Suspect charged in Brooklyn Park triple slaying

May 14, 2012 Full story: TwinCities 70

Authorities said Monday they have charged a person in last month's fatal shooting of a suburban Minneapolis home daycare provider and her parents.

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digger

Minneapolis, MN

#1 May 14, 2012
I just knew that this was a "family" involved shooting, since the daycare woman's parents had just come up from St. Louis. It just took the cops a bit of time to put it all together....Well done.

Too bad we don't have the DEATH PENALTY, if ever it was warranted here, THIS IS IT.

After the elections, it is important that we lobby our legislators to pass a DEATH PENALTY in MN. NO WAY should a POS like this be allowed to live on the taxpayer's dime in prison for 30-40-50 years. We push for the penalty to be used only in the most egregious crimes, when there is NO DOUBT as to the GUILT of the unhuman animal, plenty of evidence, DNA, witnesses, etc.

They haven't even stated this moron's rap sheet, I'll bet it is pretty lengthy. I wouldn't want to be the public defender who gets assigned to "defend" this LOSER.

Since: Apr 08

Twin Cities

#2 May 14, 2012
I didn't catch how the teenage girl was related to Mrs. Brown and the Boldens.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#3 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
I didn't catch how the teenage girl was related to Mrs. Brown and the Boldens.
What the he11 are you talking about?? The mass murderer was accused of raping the teenage girl, BEFORE the MASS MURDER.
That was his motive for committing MASS MURDER. Notice that I didn't say that it was his JUSTIFICATION. He should be dragged behind a pickup on a dirt road until there is NOTHING left but the ROPE. But even the local news websites won't allow any comments, because they know what it will produce.

RE-READ the article, it is pretty CLEAR.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#4 May 14, 2012
Know what?? This was an INTERSTATE SLAYING, MURDER ONE. Just like the Dru Sjodin slaying, aka the alfonso rodrigez loser multiple offender type of case.

The FEDS should get involved, and this LOSER should get the DEATH PENALTY. Call you FEDERAL representatives, this was a PLANNED and INTERSTATE ACT, and deserves FEDERAL JURISTICTION, and JUSTICE, PERIOD.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#5 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
I didn't catch how the teenage girl was related to Mrs. Brown and the Boldens.
To be fair, WHAT EFFING DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE???

Are you really serious, or do you need some healthy individual to GET IN YOUR FACE and FORCE you to see the EVIDENCE that you are so IN DENIAL to BELIEVE?? What is your EFFING PROBLEM??

Throw away the rose colored glasses, they aren't helping you ONE SINGLE BIT. You may have a good heart, but you have ZERO wisdom, and that makes you the easist victim available.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#6 May 14, 2012
I still can't believe how ANYBODY is trying to justify this kind of MASS MURDER, especially of SENIOR CITIZENS, who, to the best of my knowledge, never did anybody ANY HARM.

Absolutely UNBELIEVABLE. And I can't understand why this isn't being prosecuted on a FEDERAL LEVEL, since the "perp" came from St. Louis, was already a convicted felon, which means that he can't be in possession of a FIREARM, and if he came all the way from St. Louis to Brooklyn Park to commit a MASS MURDER, why isn't that a FEDERAL CAPITAL CRIME?? Sounds like a PRE-MEDITATED MASS MURDER to ME.

Since: Apr 08

Twin Cities

#7 May 14, 2012
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
To be fair, WHAT EFFING DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE???
Are you really serious, or do you need some healthy individual to GET IN YOUR FACE and FORCE you to see the EVIDENCE that you are so IN DENIAL to BELIEVE?? What is your EFFING PROBLEM??
Throw away the rose colored glasses, they aren't helping you ONE SINGLE BIT. You may have a good heart, but you have ZERO wisdom, and that makes you the easist victim available.
Digger, take a breath. The article has since been updated so I have the answer I was looking for. You are the one who has completely misread or misinterpreted what I asked. Now we know that Mrs. Brown and the rape victim's mother were friends. The girl lives in Wright County, not in Missouri. The suspect will be facing that rape charge in Wright County and three homicide charges in Hennepin.

Now, don't you feel a little silly? I hope you didn't hurt yourself jumping to conclusions and then jumping all over me.

As far as what should happen to a "person" who rapes a young teenage girl then murders an elderly couple and another good woman, you've described something more merciful than what comes to my mind for such a despicable abhorration as that.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#8 May 14, 2012
No, I don't. If the perp came from St. Louis, and committed a MASS MURDER in BP, wouldn't that be considered a FEDERAL CAPITAL CRIME?

I think so.

If the Feds won't charge him for a capital (death) crime, and the state doesn't have one, then this AH gets to live off of the taxpayer's dime for decades. I don't consider that to be "justice".....

Not for RAPE *AND* 3 senseless murders.. Not to mention what OTHER crimes he has committed in the past, and since he is in his 30's, I'll bet that he has a LENGTHY RAP SHEET....

