Nov 4, 2013
Minnesota newlywed confesses to defacing Montana monument
Cole Randall, of Plymouth, has apologized for defacing Pompeys Pillar, a sandstone column that also bears incisions marking the passage of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Pictured: The folk musician couple who inscribed their declaration of ...
Officials have announced that Cole Randall and Shpresa Lieshiaj, a Minnesota couple who perform as folk duo Flora Cash, were the couple questioned at Pompeys Pillar several weeks ago after setting off a silent alarm.
Report: Minnesota musicians questioned in vandalism at national monument
Federal officials have apprehended a person they believe carved a set of names into a national monument in Montana where explorer William Clark signed his moniker in the rock formation more than 200 years ago.
Twin Cities couple allegedly scarred national monument with their declaration of love
A Twin Cities couple are accused of defacing a sandstone pillar in Montana that is a national monument and has the 207-year-old signature of one of this nation's most revered explorers.
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Arrest made in Mont. national monument vandalism
Federal officials have apprehended a person they believe carved a set of names into a national monument in Montana where explorer William Clark signed his moniker more than 200 years ago.