A Minnesota man who was convicted of killing two Iowa convenience store clerks in 2010 is now accused of trying to murder a prison inmate. According to the Iowa Department of Corrections, Michael Swanson, a St. Louis Park native, approached the seated inmate and slashed the man’s neck with an edged weapon.
A Minnesota man convicted of killing a convenience store clerk in Humboldt is expected to plead guilty to killing another clerk in Algona, prosecutors said Tuesday.
The state has rested its case against a Minnesota man charged with killing a convenience store clerk in northern Iowa.
Attorneys have agreed to a jury for the first-degree murder trial of a Minnesota man accused of killing an Iowa convenience store clerk in Humboldt.
A judge is considering a request to move the trial of a Minnesota teenager accused of killing two convenience store clerks in northern Iowa.
An attorney for a Minnesota teenager accused of killing two convenience store clerks in northern Iowa wants a judge to move the first of two trials because of pretrial publicity.
A Minnesota teenager charged with killing two convenience store clerks in Iowa plans to use the insanity defense.
A legal expert believes a Minnesota teenager who’s accused of two murders in Iowa will try to make a case for insanity and diminished capacity.