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Twin Cities Crime

Andrew Luger, former U.S. Attorney of Minnesota

Feds to take larger role in tackling violent crime in Minnesota

The move will "significantly increase" federal law enforcement's and attorney's roles in combating violent crime in the state.

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4 cops injured while breaking up 'large fight' involving 15 people

Those involved were cited, while a man was taken to jail.

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Police reveal person of interest after Golden Valley drive-by shooting

The brazen act ended with female victim in critical condition.

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4 more charged with Best Buy Black Friday raids

A total of 10 people have now been charged in connection to the mass thefts.

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Charges: Man rammed cop cars with stolen truck, sparked 100 mph chase

He's accused of leading police on a chase that reached 100 mph.

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Cub Foods rewards account helps ID armed robbery suspect

He apparently shopped for fresh fruit shortly after robbing a thrift store.

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6 charged in Black Friday mass thefts at Twin Cities Best Buys

The group stole from three Best Buy stores that afternoon, the charges say.

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Charges: Man stole thousands from 3 Twin Cities banks

When he was arrested, police found a folding knife on him.

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Charges: Man led police on multi-city pursuit in stolen Metro Mobility bus

The bus had been left unattended with the keys inside when it was stolen.

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2 teens suspected in 20 robberies arrested after police chase

They are suspects in 23 cases in three Twin Cities counties.

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Teen charged in attack that sent 81-year-old to hospital

The suspect's mother called police and turned him in, charges say.

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2 teens plead guilty to several Twin Cities carjackings and robberies

They were convicted in connection to four unrelated incidents each.