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2 More Arrested In Annandale Homicide

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two more people were arrested in connection to the death of 42-year-old Kyle Greene at an Annandale residence, according to authorities.

That brings the total to five arrests in the Sept. 28 homicide.

Osayme Emanuel Igho-Osagie, 21, of St. Cloud, Minn. was arrested Wednesday for second-degree murder and 19-year-old Thomas Kevin Saengchanthalath, of Albertville, was arrested for aiding/abetting aggravated robbery.

The two were arrested on Wednesday, when Gray David Soltis, 22, of St. Cloud was also arrested for second-degree murder.

Annandale Police were dispatched around 7:59 a.m. Saturday to a residence on Poplar Avenue North, where Greene was found dead.

On Sunday, his death was ruled a homicide by the Midwest Medical Examiner’s Office and the first two arrests were made of Tyler James Fisher, 19, of Annandale for second-degree murder and Samara Leigh Juhl, 19, of Otsego, for aggravated robbery.

The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to call the Annandale Police Department or Wright County Sheriff at 763-682-1162.

Greene’s family released a statement, thanking everyone for their support:

The family of Kyle Greene would like to thank those who expressed their condolences and offered their prayers and well wishes for our beloved family member. We will not give interviews as we wish to cooperate with the Annandale Police Department and the Wright County Sheriff’s Office, as well as any assisting law enforcement agencies, in their ongoing investigation. We recognize that in our small community where people care about each other, it is natural to try and get answers to make sense of any tragedy. We are learning that you simply cannot make sense out of a senseless tragedy like this. We thank everyone, especially the media, for respecting our privacy and allowing us to grieve and heal as a family during this very difficult time.

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