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Cordney Holmes -- Stearns County Jail Photo
Cordney Holmes -- Stearns County Jail Photo
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Press Bar Shooter Pleads Guilty

A Mississippi man accused of shooting a Press Bar employee has pleaded guilty to one count of second degree attempted murder. Cordney Holmes entered the plea in Stearns County District Court Wednesday.

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Phone Scam Involving The St. Cloud Police Departments Phone Number Resurfaces

A phone scam involving the St. Cloud police departments phone number continues to resurface. Back in April, police received several complaints the scammer calling is saying they are a member of the police department and the caller ID shows the 320-251-1200 phone number.

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Police: Mass Phone Alert Was to Inform Public About Missing Child

Many people were confused after receiving a call from St. Cloud Police early on Friday morning. Police say this was due to a mass notification system they used to inform the public about missing 6-year-old Hamza Elmi.

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Hanza Elmi (Photo from St. Cloud Police)
Hanza Elmi (Photo from St. Cloud Police)
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UPDATE: Search for Boy Called Off After Body Pulled From River

St. Cloud Police are looking for a missing 6-year-old Somali boy. Hamza Elmi has down syndrome and is not verbal. He was last seen in the 300 block of 8th Avenue North at 8:40 p.m. on Thursday night.

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Tri-County Humane Society Volunteer has Bike Stolen During Shift

A Tri-County Humane Society volunteer had their bicycle stolen during their shift on Thursday afternoon. The humane society says on their Facebook page that the bike was taken between 2:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the shelter at 735 8th Street Northeast. The bicycle is the volunteers main mode of transportation.

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Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
Steven Sohlstrom, FlightFlash.com
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St. Cloud Police Looking For Suspect Involved in Burglary on South Side

St. Cloud Police are looking for a suspect who was involved in a burglary on Saturday. Police say the incident happened just after 5:30 a.m. in the 500 Block of 6th Avenue South. Five men inside the home were sleeping when two unknown males entered by forcing open the lock on an exterior door.

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Opie-Photo from St. Cloud Police
Opie-Photo from St. Cloud Police
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UPDATE: Missing Emotional Service Dog Found

A missing emotional support service dog has been found. St. Cloud police say the dog named "Opie" was found by his owners around midnight last (Monday) night in the backyard of a home near 16th Avenue/4th Street North, with the lawn chair still attached to his leash.

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Opie-Photo from St. Cloud Police
Opie-Photo from St. Cloud Police
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St. Cloud Police Need Help Finding Missing Support Dog

St. Cloud Police are asking for help finding a missing emotional support service dog. "Opie" was last seen at 3:00 a.m. this morning near the 400 block of 14th Street North. He's a white dog, wearing a blue collar with a camo tag that has his name on it.

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Stearns County Jail photo
Stearns County Jail photo
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Man Charged With Child Porn Possesion After Leaving Flash Drive at St. Cloud Library

A Monticello man has been charged with four counts of possessing child pornography after leaving a flash drive at the St. Cloud Library that had pornographic images and his resume on it. According to the criminal complaint, a library supervisor called police in November after finding the images while cleaning information from the flash drive from the lost and found bin.

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St. Cloud Technical and Community College, Facebook
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SCTCC Looking For Stolen Fire Training Truck

A fire training truck owned by the St. Cloud Technical and Community College was stolen on Monday morning. The college safety and security office says the truck was taken just after 5:15 a.m. at Customized Training Solutions at 1586 Whitney Court. The vehicle is a red Ford F-250 fire training truck.

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