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Thoresen was first stopped by police on June 24 after an officer spotted a vehicle with an obscured license plate and the driver not wearing a seat belt, according to the criminal complaint.
In 1988 the agency filed for non-profit status and received its 501(c)3. First Call For Help is a nation-wide United Way funded name and logo.
In 1999, we became one of the 5 regional hubs in the state, providing information and referral 24/7 for the counties of Aitkin, Beltrami, Cass, Clearwater, Itasca, Koochiching and Lake of the Woods.
The car sped away when the officer tried to pull it over, reaching speeds of more than 90 mph, police said.
The driver of the car eventually ran into the woods and was arrested at a nearby home, according to the complaint.
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A Minnesota couple has been charged in the killing and decapitation of the woman's alleged rapist, authorities said Thursday.
Joseph Christen Thoresen, 35, appeared in court on Wednesday in Grand Rapids, Minnesota, to face a charge of murder in the second degree for allegedly killing a 20-year-old man by beating him with a baseball bat and then stabbing him repeatedly on or around June 21, the Itasca County Attorney’s office said in a statement.First Call/2-1-1 remains unique in that it is still the only region in the state that operates 24-hours a day with the help of volunteers answering calls out of the own homes.