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Woman sentenced to 15 years for aiding in the killing of Anarae Schunk

A woman who pleaded guilty to aiding in the killing of Anarae Schunk was sentenced to 15 years in prison Tuesday.

Ashley M. Conrade, of Rosemount, pleaded guilty to charges of aiding an offender, and agreed to testify against her co-defendant and former boyfriend Shavelle Chavez-Nelson – in exchange, she avoided first- and second-degree murder charges, … 196 more words

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Bystander shot as argument in downtown restaurant turns into brawl

A bystander was shot after an argument broke out among several customers at a restaurant in downtown Minneapolis in the early hours of Saturday.

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Rise in homicide, rape lead to 8 percent violent crime spike in Hennepin Co.

Violent crime rose in Hennepin County last year – including a significant increase in homicides.

There was an 8 percent rise in violent crime in Minnesota’s largest county in 2015, the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office announced Friday, which it says is part of a “national trend” not just confined to the Twin Cities. 238 more words

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'Eccentric' British activist and travel writer's death declared suspicious by Romanian authorities

BUCHAREST, Romania — Romanian police have classified the death of a British travel writer as suspicious, almost a month after his decomposing body was found in his Bucharest apartment. 156 more words

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One man suspected in six bank robberies

Investigators suspect the same man is responsible for a series of half a dozen bank robberies in the eastern Twin Cities dating back to last summer. 183 more words

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New School, New Boyfriend.

UPDATE UPDATE UPDATE.

I officially am better at taking breaks from blogging then actually blogging.

BUT DO NOT FEAR my lovelies, i am back. Maybe for a post or two hopefully longer. 523 more words

Two charged with fraud over alleged immigration scam

Two people from B.C. have been charged in Saskatchewan after allegedly masquerading as immigration consultants and forging job offer letters.

Qi Wang, 41, and Yujuan Cui, 40, are each facing seven charges, including document forgery, using forged documents, counselling people to misrepresent facts to immigration officers, giving immigration advice without being licensed to do so, and possessing $5,000 or more obtained by committing an indictable offence. 360 more words

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