Warrant Reveals Additional Evidence In Schunk Case
HASTINGS (AP) - A newly released search warrant provides additional insight into a fatal shooting outside a Burnsville bar and the subsequent stabbing death of a University of Minnesota student.
The affidavit says investigators found a plastic tub in the rafters of a garage in a Rosemount town house complex with blood in it, along with a blood-stained quilt.
Police have said they believe 20-year-old Anarae Schunk was killed at the town house where Anthony Lee Nelson lived with Ashley Conrade. Authorities say Schunk was with Nelson and Conrade at Nina's Grill in Burnsville before she disappeared in September. Nelson is charged with fatally shooting Palagor Jobi outside the bar the night Nelson was there with Conrade and Schunk. Conrade is charged with aiding an offender.
Nelson or Conrade have not been charged in Schunk's death.