Chisholm man gets 8 months for killing girlfriend’s dog
HIBBING, Minn. – A Chisholm man has been sentenced to eight months in jail for stabbing his girlfriend’s dog to death. The Hibbing Daily Tribune reported that 31-year-old Sethe H.J. Morey appeared before St. Louis County Judge David Ackerson on Thursday. Morey pleaded guilty to a felony animal cruelty charge in April. Morey was arrested in February. He told Chisholm police the large pit bull attacked him and bit him on the hand. However, the only mark on him was a cut on his left thumb. According to court records, he acknowledged he’d been drinking but refused to say if he was under the influence of methamphetamine. Witnesses told officers the dog was not a danger to anyone, and that they suspected Morey was drunk and high on meth.
Sebeka woman crashes, dies in high-speed police chase
A 19-year-old Sebeka woman was killed in a rollover crash while fleeing police in Hubbard County on Friday afternoon.
Hailey D. Bergstrom was traveling east on Hwy. 200 at speeds reaching 100 miles per hour when she lost control and her car entered a ditch, according to the Minnesota State Patrol.
Bergstrom’s 2004 Ford Taurus rolled multiple times, ejecting her from the car. She was not wearing her seat belt and air bags didn’t deploy, authorities said. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Bergstrom was fleeing officers from the Hubbard County Sheriff’s Office during the crash near LaPorte, authorities said. The State Patrol is investigating.