Here's a WJON FlashBriefing for March 27, 2017.

 

 

MISSING MAN -- Police want to talk to the driver of a car in the area where 21-year-old Jesse Dady was last seen. Surveillance video shows the car near the Empire Apartments in downtown St. Cloud early Saturday morning. Meanwhile, a bloodhound tracked Dady's scent to the riverbank. So local authorities are getting help from some sonar equipment from Hennepin County to help search the Mississippi.

MORE: http://wjon.com/authorities-to-resume-river-search-for-missing-st-cloud-man/

 

FORCED SEX -- A guilty plea instead of a scheduled sex crimes trial. 22-year-old Mohamed Abdirahman Salah, pleading guilty to second-degree criminal sexual conduct in trying to force sex on a 14-year-old girl. Sentencing next month.

MORE: http://wjon.com/st-cloud-man-to-be-sentenced-for-trying-to-force-sex-on-girl/

 

WETTERLING FILES -- The massive job of sifting through the Jacob Wetterling files is almost done and the Wetterling file could be released the public in the next month or two. The final price tag for redacting and copying thousands of pages of statements, tips and interview transcripts could reach $200,000.

MORE: http://wjon.com/wetterling-abduction-file-could-be-made-public-soon/

 

SILVER CUP -- AND the Granite City Lumberjacks beat New Ulm over the weekend to advance to the Silver Cup playoffs this week in Romeoville, Illinois, just south of Chicago. They'll play against teams from Michigan, St. Louis and Atlanta.

MORE: http://wjon.com/granite-city-lumberjacks-advance-to-silver-cup/