The man accused of punching and killing Colton Gleason last fall made an appearance in Stearns County court yesterday (Friday). The new lawyer representing 17-year-old Jesse Smithers told the judge the Ramsey County Medical Examiner could now release Gleason's body to his family, about four months after the September 20th incident that took his life.
The Orono High School boy's soccer team retired the jersey of former captain Colton Gleason of Greenfield at last (Thurs) night's game. The 2010 graduate died one week ago after being punched in the head while walking with friends in a St. Cloud alley.
The boy accused of delivering the punch that killed 20-year-old Colton Gleason made his first court appearance in Stearns County Court today (Tuesday). Seventeen-year-old Jesse Smithers of Sauk Rapids is facing charges of murder in the second degree, manslaughter in the first degree, and assault in the first degree.
Juvenile offenders sentenced to electronic monitoring would have the devices put on them before leaving lockup, under a measure the Minnesota House passed last night (Tues) as part of a major public safety bill.
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