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of Biwabik, said recently.Keith Strand was charged with one count of theftD. 31 miles west of Fargo after a witness told the Cass County Sheriff’s Office that Strand left the site with a load of grain taken from a bin not belonging to StrandWhen a deputy contacted Strand by phone Strand said he was hauling grain belonging to Triple S Farms and selling it because the farm needed the money court documents statedSwanson told a deputy that he told Strand to haul from a particular bin The witness told the sheriff’s office there was no reason for hauling grain given market conditions at the time court documents statedThe owners of the grain that was loaded from the bin in question told authorities they would not have known the loss until the grain was sold in the future court documents statedStrand previously said much of the information in the court documents was inaccurate and that the grain belonged to Triple S Farms a company he is a partner in with Swanson and another manHines said Swanson’s case was dismissed in May partly because of Strand’s acquittal in April It seemed difficult to prove the charge against Swanson beyond a reasonable doubt she saidThe Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office received a call about a structure fire southeast of Clearbrook in Leon Township at about 7 am Saturday according to a release from Clearwater County Sheriff Darin HalversonFirefighters from Clearbrook and nearby Gonvick responded and found a trailer home fully engulfed in flames the release said After the fire was put out two bodies were discovered inside The bodies are believed to be brothers from the Twin Cities metro area who use the trailer home as a hunting cabin the release saidNo foul play is suspected however the cause of the fire has not yet been determined The names of the victims will be released Monday Oct 30 the release saidClearbrook is about 37 miles northwest of BemidjiThe Clearwater County Sheriff’s Office and the State Fire Marshal’s Office are investigatingHe came up with the idea to create GripIt Fixings after struggling to help his granddad put up a curtain rail. we are sorting things out to make sure somebody doesn’t claim what he is not”. and 6 p." Klein tweeted back. But three hours later,m. Wormuth was drawn back to the apartment complex"Something was telling me to go back to this area" Wormuth saidHe returned to a troubling sceneIn a remote corner of the apartment complex parking lot near where he found the man in the grass the officer came upon an SUV with toddler strapped in a car seat alone The car was running a window was down and the little girl’s eyes were closed It was a hot day and the 10-year member of the police department feared the worst"Please God let this child be alive" he recalled saying to himselfIt turns out the child no more than 2 years old was the daughter of the man Wormuth had escorted to the hospital The man had no identification on him was not speaking and never indicated he had a child The officer had earlier used a key fob found around the man’s neck to try to find his car but after pressing the panic button several times in three different parking lots in the area no vehicle respondedIt was only after Wormuth returned after his shift that he discovered music coming from a running SUV and saw the girl in the vehicle her head leaning forwardAfter getting closer the officer was relieved to find the girl’s little chest rising and falling She was sleepingWormuth roused the girl rubbing her arm to try to soften her shock at waking to the face of a stranger The girl burst into tears upon waking anyway The officer quickly grabbed his phone to try to calm her down"Do you want to call Mommy" Wormuth remembered asking before he got a smile out of herWormuth contacted an apartment property manager he had been speaking with earlier about the man in the grass and she returned to the parking lot with chicken nuggets and fries Another officer arrived with a bottle of water which the girl gulped down after being alone for almost four hours in the car said Latrice Leake the property manager"He was in hero mode" Leake said of watching Wormuth tend to the child "He was awesome in that moment and just protected this little girl" The child couldn’t talk or say who her parents were Wormuth found in the car a phone with more than 40 missed calls and texts and reached the girl’s grandmotherAfter reaching the girl’s family Wormuth and Leake tended to the toddler who refused to be removed from her car seat Chicken nugget sauce covered the girl’s face and she watched videos of Wormuth’s dogs on his phone smiling and blowing kisses at the screenThen the girl’s mother arrived"She immediately jumped out of the vehicle walked to our location and just began crying" Wormuth saidThe girl who was safe and unharmed went home with her familyThe father whom police did not name to protect the identity of the child has been charged with reckless endangerment and a related count of leaving a child unattended police said?Story by Lynh Bui Bui is a local reporter covering Prince George’s County police fire and courts She joined The Washington Post in 2012 and has previously covered Montgomery County educationThe enforcement action comes in the wake of substantiated neglect leading to a client’s death a sexual assault of a resident by a staff member and a series of compliance violations spanning nearly two yearsIn an agreement with the Minnesota Department of Health Minnesota Heritage House must transfer the management of its facilities in Pequot Lakes Adrian and Kimball to another home care provider By Dec 1 Serenity