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Stearns County Sheriff: Burglaries, Vandalism, and Theft
Several break-ins and vandalism complaints
have been received from a storage area in the 32000 block of 50th Ave in
Le Sauk Twp. Unknown persons have entered and outbuilding on the property
around April 11th and vandalized a car.
The same building was entered around April 23, and again the car was
vandalized, but this time more extensive damage was done, and 15hp Johnson
outboard was stolen.
On April 29th, a snowmobile was stolen from the same property. The stolen
snowmobile is a green 2000 Arctic Cat ZL 600, registration CP9050.
Stearns County Sheriff: Hit and Run
On 5/1/2005, a hit and run motor vehicle accident was reported on 4th
Street North in Greenwald. Time was about 11pm. The striking vehicle
which left the scene is a 995-1998 Chevrolet Silverado pickup, white or
light colored, and will have major damage to the passenger side front.
St. Cloud Police: School Burglary
On 4/29/05 it 0303 hours the St. Cloud Police Department was dispatched to
the St. Cloud Technical College, located at 1540 Northway Drive for a
Investigation revealed that unknown persons entered the building possibly
through an unlatched door on the Southside of the building. This door was
later left propped open.
Two 20 inch television monitors, which had been mounted on the wall, were
There were six maintenance employees in the building at the time of the
burglary; however, there are no witnesses.
St. Cloud Police: Theft
At approximately 1442 hours on 05/01/05 a female called to state that she
was in a foot pursuit of a male involved in a robbery. The incident
occurred in the 2000 block of 14th Street North.
Investigation revealed a black male had come to the homeowner's residence
asking for assistance because he was stranded in the St. Cloud area. The
male was allowed into the residence. When the homeowner left the room, the
male removed cash from her purse and left the residence.
The male was described as being black, approximately 518, 140-160 pounds,
and in his twenties. The suspect has not been located at this time.
Waite Park Police: Felony Theft and
Possession of Burglary Tools
On 4/6/05, Space Alien's, at 700 2nd Street South, Waite Park, MN,
reported that unknown suspect(s) had successfully opened a token dispenser
inside their game room and removed an undetermined amount of cash. Review
of the restaurant's surveillance video showed at least three people
involved, 2 males and 1 female. There was no visible damage to the token
dispenser indicatil1g that a key had been used.
On the evening of 4/26/05, Space Alien's reported that two of the three
suspects were back at their restaurant. Officers of the Waite Park Police
Department responded and their investigation determined that the two were
involved in the theft on 4/6/05. Both suspects were arrested. They are
Alvin Allen Madison, 1/25/73
Catherine Ann Nordin, 12/15/71
Both have an address of 2253 Skillman Ave, #15, North St. Paul, MN.
Upon taking the suspects into custody, Madison was found to be in
possession of various lock-pick tools, including a lock-pick device
capable of opening the token dispenser. A search warrant was executed on a
vehicle owned by Nordin. As a result of the warrant a large amount of
change and one dollar bills was recovered. The cash and change is
consistent to what would be found in a vending machine.
Also found in the vehicle were several lock-pick tools and devices.
350-400 keys were also found, including entire sets of keys to apartment
buildings, office buildings, and one set marked as belonging to a fire
department. Many of the keys are security keys of the "do not duplicate"
variety, and many of the keys are not available to the general public.
There are several tubular keys similar to those found on vending machines.
It is believed that one or both of these suspects may be involved in
burglaries throughout Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin.
Anyone with knowledge of this or any similar crime, please contact the
Waite Park Police Department at 320-251-3281 or Tri-County Crime Stoppers.
If you have experienced a loss due to a similar theft, that information
would be valuable to their investigation as well.