-- Original post from April 3; update at bottom --Just after 1 p.m. this afternoon, Drew Ditlefsen was biking eastbound on the Midtown Greenway when he says he received a very scary surprise.SEE ALSO: "Not enough evidence" to charge driver of car that hit and killed biker with homicide As he passed ... More >>
But authorities say no crime was committed
Disgraced Minneapolis power broker Al Garcia is in trouble with his probation officer for violating the terms of his supervised release. Garcia pled guilty to a federal charge of aiding and abetting possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine in 2010 and beat the rap on charges that he rap ... More >>
Behind the scenes of the transgender woman's case
Thomas Hart was arrested for ruining "girls night."Thomas Hart might have drawn a few strange looks from other inmates if anyone in Hennepin County Jail asked what he was in for.The answer is, Hart was doing time for murder. Ferret murder.Last week, Hart was arrested for the drowning death of his ... More >>
Daniel Rick has been found guilty of knowingly spreading the HIV virus through unprotected sex with another man, a felony that could put him behind bars for as long as a decade. The man who had sex with Rick in the spring of 2009, when the two had known each other only briefly, told police the en ... More >>
This morning, a judge ruled that when Aaron Boogaard, the brother of Derek Boogaard, handed his brother the pills that ultimately contributed to the hockey star's death, he was not committing a felony. "The victim . . . acted alone in acquiring the drugs: he purchased them, from an unknown thir ... More >>
Fox 9The details of the incident are still under wraps.Katherine Gordon, a 58-year-old woman from California who'd recently moved to Minnesota, has been identified as the woman shot and killed by a Golden Valley Police officer after she was pulled over on I-394. Gordon's identity was released by ... More >>
Prince Moore told police he woke up to his wife stabbing him.Prince Moore told police he woke up early Tuesday morning to his wife trying to stab him. So, Moore said, he took the knife and stabbed his wife until she was beyond dead and the knife he'd used had bent from the strain, according to a ... More >>
Charles Hall was on a roll until he got caught.Charles Hall came to our attention three weeks ago, when he was arrested on burglary charges. At the time, police said Hall might actually be responsible for dozens more burglaries that had taken place across Minneapolis in July and August. Now, the ... More >>
Jason Yang climbed over a chain link fence and jumped to his death.First, Jason Yang tragically leaps over a freeway off-ramp and falls 40 feet to his death as police chase him. Then Yang's family claims that Minneapolis Police shot him before he fell. In the latest twist of a case that has now ... More >>
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