NW MN Shooting
Jarrod Thomas | May 3, 2017 AT 4:37 pm
The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension has turned over its findings in the death of a 73-year old Clarence Huderle to the Polk County Attorney’s Office. Authorities responded in March to a rural home west of Tabor (MN) on a report of shots fired at a mail carrier – shattering the rear window of his vehicle. A Polk County deputy also drew fire from Huderle. The initial investigation also found one law enforcement officer fired his weapon during the incident. Huderle was later found deceased outside the residence. B-C-A spokesperson Jill Oliveira says a medical examiner determined it was not a case of suicide.