Ramsey County Court
A 27-year-old St. Paul man was convicted in Ramsey County Court Wednesday for his role in the Nov. 9, 2010, shooting death of then 28-year-old Joseph John Sanchez.
A 36-year-old St. Paul man was sentenced to 12 years in prison in Ramsey County Court on Wednesday in connection with a sexual assault case involving his then 13-year-old niece.
A 42-year-old man who is currently serving as a Washington County Commissioner entered an alford plea in Ramsey County Court Wednesday in connection with a domestic assault case going back to May of 2011.
A 26-year-old St. Paul man is accused of assaulting and threatening to kill his ex-girlfriend and her kids while her children were home, according to charges filed Friday in Ramsey County Court.
Renesha Irma Motten, 20, Jermain Ramone Beasely, 22 of St. Paul and De’Aries Calvin Collins, 18, were all charged Tuesday with aggravated first-degree robbery by the Ramsey County Attorney’s Office in connection with the incident.
A 40-year-old St. Paul man is accused of driving his two children around St. Paul while he was intoxicated on Tuesday, according to charges filed Friday in Ramsey County Court.
A South St. Paul mother who was charged in June for beating her daughter at school will spend 15 days in jail after being sentenced Thursday in Ramsey County Court.
A 22-year-old St. Paul woman who was a passenger in a car is accused of causing an April crash after she was drinking at a bar, according to charges filed Thursday in Ramsey County Court.
A 34-year-old man was sentenced to more than 13 years in prison in Ramsey County Court on Wednesday in connection with the Dec. 23, 2010, theft of a motor vehicle with a baby inside.
A 20-year-old man was convicted and sentenced to 30 years in prison Thursday in connection with the murder of a St. Paul man last September.
Michael Sherman was convicted of unintentional second-degree murder in the beating death of 44-year-old Lelia Kim Scott in his St. Paul apartment back in January.
Three days before a government shutdown the lawyers for the Attorney General’s Office, the Public Defender’s Office and Gov. Mark Dayton fought to keep funding for the judicial branch of government.