The tragedy and terror from the Newtown massacre was felt some 1,500 miles away by Cass County Sheriff Tom Burch. “After the incident at Sandy Hook, it really brought a new light to, you know, that this could come home really easily,” Burch said.
A district court judge has sentenced a 62-year-old woman on Monday for using her van to strike and kill her estranged husband at his rural northern Minnesota home. Helene Mitchell-Abraham, of Garrison, was found guilty of second-degree intentional murder and interference with a dead body in late May of this year.
A woman was critically injured after a car fell on her while she was changing a tire on the side of the road in Itasca County, Minn.
A sheriff in northcentral Minnesota says the woman wanted for questioning in her husband’s death has been located.