BLUE EARTH, Minn. (AP) — Investigators say they aren’t looking for any other suspects in a fatal attack at a home in Blue Earth.

The state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says a lone suspect is in the Faribault County Jail. He’s awaiting charges in the home invasion early Monday morning. Authorities say a masked intruder used a blunt object to bludgeon a man, a woman and the woman’s two teenage daughters. The 37-year-old man died. Thirty-eight-year-old Candice Marie Freeman of Ceylon, her 19-year-old daughter, Brittany Kay Devary and Freeman’s 15-year-old daughter were injured and airlifted to St. Mary’s Hospital in Rochester. The hospital declined to provide any information on the three.

The man’s body was taken to the Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s Office where an autopsy was expected to be done Tuesday.

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Comments (6)
  1. JackemDown says:

    Start shooting the SOB’s on sight – why do we house murdering sobs’ on our dime so they can life out their worthless lives in a cell ?
    Things have to start changing —– they have to

  2. Aaron says:

    It was a domestic – you don’t shoot people you know!

  3. Pity says:

    We all know that execution is the answer, including the wackys lib’s. They just don’t holler it until one of the brothers in a victim….then they ‘fess up and admit they see the light.
    I always pity the cops – they get the dirty rotten perps and then some stupid judge gives them a slap and a “be good now” and I shall set you free…..anyone besides me find it ironic that these same judges now a re demanding tighter security around their courtrooms since they, the oh Holy Ones, can be harmed. This system is as bankrupt as the country

  4. Lucifer says:

    The only problem I would have if I encountered an intruder in my home would be to decide whether I should us my 12 Ga. shoitgun or my 9MM to shoot him. Both are loaded and ready so I guess it would come down to which room he is in. If he is in the Kitchen I would have to go with the shotgun but if he was in a carpetted room it would likely be several rounds from the 9MM cuse I don’t want vermin blood on my carpet.

  5. Murph says:

    My 1/2 german shepard/husky,1/2 timberwolf would have already made the correct decision the minute he came in the door uninvited. The most loyal dog ever born,always makes the right decision! The tool or pipe in his hand would be immobilized first.Gently as he can snap that hand off at the wrist with one bite. Once the wrist is in his mouth,it’s up to the intruder to make a life or death decision for his own damn good! As a puppy a dog three times his size bullied him until the dog owner dummy said my dog was afraid of his big mutt.One sic em second later the bully dog was on his back had jaws on his neck and was peeing up into the air with a pathetic whimper! One “that’s enough” later he was cured of his bullying obsession and taking his place far behind the pup!

  6. Ezzzy does it says:

    Just so we all understand that after the SOB has suffered for say, 24 hours, we put him down for good. Everyone in agreement?
    BTW – my preference, in this instance anyway, would be a bat with 6′ spikes driven thru it. Not to many so as to force a fast bleed out but rather …..

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