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Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker
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Decker’s Partner Resigns from Cold Spring Police Department

The officer who was with Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker on the night he was shot and killed has resigned. Thirty-nine year old Greg Reiter handed in a brief resignation letter to the Cold Spring City Council, but didn't give a reason for stepping down.

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BCA Superintendent Wade Setter, Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner, Department of Public Safety spokesman Bruce Gordon, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
BCA Superintendent Wade Setter, Stearns County Sheriff John Sanner, Department of Public Safety spokesman Bruce Gordon, photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Murder Weapon Found in Cold Spring Police Killing, Person of Interest Dead [AUDIO,VIDEO]

Authorities have scheduled a news conference for this (Friday) afternoon on the investigation into the murder of Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker. The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension says they plan to "detail new developments into the investigation".

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Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker
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Bachmann: Name Cold Spring Post Office for Officer Tom Decker [VIDEO]

A congressional effort is under way to rename the Cold Spring post office in honor of slain police officer Tom Decker. Rep. Michele Bachmann says she'll push to formally rename the U.S. post office the "Officer Tommy Decker Memorial Post Office."

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Officer Tom Decker Reward
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UPDATE: $100,000 Reward Offered in Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker’s Case

Dive teams are back in the Sauk River in Cold Spring today (Monday)searching for a 20 gauge shotgun authorities believe was used to kill Officer Tom Decker. During a news conference this afternoon, the BCA's Drew Evans says the dive teams are expected to be in the water today and tomorrow (Tuesday).

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CODYody, flickr
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Blue Bulbs Sold for Fallen Officer Tom Decker’s Family

Richmond firefighters are selling blue light bulbs to raise money for the family of Cold Spring-Richmond police officer Tom Decker who was killed on duty in November. The bulbs cost $5 each, of which $4 will go to memorial funds for Tom Decker.

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Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
Photo by WJON.com's Jim Maurice
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Report: Slain Cold Spring Officer’s Partner Backed Away

The partner of a police officer killed in Cold Spring retreated from the shooting and didn't pursue the assailant as he walked away. That's according to a police document. It outlines the chronology Nov. 29 and helps shed light on why no one is in custody.

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Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker
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New Fund Established for Officer Tom Decker’s Children

A new memorial fund has been established specifically for fallen Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker's children. Debra Pierskalla is the kid's grandmother. She tells WJON News the fund has been set-up at the area Bremer Banks.

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Ryan Larson tells WCCO-TV he's innocent in the killing of Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker
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Ryan Larson on Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker’s Shooting Death: “I Have Nothing To Hide” [VIDEO]

The man who was arrested -- then released -- in the shooting death of Cold Spring Police Officer Tom Decker is maintaining his innocence.

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Cold Spring Mayor Doug Schmitz
Cold Spring Mayor Doug Schmitz
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Cold Spring Mayor Hopes for Clue in Decker’s Death

Authorities are still searching for evidence that will lead to the person who killed Cold Spring police Officer Tom Decker. Decker was fatally shot last Thursday.

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Thousands Honor Cold Spring Officer Tom Decker At Burial Services [VIDEO, PHOTOS]

Hundreds upon hundreds of law enforcement officers, lights flashing, led the procession on Wednesday afternoon from Collegeville's St. John's Abbey, through Cold Spring and Richmond, before arriving in the tiny community of St. Nicholas to bury one of their own, Cold Spring's Tom Decker.

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