Man Sentenced For Running Over Wife With Vehicle While DrunkA Minnetonka Beach man has been sentenced to a four-year stayed prison sentence after being found guilty of criminal vehicular homicide in the death of his wife.
Man Guilty Of Running Over Wife With Vehicle While DrunkA Minnetonka Beach man was found guilty of criminal vehicular homicide after he ran over his wife with a vehicle while drunk last July. The guilty verdict against David Christopher Meder was declared Wednesday in Hennepin County court.
Minnesota Man Charged After Car Fatally Hits Wife Orono police say a Minnetonka Beach man was drunk when he fatally ran over his wife with his car. The Hennepin County attorney says David Meder is charged with criminal vehicular homicide or operating a motor vehicle with a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or more in 57-year-old Diane Meder's death.
Charges: Man Was Drunk When He Ran Over His WifeA 57-year-old man was drunk when he ran over his wife with a vehicle last week, according to recently filed criminal charges. Investigators said that David Christopher Meder was just getting home on the 2600 block of Arcola Lane in the city of Minnetonka Beach last Thursday when the accident happened.
Woman Hit, Killed By Car In Minnetonka Beach IdentifiedA woman who was hit by a car in Minnetonka Beach and later died has been identified. On Thursday night, police said a woman died after being hit by a car Thursday night in the west Twin Cities metro and the driver is in custody as alcohol may have been a factor in the incident.
1 In Custody After Woman Hit By Car, Killed In Minnetonka BeachPolice said a woman died after being hit by a car Thursday night in the west Twin Cities metro and the driver is in custody as alcohol may have been a factor in the incident.
FBI Investigating Deephaven Welfare Fraud DuoThe FBI is now investigating more claims against the self-declared "Scottish aristocrats" charged with welfare fraud – including the possibility they also defrauded members of a prominent Twin Cities church. The FBI has interviewed members of St. Martin's by-the-Lake Episcopal Church who say that Colin and Andrea Chisholm borrowed thousands of dollars from them, and offered worthless stock certificates as collateral.