THE FLENSBURGER FILES Never buy a combi-lock! Always use one with a key!
Normally, I do not advocate for things on this column for reasons that I usually keep my thoughts and stories as neutral and interesting as possible. But this column should force many of us ... Posted on 3/20/12 at 5:30 AM
His owner didn’t fully wake up until the next morning when she came into her kitchen to find a wet floor. Agnes Larson said she blamed Clancy not realizing it was from the burglar's boots. “But then I found this crowbar laying there and the deck door ajar.”
Waking to the sound of creaking floorboards made by a burglar early Thursday in his north Grand Forks home, Greg Kaml grabbed the revolver he keeps for such a time. He confronted the stranger, who packed a pistol, hit him over the head with the gun butt, chased him outside and shot twice as the man ran away.
Authorities say a 28-year-old man accused of burglarizing a rural Clay County farmhouse hit the jackpot: a money bag with as much as $20,000 in cash that the farmer had on hand from the recent sale of a motorcycle.
Tyson Gierszewski, 22, earlier pleaded guilty to theft and burglary charges after police found more than 70 stolen items in his parents’ home. He had hit more than 20 homes or vehicles in the seven months before he was caught. His attorney says he “felt bad about it,” explaining why he never sold the items.
The Polk County Sheriff’s Office has arrested a man and woman in connection with daytime burglaries that occurred Monday near Fosston, Minn. Officials are not releasing names until the two are formally charged as the investigation is still ongoing.
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