Carlton Co. Authorities Warn of Looting in Wake of Floods
Authorities in Carlton County are working to keep potential thieves away from flood zones.
“It’s not just debris out there, it’s peoples' property and there are things that mean a lot to people,” said Bryce Bogenholm, Moose Lake Police Chief.
According to the Carlton County Sheriff's Office, Moose Lake Police arrested two men Monday night on public nuisance charges after they were seeing going through someone's property.
Meanwhile, another man was cited for disorderly conduct.
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