Authorities have released surveillance photos of a man wanted in connection to shooting death of a man in Annandale in late September.
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.
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.
Charges have been filed against two teens accused of being involved in the death of an Annandale man over the weekend.
Annandale Police say two people have been arrested Sunday in connection with a 42-year-old man’s death last week.
Police say the 42-year-old man found dead in an Annandale home Saturday morning was murdered. The body of Kyle Greene was discovered inside of a residence on Poplar Avenue North Saturday morning. According to Annandale Police Chief Jeff Herr, the Midwest Medical Examiner’s office ruled Greene’s death a homicide, but Herr did not elaborate. Anyone with information is asked to call the Annandale Police or Wright County Sheriff’s Office at 763-682-1162.
If you missed the March-Madness delayed High School Sports Rally Friday night, don’t fret. We’ve got all the highlights — and some excellent stories — in the video below.
When a team makes it to the state basketball tournament, the town usually follows.
Authorities say the body of a missing snowmobiler has been found in Wright County. The 19-year-old from Annandale went riding on Thursday afternoon at about 4 p.m., authorities said.
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One area where the water’s really been on the rise is in Stearns County in central Minnesota. We don’t think of sandbagging as a summertime chore, but that’s what a number of cabin owners are being forced to do.
It’s more work than rest at many central Minnesota lake homes and cabins, because unusually high water levels are submerging docks that were left out over winter.
The death of a 63-year-old man, who was found dead inside a mobile home after a fire, has been ruled a homicide.
Police in Annandale are investigating what killed a man who was found dead after firefighters were called to his home on Sunday afternoon.