• Gross misdemeanor home assault-subsequent violation and interrupting emergency name/communications prices had been filed Aug. 16 towards Nicolas D. Safford, 36, 613 sixth St. N., New Ulm. Unconditional bail was set at $10,000. A listening to was set for two:15 p.m., Aug. 30.
In keeping with the criticism, New Ulm Police Senior Investigator Jeff Hohensee was dispatched to a home at 617 sixth St. N. at 9:15 a.m. Aug. 14. The alleged sufferer instructed him she was assaulted by Safford after they argued and his punched her within the head/face, hitting her glasses. She had a crimson mark on her nostril.
The girl stated in the course of the argument, Safford took her cellphone, stopping her from calling 911 and he pushed her into into the ground 3 times, so he went to a neighbor’s residence to name 911.
Hohensee and New Ulm Police Sgt. Chip Rasche went to Safford’s residence and arrested him. Hohensee seen a cellphone on high of a sofa and requested Safford if the cellphone was his. He stated it was the girl’s cellphone.
Safford was convicted of interference with a 911 name, a previous, certified home violence-related offense on Nov. 5, 2020 for the same incident involving the identical particular person.
• A felony threats of violence cost and misdemeanor violating harassment restraining order cost had been filed Aug. 16 towards Thomas R. Stamos, 67, 300 N. Broadway, New Ulm. Bail with out situations was set at $20,000. A listening to was set for two:15 p.m., Aug. 30.
In keeping with the criticism, New Ulm Police had been dispatched to 300 N. Broadway on Aug. 13, 2021 for a report of an harassment restraining order (HRO) violation. Exterior the constructing, the complainant stated she had a present HRO towards Stamos and that he earlier walked as much as her and known as her a “Nazi” and threatened to kill her.
The girl launched police to a witness who stated he was current when the incident occurred.
Police met with Stamos in his residence the place he admitted he was not imagined to be consuming attributable to probation situations and that he had been consuming that at the moment. Stamos instructed police the sufferer was mendacity and was a gang member and Nazi. Stamos stated he was conscious of the HRO however stated he had not been served it. Police confirmed the HRO was served.
Stamos offered a preliminary breath take a look at pattern that learn .4 and was instructed he would go to detox and probation was issuing an arrest and element. He yelled at officers, calling them “satan worshippers” and that God would solid judgement on them. He yelled on the lady as he left the constructing, regardless of makes an attempt to protect her.
• Two gross misdemeanor third-degree DWI prices had been filed Aug. 16 towards Michael S. Burt, 39, 2526 S. Bridge St., New Ulm. Bail with out situations was set at $12,000. A listening to was set for two:15 p.m. Aug. 30.
In keeping with the criticism, New Ulm Police had been dispatched to a residence for a disturbance report at 7:09 a.m., Aug. 14, 2021. Sgt. Charles Rasche and others heard voices and later recognized two individuals on the rear of the home asa Burt and one other particular person.
Rasche instantly detected an alcoholic beverage odor coming from Burt. He exhibited intoxication clues. Burt instructed police he and the opposite particular person acquired into an argument a pair days in the past that continued and that he needed to speak together with her at her good friend’s home.
The girl instructed police Burt had been calling her at her good friend’s residence all evening and the calls had been ignored.
Burt offered a preliminary breath take a look at that learn .16 and failed sure subject sobriety checks. A breath pattern given at 8:14 a.m. learn .14 grams per 210 liters of breath. He was convicted of DWI in Nicollet County on April 25, 2012.
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