Sheriff's Report The Beltrami County Sheriff's Office responded to the following calls Tuesday: Accident 8:00 a.m. A two vehicle accident was reported on Division Street W. Violation 1:52 p.m. A 47-year-old man was arrested for violating a no contact order on the 5000 block of Kappes Lane SE in Cass Lake. Traffic 2:26 a.m. A 25-year-old man was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and warned for a headlight out on Roosevelt Road SE and Doberman Court SE.
Mary Mitchell, manager of the Bemidji Food Shelf, recently presented a program to the Bemidji Lions meeting highlighting the operation of the Bemidji Community Food Shelf and their needs. Pictured is Lion President Steve Caron presenting a $400 donation check to Mitchell to help with Bemidji Community Food Shelf.
BEMIDJI -- More details were released Tuesday on Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's trip to Bemidji to celebrate the state's deer opener in November. The 12th Annual Governor's Deer Hunting Opener will start on Nov. 6 in Bemidji, when Dayton will host community activities to bring attention to a pursuit that has nearly 500,000 Minnesota participants and contributes nearly $500 million to the state's economy, according to a release from the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association. Minnesota's general firearm deer season opens Nov. 8. This year's event, a "Welcome to Camp" banquet will be Nov.
WALKER -- A Walker man was sentenced Monday in Cass County court to eight years in prison for third-degree sexual conduct. Darren Joseph Sayers, 45, plead guilty to one count of third-degree criminal sexual conduct on April 21. The complaint filed by the Cass County Attorney's Office alleged Sayers had engaged in sexual intersourse with a female who was physically helpless on Sept. 1. Sayers will be on conditional release for 10 years after his release and must register as a predatory offender and provide a DNA sample to law enforcement.
BELTRAMI COUNTY -- The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled on two Beltrami County District Court appeals on Monday. Johnson Dean TeJohn, 27, of Cass Lake, challenged the court’s decision on his conviction of felony domestic assault and second-degree DWI from incidents that occurred in 2012.