North Dakota Man Pleads Guilty in Killing of Minnesota Man
WARREN (AP) - A North Dakota man accused of killing a man in Minnesota has pleaded guilty in a deal with prosecutors.
Twenty-five-year-old Ray Littlewolf Jr., of Devils Lake, pleaded guilty to manslaughter and felony theft in the March death of 64-year-old Ronald Foss near Viking, Minnesota. Sentencing is June 16.
During his court appearance in Warren on Tuesday, Littlewolf said he and Foss met at a Grand Forks bus station and went to Foss's home. Littlewolf said he became angry after Foss made sexual advances to him following a night of drinking, and the two fought when he tried to leave. He said he stabbed Foss twice with a kitchen knife.
Littlewolf was arrested several days later in Devils Lake, where he had driven in Foss's truck.