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Police car chase near Rushford


Tue, Sep 13th, 2011
Posted in Police Reports

Preston/Lanesboro Police Chief Matt Schultz and Fillmore County Deputy John DeGeorge were called to a scene in Rushford for a domestic assault incident on Monday, September 12. Suspect Kyle Gilow, age 21 of Winona, fled from Rushford Police Chief Sam Stensgard in his vehicle. At that point, DeGeorge got into his vehicle and began pursuing Gilow.

According to DeGeorge, the chase reached high speeds at some points, and went through Rushford into Winona County. One of the squad cars pursuing him became disabled and they lost site of him for a short time.

A state patrol helicopter located the suspect's car in a cornfield, and a search turned up nothing. He had fled on foot, and ended up in Winona County, where he turned himself in.

DeGeorge said Gilow is currently at the Mower County Jail in Austin, as there was also a warrant out for his arrest for burglary in Mower County. He will face charges of fleeing a peace officer, a felony, along with domestic abuse charges, and possible charges in Winona County as well.




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Make Room for "Move Over" Enforcement, Aug. 31

Wed, Aug 31st, 2011
Posted in Police Reports



ST. PAUL - Statewide law enforcement agencies will increase enforcement of the Ted Foss Move Over law, Aug. 31, to educate motorists that emergency responders need room on the road to conduct their work safely. The Minnesota Department of Pub ..... 
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FIRST WEEKEND OF DWI ENFORCEMENT: AT LEAST 232 ARRESTED

Fri, Aug 26th, 2011
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FIRST WEEKEND OF DWI ENFORCEMENT: AT LEAST 232 ARRESTED

ST. PAUL - At least 232 motorists were arrested for DWI, Aug. 19-21, the first weekend of a statewide crackdown running through Labor Day, according to preliminary reports from the Minnes ..... 
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Speed campaign catches many drivers driving at high speeds

Wed, Aug 10th, 2011
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STATEWIDE SPEED ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN CITES 21 MOTORISTS IN EXCESS OF 100 MILES PER HOUR

Added Speed Patrols Continue through September

ST. PAUL - The Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety today announced 2 ..... 
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MINNESOTA HITS 100 ROAD DEATHS FOR THE YEAR Nine Deaths in the Last Week Pushes State Over Milestone

Wed, May 25th, 2011
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ST. PAUL - More than 100 people have been killed in traffic crashes on Minnesota roads so far in 2011. The preliminary count of 102 is 23 percent below the pace of 2010, according to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) Of ..... 
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From byway to highway, wearing seatbelts is a law of the roadway!

Tue, May 24th, 2011
Posted in Police Reports

LANESBORO - To prevent the traffic fatalities and serious injuries associated with unbelted nighttime, teen, and rural drivers, southeastern Minnesota community members and traffic professionals are rallying to support Click It or Ticket efforts. Be ..... 
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3 busted in meth lab operation, 1 unregistered sex offender

Sat, Feb 12th, 2011
Posted in Police Reports

In what appears to be somewhat of a failed sex offender registry tracking system from one state to another, the pursuit of Scott Sorenson resulted in the discovery of a methamphetamine laboratory in Amherst Township. This discovery led to the arrest ..... 
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DPS PROJECTS 2010 MINNESOTA TRAFFIC DEATHS TO MATCH 2009 - LOWEST SINCE 1944

Fri, Jan 7th, 2011
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ST. PAUL - At least 410 people were killed on Minnesota roads in 2010, according to preliminary records from the state Department of Public Safety (DPS) Office of Traffic Safety. DPS projects the final 2010 count to close around the ..... 
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INCREASED DWI PATROLS ON NEW YEAR'S EVE CAP MONTH-LONG CAMPAIGN

Wed, Dec 29th, 2010
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ST. PAUL - As the ball drops on 2010, a statewide DWI enforcement campaign will drop the hammer on impaired drivers during New Year's Eve celebrations. Minnesota Department of Public Safety (DPS) officials encourage motorists to celebrate saf ..... 
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