Pursuant to Minnesota Statutes 244.052 and and 253D, the Lake County Sheriff’s Department would like to post notice of a release of an individual convicted of criminal sexual conduct. Please view the document below for more information.
At approximately 2132 hours on September 7, 2020, Lake County Dispatch received a report of 29 year old man from Rochester who had fallen into the Caribou River and was unresponsive. It was reported that Daniel Allman had been hiking with a friend when he fell approximately 100 feet from a cliff, landing in the water below. Allman was removed from the water by his friend. Lifesaving attempts were performed by the friend, Lake County Rescue Squad and Lake County Ambulance Service. Allman was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Responding agencies were Lake County Rescue Squad, Lake County Ambulance Service, Cook County Sheriff’s Office and Lake County Sheriff’s Office.
8/21/2020 – 2:24PM – The pilot, and only occupant, of the plane has been identified as Dr. Kyle Edlund, of Woodbury Dental Care. Dr. Edlund was flying a Lance Air 4-seater, single engine N997S.
Correction: Dr. Edlund was last at his hotel in Ely at 10:15 pm and flew out soon after.
8/21/2020 – 9:00AM – At approximately 2308 hours on 08/20/2020, Lake County Dispatch received a call reporting a possible plane crash on White Iron Lake. The pilot, and only occupant, left the Ely Airport shortly after 9:00 pm and ended up crashing into White Iron Lake. The plane was heading towards the Grand Marais/Cook County Airport from the Ely Airport.
Responders found the victim, a 58-year old male from Woodbury, MN, died on impact.
Responding to the scene were the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, St. Louis County Sheriff’s Office, Lake County Rescue Squad, Morse-Fall Lake Fire Department and Ely Ambulance.
This accident is still under investigation.
On July 12, 2020 at approximately 0838 hours, Lake County Dispatch received a report of a truck on fire on the Prospector UTV trail off the Kawishiwi Trl. The truck apparently was involved in a crash and struck several trees, causing it to start on fire. It appears to be a full-size Chevrolet extended cab truck. The driver and only occupant of the vehicle perished in the fire. The Lake County Sheriff’s Office and the State Fire Marshall are still investigating the accident and fire, trying to determine the owner and occupant of the vehicle. If you have any information related to the accident, either the possible owner of the vehicle or the possible occupant of the vehicle, please contact the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.