Bygones: 1982 senior officer sued after being beaten by Marines – Duluth News Tribune

Bygones: 1982 senior officer sued after being beaten by Marines – Duluth News Tribune


News Tribune, April 9, 1924

It took a jury 20 minutes to find Albert Kruger, 38, of Duluth, not guilty in the fatal shooting of Ole Olson, 37, on West 102nd Street after climbing through the window of his home. Krueger, who has cancer, shot the intruder dead from his bed.

News Tribune, April 9, 1954

Duluth Postmaster General Glenn J. Merritt plans to seek bids to operate the New Duluth Post Office, which has been temporarily closed after its previous operator abandoned the contract. Bidding is limited to New Duluth residents.

News Tribune & Herald, April 9, 1984

The mother of a senior officer is suing the federal government and two U.S. Marines, accusing her of beating and verbally abusing him while on a trip to Moscow with other UWS students in April 1982. His son then dropped out of school, started drinking, and was eventually shot dead by a senior police officer after a robbery.

News Tribune, April 9, 2004

Pfc’s funeral is scheduled for next week. Moises A. Langhorst, 19, of Moose Lake, was killed in action by hostile fire in Iraq’s Anbar province, west of Baghdad, near Ramadi and Fallujah.

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Barrett Chase has been the News Tribune’s web editor since 2015. Email bchase@duluthnews.com or call 218-723-5310.





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