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Man sentenced for murder of girlfriend in Minnesota

An Indiana man has pleaded guilty to the murder of a woman in northern Minnesota. The man, who was the woman's boyfriend, will spend more than 16 years in prison based on the court's sentence that was given Feb. 25. By the time the case made it to court, the 41-year-old man opted to plead guilty to second-degree murder without intent while committing a felony crime.

2 people charged in stabbing death of man left in Minnesota field

A grand jury in Kandiyohi County indicted a 35-year-old man from Willmar for the stabbing death of a 24-year-old man. The accused man awaits his next court date in jail under a $2 million bail bond now that he faces charges of first-degree premeditated murder, second-degree intentional murder and terroristic threats. Authorities also arrested a woman believed to have aided the alleged murderer. She faces multiple felony charges as his accomplice.

Woman enters guilty plea on charge of attempted murder

A Minnesota state trooper who stopped to assist a vehicle in distress on westbound Interstate 94 in Clay County ended up shooting a woman who threatened him with handgun. She survived with a gunshot wound to the arm and has entered guilty pleas for charges of 1st degree attempted murder and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Man charged with murder in 27-year-old Minnesota cold case

A 56-year-old man admitted to investigators that he stabbed a 20-year-old woman to death in her south Minneapolis apartment on Dec. 19, 1991. A bloody washcloth recovered from the crime scene provided a DNA sample that allowed the Minneapolis Police Department and the FBI to identify a suspect, who had been a friend of the victim's boyfriend at the time.

Police officer who shot woman could face 2nd degree murder charge

The shooting death of a woman in Minnesota allegedly at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer has prompted prosecutors to amend their original charges against the accused shooter. The male police officer had been previously charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter, but a motion filed by prosecutors requested an upgrade of charges to second-degree murder based on the probability that he intended to kill her when he discharged his weapon.

Man who claimed self-defense charged with murder

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.

Minnesota man facing homicide charge opts for bench trial

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.

3 relatives of Minnesota woman accused of killing her neighbor

Two men and one woman related to an elderly Rochester woman have been jailed on charges related to the shooting death of a 38-year-old man who lived next door to her. The local police captain said that detectives suspect that the woman's relatives believed that the victim had caused the elderly woman's medical emergency. They apparently left St. Marys Hospital, where the woman received treatment, about one hour before they allegedly took part in the homicide.

Minnesota man charged for death of girlfriend

Authorities in Dakota County have filed a charge of second-degree murder against a man who had been the boyfriend of a 41-year-old woman from Burnsville. She had gone missing in November 2017 until a fisherman discovered her body this April near a bridge in Burnsville at Interstate 35W. The medical examiner in Hennepin County declared the woman's death a homicide. Her injuries indicated blunt force trauma to the right side of her face.

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