There are seven juveniles in Minnesota who have been sentenced to life in prison without parole since the year 1996. All were sentenced on first-degree murder charges, among others.
It was a crime that changed the Twin Cities, state law and attitudes toward violence against women. But now the nine-time convicted rapist and killer behind the “Honeywell Ramp Murder” is up for parole in just a few days.
The Department of Corrections denied parole Monday for the man who killed a Robbinsdale police officer in 1985, saying Ronald Schneider has not shown he’s met the criteria required for release.
The Department of Corrections has denied parole for a man convicted of killing a Robbinsdale police officer in 1985.
A convicted cop killer was granted parole even though he was sentenced to a life sentence for the crime.
The Marshall man convicted of abducting and sexually assaulting a 14-year-old paper girl could be eligible for parole in nearly 34 years.
The man convicted of fatally stabbing an Eau Claire teenager and dumping his body by the Chippewa River will be eligible for parole in 20 years.