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Three individuals facing felony level charges for burglary

Burglary is a serious crime that in some cases can be considered a felony. In one recent incident, three individuals have been accused of breaking in and stealing from a church in Minnesota. The individuals were approached by a Minnesota State Patrol officer on a routine traffic stop at 3:30 in the morning while patrolling an area that had been the target of several thefts in the days before. A local police officer was also on scene.

Former Minnesota quarterback faces felony assault charge

According to authorities, a former quarterback spent a weekend in police custody after engaging in a physical altercation outside a bar in southern Minnesota. The 20-year-old former Minnesota Gophers quarterback was apprehended by police for allegedly kicking a 24-year-old man, a former Minnesota State Mankato linebacker, in the head while the 24-year-old was lying down on the ground. The incident culminated in assault charges for one of the athletes.

MN teen faces first degree assault, robbery charges

According to recent charges filed in Ramsey County District Court, a 16-year-old St. Paul boy is facing first degree assault, first degree robbery and crime benefiting a gang charges for allegedly jumping on a 27-year-old man's face. Even though the 16-year-old is a minor, he was certified as an adult and if convicted, faces over two decades behind bars.

Felony theft charge filed against former Morrison County employee

According to Morrison County authorities, a former county employee who worked in the capacity of an executive assistant is facing criminal charges. The woman was employed in the administration department since 1979 and was the only one responsible for the county's cell phone account.

Seventeen-year-old teen faces murder charge

According to the St. Paul Police Department, a 17-year-old recently was charged in Ramsey County District Court with second-degree murder and crime committed for the benefit of a gang. Both charges faced by the teen are felonies and, if he is found guilty, the convictions will carry a long prison sentence.

Police apprehend suspect in Minnesota bank robbery, bomb scare

A felony charge comes with the potential for higher penalties as compared to misdemeanor cases in St. Paul, Minnesota. Persons who are accused of felonies will need to have a strong defense strategy to ensure that their rights are protected and that they will not suffer substantial punishment. For a man accused of causing fear in Stillwater after allegedly threatening the downtown area with a bomb threat in order to commit a bank robbery, the defense strategy will be the key to his future.

New law eases road for Minnesota job seekers with convictions

One problem faced by previously convicted felons is finding places of employment once they're back in the general population. Here in St. Paul and across the state, some employers may be too quick to judge. This poses a hindrance for former convicts who wish to earn a living and re-integrate themselves back into society after facing the penalties for the criminal charges they've already served.

Accused armed robber to represent himself in federal trials

The judge presiding in the "Man in Black" bank robberies case wants to make sure the defendant knows that representing himself in court may not be the wisest move. The defendant faces federal criminal charges after a string of armed bank robberies and other felonies across Minnesota starting in 2011. He is being tried in U.S. District Court in St. Paul.

A Facebook post may result in criminal charges in Minnesota

For many people in St. Paul, social media is an accessible way to communicate with other people. Of all the social networking websites, Facebook is one of the most popular and it is a place where people can communicate, post their status and share photos. However, along with the true purpose of Facebook comes the responsibility to properly use it. Improper or inaccurate use may result in criminal charges.

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