On the afternoon of 03/06/21, a Red Lake County deputy stopped a vehicle on Hwy. #222 south of Oklee for a registration violation. Further investigation during the stop led to the discovery of methamphetamine. The passenger in the vehicle, April Marie Kimbro (23) of Oklee was arrested for the felony drug possession offense. The driver of the vehicle, Brandon Craig Ambuehl (28) of Gary, MN was detained. Ms. Kimbro was transported to the jail in Crookston and booked for the felony offense. Members of the Red Lake County Sheriff’s Office followed up on the case and executed a search warrant at Ms. Kimbro’s residence in Oklee. More items were seized from that location and that aspect of the case is still under investigation. While executing that search warrant, SEX OFFENDER Corey John Benoit (38) of Thief River Falls was discovered at the residence. Polk County held an active warrant for his arrest. He was taken to the jail in Crookston and turned over to Polk County authorities. After the completion of the search warrant, Mr. Ambuehl was released from custody. Ms. Kimbro appeared in Court in Crookston on 03/08/21. She posted a $1,000 cash bond and was released from custody later that same day. Her next court appearance is scheduled for 03/17/21.
On the evening of 03/07/21, Cordwyn Crane (36) of Red Lake Falls was cited for misdemeanor driving after revocation in the city of Red Lake Falls.
On the afternoon of 03/08/21, the J.A. Hughes Elementary School reported an adult female was walking around their property and she was looking into the windows of classrooms. A Red Lake County deputy found the individual, walking, a few blocks from the school. She was identified as Abby Lee Mosbeck (39) of Red Lake Falls. It was discovered that Pennington County had outstanding warrants for her arrest. She was taken into custody and turned over to Pennington County authorities.
On the morning of 03/10/21, the Red Lake County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a disturbance at a residence in Oklee. Red Lake County law enforcement officers responded and mediated a situation that was going on between a juvenile and their parent. No crimes had been committed and the matter was resolved without incident.