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Duluth man's death in police shootout mirrors his brother's killing

Luke Anderson died Friday in a shootout with police in Superior. His death was similar to that of his older brother, who was killed in a police shootout six years ago after fleeing Minnesota for Alaska.
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Luke Anderson died Friday in a shootout with police in Superior. His death was similar to that of his older brother, who was killed in a police shootout six years ago after fleeing Minnesota for Alaska.

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