Sarah Horner / St. Paul Pioneer Press
ST.. PAUL — A St. Paul man accused of drunken driving and leaving the scene of three accidents he caused on the same night reportedly returned to his truck after the final collision to grab a pack of beer he left behind, authorities say. Then Anthony Steven Iverson cracked one of the cans open and started drinking it, according to the criminal complaint filed against him in Ramsey County District Court.
ST. PAUL — A St. Catherine University security guard has admitted to falsely accusing a black man of shooting him during an incident that sparked an extensive police manhunt for the made-up perpetrator this fall. On the same day Brent Patrick Ahlers was scheduled to be arraigned in Ramsey County District Court on allegations of falsely reporting a crime, the 35-year-old St. Louis Park man submitted a petition via mail to enter a guilty plea to the misdemeanor charge. By filing the petition, Ahlers didn't have to attend his Tuesday, Oct. 31, court hearing.
ST. PAUL — Michael Weigel's former partner woke up last December to a stunning email from her ex. "You will never live in peace. You will live in shame and embarrassment for the rest of your life," the email said, according to the excerpt the woman read in Ramsey County District Court on Tuesday, Oct. 3. It went on to detail how Weigel had plastered naked pictures of her that the two took while they were still a couple on her new boyfriend's Facebook page. The photos were attached in the email.
ST. PAUL — A former Marine who fired more than 20 rounds from a military-style assault rifle at two people he let into his downtown St. Paul apartment last spring was sentenced Tuesday, April 18 to three decades in prison. With his family and fellow Marines seated behind him, Scott Klund, 30, showed no outward display of emotion as Ramsey County District Judge John Guthmann sentenced the Duluth native to nearly 33 years in prison.
ST. PAUL—Allegations of bullying, badgering and threats flew in a Ramsey County courtroom Tuesday between a man heading toward trial for allegedly raping four women in St. Paul and the attorney assigned to defend him. Standing in front of the courtroom, public defender Bruce Wenger asked the judge March 14 to dismiss him as well as the public defender's office from Larry Griffin's case. He made the rare request, Wenger said, because of fears for his safety. Griffin, 39, is accused of raping four women in St. Paul late last year.
ST. PAUL — A St. Paul teenager faces murder charges after the infant she was baby-sitting died of injuries suffered while in her care. Tyanna Jabree Graham, 19, was charged Tuesday in Ramsey County District Court with unintentional second-degree murder in the death of the 5-month-old boy. Police responded to a home in the 2200 block of West Seventh Street early Saturday morning on a report that a child wasn't breathing.
MAPLEWOOD, Minn.—A St. Paul man who was reportedly part of a burglary ring that targets marijuana dealers pleaded guilty this month to killing a Maplewood father during a robbery gone wrong. Brandon Lamar Cooper, 30, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree unintentional murder during a hearing in Ramsey County District Court Jan. 10, according to court records. His attorney did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
WHITE BEAR LAKE, Minn. — A White Bear Lake man caught having sex inside a vehicle on the side of the road faces criminal charges after making a lewd comment to law enforcement and lunging and spitting at an officer, according to the criminal complaint. Alan Luces Krueger, 27, was charged Tuesday in Ramsey County District Court with one count of fourth-degree assault of a police officer and another of refusing to take a chemical test for the incident, according to the criminal complaint filed against him.