Two Arrested for the Murder of Shea Stremcha
Shea Stremcha, 25, was killed in the early hours of Wednesday morning after someone broke into his home.
Two men have been charged with the murder of 2004 Northfield High School graduate Shea Stremcha.
Minneapolis Police arrested the two men a day after officers say they allegedly broke into Stremcha’s south Minneapolis home and shot and killed him. Both men are being held without bail in Hennepin County Jail.
Northfield Patch's policy is to not name suspects until they are formally charged, which could happen Friday, but not might happen until Monday, according to Chuck Laszewski, media coordinator for the Hennepin County Attorney's Office.
Stremcha, 25, who in the last year started a job with Ameriprise Financial in Minneapolis and was engaged to be married, was killed in the early hours of Wednesday morning after someone broke into his home. His fiancée called police.
A police dog followed a blood trail from the house through the backyard and into the alley.
Stremcha and his wife-to-be had moved into the home within the past year, neighbors told the Star Tribune.