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Law enforcement's search for Beulah High School senior Tyler Schaeffer, who had been missing since May 1, 2022, came to an end on Wednesday, May 11, when authorities located his remains.
Law enforcement's search for Beulah High School senior Tyler Schaeffer remains ongoing into its second week as Schaeffer has been missing since May 1, 2022.
The Elk River man went into a coma and went into kidney failure after being injected with ketamine while struggling with police, according to the complaint filed in Minnesota U.S. District Court.
A new reporter for the Wahpeton Daily News posted anti-police sentiment to Facebook during the unrest following George Floyd's killing.

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Chad McGinty, a former law enforcement officer who worked on the review, described a breakdown of "critical" communication among government agencies during the unrest that left first responders with "limited" guidance as they fielded calls during the chaos and resulted in an inconsistent police show of force.
Jamestown El Zagal groups raised money this year and assisted local charities.
Virginia and Minneapolis elections brought good news.
The department's civil rights division is pursuing high-profile investigations into possible police abuses in Minneapolis, Louisville and Phoenix. If the probes show that the those police departments engaged in patterns or practices of discrimination or use of excessive force, the department could seek to use a civil consent decree to enforce reforms.
Since President Joe Biden took office in January, the department also has launched civil rights investigations into police conduct in Minneapolis and Louisville, Kentucky. Those were among the U.S. cities where large 2020 protests were held after high-profile killings of Black people by police officers.
Few details have been released on what led up to the shooting. The killing remains under investigation, a police spokeswoman said.

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Victim's remains found in burned-out car
Police suspect Hunter David Havisto robbed a payday loan business, two convenience stores and the 13th Avenue Walmart
Mother says son's death has been ruled accidental

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