Jacob’s Sheriff

Sep 22, 2010

Three of his top officers are already at the table as Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner, gun on his belt, coffee cup in hand, pulls up a chair for the morning briefing.

Bob Guimond on 1280am “The Patriot”

Sep 18, 2010

Bob Guimond was on 1280am this afternoon.

Wetterling Suspect Dan Rassier

Jul 3, 2010

On April 28, 2003 — five months after Josh’s disappearance — the Stearns County Sheriff’s Department released information that it “received a call from an individual stating that they were driving off campus, just after midnight, on the night Joshua Guimond disappeared and that they saw someone jogging towards campus on County Road 159 wearing […]

Investigators: Searching for Josh

May 24, 2010

(Fox 9) EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. – When law enforcement couldn’t provide answers, the family of a missing Minnesota college student insisted they return his computer hard drive. The family recently allowed the FOX 9 investigators access to that hard drive to see if we could find any clues in the case.

Rally Urges Further Support for St. John’s Student

Nov 20, 2009

University student Josh Guimond disappeared. His family has not given up hope finding him and marched Saturday to keep that effort going.

7th Anniversary of Guimond disappearance

Nov 3, 2009

(WCCO) COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. (AP) ― It’s been nearly seven years since St. John’s University student Josh Guimond disappeared after leaving a small card party about midnight.

Father of Josh Guimond says university has withheld information

Nov 3, 2009

(Herald Journal) MAPLE LAKE, MN — As the seventh year anniversary approaches for the disappearance of missing college student Joshua Guimond Nov. 10, his family is preparing for a “Justice for Josh,” march to keep his memory alive.

PRESS RELEASE: “Justice for Josh”

Oct 29, 2009

Joshua Guimond disappeared at St. John’s University in Collegeville, Minnesota, in 2002. November 7, 2009 is the inaugural “Justice for Josh” march, starting at noon.

Still Missing in the Midwest

Mar 20, 2007

Wisconsin and Minnesota, 2002. Four young people, unknown to each other, go missing within an eleven-day period and a two hundred mile radius. The vanishings make national headlines. The stories ask the same question: coincidence or serial killer?

Why Joshua Guimond’s disappearance should be investigated as a suspicious missing person case

Feb 14, 2006

This analysis is a counterpoint to Richard Meryhew’s article “One last sip, one last step: A walk after a night of drinking has ended in disaster for a dozen young men at college” (Star Tribune, Feb. 12, 2006).