Love Inc Weekly Update 1-21-2020

Greg talks about some of the core values of Love Inc Worthington

Dan Feehan visited Worthington last week, talks about putting people first

Dan Feehan is running for the First Congressional District in Minnesota, and stopped in Worthington to attend a round table discussion. He says his campaign is about putting people first. Feehan sat down with Radio Works News Director Justine Wettschreck to chat

Warrant issued for teen for alleged school threat

WORTHINGTON - A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a 17-year-old male who allegedly issued an ambiguous threat via Snapchat that caused ISD 518 to heighten security and notify parents of a possible threat.

According to Sgt. Tim Gaul, the message was reported by a Worthington High School student to the administration and included a photo of a person holding a weapon.

Threat made toward Worthington High School considered non-credible

WORTHINGTON - A threat made via social media toward Worthington High School has been deemed non-credible by the Worthington Police Department.

According to ISD 518, the administration was made aware of the threat Monday shortly before classes began, and law enforcement started investigating. While the incident is still under investigation, the threat is not considered credible. All District 518 schools will continue class with heightened security.

Worthington man convicted of unlawful gun possession

WORTHINGTON - A Worthington man on Friday was found guilty of unlawfully possessing a pistol and ammunition, according to Nobles County Attorney Joe Sanow. Somboun Kounlabout, age 39, of Worthington, was convicted of being an ineligible person in possession of a firearm.

According to the criminal complaint and trial testimony, on September 27, 2019 Worthington Police officers were conducting a probation check at a residence in Worthington and found Kounlabout in a bedroom. After being given permission to search his backpack, authorities found a 9mm pistol and magazine loaded with 9mm rounds. Officers found identical 9mm rounds in a plastic pill bottle not far from where the pistol and magazine was found.