1st-Degree Murder Charges In Schunk KillingA grand jury in Dakota County has indicted two people for first-degree murder in the death of a University of Minnesota student who was stabbed to death in a Rosemount town house. Shavelle Oscar Chavez-Nelson, 32, and Ashley Marie Conrade, 24, were also indicted for second-degree murder in the death of 20-year-old Anarae Schunk.
2 Charged In Stabbing Death Of ‘U' StudentA romantic couple were charged Friday in the death of a University of Minnesota student last fall. Shavelle Oscar Chavez-Nelson, 32, and Ashley Marie Conrade, 24, were both charged with second-degree intentional murder, according to the Dakota County Attorney's Office.
Charges Expected In Death Of Minnesota StudentProsecutors in Dakota County plan to charge two people in the death of a University of Minnesota student who went missing last fall. The body of AnaRae Schunk was found in a ditch south of Minneapolis, days after she was last seen at a Burnsville bar on Sept. 22 with her ex-boyfriend and another woman.
Minn. Man Indicted In Fatal Shooting Outside BarA Rosemount man faces a first-degree murder charge in a fatal shooting outside a bar last month. Dakota County Attorney James Backstrom says a grand jury Thursday indicted 31-year-old Anthony Lee Nelson on first- and second-degree murder charges.
Memorial Held For 'U' Student Found Dead In LonsdaleA memorial service was held Sunday afternoon for a University of Minnesota student found dead more than a week after she went missing. Anarae Schunk, 20, was found dead Monday in a ditch near Lonsdale. Her loved ones held a memorial at the Burnsville Performing Arts Center. They said she'll be remembered for her passion, wit and compassion. Police believe she died at a Rosemount townhouse where she went with her ex-boyfriend and his girlfriend after they left Nina's Grill in Burnsville two weeks ago.
Memorial Service Sunday For Minnesota StudentA public memorial service is being planned for a University of Minnesota student who was found dead more than a week after she went missing. Family members of Anarae Schunk say the memorial will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Burnsville Performing Arts Center.
Police: Anarae Schunk Likely Died Day Of Bar ShootingRosemount Police, which is leading the investigation into the death of Anarae Schunk, said she likely died in Rosemount the same day her ex-boyfriend is accused of fatally shooting a man outside a Burnsville bar.
Police: Body Found In Lonsdale Was Missing 'U' StudentInvestigators say the body that was found early Monday evening in Lonsdale is that of a missing University of Minnesota student.
Family Searches Again For Missing U of M StudentFamily members and volunteers are searching again in the southern Twin Cities suburbs for a University of Minnesota student who's been missing since the night her ex-boyfriend killed another man outside a Burnsville bar. Anna Rae Schunk reconnected with Shavelle Chavez-Nelson, 31, in hopes of recovering a $5,000 loan he never repaid, but it may have been a fatal mistake for the 20-year-old. Schunk’s brother says police told their family they found his sister's white jacket with a U of M logo, covered with blood and 18 to 20 holes that may indicate she was stabbed.
Authorities Believe Missing 'U' Student Is DeadPolice say they have new evidence that has led them to believe a missing University of Minnesota student is no longer alive. Anarae Schunk has been missing for more than a week. She was last seen with her ex-boyfriend outside a Burnsville bar.
Volunteers Search In Lilydale, Rosemount For Missing U of M StudentFamily members of 20-year-old Anarae Schunk are combing an area near the Mississippi River for her body, according to the Facebook page created for her search effort. People are searching for the missing University of Minnesota student near Pickerel Lake in Lilydale, as well as areas in the vicinity of Highway 46 near Rosemount and Farmington. Burnsville Police told Schunk’s family Saturday that they are certain she's dead. They have not yet disclosed what evidence points to that conclusion.