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Police & Fire
Albert Morris Johnson, 35, could face life in prison if found guilty.
Government, Police & Fire
Some residents insist that notification letters never went out, while others say that the two men are infringing on their rights as citizens.
Police & Fire, Business
During a recent spate of burglaries, Lucas Charles Wynn and Blake Robert Schrunk allegedly stole rosaries, a wedding ring, and funerary urns among many other items.
The Minnesota State Patrol has released the name of the woman killed in yesterday's crash at the intersection of Highway 13 and Dakota Avenue.
Also in this week's roundup, Booker T. gets booked and Northfield's alleged dog killer faces several charges.
Government, Police & Fire, Schools
Also in this week’s recap – A Mother's Day fire ruins things for Eagan apartment residents and Lakeville Public Schools ponder a run at a referendum.
Clifford Peter Gessner, 76, allegedly asked a waitress "if God would forgive him" if he shot those bellied up to the bar at JR's Bar & Grill.
Timothy Falkenberg, 46, and Rochelle Falkenberg, 42, face three tax felonies each.
A St. Paul man and namesake of the famous African-American educator has been accused of smashing into a man on a snow plow, then leaving the scene.
Aaron Alexander Holmes, of Brooklyn Center, is accused of pawning over $20,000 worth of stolen electronics.
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