Man shot dead during crime incident with St. Paul’s police, kidnapping


According to the complaint, the victim told police he returned to his home in Lakeville on Saturday night to find Washington, whom he knew, at his home.

The victim told police that Washington had started using his phone and hit him in the face when he asked for it.


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According to the complaint, Washington then took the victim to the restroom of the home, where he was forced into sexual acts.

According to the complaint, during the attack, Washington recorded him with the victim’s cell phone and streamed the video live to social media accounts.

Washington then forced the victim into a vehicle and forced him to drive. According to the complaint, Washington told him not to stop because of red lights and threatened to stab him if the vehicle crashed. Washington also held a knife in the victim’s throat during the incident.

The vehicle eventually crashed near the intersection of Rice Street and Maryland Avenue West in St. Paul.

Washington then fled on foot, and the victim could help a passing motorist.

Washington was later found in a trash can by officers searched in the area.

According to the city of St. Paul, Washington once climbed out of the rubbish bin and ran to the officers, who then stopped the Taser and a K-9. He then fired at another Washington, being hit twice by the city.

The BCA identified the gun-firing officer as Anthony Dean.

It was announced on Tuesday that Dean had been driven by St. Paul’s Police Department.