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Two Pick-Ups Crash On Icy Roads In Todd County

Two pick-ups collided on an icy road in Todd County. The Sheriff's Department says the incident happened just before 5:00 p.m. yesterday (Monday) near the intersection of Sunrise Lane and Timber Line Road near Motley.

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Trailer Stolen From Browerville Business

Someone drove off with a trailer in Browerville. The Todd County Sheriff's Department says Mel's Auto Body on main street reported the theft of a 20-foot tandem axle tilt bed trailer yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon at 2:00 p.m.

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Single Car Crash Causes Property Damage in Todd County

The Todd County Sheriff's Office responded to a call of property damage after a car slid off the road.

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One Dead After Two Car Crash in Todd County

The Todd County Sheriff's Department was called to a two car crash at the intersection of 400th Street and Norris Road just after 2:00 p.m. this afternoon (Monday).

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Two Hurt in Todd County Rollover

Two Long Prairie men were taken to the hospital after a rollover crash early Thanksgiving morning.

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Update: Todd County Sheriff Releases Names Of Men Involved In Deadly Rollover

The Todd County Sheriff's Department has released the names of the men involved in a deadly crash on Friday night. Thirty-two-year-old David Kobliska of rural Staples was driving. He was ejected from the vehicle and died at the scene.

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Mail Scam Claims $2,000 From Grey Eagle Resident

The Todd County Sheriff's Office is warning you of a mail scam. A Grey Eagle women called the Todd County Sheriff's Office saying she received a letter saying she was the winner of a large amount of money.

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Todd County Man Shot In The Leg By Deer Hunters

A Todd County man was shot in the leg by a hunter on Sunday afternoon. The Sheriff's Department says Bruce Barthel of rural Burtrum was in his yard by his garage when a group of deer hunters were making a drive and shot at a deer.

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Todd County Sheriff Investigating Explosive Device Left In Mailbox

The Todd County Sheriff's Department is looking for information on a homemade explosive device left in a mailbox.

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UPDATE: Sauk Rapids Man In Stable Condition After Getting Shot While Hunting

A Sauk Rapids man is in stable condition today (Monday) after getting shot in the chest while hunting in Todd County on Saturday.

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