The Meeker County Sheriff's Office said it received a delayed report of a motorcycle crash on Aug. 4 involving a Darwin man who suffered minor injuries and called in the accident from home. He was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The investigation into the 2018 death of Shawn Medley remains open and unsolved, and Meeker County has renewed calls for anyone with information to step forward. The medical examiner determined Medley died of an overdose, but he did not die where his body was found.
According to a news release, Katie Riehle, 41, of Darwin, was airlifted to the Hennepin County Medical Center in Minneapolis by Life Link III after falling off the tailgate of a side-by-side and hitting her head on the tailgate and the pavement.
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A 37-year-old man led Meeker County Sheriff's deputies on a pursuit Sunday in two different vehicles before being arrested while attempting to flee in a third vehicle. The incident involved a Taser and a service weapon being discharged. There were no injuries.
Authorities in Meeker County, where Shawn Medley's body was found, are still seeking answers about the circumstances surrounding his death. The following details what is known about his disappearance and the discovery of his body days later. Read more about the ongoing investigation here.
DARWIN -- David Ahlgren, 66, of rural Darwin, was killed Friday, when his all-terrain vehicle rolled after one of the vehicle's wheels dropped in a washout, pinning Ahlgren underneath, according to the preliminary investigation by the Meeker Coun...
LITCHFIELD -- The Meeker County Sheriff's Office has located and made contact with John Rassat, who was announced missing Saturday afternoon. The news release on Monday said Rassat is safe and the missing status has been removed. The Sheriff's Of...