The man who pleaded guilty to running down two Army recruiters at a Roseville crosswalk last year was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison. In November, Enrico Taylor pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree assault and one count of second-degree assault over the Sept. 17 incident.
A Minneapolis man with a lengthy criminal record has pleaded guilty to running down two Army recruiters at a Roseville crosswalk in September, the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday.
The man accused of running down two Army recruiters with a Jeep last month in Roseville now faces two additional charges that could, following a conviction, add decades to his prison sentence.
The Army recruiter who was hit by a Jeep and carried underneath the vehicle for nearly a mile remains hospitalized, and his coworker hopes a fundraiser will help offset the financial challenges his family is facing.
Ramsey County Attorney John Choi calls it a disturbing and shocking case. A Minneapolis man with a lengthy criminal record ran down two Army recruiters at a Roseville crosswalk on Tuesday, dragging one of the men nearly three-quarters of a mile.