Officials at the Oakdale school are forbidding Mike Stone, an 18-year-old senior, from bringing the women to the May 12 prom. So Stone said he will have an alternative party, a "porn prom," the same time as the conventional prom. Whatever happens, Stone has created a whirlwind of gossip at school -- and online.
Over five months, the dog traveled 150 miles and survived wintry Minnesota weather. Covered with wounds and starved enough to lose one-quarter of his body weight, he is believed to have escaped from dog-nappers. And like a celluloid hero, he came through it all with his tail wagging.
The evening an Oakdale, Minn., woman was discovered brutally stabbed to death in her apartment last month, a Minneapolis police officer found two people having sex in her car, which had gone missing and also had blood in it, according to a search warrant.
Minneapolis police and state agents officials arrested Thomas James Fox about 2:30 p.m. Thursday during a traffic stop near 10th and LaSalle Avenue. He was held on a state warrant for absconding from a halfway house while on work release, said Michelle Stark, spokeswoman for Oakdale police.
Baker was found Wednesday morning on her bedroom floor in the 6200 block of 12th Street N. in Oakdale. She had been stabbed several times and was dead at the scene.
A Vadnais Heights man faces felony charges for allegedly possessing hundreds of child pornography photos and videos. The Washington County Sheriff's Office launched an investigation after receiving a tip from the Minneapolis Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that a number of images portraying child sex abuse had been tracked to a home in Oakdale.
Minnesota's corrections commissioner defended his decision to parole a prisoner who served 29 years for killing an Oakdale police officer, telling lawmakers today he's bound by the laws that were in place when the murderer was sentenced.
Timothy Eling, 63, was notified this week that his life sentence for the 1982 killing of Oakdale, Minn., police officer Richard Walton has ended after 29 years. The extraordinary parole decision follows months of review at the department's highest levels and reflects the belief of Corrections Commissioner Tom Roy that some violent criminals have the capacity to redeem themselves through their actions in prison.
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