Officers Tase Minnesota Man After He Becomes Uncooperative, Find Body In His Apartment: Police
Police officer in Minnesota said they discovered a murder victim’s body after they were called to a residence about a possible disturbance.
On the evening of March 9, Moorhead police went to an apartment and Douglas James Swenson II, 25, answered the door, KFGO reported.
When Swenson was speaking with the officers in the hallway of the apartment complex, police claim he was tased after he allegedly became uncooperative.
The officers then entered the apartment, where they discovered a person dead.
Autopsy results are pending.
Swenson was booked into the Clay County jail but it's unclear if he has been charged in connection with the case.
The investigation is ongoing and law enforcement officials have not released further details about the case.
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