Updated:
Original:

St. Paul man admits guilt in 3-day attack

Branden J. Fourre, 22, pleaded guilty in Ramsey County District Court on Thursday to kidnapping and second-degree assault in a Jan. 28-31 attack on his girlfriend. He faces up to eight years in prison. According to charges, Fourre accused the woman of infidelity, bound her and repeatedly yelled at her, put a shotgun to her head and beat her with a pool stick.
Author:

Branden J. Fourre, 22, pleaded guilty in Ramsey County District Court on Thursday to kidnapping and second-degree assault in a Jan. 28-31 attack on his girlfriend. He faces up to eight years in prison. According to charges, Fourre accused the woman of infidelity, bound her and repeatedly yelled at her, put a shotgun to her head and beat her with a pool stick.

Next Up

Gopher Hockey

Watch: No-call lifts Gophers to OT victory over St. Cloud State

A blatant hook marred a top-four battle in St. Cloud.

Ambulance hospital emergency

Driver killed after crashing into parked semi-trailer

The crash occurred on the 5800 block of University Avenue Northeast.

Mike Zimmer

Vikings-Panthers: 5 things you can count on happening

The Vikings will look to open things up in Carolina.

Tanner Morgan/Gopher Football

Morgan's resurgence, Nebraska's miscues help Gophers hold on

The Gophers quarterback threw a pair of touchdowns in a 30-23 victory.

Tina Smith

Sen. Tina Smith warns Dems she may not vote for budget bill if climate plan dropped

This comes amid a White House effort to get its "Build Back Better" plan passed.

Pixabay - emergency room ambulance hospital

St. Paul man dies six days after crash on I-94

The Hennepin County Medical Examiner has identified the man as David Rodney Hardaway.

police lights squad car dark - Unsplash

Double murder in northeastern Minnesota, suspect kills himself after chase

The suspect died at the scene from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

chaska school fight

Anti-masker involved in school board meeting fight charged with assault

It happened last month at an Eastern Carver County Schools hearing.

Marcus Foligno

Marcus Foligno throws hands, scores game-winning goal in Wild's opener

The Wild forward scored with 7.2 seconds left to beat Anaheim.

Related

St. Paul man charged with brutal 15 hour assault

Sonny James Drury was charged Thursday with felony domestic assault and false imprisonment after an Oct. 7th incident where he ordered his girlfriend into her car and repeatedly assaulted her. The woman says Drury was upset about an impending return to prison.

St. Paul student, 16, admits to school lunchroom pipe attack

A 16-year-old St. Paul boy has admitted to striking a fellow student with a metal pipe at Johnson High School last month. Joshua Yang pleaded guilty Friday in Ramsey County Court to second-degree assault for striking an 18-year-old student at the school's cafeteria May 21.

Bees attack day care group in St. Paul

A group of 11 day care children and two adults were attacked by a swarm of bees in St. Paul Wednesday. WCCO reports a young girl was stung about 30 times and was taken to the hospital.

St. Paul man sentenced to 30 years for killing man, stabbing wife in eyes

A St. Paul man who pleaded guilty to charges of stabbing his wife in the eyes and killing a man he believed to be her lover has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. Pah Ber, 49, received two years less than the recommended sentence by the Ramsey County Probation Department for the November incident. Ber's wife, who has regained some sight in her eyes after four surgeries, pleaded for leniency for her husband in the sentencing.

St. Paul man accused of DUI with 3 children in car

A St. Paul man is accused of driving under the influence with his three children in the car, according to police. James Juan Catrone Parker, 34, was pulled over Wednesday morning by a Wisconsin state trooper on I-94 in St. Croix County, and was also charged with possession of marijuana and ecstasy. The children are ages 4, 6 and 16.

St. Paul man pleads guilty to stabbing wife's eyes, killing her alleged lover

A St. Paul man pleaded guilty Friday to first-degree assault and second-degree murder in a 2011 case where he stabbed out the eyes of his wife, and then stabbed to death a man he alleged to be her lover. Prosecutors will be seeking a prison sentence of at least 39 years for Pah Ber, 49, when he is sentenced Aug. 31.

Man kicked by St. Paul police in video pleads not guilty to charges

The St. Paul man at the center of a police brutality investigation has pleaded not guilty to aggravated stalking, terroristic threats and criminal damage to property, reports the Pioneer Press.

St. Paul man laughs throughout murder sentencing

Adrian Flowers laughed and smiled throughout his sentencing in the murder of Dekota Galtney. It was odd behavior after the judge had given him a break, noting among other factors that Flowers had previously expressed remorse. The judge sentenced Flowers to about two years less than what had been agreed upon by the prosecution and defense in the plea deal.