Roger Carl Pautz, 70, of Eagan was charged in the incident.
The women were arrested after a loss prevention supervisor at the Kohl's in Eagan saw them leave the store with purses full of merchandise.
A blown stop sign put the minivan in the path of a minivan driven by a Hudson man, according to media reports and the Wisconsin State Patrol.
The investigation into Anarae Schunk's death is ongoing.
Police released a photo of the suspect in the Bremer Bank robbery on Tuesday.
The Burger King robber offered some clues that didn’t exactly require the sleuthing skills of Sherlock Holmes.
Gasoline caught fire and spread to the car and garage.
A selection of incidents firefighters responded to over the past week.
Michael Regner Tray was 27 when he died.
A man died. No officers were hurt.
Shatara Laquanda Brown has been charged with issuance of a dishonored check.
Reid Christopher Ostlund has been charged with first-degree burglary.
Prosecutors have charged Stephanie Marie Deloye with felony criminal vehicular operation.
He was located near Denny’s, according to KARE 11.
Erik Martinez, 38, threatened another man and demanded his possessions after the victim said he didn’t want to buy any drugs.
“Not every stressed out parent is a child abuser. If you have been blessed with children, you most likely have been here. Parenting is not easy,” says Aine Bebeau, member of Washington County Child Protection Citizen Review Panel.
The damage may have been done over the weekend to the equipment parked near Brown's Creek Trail in Stillwater, according to police.
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John Louis Thompson III wrote a letter threatening the lives of his roommate's family and friends, according to a Hennepin County criminal complaint.
The customer ordered and paid for a cheese pizza before asking the Little Caesar's cashier for money.
The Minnesota Department of Corrections has now categorized Daniel J. Rossberg as a fugitive from justice.
Elk River Police attempted to track down a man after an employee at the T-Mobile store told dispatchers he was held up around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22.
The burglaries have happened during late-morning hours in homes that were unoccupied.
Selected calls to the Woodbury Public Safety Department from Oct. 9-15.
Erik Martinez, of Oakdale, threatened another man and demanded his possessions after the victim said he didn’t want to buy any drugs.