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Thursday, May 28th, 2015
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- 10:11:02, May 27th 2015 - SmartMoney - So, when companies that sell "milk, or a TV, or whatever," also increas ... [Read More]
- 2:38:02, May 27th 2015 - sv80 - Mr. Wentworth: What would happen if I decided to drive a large-tracked caterp ... [Read More]
- 1:51:51, May 27th 2015 - Kim Wentworth - @sv80- didn't I read somewhere that we as a people came to this land ... [Read More]
- 1:43:11, May 27th 2015 - What? - "Stricter gun regulation will not stop crime, but it will reduce it" Ya, t ... [Read More]
- 10:53:16, May 27th 2015 - LOLZ - Well sv80, that's what separates the clock punchers from the people that thin ... [Read More]
- 10:50:46, May 27th 2015 - Livin' the dream - Time for all of the goldbrickers to get back to work. You know wh ... [Read More]
- 8:27:56, May 27th 2015 - sv80 - The US has the highest gun/crime rate of any highly advanced first world count ... [Read More]
- 6:25:36, May 27th 2015 - waytogo - You r so right kim. Guns don't kill people, people kill people. I sat my g ... [Read More]
- 8:54:34, May 26th 2015 - sv80 - To Hawkeye and Wentworth The fact that you resort to sarcasm, ridicule, and ... [Read More]
- 1:50:35, May 26th 2015 - Kim Wentworth - @sv80- my response to the above article pretty much addresses the iss ... [Read More]
Fri, Oct 3rd, 2003
Posted in Features
Posted in Features
Trevor Lee Morton, 30, of rural Spring Valley was released on $100,000 bail after completing a psychiatric evaluation at the St. Peter Security Hospital.
Judge Robert Benson ordered the evaluation to determine if Morton was able to participate in his own defense. Morton is charged with second degree manslaughter in the shooting death of Timothy Loeding of Rochester on August 29. The incident took place outside Mortonís home in Spring Valley Township. As part of the conditions of release, Morton must have daily contact with the Fillmore County Sheriffís Department. In addition, Morton cannot have weapons, use alcohol or drugs, and cannot have any contact with the victimís family. Mortonís next court appearance will be on Monday, October 6, when the Rule 5 hearing from September 4 will be continued. In another development, Morton has replaced his public defendor Fred Suhler, Jr. with a private attorney, Chris Ritts of Minneapolis.