Bureau Of Criminal Apprehension
The Minneapolis Police Department has named the officer who was driving the SUV involved in a collision last week in Uptown that killed a 24-year-old motorcyclist and injured his passenger.
A crime alert was canceled within hours of being issued Monday after a Duluth boy went missing.
Authorities in the north Twin Cities metro are asking for the public’s help in locating a Princeton man who went missing on Monday.
The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has issued a Missing Endangered Person Alert for an 18-year-old Woodbury teen.
A new clue has led investigators to a lake that may help them find a Kira Trevino, a St. Paul woman who was last seen Feb. 21. Her husband Jeffrey faces charges in her death.
Authorities are asking for the public’s help to find an Ortonville man who is accused of murdering his wife in October of 2011.
Minnesota sheriffs have issued a record number of permits to people who want to carry handguns in public, with 31,657 permits granted in 2012.
Just last week, an 8-month-old Minneapolis boy kidnapped from his home was found safe after an Amber Alert. You may have seen the alert posted on highway signs, or even been notified on your cell phone.
Wednesday’s quick and safe recovery of an abducted 8-month-old Minneapolis child was not only the first time an Amber Alert was sent to Minnesota cell phones, but it was the first time in the United States that a cell phone alert successfully helped recover a missing child.
The mayor of Sauk Rapids was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages.
Authorities say a man who died in a crash following a police chase killed his elderly father in Austin before the pursuit began.
Authorities identified Friday the 83-year-old man who was shot and killed by police following a welfare-check-turned-shooting in North Mankato the day prior.
A Department of Natural Resources employee accessed the driving and motor vehicle records of about 5,000 Minnesotans without authorization, the agency said Tuesday.
Authorities say they have a new update in the investigation into the murder of a Cold Spring police officer. Officer Tom Decker was shot and killed in the line of duty last November.
Authorities are looking for a man they believed stole a credit and used it to make purchases at several Twin Cities stores, including the Best Buy in Richfield.