4th Precinct Inspector On Paid Leave Pending InvestigationThe Minneapolis Police inspector in charge of the city's 4th Precinct is on leave amid an investigation.
Partial Verdict Reached In Mpls. Officer's Assault TrialA Federal grand jury was unable to come to a unanimous verdict after five days of deliberation in the case of a Minneapolis officer accused of assaulting at least four people in two separate bar fights in downtown Minneapolis.
Takedown Move Used On Jamar Clark Under ScrutinyA deep community divide remains over how the Jamar Clark case has been handled one day after the announcement that two officers involved in his shooting death would not be charged.
Mayor Hodges, Chief Harteau, Police Union Head Respond To Jamar Clark RulingMinneapolis mayor, police chief and the president of the police officers union responded Wednesday to the Hennepin County Attorney's ruling that the two officers involved in the November 2015 shooting death of Jamar Clark will not face charges.
Timeline Of The Jamar Clark CaseThe officer-involved shooting death of Jamar Clark last November has rocked Minnesota. It sparked a nearly 20-day protest outside of Minneapolis Police’s 4th Precinct Building, led by the group Black Lives Matter.
Civil Rights Groups Call Harteau's Comments 'Troubling'Civil rights groups said Friday they find comments made by the Minneapolis Police Department chief to be "troubling."
Chief Harteau Issues Warning Ahead Of Jamar Clark RulingMinneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau issued a statement on Thursday as a ruling from the Hennepin County attorney is looming on possible charges against the officers involved in the deadly shooting of Jamar Clark.
Critics, Supporters Fill Reappointment Hearing For Mpls. Police Chief HarteauMinneapolis residents packed city council chambers Wednesday to speak out about the reappointment of Police Chief Janeé Harteau. Statements from people were mixed at the public hearing that was a continuation from last week.
Officers Who Stopped Suicidal Man Among Community Award RecipientsThe Minneapolis Police Department awarded Tuesday the highest honors to officers and community members who made a difference this past year.
DOJ To Conduct Investigation Into 4th Precinct OccupationCity leaders in Minneapolis have requested federal authorities in the Department of Justice to conduct and investigation into the November occupation of the police department's 4th Precinct.
Mpls. Police Union Files Grievances Over 2 Officer FiringsFor the second time in less than a week, we are learning of a Minneapolis police officer who has been fired -- and the department will not say why. Officer Blayne Lehner, the subject of a police brutality lawsuit in federal court, was let go last Friday.
Mpls. Police Officer Fired After Misconduct AllegationsWCCO has learned a second Minneapolis police officer has been fired over accusations he went too far during an arrest. Officer Blayne Lehner was on the force for nearly twenty years. He also served as a director on the board of the Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis.