3rd Person Arrested In Annandale Shooting Death
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A third person has been arrested in connection with the death of an Annandale man last weekend.
Gray David Soltis, 22, was booked into the Wright County Jail early Wednesday in connection with the murder of 42-year-old Kyle Greene.
Police discovered Greene’s body on Saturday. According to investigators, he had been killed with 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. They have both been charged with multiple felony counts.
According to their criminal complaints, 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.
A sheriff’s deputy did not say whether Soltis was one of those three suspects, but said the investigation is still ongoing.
Charges against Soltis may be filed later in the week.