A roundup of domestic, narcotics-related and other violations committed in Roseville in the last week.
Editor's note: All information contained in this report is public and can be obtained from the Roseville Police Department. Crime reports are available in a sortable map on the city’s website. Drug offenses: Assaults: Other:
In similar cases, defendants usually serve some jail time, Pioneer Press story says.
Settlement comes day after Amy Senser's criminal conviction.
Amended complaint filed by Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
Diane Bakdash petitioning to go back to her maiden name.
But Bakdash still faces misdemeanor charge.
- POLICE & FIRE
Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Hennepin County prosecutors have dropped two felony charges against Diane Bakdash, the Roseville mother accused of helping her son sell a car he allegedly drove when he ran over and killed a man, the Pioneer Press is reporting today. However, Bakdash,66, still faces a misdemeanor charge of obstructing the legal process or arrest in connection with her son, Timothy Bakdash, 29, the newspaper said. Further details of the Dinkytown hit-and-run can be found at the Pioneer Press story.