Two men in Minnesota, ages 34 and 30, were recently accused of committing serious crimes, including drug possession. They have also been charged with driving while intoxicated. Their arrests for committing both felonies and misdemeanors occurred following traffic stops by Minnesota State police.
Two individuals were recently arrested for allegedly committing several serious crimes in Minnesota. Specifically, they reportedly committed the felonies of assault, aggravated robbery and burglary. The two individuals facing these charges are a 38-year-old man and a 27-year-old woman.
A man in Minnesota was accused earlier this year of killing an 8-year-old boy due to operating a snowmobile while intoxicated. A jury recently found the 45-year-old man guilty of the multiple felony and misdemeanor charges filed against him in connection with the accident. The felonies he was accused of committing include criminal vehicular homicide (two counts) and murder in the third degree. Meanwhile, the misdemeanors include driving while intoxicated and the criminal operation of a vehicle.
A man in Minnesota was recently accused of striking the face of a legislative candidate while they were discussing politics on a Friday night. The man now faces both felony and misdemeanor charges in connection with the incident. However, just because a person is formally accused of felonies or misdemeanors does not mean that he or she is automatically guilty. Instead, the person is presumed innocent unless and until his or her guilt is proved in a court of law.
Three people are facing criminal charges associated with a robbery and assault that reportedly took place in late September in Minnesota. So far, two of the individuals have been taken into custody for allegedly committing both felonies and misdemeanors. Meanwhile, a warrant was issued for the third one.
Two individuals in Minnesota were recently accused of committing tax-related crimes. They now face felony charges as a result. However, anybody accused of committing felonies in Minnesota is always presumed innocent until and unless proved guilty in a court of law.
A man in Minnesota was recently taken into custody for allegedly committing a robbery. The man is also said to have physically struck the man he robbed. However, those who are accused of committing felonies such as robberies are always presumed innocent until their guilt can be proved in a court of law.
A man in Minnesota currently faces felony charges related to drinking and driving. The man is also accused of impersonating a police officer. However, those facing criminal charges for felonies in Minnesota are always presumed innocent until and unless their guilt is proved in court and beyond a reasonable doubt.
A 35-year-old man was recently arrested in Minnesota in connection with a serious drug crime. He now faces a felony drug charge. Anyone charged with felonies in Minnesota has the right to vigorously defend themselves against these types of charges.
A woman in Minnesota has been accused of pilfering more than $40,000 from an automated teller machine at her former place of employment -- a gas station. She now faces a felony charge of theft via swindling as a result. However, those charged with felonies in Minnesota retain the right to fight these charges vigorously in the criminal justice system.