Annandale Fire Death Ruled A Homicide

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The death of a 63-year-old man, who was found dead inside a mobile home after a fire, has been ruled a homicide.

The medical examiner’s office released the preliminary results of their autopsy which states the cause of death of DeVan Hawkinson is a homicide.

Annandale Police and Fire responded to the fire around 3:40 p.m. Sunday at 74 Honeysuckle Lane. Upon arrival, they found Hawkinson’s body inside deceased.

The incident continues to be investigated and police are following up on several leads at this time. No arrests have been made in connection with the homicide.

Anyone with information regarding this incident should call (763) 682-7733.

  • Jessica

    I can’t believe this has happen in the small town of Annandale. I lived here for about 25 years of my life and never had this type of stuff in my neighborhood.

    • Small town living

      There is no such thing as small towns being exempt from this sort of thing! You read the paper in Pine City, and you should see the Sheriff’s blog! No murders but there are a lot of burglaries, damage to private property etc. No place is guaranteed to be a safe habitat!

  • Richard Paulus

    Remember the home invasion, murder, near Montrose several years ago…..It can happen anywhere…..anytime.

  • crazyfamily

    I promise you this will end up being some1 he knew, therefore it doesnt matter how small the town is, if it were a random break=in and murder that would be a surprise.

  • Keeping it real in Minnesota


  • ryan

    It says no arrests were made but I heard otherwise so which is it?

  • Dripable Service

    This definitely makes great sense to anyone!!!

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