Eugene Glaraton is on the lam.Look at this mug shot to the right of Eugene Glaraton. Have you seen him? He's a 42-year-old convicted level-three sex offender who cut the electronic monitoring device from his ankle and escaped from a St. Paul halfway house. He's been missing for four days.
Photo from MN150Years.org"You're the one who said to order the scampi!"Yesterday, we shared our list of the 10 dishes to avoid ordering on your Valentine's dates, from stinky garlic to messy barbecue, ugly oysters to wings that zing--too much and in the wrong places. But ... More >>
Most hated man in St. Paul speaks from prison
Have you seen these fugitives?
David HoffmanBy the time David Hoffman was done with his late wife, Carol, he'd choked her to death, cut her up, tried to feed the pieces to the garbage disposal, and then dumped them in Weaver Lake. That was in 1980. Yesterday, the 63-year-old Corcoran man was denied parole on his 1981 co ... More >>
Photo: timpearcelosgatosSuzanne Walstrom, a prison guard who bragged about hanging out with gang bangers and who was arrested last year for forging drug prescriptions for minors, also seems to have "boundary issues" with at least a couple of teenage inmates at he Minnesota Correctional Facil ... More >>
The relationship started last August when Harvieux began writing her letters in prison, saying he thought she was unfairly targeted because she was an illegal immigrant.
After his son committed murder, a retired St. Paul cop had to choose between blood and justice
Daniel Otto and his girlfriend just wanted to get loaded one summer night. Neither of them imagined that she would wind up dead and he would be charged with murder.
Minnesota's oldest lifer talks about prison and his most terrible crime
The remarkable 114-year story of Minnesota's last juvenile detention home
Thousands of Somalis fled when their country committed suicide a decade ago. Now the local INS office has found a way to send them back.
He fought for his right to make phone calls from prison, but now Ronaldo Ligons is about to be disconnected
Minnesota could find itself writing checks to hundreds of prisoners--thanks to a jailhouse lawyer with an eye for detail
A new exhibition moves public art out of the town square and into a conceptual realm
Teaching Minnesota's student prisoners reveals the power of the pen
Inmate artists and prison instructors talk about life on the inside