A college athlete believed to be killed by her boyfriend was honored Saturday at the University of Minnesota-Duluth.
A newly released police report is shedding more light on what happened to a Minnesota woman killed by her ex-boyfriend. Mandy Matula disappeared last May after getting into a car with her ex-boyfriend.
The University of Minnesota Duluth Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has set up a fund in memory of former Bulldog softball player Mandy Matula. The UMD Softball 1 Four Mandy Matula Fund was established in partnership with Matula’s family. The fund will provide financial support for the Bulldog softball program. Matula was a starting pitcher and utility player with the Bulldogs from the 2007 through 2010 seasons.
Friends and teammates of murder victim Mandy Matula gathered Sunday in an effort to raise awareness for domestic violence. Matula disappeared in May after leaving her house with her ex-boyfriend, David Roe, in Eden Prairie. Roe killed himself before police could question him.
Family and friends came together to remember Mandy Matula Sunday.
The family of Mandy Matula is spending Monday balancing a sense of closure with unspeakable grief. After months of wondering what happened to her, they’re spending the day visiting the site where her body was found.
The brother of a 24-year-old Minnesota woman who went missing last spring says his family felt some relief when they heard that human remains were discovered Saturday.
Human remains were found in a Stearns County park on Saturday afternoon. According to authorities, the remains were found in a shallow grave by a hiker shortly after 1 p.m. at Mississippi County Park. The identity and gender of the remains are unclear. The Stearns County Sheriff’s office is working with Eden Prairie Police and the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to determine if the remains are those of 24-year-old Mandy Matula, who went missing back in May.
Hikers, hunters and other outdoor enthusiasts are asked to be mindful of an investigation into the disappearance of a 24-year-old woman, who’s been missing since May, as they’re out along the Mississippi River in central Minnesota.
The family of a missing Eden Prairie woman is holding out hope that she’ll return alive. Mandy Matula was last seen four months ago Saturday. After dozens of searches, there’s still no sign of the woman. Her boyfriend committed suicide on his way in to be questioned by police.
Saturday’s 5K was a run that carried a much deeper meaning than exercise. The “5K for Dani J” race was for Danielle Jelinek, who was found dead near her boyfriend Aaron Schnagl’s home in May. Schnagl’s in jail on drug charges. The event had her name all over it — from the fast tunes to the footwork.
Her family is busy organizing Saturday’s first annual “5K for Dani J.” It will take place at Colby Lake in Woodbury, a place she knew well.
More than 2,000 people turned out Monday night to support the family of a young woman who’s been missing for more than a month. Mandy Matula, 24, disappeared May 1. Her boyfriend, David Roe, killed himself after Eden Prairie Police called him in for questioning. A quick glance and it seemed like a festive occasion at Prairie Pub in Eden Prairie, where Mandy worked and was last seen.
The family of a missing Eden Prairie woman is holding a fundraiser Monday to help fund ongoing search efforts. Mandy Matula disappeared more than a month ago. Her family said she was last seen with her on-again, off-again boyfriend, David Roe.
The search continues at 10 a.m. Saturday for a missing Eden Prairie woman. Mandy Matula has been missing since last Wednesday after she was seen with her ex-boyfriend David Roe.