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Police & Fire
My Thi Do, charged last week with leading Eden Prairie police on a high-speed chase, has now been charged with a similar incident five days earlier in Brooklyn Center.
Police say Timothy Lee Donovan Olson repeatedly strangled a woman at an Eden Prairie hotel when she refused to have sex with him or give him a ride home.
Police say My Thi Do fled through residential neighborhoods in Eden Prairie at speeds that reached 60 mph.
Abdirahman Elyas Abdullahi of Shakopee and Sulaiman Sharif Maye of Minneapolis stole a car from behind a Minneapolis store, then crashed it minutes later, according to police.
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Police say Phuoc Phong Le helped arrange sexual encounters between Twin Cities men and underage girls in Minneapolis.
Police say Paul Anthony Applegate and Sara Rose Wessbecker were selling meth from a hotel room in Burnsville.
Police say Frankie Dylan Dircks was under the influence of methadone and other drugs when he swerved into oncoming traffic and hit another vehicle head on.
Authorities say Terrell Steven Cunningham met the informant in Minneapolis and sold a quantity of what he said was cocaine to the informant for $100. The substance tested negative for the presence of cocaine.
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