Crime
Thanks to the accurate reporting by burglary and theft victims in the Isanti area, along with police communications, authorities caught up with their suspect about 3 1/2 hours away. Jason Lee Isum, 37, of Cedar, Minnesota, was charged with five felony counts Jan. 23 before Judge James Dehn in Isanti...Read More
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A Grantsburg, Wisconsin, man, who had an active warrant for his arrest, has been charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors following a late-night chase in Braham through woods and swamps. Kenneth Alan Erickson, 39, was charged before Judge Amy Brosnahan in Isanti County District Court Jan. 15 w...Read More
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The holiday season is a time for giving. Investigator Rob Bowker and Chief Deputy Chris Caulk of Isanti County Sheriff’s Office explained that for others, it is a time of stealing. While working with the Drug Task Force, Bowker saw that the amount of theft related arrests in the area decreased aft...Read More
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Three individuals were formally charged Dec. 17 in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge following an armed robbery attempt at Subway in Cambridge the morning of Monday, Dec. 15. The quick action of employees and a witness, coupled with quick responding dispatchers and officers, resulted in the ...Read More
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Cambridge Primary School Principal Chris Grote has been put on paid administrative leave effective Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 30. Grote was formally charged Tuesday in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge with with two counts of gross misdemeanor stalking and misdemeanors of disorderly conduct a...Read More
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Cambridge Primary School Principal Christopher Allen Grote, 47, of East Bethel, has been charged with stalking and other offenses stemming from an incident over the weekend. Grote made his first appearance in Isanti County District Court in Cambridge Sept. 30 where he was formally charged before Jud...Read More
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