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Each week the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office releases five warrants. This week's are accurate as of July 21,2021.

Olmsted County Warrants Included In Today's Collection:

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  • Joseph Iron Piper - Felony probation violation. Violate no-contact order within 10 years of the first of two or more convictions
  • Lanny Tyrone Mauseth - Felony 2nd Degree assault with a dangerous weapon. Gross Misdemeanor Domestic assault.

LOOK: Olmsted County's Highlighted Warrants as of July 21, 2021

Every Wednesday, the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office publishes the latest warrants. If you see any of these people, do not approach or attempt to apprehend them. Instead, during weekdays call 507-328-6830. After 5 PM and on weekends, call 507-328-6800.

Their hope is to "create awareness and hopefully gain information on the location of those highlighted."

This gallery is of individuals wanted as of July 21, 2021. If you are viewing this gallery at any time after that date, the warrants listed could be settled.

Although it's been added to each image, a reminder. if you recognize someone, it's not your job to approach them, try to detain them, or do anything other than call the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office and let them know your info.

The accessible version...

If you see any of these individuals during weekdays call the Olmsted County Sheriff's Office at 507-328-6830. If it's after 5 PM and on weekends, call 507-328-6800.

And in other crime news...

A Tragic Murder Suicide in Faribault, Minnesota?

That's what it looks like. Paul Shae, from sister station KDHL, has the story...

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According to Faribault Police Chief Andy Bohlen, there was "an active scene that we are working. Our mobile command van is parked there now." The scene being worked on is on the 700 block of 3rd Street NW.

Contrary to a phone call received by KDHL-Power 96 this morning Chief Bohlen told us via email that the "BCA did not respond" to the scene. Currently, there is no risk to the public that Faribault police are aware of at this time."

(Monday night after 8pm) Faribault Officers were dispatched to a residence in the 700 block of 3rd Street NW. Officers were advised that the female caller was reporting that her boyfriend had been drinking and was throwing things around the residence and that she was unable to exit the residence.

The caller also reported that her boyfriend had two guns in the residence and that he might fight or flee when officers arrived. While collecting information, the dispatcher heard the caller scream and then lost contact. Calls back to the caller went unanswered.

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When officers arrived, officers received no response when they knocked. Officers could see overturned furniture inside the residence and found the door unlocked. Officers entered the residence and found two unresponsive persons, one female, and one male, on the floor.

The female appeared to have suffered multiple gunshot wounds and life-saving measures were attempted, but she was ultimately declared dead at the scene. The male appeared to have suffered a single gunshot to the head and was determined to be deceased. A handgun was found lying next to the male. Officers and detectives worked through the night to process the scene.

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The female was identified as Amanda Schroeder, 32, and the male was identified as Brandon Akermark, 27. Both bodies have been sent to the Hennepin County Medical Examiner’s Office for autopsy. Keep Reading - Apparent Murder Suicide in Faribault.

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