A young woman who lied to a grand jury about raising money for men who left Minnesota to join a terrorist group in Somalia was actually involved in the conspiracy herself — and warned the men to be careful in case the FBI was listening, prosecutors said during her sentencing hearing Tuesday.
Cook County’s top prosecutor will be prosecuted himself. Tim Scannell is charged with getting too close to a teenage girl, and faces two felony counts of fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct.
Prosecutors have dismissed the sex abuse case against a former teacher at a Minnesota boarding school.
While the search for Kira Trevino’s body continues, prosecutors say her husband, who was charged with her murder, poses a flight risk.
Doug Hood is a Mankato businessman, and a friend of Todd Hoffner. “We are elated,” Hood said.
Prosecutors who’ve charged Minneapolis cop, Sgt. David Clifford, with first-degree assault want his lawyer to stop speaking publicly about the case.
As part of a new law recently signed by Gov. Mark Dayton, Minnesota prosecutors now have the right to carry firearms — even in the courthouse.
Minnesota prosecutors have new authority to arm themselves on duty.
The Minnesota Legislature has given overwhelming approval to legislation allowing prosecutors to carry a firearm on duty as long as they have a permit.
Federal prosecutors want fallen auto mogul Denny Hecker’s girlfriend put away for the full amount of prison time she faces.