Living Solutions of Sebeka will assume all administration and management of client careScott Smith public information officer with the Health Department said the arrangement would mean minimal disruption for clients living in the facilities while responding to "serious incidents involving harm to clients and a persistent pattern of ongoing correction orders""MDH tried to manage the situation as to not create a crisis for the residents at these locations and at other housing with services sites owned by ElderCare of Minnesota" Smith stated in an email "By allowing Heritage House to voluntarily relinquish their license residents can continue to live at the facility and transition to a new provider with minimal disruption Heritage House is also cooperating with MDH to bring in a new provider of services and manage the transition"Heritage House is not permitted to admit any new residents under its license although Serenity Living Solutions may do so prior to the complete transition While Minnesota Heritage House will continue to own the buildings MDH required that current owners administrators or managers of the license must remain at "arm’s length" and cannot provide or administer care They also may not seek any new applications for home care licenses for five yearsA worrisome recordThe agreement signed last month lists a series of licensing violations identified by MDH between November 2015 and June 2017 The timeline shows while many of the violations were corrected upon reinspection many were not and new violations continued to show up at the facilities The MDH issued the facility a warning in March due to compliance issues and in May it was noted ongoing complaint investigations brought renewed concern over the "health and safety of Heritage’s residents"Among those investigations was one finding Heritage House responsible for neglect in the February death of 86-year-old Ralph Ford The investigation showed neglect through improper catheter care and an unclean environment led to Ford’s death by a complex urinary tract infection This included a failure to flush and change the client’s catheter and a failure to maintain infection control on the catheter equipment In 2016 a complaint investigation found an employee responsible for the sexual abuse of a resident David Erwin DeLong of Pine River was also criminally charged and pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct the sentencing for which is scheduled next month According to the criminal complaint filed against DeLong he sexually assaulted a 78-year-old woman in May 2016 The woman was nonverbal wheelchair-bound and unable to feed herself requiring around-the-clock care the complaint statedAlthough referenced in the agreement details are not yet available for a third complaint investigation conducted in July which resulted in two Level 3 violations—those that harmed a client’s health or safety not including serious injury impairment or deathOwners cite turnover facility growthOwners James and Kathy Birchem said Monday Oct 30 they’ve been cooperating with the MDH and working to address concerns at the Heritage House facilities for several months This includes hiring Zellner Senior Health Consulting to assist in achieving compliance"This has been a very long process" Kathy Birchem said "This has been the best solution that we could come up with for our residents at this point in time so they could remain in their current home"She said none of the people employed at Heritage House facilities would lose their jobs because of the transferThe Birchems Little Falls natives purchased their first nursing home in Bemidji in 1996 according to their company ElderCare of Minnesota’s website They own 15 senior living facilities throughout the state—mostly in central and north-central Minnesota but also four facilities near the Minnesota-Iowa borderSmith reported the company operates under six different licenses through MDH although only the one held for the Heritage House facilities in Pequot Lakes Adrian and Kimball is affected"We are allowing ElderCare to continue to offer licensed home care services at other locations to avoid disruption of services for those residents and because those facilities did not have the same quality and noncompliance issues" Smith statedKathy Birchem said although the license applies to three locations the Adrian facility was not responsible for any of the correction orders required by MDH"To correct the deficiencies that we were given they needed to be corrected at all sites" Kathy Birchem said "Because they’re located in different towns some of the corrections weren’t done that should have been done"When asked why they believed the Heritage House facilities continued to be troubled the Birchems cited staff turnover and facility growth"The systems weren’t followed as closely as they should have been" Kathy Birchem saidAs owners the Birchems receive weekly reports on their facilities and have quarterly meetings with site managers Kathy Birchem said Each facility has a lead nurse and an operations managerIn the investigation of Ford’s death nurses interviewed said a sudden and recent departure by a nursing director made it "confusing for the remaining two RNs (registered nurses) to figure out when things were due"Kathy Birchem said she wanted the families of those living in Heritage House to know they have confidence in Serenity Living Solutions"We’d like them to believe that their loved ones are in caring hands" Kathy Birchem said ". We are very sad and hurt that the events happened at our facility because we have very high standards of care for our seniors"

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