Category: Crime

Former officer Noor’s partner takes the stand at trial

Former officer Noor’s partner takes the stand at trial

The partner of the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed woman in July 2017 took the stand on Thursday. Officer Matthew Harrity said in his testimony that he caught saw something to the left of the police SUV he was driving. After immediately drawing his gun, Harrity heard Noor fire his weapon, which would be the fateful shots […]

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Dayquan Hodge- Photo Credit: Hennepin County Sheriff's Office

Teen pleas guilty to stolen SUV crash

A Minneapolis teenager pleaded guilty to three counts of vehicular homicide. 18-year-old Dayquan Hodge was accused of crashing a stolen SUV into the side of a pickup in September, killing three people inside. Hennepin County authorities say Hodge was driving at least 80 miles per hour on Cedar Avenue and ran several red lights. Hodge also admitted to smoking marijuana […]

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TCF Bank Attempted Robbery

TCF Bank Attempted Robbery

St. Cloud Police are looking for a suspect in a attempted bank robbery in St. Cloud this afternoon. The man entered TCF Bank located at 25th Avenue South in St. Cloud. The suspect never displayed any weapons and left the bank prior to gathering the money. No one was hurt during the attempted robbery and police are still seeking the […]

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Waite Park assault suspect vehicle: Photo Credit Waite Park Police Department Media Release

Red Bull can assault in Waite Park

Waite Park officers are looking into an assault at a store on Division Street Saturday night. The assault occurred when a man purchased a can of Red Bull from the store and got into a verbal argument with the employee. The suspect then threw the full can of Red Bull into the employee’s face and immediately left the store in […]

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Saint Cloud Robbery Update

Saint Cloud Robbery Update

The man that robbed the Wells Fargo in Saint Cloud has been identified. After receiving tips from the public in addition to the investigation, the suspect has been identified as Khalid Hassan Mohamud of Utah. Mohamud was arrested while he was at the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport nearly two weeks ago on previous charges he was facing from Utah. In […]

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Sniper Sentence

Sniper Sentence

The Supreme Court will be reviewing a Virginia case to reinstate the life-without-parole sentence for a man who participated in a sniper shooting in 2002. Lee Boyd Malvo was 17 years old when he and John Allen Muhammad killed 10 people in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C,. A Virginia appeals court ruled last year that Mavlo should be re-sentenced because […]

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New Zealand Shooting

New Zealand Shooting

New Zealand Police Commissioner Mike Bush says the gunman who killed 50 people at 2 ChristChurch Mosques acted alone, but may have had other supporter. the barbarity and hatred displayed through the violent acts are being compared to attacks by Al-Qaida and the Islamic State groups. The Australian white supremacist is charged with murder, but the investigation continues to rule […]

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Chaska man charged with tax crimes after not filing for six years

Chaska man charged with tax crimes after not filing for six years

A Chaska man has been charged with six felony counts after he didn’t file his tax returns…for six years. The Minnesota Department of Revenue says David Timp was told that he needed to file this taxes, but still failed to do so. These warning came multiple times from several different departments. Timp didn’t file his individual state tax returns from […]

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Murder at Death Party

Murder at Death Party

A 59-year-old man has been charged with third-degree murder on top of criminal neglect charge for the death of his wife in January. Duane Johnson removed his wife Debra Lynn Johnson from a nursing home in Searles, Minn,. to attend what he called a “death party”. Authorities say Johnson gave his wife methamphetamine because she wanted to party before her […]

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Duluth Police Shooting

Duluth Police Shooting

St. Louis County Attorney Mark Rublin says the police shooting in Duluth in January with Taylor Turek was justified. The investigation concluded that Turek had taken his own life before officers returned fire. Officers were responding to a domestic assault with a weapon on January 13th involving Turek.

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