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Noah Farrell, Stearns County Jail Photo
Noah Farrell, Stearns County Jail Photo
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UPDATE: Police Arrest One Suspect Involved in St. Cloud Car Vandalism

St. Cloud Police have arrested the primary suspect who allegedly damaged 10 vehicles in town. At 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, a St. Cloud Police Sergeant recognized 21-year-old Noah Farrell of St. Cloud as the suspect from the surveillance video, having recently dealt with him on an unrelated matter.

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UPDATE: Islamic Center Spokesman Responds to Vandalism [VIDEO]

There has been more vandalism at a local Islamic Center in St. Cloud. This marks the forth incident.

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Rights Group Seeks Probe Into Anti-Islam Vandalism

The Minnesota chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is asking the FBI to investigate an anti-Islamic message that was found in a St. Paul neighborhood.

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Stearns History Museum hold first cemetery crawl. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
Stearns History Museum hold first cemetery crawl. (Photo: Alex Svejkovsky, WJON News)
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Police: Two Girls Identified In Cemetery Vandalism

Police in Faribault say two girls have been identified as suspects in vandalism at a cemetery.

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Vandalized Minnesota Church Offers $1K Reward

A Mankato church is offering a $1,000 reward to try to find whoever broke stained-glass windows and damaged an elevator at the church.

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Vandals Strike Mankato Church Second Time

Vandals have struck a Mankato church for a second time. Someone threw a brick, pieces of concrete block and a rock through two stained-glass windows and two other windows at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church early Friday.

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Police Investigate Keying of a Vehicle

Someone keyed a message of hate into the side of a vehicle. The 19-year-old St. Cloud man says he has a sticker with the name of the country where he was born on the the car.

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Image Courtesy of Memorial Architects
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Letters Missing From Bridge Collapse Memorial

Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak says an act of vandalism against the new Interstate 35W bridge collapse memorial does not erase the community's compassionate response to that disaster.

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