Man Gets 10 Years For Being ‘Danger To Public Safety’

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 34-year-old Minneapolis man faces a 10-year prison sentence after a jury found him to be a danger to public safety.

On Wednesday, Darryl Donail Walker was sentenced in the Hennepin County District Court. His sentence is about double what he would have received for a felon in possession of a firearm and fifth-degree drug possession, for which he was convicted.

According to authorities, in May, police were sent to execute a drug search warrant at Walker’s North Minneapolis. When they arrived, they saw him toss something out of a window, which was later identified as a handgun.

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