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Anoka Man, 30, Charged In String Of RobberiesA 30-year-old Anoka man has been arrested and charged in connection to a string of robberies north of the metro area, according to the Anoka County Attorney's Office.
St. Paul Man Pleads Guilty To Illegal Gun DealingA St. Paul man has pleaded guilty to illegally selling firearms, several of which are tied to criminal activity. The U.S. Attorney's Office says Eitan Benjamin Feldman, 29, would buy firearms from an online dealer and then sell them on another website for a profit.
Broad Cuts To Drug Sentences Put Minn. Legislature On NoticeMinnesota county attorneys and law enforcement officials say they've reached a deal to make broad reductions to prison sentences for drug offenders.
Fargo Man Pleads Not Guilty In Meth ConspiracyA Fargo man is accused in federal court of selling large quantities of methamphetamine. Joshua Young has pleaded not guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance. The charge carries a maximum penalty of life in prison without parole.
New Documents Filed In Fight Over Prince's Estate; Search Warrant SealedA judge has approved the Carver County sheriff's request to seal the search warrant and any accompanying documents surrounding investigations into the death of pop superstar Prince.
Police: St. Cloud Man Arrested For DWI After Crashing Into 2 HousesPolice in St. Cloud say a 27-year-old man was arrested for DWI late Wednesday night after he crashed into a two houses.
Police: Man Steals $400+ From Woman's Purse At TargetRichfield police are asking for the public's help to track down a man who stole hundreds of dollars from a woman's purse in a Target store. Police released photos of the suspect on their Facebook page Thursday afternoon.
Fake Bills Being Passed In Eden Prairie, GarrisonPhony money is making business owners in Eden Prairie and the Garrison-area furious. Fake $100 bills have shown up at some Eden Prairie business in the past month. The bills are clearly labeled "For Motion Picture Use Only" on the front and back.
Heinrich's Attorneys Ask For Evidence To Be Thrown OutThe man named a person of interest in the disappearance of Jacob Wetterling is expected to be back in federal court on Wednesday.
Dayton: Executive Action On Felon Voting Rights Not PossibleGov. Mark Dayton says he explored whether he could restore released felons' voting rights on his own.
South St. Paul Mother, 31, Charged In Death Of Infant DaughterA 31-year-old South St. Paul woman is charged in the death of her infant daughter, after she fell asleep with the girl and allegedly suffocated her.
Police: Suspect Sought In Minneapolis Catalytic Converter TheftPolice are looking for at least one suspect after a catalytic converter was stolen from a truck last Thursday morning in south Minneapolis.

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