>>Police in Duluth Investigating Stabbing of Death of Woman and Shooting

(Duluth, MN) — Police are investigating the stabbing death of a woman in Duluth. Officers called to a report of gunshots and a stabbing around 2:15 a.m. today (Fri) and found an injured female. She was taken by ambulance to the hospital, where she died of her injuries. Investigators say a man arrived at the hospital with a gunshot wound a short time later and left against the advice of medical staff. No word yet on whether the two are related. The Duluth P-D is seeking more information from the public.

>>Judge Rules Minnesota State Trooper’s Defense May Call Use-Of-Force Expert For Testimony

(Minneapolis, MN) — A judge from Hennepin County has granted a defense motion to subpoena an independent use-of-force expert for the murder case against a Minnesota state trooper. Justice Tamara Glenn has ruled that Trooper Ryan Londregan’s lawyers have presented a credible argument for Jeffrey Noble to testify. Trooper Londregan has been charged with second-degree murder, manslaughter, and assault after he shot and killed Ricky Cobb the Second during a traffic stop last summer. His next court date is scheduled for April 29th.

>>Minnesota BCA Issues Endangered Missing Person Alert for St. Cloud Man

(St. Cloud, MN) — Authorities are looking for an endangered man from the St. Cloud area who has been missing for more than 30 days. The Minnesota B-C-A says 37-year-old Shane Wozney was last seen on February 11th. Officers say Wozney is deaf and communicates primarily with American Sign Language. He’s white, five feet 11 inches tall, weighs around 180 pounds and has brown hair and hazel eyes. Wozney usually wears a hat and has an eagle’s head tattoo on his back. Anyone with information should contact the St. Cloud Police Department.

>>Search Warrants Give More Information About Blue Earth County Dog Shooting

(Mankato, MN) — Search warrants have revealed more information about a dog shooting that occurred last month in Blue Earth County. The County Sheriff’s Office announced earlier this week that they have identified a suspect in the shooting that took place on March 30th. According to the search warrants filed on Tuesday, investigators are focusing on a neighbor who allegedly admitted to leaving threatening notes at several homes, asking dog owners to keep their pets from barking. The suspect is a U.S. Postal Service employee, and there have been several complaints regarding the notes he has left with customers on his route. The search warrants show that several firearms were found in his home, and the sheriff’s office is examining the dead dog to determine more about the gun used in the crime.

>>Revolution To Play Shows In Minneapolis For 40th Anniversary Of “Purple Rain”

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Revolution, the band that supported Prince on some of his most popular recordings, will return to the Minneapolis venue that helped them rise to fame. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of “Purple Rain,” The Revolution will perform at First Avenue on June 21st and 22nd. The band was formed in 1979 and was credited on three Prince albums, including the chart-topping soundtrack. Tickets for both performances went on sale at 11 o’clock this morning.


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