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Sentinel Tribune Wednesday, January 1, 2003 Armed robbery Minnwest MV Bank- City of Belview On Monday, December 23, at approximately 10:09 a.m. the Redwood County Sheriff's Office received the report of a hold-up at the Minnwest Bank MV in the city of Belview. After receiv- ing initial information, respond- ing law enforcement units met a vehicle matching the suspect vehicle's description. ARer stop- ping the vehicle, the driver sur- rendered to law enforcement. A passenger did not comply with law enforcement's commands and fled from the scene in the vehicle. A short vehicle pursuit ensued and a Minnesota State trooper applied a Pursuit Intervention Technique (PIT), which resulted in the vehicle being forced from the roadway. The suspect then attempted to flee on foot and was subsequent- ly apprehended approximately five miles west of Redwood Falls. Both individuals are being held in the Redwood County jail pending formal charges. In the armed robbery, a hand- gun was displayed and a large amount of cash was taken. A State Patrol squad car was dam- aged. No civilians or law enforcement officials, nor the suspects, were injured in this incident. Assisting the Redwood County Sheriff's Office were the Minnesota State Patrol and the FBI, Mankato. On Tuesday morning, December 24, in Redwood County District Court, Dylan J. Boots, age 32, of Minneapolis, was charged with aiding and abetting first degree aggravated robbery, and Guy Marshall Tarrents, age 38, of Minneapolis, was charged with first degree aggravated robbery and fleeing a peace officer Jn a motor vehicle. Bail for both indi- viduals was set at $500,000, with the next appearance on Monday, December 30. Great day for walking... WALNUT GROVE -- Last Saturday the temperature soared to near fifty bringing out several walkers in the according to the weather forecast this week will bring normal temperatures to the area. The good news is the next ,three months will be warmer than normal. o It may take two to tango, but we know we couldn't have made it without the help of many people like you. Best wishes and heartfelt thanks. r' INTEGRI / (507) 859-2151 631 Main Street Walnut Grove, MN 56180 Holiday Hours: Closing Tuesday, December 31 at 2 p.m. Member FDIC K * Area News Briefs Fulda -- The Fulda High School Marching Band' eling to Traverse City, MI, next July to compete : Cherry Festival Parade. Traverse City bills Capitol of the World. There are thousands cherry and cranberry fields and it is one of the regions in the upper midwest. Lamberton -- It began 50 years ago and has bee' weekly basis every week since., that's a minimum cleanings. Last week the board of Redwood Mutual Ins. Co. presented Gladys Darkow with a her honor and loyalty for keeping the firm's still doing an excellent job and the firm wanted to J appreciation. Slayton -- The Murray County Memorial Directors and Avera McKennan Hospital and Center, Sioux Falls, have agreed on terms for the Health Care Today Clinic, owned by Murray County Memorial Hospital effective Dec. will stabilize the financially viable. Traey -- Craig Bakke, 34, and John Van Overbeke, Minneota, were rescued after falling into the water' Yankton in Balaton late Sunday night. One was Tracy and then airliRed to Sioux Falls. The other directly to Sioux Falls. One of the rescuers who was cold-water rescue suit also had to be pulled from the section of ice he was standing on broke off and toward shore. Windom m New Year's Eve will get a bit of a new t year with a small group that offers a safe and sober: The Safe & Sober Designated Driver Service Danny Wendt, and wife Heidi, and Heidi's sister, Carroll. The new service is a lot like cab service