Man Gets 90 Days for Illicit Recording of Newlyweds: South Metro Crime Roundup

Here's a look at the crime headlines from the past week in the south metro.

The following stories first appeared during the past week on Patch sites in Dakota, Rice and Scott counties. To read the full articles, click on the headline links.

Apple Valley-Rosemount

Apple Valley Man Charged Again with Robbery

Abdoul Said Kone, already facing robbery charges in Dakota County, has now been charged in Hennepin County with stealing a man's cell phone and baseball cap.


Burnsville Man Gets 90 Days for Illicit Recording of Newlyweds

On Monday, Jeremiah Caleb Marg, 29, pleaded guilty to surreptitiously slipping a recording device into a newlywed couple's hotel room while they were having sex.

Police say Carlette Denise Daniel used a credit card left behind by a Burnsville Center shopper and racked up almost $9,000 in fraudulent charges.


Dakota Among 'Dangerous DWI Counties' According to Minn. Department of Public Safety

Extra DWI patrols will continue in the 13 counties through September 2013, as part of a 12-month, federally funded enforcement program.

Bloomington Burglar Arrested Again in Eagan

Andrew James Remer, 26, attempted to burglarize a storage unit in Eagan, police say.


Lakeville Police Help County Probation Officer in Arrest

During every school year, one of our Lakeville School Resource Officers will organize a career day for Lakeville High School students at the Police Department.


MAP: Vandalism in Northfield (Oct. 17-Nov. 18)

Here's a visual look back at the last month's reports of vandalism/property damage to Northfield Police.

Northfield Hospital Anesthetist Charged with Stealing Narcotics

Police say Craig Robert Hall regularly stole powerful narcotics from Northfield Hospital and ingested the medications through his nose.


Shakopee Man Sentenced for Criminal Sexual Conduct with Victims Under 16

Raul Rubio Mascorro was sentenced to 144 months in prison for two felony charges.


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