Brooklyn Park murder suspect received rape charge summons -- by mail

Days before the triple homicide that stunned Brooklyn Park last month, Eddie Matthew Mosley received a summons -- in the mail -- at his St. Louis home, informing him that he'd been charged with rape in Minnesota and would have to appear in a Wright County court. Police say he drove to Minnesota and killed three. Now the victims' relatives are asking: Why wasn't he arrested on the rape charge?
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Days before the triple homicide that stunned Brooklyn Park last month, Eddie Matthew Mosley received a summons -- in the mail -- at his St. Louis home, informing him that he'd been charged with rape in Minnesota and would have to appear in a Wright County court. Police say he drove to Minnesota and killed three. Now the victims' relatives are asking: Why wasn't he arrested on the rape charge?

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