How bad does it have to get before you FINALLY SAY that a TOTALLY EVIL person has to be put down?? Did you see this guy's mug shot? Did you look into this guy's eyes and see that this animal is uncivilized?, that there is NO amount of rehab that will transform this "person"??

Bottom line, would you EVER let this guy into your home? Answer: NEVER, he would be dead before he took a second step into you home, don't try to hide the truth.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#9 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
<quoted text>
Digger, take a breath. The article has since been updated so I have the answer I was looking for. You are the one who has completely misread or misinterpreted what I asked. Now we know that Mrs. Brown and the rape victim's mother were friends. The girl lives in Wright County, not in Missouri. The suspect will be facing that rape charge in Wright County and three homicide charges in Hennepin.
Now, don't you feel a little silly? I hope you didn't hurt yourself jumping to conclusions and then jumping all over me.
As far as what should happen to a "person" who rapes a young teenage girl then murders an elderly couple and another good woman, you've described something more merciful than what comes to my mind for such a despicable abhorration as that.
This situation ORIGINATED in MiSSOURI, that's how the crime was SOLVED, because the woman who ran the day care just moved her parents up her from St. Louis. GET IT?? It was all over the news.
Since drugs weren't involved, it was only a matter of time before the cops put the family problems "together", and figgered out who the likely suspect was. Then, once you see the perp's mugshot, well, it was only a matter of time before he got caught. I doubt that he has an IQ above 50.

The only answer to this nonsense, is for MN to adopt a DEATH PENALTY, and APPLY IT, especially in cases like THIS. Otherwise, keep you mass murdering to Illinois, where they have taken the death penalty OFF the rolls, our of "sympathy".
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#10 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
<quoted text>
Digger, take a breath. The article has since been updated so I have the answer I was looking for. You are the one who has completely misread or misinterpreted what I asked. Now we know that Mrs. Brown and the rape victim's mother were friends. The girl lives in Wright County, not in Missouri. The suspect will be facing that rape charge in Wright County and three homicide charges in Hennepin.
Now, don't you feel a little silly? I hope you didn't hurt yourself jumping to conclusions and then jumping all over me.
As far as what should happen to a "person" who rapes a young teenage girl then murders an elderly couple and another good woman, you've described something more merciful than what comes to my mind for such a despicable abhorration as that.
Quit trying to BLAME THE VICTIMS. The perp came from OUT OF STATE, tried to "shut up" potential witnesses, and executed EVERY ADULT PRESENT at the CRIME SCENE.

The cops have all the evidence that they need, but this should NOT be a state prosecution.... THIS should be a FEDERAL PROSECUTION, with a DEATH PENALTY dangling at the end of it, UNLESS the POS perp has a lot of RELEVANT INFO to turn over a bunch of his worthless, former friends....
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#11 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
<quoted text>
Digger, take a breath. The article has since been updated so I have the answer I was looking for. You are the one who has completely misread or misinterpreted what I asked. Now we know that Mrs. Brown and the rape victim's mother were friends. The girl lives in Wright County, not in Missouri. The suspect will be facing that rape charge in Wright County and three homicide charges in Hennepin.
Now, don't you feel a little silly? I hope you didn't hurt yourself jumping to conclusions and then jumping all over me.
As far as what should happen to a "person" who rapes a young teenage girl then murders an elderly couple and another good woman, you've described something more merciful than what comes to my mind for such a despicable abhorration as that.
Hey Zen, GET A GRIP, This happened in MY backyard, not YOURS. When you have a similar story to share, then I will give a shited.

GET IT??

Since: Apr 08

Twin Cities

#13 May 14, 2012
digger wrote:
<quoted text>
Hey Zen, GET A GRIP, This happened in MY backyard, not YOURS. When you have a similar story to share, then I will give a shited.
GET IT??
Wow. Digger, you have REALLY misread my comments. I'm on the record as being FOR capital punishment, a stand I've held since my dad's sister was murdered many years ago. My aunt's murder was never solved, and that is a painful burden for my or anyone else's family to carry.

In NO WAY did I defend this BP killer. I've no idea what makes you think so. I get that you're upset about this thing happening "in your back yard" but you're taking it out on the wrong person, friend.

Do YOU get it?
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#14 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow. Digger, you have REALLY misread my comments. I'm on the record as being FOR capital punishment, a stand I've held since my dad's sister was murdered many years ago. My aunt's murder was never solved, and that is a painful burden for my or anyone else's family to carry.
In NO WAY did I defend this BP killer. I've no idea what makes you think so. I get that you're upset about this thing happening "in your back yard" but you're taking it out on the wrong person, friend.
Do YOU get it?
OK, so we are now on the same page. But let me say this, since this killer came from St. Louis, it should be prosecuted as a FEDERAL, CAPITAL CRIMES crime, and the death penalty should be in play, agreeed???

