"Where Fillmore County News Comes First"
Wednesday, June 19th, 2013
Volume ∞ Issue ∞
- 8:58:04, Jun 18th 2013 - cabraden1 - I salute you Colonel Overland. Your were my c.o. at Rockville Naval Air ... [Read More]
- 7:10:46, Jun 13th 2013 - chipperlee - Seems to be a well written article, except maybe Silica Sand is used in ... [Read More]
- 12:02:15, Jun 9th 2013 - getthefacts - The problem here lies in the fact that girls were repeatedly told "if y ... [Read More]
- 10:45:32, Jun 7th 2013 - Jo mom for 6yrs - Mr. Ehler hit the nail on the head. I agree with the religious con ... [Read More]
- 2:47:58, Jun 7th 2013 - hello - Hello, it's time you wake up. There isn't a community nearby that doesn't offe ... [Read More]
- 9:06:21, Jun 6th 2013 - hello - Hello, it's time you wake up. There isn't a community nearby that doesn't offe ... [Read More]
- 2:05:29, Jun 6th 2013 - Kim Wentworth - The number one rule in a debate: 1) if the person from the opposite si ... [Read More]
- 12:42:18, Jun 4th 2013 - EW - For someone that is always spouting religious rhetoric, you try to come off as a ... [Read More]
- 11:32:18, May 31st 2013 - JO PLAYER - This is unfair to us girls. Morrie Miller is not getting canceled but J ... [Read More]
- 8:25:34, May 29th 2013 - RP - Why is Mr. Ehler involving himself with non-school activities? Is he going after ... [Read More]
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Mon, May 16th, 2011
Posted in Court
Posted in Court
Jaremy Kent Volkman, a 37-year old white male from Harmony, Minnesota, appeared before Judge Robert R. Benson in District Court Monday, May 2, 2011, facing four counts of assault and one count of terroristic threats. If convicted on all five counts, Volkman could face a maximum penalty of 17 years in prison, 180 days in jail, and fines totaling up to $36,000. On April 14, 2011, Fillmore County Sheriff's Deputy Lt. Tony Webber responded to a call from a resident in Fillmore County who reported an assault. Upon arrival, Webber observed the caller had blood on his face, a black and blue lump below his right eye and cuts to the top of his head. The victim alleged that Mr. Volkman had come to his house requesting gasoline for his vehicle, and the assault took place when they went to get the gasoline. During the assault the defendant allegedly made threats to the life of the victim as well. When questioned about this accusation, the defendant told Webber he had not been anywhere near this person and that he was driving a dump truck to LeRoy at the time of the alleged attack. Judge Benson set unconditional bail, which was posted, at $12,000. Volkman's next court appearance has been set for May 16, 2011.