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Missing Mahnomen man found alive

A Mahnomen, Minn., man who went missing yesterday morning was located by evening, bloodied but alive. The Mahnomen County Sheriff's Office reports that Kevin Bruce Jackson was reported missing after he did not return home Wednesday morning and hi...

A Mahnomen, Minn., man who went missing yesterday morning was located by evening, bloodied but alive.

The Mahnomen County Sheriff's Office reports that Kevin Bruce Jackson was reported missing after he did not return home Wednesday morning and his wallet and shoes were found near the bank of the Wild Rice River in Mahnomen.

Jackson was found after 8 p.m., bloodied and downstream of the area where his belongings were left.

An ambulance transported Jackson to the Mahnomen County Health Center.

The search for Jackson involved the Mahnomen County Sheriff's Office, White Earth Tribal Police Department and conservation officers from the Department of Natural Resources, with assistance from the Clay County Sheriff's Office, Valley Water Rescue, the Minnesota State Patrol.

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