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Crash Fatality, Bomb Threat Suspect Charged, Triple Burglary: County Public Safety Roundup

Here's a weekly listing of crime incidents and police and fire related calls in Washington County.

The following is a collection of articles that appeared on Stillwater PatchWoodbury Patch and Oakdale Patch the week of July 30 through Aug. 4. Click on the headline to read the full article.

Oakdale

Matthew Allen Klemmer, 45, of St. Paul, is being charged in Washington County District Court for making terroristic threats with explosives after he threatened he had bombs at an Oakdale bank on July 25.

J'Marlon D'Anthony George, 21, of Oakdale is being charged with domestic assault by strangulation in Washington County District Court.

Scott Joseph Novick, 27, was charged with second-degree arson in Washington County District Court for allegedly burning his GMC Yukon in Sept. 2011.

Eric Martinez, 37, was charged last week with felony-level robbery after an incident in May.

A report of some of the incidents responded to by the Oakdale Fire Department.

Jail bookings information from July 24 to July 28 provided by the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.

A report of some of the incidents responded to by the Oakdale Fire Department.

Woodbury

Woodbury police have arrested him three times in the past year.

The most popular regular feature on Woodbury Patch. (And for good reason.)

Stillwater

Alexander James Roush, 21, was transported to Detox early Tuesday morning after he allegedly threw road signs and sandbags into the middle of Main Street and vandalized his former boss' car.

The Washington County Sheriff's Office has identified the Oak Park Heights man involved in a fatal crash in Lake Elmo Wednesday morning. Details of the crash remain under investigation.

Authorities are reporting that one New Richmond teen died in a crash Monday afternoon just east of Hudson on Interstate 94 and another died later at Regions Hospital. Two other New Richmond teens also were injured in the crash, one seriously.

 

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