On January 1st, the Roseau County Sheriff’s Department responded to a shooting at 27899 County Road #4 near Badger, MN.
Investigators say that 57-year-old Angelo Oluf Borreson told a 911 operator and also a responding officer that he “had shot her.”
When investigators walked up to the van, they say they found Angela Wynne’s body inside.
Borreson told investigators that Wynne came to his house to help him get gas for his car that morning. Court documents indicate that Borreson was not ready to leave the house when Wynne showed up. Borreson told investigators that Wynne was yelling at him to hurry up.
Borreson told investigators that he grabbed a loaded shotgun, went outside and pointed the gun at Wynne because he wanted her to leave.
Borreson admitted that he fired into the driver’s side window of the car, knew he had hit Wynne and walked into the house to call 911.
An autopsy determined that Wynne died as a result of multiple gunshot wounds.
A bus attached to a small white trailer lost traction and began sliding sideways through an intersection down a road, Saturday in Minnesota.
The video, taken by Neil D. Marriot, shows the bus slowly gliding parallel down Eden Prairie Road, taking up both lanes with a trailer jackknifing behind it.
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My 12 year old son Jonathan is extremely color blind. Today in his science class at the amazing Lakeview Schools, his fellow color blind principal, Scott Hanson changed his life by sharing his color blind glasses. This is what true leadership looks like in practice my friends 💗
COTTONWOOD, Minn. (KLAS) — The world got a little brighter for 12-year Jonathan Jones on Thursday, Nov. 21 when the color-blind boy tried on a special pair of glasses that allowed him to see color for the first time in his life.
According to Jones’s mother Carole, she was asked by a science teacher at his Cottonwood, Minnesota school to come in and witness the moment; the students were studying color-blindness in class.
The Ramsey County Medical Examiner identified the man who died during the incident as 34-year-old Noah Ante Erickson of White Bear Lake. The man died of suicide due to a gunshot wound, according to the medical examiner.
Early Monday morning, Erickson kidnapped a woman at gunpoint from the parking lot of her Maplewood workplace and forced her to drive them to her St. Paul residence. There, sources say he tied up the victim and a housemate and sexually assaulted one of them. The suspect then stole a vehicle from the home and fled. Once free, one of the female victims called 911 to report what had happened.
Erickson abandoned the woman’s vehicle in a Cottage Grove neighborhood and carjacked another vehicle at gunpoint from a man in that neighborhood.
Erickson then abandoned the second vehicle a few blocks away and entered a nearby home. There were two adults and two children inside at the time. Erickson held the couple at gunpoint and, a short time later, he stole a pickup truck from the home.
He drove around police barricades and across yards, eventually crashing into a tree several houses away. Erickson then exited the vehicle and “exchanged gunfire during a confrontation with law enforcement before turning the gun on himself,” officials said.
A man in Richfield MN live streamed a police chase he was in….that resulted in an OIS…he was killed in shooting pic.twitter.com/xr5voeaUBe— SacKat (@sachibub10) September 8, 2019
WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT The driver, identified as Brian Quinones, was gunned down after a 12 minute police chase which was shared on Facebook
It started when the driver was seen running a red light, according to reports in the US.
When he got out, he was wielding a knife, prompting officers to open fire in Richfield, Minnesota, it is claimed.
Video shared on the Facebook page of Brian J. Quinones shows the driver refuse to stop as police lights flashed in the background.
He appeared calm throughout, and at various stages is shown singing along to music.
Whether its Cambodian larb, Afghan kebabs, or Ecuadorian llapingachos, Minneapolis and St. Paul offer a global food tour without leaving Minnesota.
For the past five years, my partner Andrew and I have made our living bouncing around the world, exploring new countries, eating delicious things, and writing about them. So when we finally decided to put down roots, we needed a place that felt both culturally rich and culinarily diverse. Continue at Source: Where to Eat in the Twin Cities, And Taste the World