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Bloomington man in custody for allegedly throwing vise at moving car

It follows an incident where National Guard Sgt. Jon Stacke was injured when a metal vise broke through his windshield while he was driving on Normandale Boulevard Monday. KARE 11 reports Stacke is expected to recover after undergoing multiple surgeries. This is the sixth time since January 18 that a vehicle was hit by an object in Bloomington.
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It follows an incident where National Guard Sgt. Jon Stacke was injured when a metal vise broke through his windshield while he was driving on Normandale Boulevard Monday. KARE 11 reports Stacke is expected to recover after undergoing multiple surgeries. This is the sixth time since January 18 that a vehicle was hit by an object in Bloomington.

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