PLAINVIEW, Minn. – Criminal charges can be expected next week for misbehavior in the  the Plainview-Elgin-Millville High School homecoming run-up in September. Police Chief Jason Timm said a recommendation is being drafted for the county attorney in Wabasha. Reports are completed and being reviewed, Timm said in a KTC interview.

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