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08/01/2017

THREE FAIRMONT PEOPLE FACE FELONY BURGLARY CHARGES FOR ALLEGEDLY TAKING ITEMS FROM A FAIRMONT HOME WHILE THE OCCUPANT WAS IN THE PROCESS OF MOVING FROM THE RESIDENCE AND LEAVING THE NEIGHBORHOOD IN THE 700 BLOCK OF NORTH NORTH AVENUE.

ACCORDING TO THE CRIMINAL COMPLAINT 47 YEAR OLD JOHN KUPERUS, 28 YEAR OLD NATHAN GENE PITCHER AND 18 YEAR OLD COURTNEY KUPERUS FACE CHARGES OF 2ND DEGREE BURGLARY CARRYING A MAX PENALTY IF CONVICTED OF 10 YEARS IN JAIL /20,000 DOLLAR FINE IF CONVICTED. NATHAN PITCHER ALSO FACES A MISDEMEANOR CHARGE OF 4TH DEGREE INTENTIONAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY FOR ALLEGEDLY BREAKING A WINDOW IN A DOOR TO GAIN ENTRY TO THE PROPERTY.

A 38 YEAR OLD MANKATO WOMAN - TIFFANY CHARLOTTE MILLER - FACES THREE FELONY COUNTS IN MARTIN COUNTY FOR ALLEGEDLY PURCHASING JEWELRY WITH DISHONORED AND INSUFFICIENT FUND CHECKS FROM A FAIRMONT BUSINESS. ACCORDING TO CRIMINAL COMPLAINT, MILLER FACES TWO FELONY COUNTS OF THEFT PLUS A FELONY COUNT ISSUING A DISHONORED CHECK - ALL CARRYING MAX PENALTIES IF CONVICTED OF 5 YEARS JAIL TIME / 10,000 DOLLAR FINES OR BOTH ACCORDING TO THE POLICE REPORT.



ROD HALVORSEN
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