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

 

 

SHOOTING ARREST -- Police have arrested three people in a car that fled from where gunshots were heard. One of them -- 19-year-old Rauch Chuol of St. Cloud -- arrested in connection with a shooting on Thanksgiving that sent a 19-year-old to the hospital with a gunshot wound.

MORE: http://wjon.com/update-police-arrest-suspect-in-st-cloud-shooting/

 

9TH AVENUE NORTH SHOOTING -- Police are still searching for the shooter and three other men who went to a 50-year-old man's home in the 400 block of 9th Avenue North in St. Cloud and shot him in the back.

MORE: http://wjon.com/man-shot-in-north-st-cloud/

 

THANKSGIVING ATTACK -- Significant facial wounds for a 21-year-old man, attacked in Waite Park early Thanksgiving morning. Jumped and assaulted from behind by two men.

MORE: http://wjon.com/waite-park-thanksgiving-assault-leaves-one-in-hospital/

 

ARSON -- Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy, accused of setting a garage fire at the Wyndemere Apartments on West St. Germain Saturday night. No one was hurt, but three garages sustained $130,000 damage.

MORE: http://wjon.com/15-year-old-boy-arrested-in-st-cloud-arson/

 
CHASE SENTENCE -- A 44-year-old St. Cloud man who pleaded guilty to leading police on a high-speed chase in Princeton last winter sentenced to a year in prison. But Joseph Ever won't have to serve that time as long as he follows his probation.

MORE: http://wjon.com/st-cloud-man-has-fleeing-sentence-stayed/

 

BALLOON THEFTS -- Thieves stole over $10,000 in equipment from parked trailers for the Freedom Flight POW/MIA hot air balloon project. Stolen -- two inflator fans and a set of burners. Without that equipment, the balloons are grounded.

MORE: http://wjon.com/thieves-steal-10k-in-equipment-from-freedom-flight-trailers/

 
BICYCLIST HIT -- A Monticello High School student in her vehicle hit another student on his bike Monday morning. The biker, taken to North Memorial. NON life-threatening injuries.

MORE: http://wjon.com/bicyclist-struck-by-vehicle-in-monticello/

 
CHRISTMAS TREES -- Despite national reports warning of a Christmas tree shortage, local farmers say Christmas trees are plentiful here. Shortages are happening in the Pacific Northwest where trees weren't replanted during the recession.

MORE: http://wjon.com/is-there-really-a-christmas-tree-shortage-this-year/

 

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