A Minnesota man who was convicted of killing two Iowa convenience store clerks in 2010 is now accused of trying to murder a prison inmate. According to the Iowa Department of Corrections, Michael Swanson, a St. Louis Park native, approached the seated inmate and slashed the man’s neck with an edged weapon.
A Twin Cities teenager who’s admitted to killing two women in Iowa has been sentenced to life in prison and pleaded guilty to a second murder.
A Minnesota man has been found guilty of killing a convenience store clerk in northern Iowa. The jury reached their verdict almost immediately after they began deliberations Thursday.
The state has rested its case against a Minnesota man charged with killing a convenience store clerk in northern Iowa.
The friend of an accused murderer said he knew something bad was going to happen shortly before two women were shot and killed in Iowa in November.
The first trial begins Monday for a Minnesota teenager accused of murdering two convenience store clerks in Iowa last year.
The first of two trials for a Minnesota teenager charged in the slayings of two Iowa convenience store clerks is scheduled to begin Monday in Carroll County.
Funerals for two clerks killed during robberies at convenience stores in northern Iowa will be held next week.
The families of two clerks killed during robberies at convenience stores in northern Iowa are grasping for answers about why they died.