After he was charged with second-degree murder in connection with the grisly Thanksgiving killings of Little Falls teens Nick Brady and Haile Kifer in his home, Byron Smith claimed that he was the victim of eight burglaries in recent years accounting for tens of thousands of dollars in stolen items. ... More >>
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Byron Smith faces two charges of second-degree murder in connection with the killings of teenagers Haile Kifer and Nicholas Brady, both of whom were shot to death on Thanksgiving after they apparently broke into Smith's home.SEE ALSO: MNGOP Rep. Tony Cornish, author of "deadly force" bill, thinks By ... More >>
As news circulated that two Little Falls teens had been shot to death during an apparent Thanksgiving Day attempted burglary at Byron Smith's house, people speculated about what could've driven 18-year-old Nicholas Brady and his 17-year-old cousin Haile Kifer to break into Smith's house in the first ... More >>