Little Falls shooting: Minnesota attorney general's office won't help prosecute homeowner


LITTLE FALLS, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota attorney general's office has rejected a request to help prosecute a rural Little Falls man accused of killing two teenagers.

Morrison County Attorney Brian Middendorf had asked for help prosecuting 64-year-old Byron David Smith. Middendorf cited the high volume of serious criminal cases his office has been handling.

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