The Cold Spring police officer who reportedly failed to get out of his squad car last November when Officer Tom Decker was shot and killed has resigned, city officials say.
The man arrested and released last year following the violent death of a Cold Spring police officer is once again behind bars.
The man arrested and released last year following the violent death of a Cold Spring police officer turned himself in Sunday after being accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend.
The man once accused in the death of a Cold Spring police officer has been accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend.
Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker was one of two officers who arrested Eric Thomes, now a person of interest in Decker’s murder, in a previous incident.
Now that Eric Thomes, who authorities describe as a “person of interest” in the murder of officer Tom Decker, is dead we may never know exactly what happened Nov. 29 outside Winners Bar in Cold Spring, Minn. For officer Decker’s family, his friends, and for the people of Cold Spring — there will likely always be questions.
Many townspeople in Cold Spring, Minn., said Friday that they think the Stearns County Sheriff’s Office owes 34-year-old Ryan Larson – the initial suspect in last year’s fatal officer shooting — a big apology.
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.
When Ryan Larson, the man who was arrested and then released after a Cold Spring officer was killed, returned to his apartment for the first time since being named a suspect, he said he was shocked at what he found.
Transcripts of 911 calls after the shooting of a Cold Spring police officer show a caller describing a “noisy black van” leaving the scene.
A reward of up to $100,000 is being offered for information regarding the shooting death of Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker.
When 34-year-old Ryan Michael Larson was released from custody, Stearns County officials said they lacked evidence of probable cause. At that moment, the Nov. 29 killing of Cold Spring police officer Thomas Decker became an even more troubling mystery. If Larson wasn’t responsible for the cold-blooded killing, who was?
The city of Cold Spring, Minn. is reacting to WCCO-TV’s exclusive interview with the person arrested then released after the death of one of their police officers.
Cold Spring officer Tom Decker was shot and killed late last month as he responded to a welfare check almost two weeks ago outside Winners Bar in Cold Spring.
The investigation into the shooting of Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker continues with no arrests and a murder weapon that still hasn’t been found. Meanwhile, we’re learning more about what happened last Thursday night when Decker was shot and killed.
Authorities are still searching for evidence that will lead to the person who killed Cold Spring police Officer Tom Decker.
A 31-year-old Cold Spring police officer who was known as a hometown boy and the department jokester will be laid to rest Wednesday.
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says Ryan Larson remains a suspect in the case of a fallen Cold Spring police officer. On Tuesday, he was released from custody because of a lack of evidence.
Of the thousands who braved the cold Tuesday evening in Cold Spring, there were many who had never met Officer Tom Decker, who died last week in what authorities called a surprise attack.
Members of the public who wish to honor Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker are being encouraged to pay respects along a procession route Wednesday morning. Up to 2,000 officers from around the country could attend Decker’s funeral.
The funeral for a Cold Spring police officer killed in the line of duty is set for Wednesday.
Minnesota authorities are still looking for the gun used to kill a Cold Spring police officer this week.
Employees at a Cold Spring business found about 16 pounds of cocaine after accidentally damaging a wooden pallet, authorities say.
A 40-year-old Cold Spring, Minn. man was injured in an ATV crash near Collegeville, Minn. late Sunday.
Police records show about 40 minutes went by from the time a principal discovered a student had a gun at a Stearns County school until she was able to reach the school’s police officer.