St. Louis man faces first-degree murder charges in Brooklyn Park killings

A grand jury indicted Eddie Mosley on nine counts of first-degree murder for the April killings of a Brooklyn Park day care provider and her elderly parents. He's expected to appear in court Friday.
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A grand jury indicted Eddie Mosley on nine counts of first-degree murder for the April killings of a Brooklyn Park day care provider and her elderly parents. He's expected to appear in court Friday.

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