Charge: Railroad spike used in assault

 

March 1, 2024



Authorities in Carlton County Sixth District Court charged a 37-year-old Carlton man with attempted murder Feb. 23, two days after he allegedly attacked another resident in a local halfway house using a weapon made with a railroad spike.

Jacob Robert Clarin faces up to 20 years in prison for a second-degree felony attempted murder charge, labeled “with intent-not premeditated.” A second felony, assault with a dangerous weapon, carries a maximum seven-year sentence and $14,000 fine.

The attack occurred Feb. 21, when Carlton County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to Lake Venoah Board and Lod...



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