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Court: Crookston cop whose stolen squad car was in fatal crash can be sued

The Minnesota Court of Appeals has upheld a wrongful death lawsuit against a Minnesota police officer who left his unattended squad car’s engine running, only to see a suspect steal the vehicle and cause a fatal crash a few blocks away. 243 more words

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Ruling: Cop Can Be Sued For Stolen Squad Car's Role In Fatal Crash

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A Crookston, Minnesota, police officer whose stolen squad car was involved in a fatal crash in 2011 is now facing a civil lawsuit. 110 more words

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Supreme Court Reinstates Priest's Sex Misconduct Conviction

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Supreme Court has reinstated a sexual misconduct conviction for a St. Paul priest accused of having sex with a woman who was seeking his spiritual advice. 118 more words

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Kidnapper/robber loses his appeal

ST. PAUL, Minn. – A man convicted of kidnapping and 1st degree aggravated robbery in Olmsted County has lost his appeal.

Authorities say in June of 2013, 33-year-old Ernesto Veraza and another man picked up the victim from work and drove him out into a rural area.  188 more words

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Minnesota Court of Appeals Upholds County’s Denial of EAW Petition for Minnesota Church Camp

On February 17, 2015, the Minnesota Court of Appeals affirmed the Crow Wing County Board of Commissioners’ determination not to prepare an Environmental Assessment Worksheet (EAW) in connection with an amended conditional use permit authorizing a new church camp on Arrowhead Lake. 322 more words

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Appeal rejected in fatal Mower County crash

ST. PAUL, Minn. – A Mower County man convicted in a deadly crash has lost his case before the Minnesota Court of Appeals.

46-year-old Jason David Fredrickson of Dexter was charged with six counts of criminal vehicular homicide after a single-vehicle accident in February 2012 where he was severely injured and two other people died.  345 more words

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Man loses appeal over criminal sexual conduct

ST. PAUL, Minn. – A Rochester man convicted of criminal sexual conduct with a home care worker has lost his case at the Minnesota Court of Appeals. 199 more words

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