The Jamestown Police Department is seeking a man wanted in connection with an armed robbery at the Jamestown Superpumper last night, according to Justin Blinsky, assistant chief of the department. At 12:31 a.m. the Stutsman County Communications Center received a 911 call from the Superpumper, he said. “A male suspect showed a weapon and demanded money,” Blinsky said. “There were no injuries but the person took money and personal property.”
A Streeter man was injured in a motorcycle accident near Medina Wednesday evening, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol. Stanley Spitzer, 68, was traveling westbound on Interstate 94 about 1 mile east of Medina when he lost control of his 2002 Harley Davidson. The motorcycle entered the median where it rolled. Spitzer was ejected from the motorcycle.
A continuance was granted Wednesday for a preliminary hearing for a Montpelier man charged with murder. Kevin Hoff, 27, is accused of murder, a Class AA felony, in the death of his ex-wife Nicole Gututala, 25, Jamestown, on May 12 in the parking lot of the apartment building in which she lived with their two children.
JAMESTOWN - An Aggregate Industries cement truck rolled into the river when the bank caved in. The truck was backing along the back of a home located on 12th Avenue Southeast when the accident occurred. Reports from the scene indicate the driver was injured and transported to Jamestown Regional Medical Center.
A report of a suspicious person resulted in the arrest of a Zap, N.D., man in Jamestown Wednesday night, according to Lt. Justin Blinsky with the Jamestown Police Department. Brian Dean Wills, 53, was apprehended without incident at an on-ramp at exit 258 on Interstate 94. He is charged with driving under the influence of drugs and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. He is being held in the Stutsman County Correctional Center pending formal charges.