A 29-year-old Minnesota man who admitted to police that he shot and killed an acquaintance has been charged with murder in the second degree without intent according to court documents released on Nov. 16. The man is also facing a felony firearms charge. The charges stem from an incident that took place on the afternoon of Nov. 13 in Audubon.
On Nov. 5, Minnesota authorities arrested two people in connection with the alleged homicide of a 24-year-old Willmar man. The decedent was found in a plowed field on Oct. 31.
A 20-year-old Minnesota man who is facing first-degree murder charges has decided to waive his right to a jury trial. The man made his decision during an Oct. 29 hearing according to media accounts. His trial is scheduled to begin on Nov. 6. The man faces the prospect of life in prison for his alleged role in the death of a University of Minnesota student who was shot to death in February 2017.