Man, 82, pleads guilty in shooting death of St. Michael-Albertville teacher

An 82-year-old Burbank Township man pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a beloved St. Michael-Albertville special needs teacher. Delbert Huber was accused of shooting Timothy Larson, 43, at Huber's Kandiyohi County farm last year after a confrontation. Court documents said Huber shot Larson over $50 and some missing farm parts.
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An 82-year-old Burbank Township man pleaded guilty Friday to second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of a beloved St. Michael-Albertville special needs teacher. Delbert Huber was accused of shooting Timothy Larson, 43, at Huber's Kandiyohi County farm last year after a confrontation. Court documents said Huber shot Larson over $50 and some missing farm parts.

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