Archived Story

Burglar duo rearrested

Published 10:50am Tuesday, December 28, 2010

The two people who were allegedly caught in the act of burglarizing a home near Elizabeth on Friday were taken back to jail on Monday, after the county attorney’s office issued a warrant for their arrests.

Joel James McManigle, 22, of rural Vergas, and Deanna Louise Nelson, 40, of rural Pelican Rapids, were released from jail over the weekend after it was ruled that there was not enough probable cause in an incident report to keep them in jail. The county attorney’s office was closed on Friday, so formal charges could not be filed until Monday.

The two are now back in jail on a charge of first degree burglary.

Tags: ,

Editor's Picks

Landfill fee to start for non-FF residents

Non-Fergus Falls residents looking to get rid of tree waste at the Fergus Falls landfill will have to pay for it on an interim basis ... Read more

State’s first handicapped canoe dock in FF park

Through the cooperative efforts of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Department and the City of Fergus Falls, Veterans Park has a new ADA Canoe/Kayak ... Read more

Attempted robbery report was false [UPDATED]

The report of two men trying to rob a 15-year-old boy Sunday night in an alley on Lincoln Avenue was not true, according to Fergus ... Read more