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Charges Filed Against 2 Teens In Annandale Robbery, Death

Accused Say 3 Others Actually Entered House, Killed Victim
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Tyler James Fisher & Samara Leigh Juhl (credit:  Wright County)

Tyler James Fisher & Samara Leigh Juhl (credit: Wright County)

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Charges have been filed against two teens accused of being involved in the death of an Annandale man over the weekend.

Annandale Police discovered the body of 42-year-old Kyle Greene Saturday. Police say it was determined that he died after being shot by a shotgun.

On Sunday, 19-year-old Tyler Fisher and 19-year-old Samara Juhl, both of Annandale, were arrested in connection to the death.

At the Wright County Courthouse in Buffalo, Fisher was charged with second-degree aid and abet murder without intent, second-degree aid and abet murder without intent while committing a felony, first-degree aid and abet aggravated robbery and aiding an offender (accomplice after the fact) – all felonies.

Suhl was charged with first-degree aid and abet aggravated robbery and aiding an offender (accomplice after the fact), which are both felonies.

According to the criminal complaint, after investigating Greene’s death, information was produced suggesting that Greene sold methamphetamine and was known to carry a large amount of cash in his wallet.

According to a juvenile who knew the suspects, Fisher and two other male suspects from St. Cloud were talking about robbing a drug dealer in Annandale who was bragging about having a large amount of drugs and cash. The juvenile added that Juhl’s cellphone was used to contact Greene to set up a drug deal to facilitate the robbery, the complaint said.

When they were arrested, both Juhl and Fisher admitted to knowing about the robbery and murder, but said that three other suspects actually entered the house and shot Greene. Fisher was the getaway driver, according to the complaint.

Fisher initially refused to give the names of the other three suspects, but was later able to identify the three suspects from separate photographic lineups.

If convicted, both could face potential maximum sentences of more than 20 years in prison.

For more information, read the entire criminal complaints below:

Samara Juhl
Tyler Fisher

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