Four of the five people indicted in U.S. District Court earlier this year in an alleged gun straw purchasing conspiracy have pleaded guilty. Last week, Keniko Bland, 20, pleaded guilty to illegally receiving a firearm. And earlier this month, Diontre Hill, 21, and Raheem Watkins, 21, both pleaded guilty to charges of being felons in Read more →
More than a month after he was acquitted of a terrorist threats charge, Kevin Lavern Briggs, 56, says he finally got his gun and his permit back. Briggs was ordered to surrender his Kel-tec 9mm pistol and his permit to carry last year, after he was charged in connection with an incident which occurred on Read more →
Man shot by ex-girlfriend’s dad acquitted Read more →
A judge delivers a lesson to a young father guilty of theft. Read more →
In the wee hours of the morning on Feb. 3, Amos McGhee, 56, was roused from a deep sleep by his 21-year-old daughter Amy who came into his room crying and screaming. McGhee said it sounded like his daughter’s abusive boyfriend was in the house. So he got dressed, grabbed a loaded .22 caliber pistol Read more →
People who seek political asylum in this country must show they face persecution or even death in their homeland because of religious, political or ethnic differences with the government there. Read more →
The suspect allegedly punched the officer in the face, leaving a mark, and spit at the officer’s partner.
Willie Mack Hervey died five years after he was assaulted by a man who hit him with his own vehicle.
A Minneapolis man has been charged with making terroristic threats against Metro Transit Police chief John Harrington.
The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office says a 34-year-old man sent threatening text messages to his ex-girlfriend and posted threatening comments on his Facebook page, then took a 9mm handgun to her house.