Since: Sep 11

Champlin, MN

#15 May 14, 2012
I knew there was a connection between all of the people involved. Murders are almost never just random acts. There is almost always a family or friend connection.

Zen,
I truly sympathize with your loss but I am of the belief that "killin is too good for these animals. They should spend the rest of their miserable lives in a cell, minus all of the amenities they enjoy now on our dime. No cable, no weight rooms, no appeals, no free education...nothing. Ok, maybe toss them a book now and then. Let them rot. They don't deserve to die.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#16 May 14, 2012
cantmakeitup wrote:
I knew there was a connection between all of the people involved. Murders are almost never just random acts. There is almost always a family or friend connection.
Zen,
I truly sympathize with your loss but I am of the belief that "killin is too good for these animals. They should spend the rest of their miserable lives in a cell, minus all of the amenities they enjoy now on our dime. No cable, no weight rooms, no appeals, no free education...nothing. Ok, maybe toss them a book now and then. Let them rot. They don't deserve to die.
I respectfully disagree. DEATH should be swift and CERTAIN in this case. This perp traveled through more than one state to commit a mass murder, for no good reason. Since he crossed state lines to commit this MASSACRE, he should be looking at the DEATH PENALTY, and I can't understand how anybody can honestly argue otherwise.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#17 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
I didn't catch how the teenage girl was related to Mrs. Brown and the Boldens.
What DIFFERENCE does it make?? Does it make the mass murders any more "justifiable"?? For real??
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#18 May 14, 2012
cantmakeitup wrote:
I knew there was a connection between all of the people involved. Murders are almost never just random acts. There is almost always a family or friend connection.
Zen,
I truly sympathize with your loss but I am of the belief that "killin is too good for these animals. They should spend the rest of their miserable lives in a cell, minus all of the amenities they enjoy now on our dime. No cable, no weight rooms, no appeals, no free education...nothing. Ok, maybe toss them a book now and then. Let them rot. They don't deserve to die.
I disagree... One 30.06 between the eyes solves a lot of problems in cases like this, including tax dollars......When the guilty are guilty without a doubt, a bullet is the best solution. If you don't want to see yourself in such a situation, lead a decent life.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#19 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
<quoted text>
Digger, take a breath. The article has since been updated so I have the answer I was looking for. You are the one who has completely misread or misinterpreted what I asked. Now we know that Mrs. Brown and the rape victim's mother were friends. The girl lives in Wright County, not in Missouri. The suspect will be facing that rape charge in Wright County and three homicide charges in Hennepin.
Now, don't you feel a little silly? I hope you didn't hurt yourself jumping to conclusions and then jumping all over me.
As far as what should happen to a "person" who rapes a young teenage girl then murders an elderly couple and another good woman, you've described something more merciful than what comes to my mind for such a despicable abhorration as that.
Keep in mind that a mother had just dropped off her young child at this residence, became concerned, went back, and discovered the MASS MURDER, only to be lucky enough to find her child still alive. I can't imagine going thru a crime scene like that. This was NOT a VICTIMLESS CRIME.
digger

Minneapolis, MN

#21 May 14, 2012
ZenBirdist wrote:
<quoted text>
Digger, take a breath. The article has since been updated so I have the answer I was looking for. You are the one who has completely misread or misinterpreted what I asked. Now we know that Mrs. Brown and the rape victim's mother were friends. The girl lives in Wright County, not in Missouri. The suspect will be facing that rape charge in Wright County and three homicide charges in Hennepin.
Now, don't you feel a little silly? I hope you didn't hurt yourself jumping to conclusions and then jumping all over me.
As far as what should happen to a "person" who rapes a young teenage girl then murders an elderly couple and another good woman, you've described something more merciful than what comes to my mind for such a despicable abhorration as that.
Zen, this MASS MURDERER had NO BUSINESS being out on the streets to begin with. He was trying to "silence" the witnesses, which is what many violent, insane, criminals do. The only reason that he didn't kill the infant child who was just dropped off is because the perp believed that the curtain crawler wouldn't be a credible witness in a court of law.

Which goes back to my other posts.... This crime should be tried in Federal Court, with the Death Penalty fully in play....Not because the perp is non-white, but because of the heinous nature of the crimes, and because he crossed state lines to commit the crimes, which meant that he had planned it for quite some time.

Anything LESS than death should be seen as a travesty of justice, by every angle of the community. He tried to coverup a bad crime by committing another crime 10 times worse, and thought he could get away with it. That should never be allowed to happen.. I don't even see that happening in Mpls, let alone in BP. Time to set a prime example....
Wade Gustafson

Saint Paul, MN

#22 May 14, 2012
Digger, you need to get back onto your medications. All of the crimes mentioned in this story occurred in Minnesota. This is not a federal crime issue. It is also not "mass murder". The definition of mass murder is 4 or more murders in either a single event or more than one event without a cooling off period. What htis Missouri man did is beyond redemption and there is no need for exaggeration.

By the way, where have you read anything about anyone defending the perpetrator?

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