Investigators found meth in house

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A search warrant released Monday says investigators found methamphetamine while searching the home of a Minnesota man who’s now charged with attempted murder in the shootings of five drug task force officers. Documents released earlier shows that investigators suspected 64-year-old Karl Thomas Holmberg and his wife of selling methamphetamine when they raided their house in central Minnesota on Oct. 12. Five officers suffered nonfatal injuries when the gunfire broke out. Holmberg was charged the next day with attempted first-degree murder of a peace officer and first-degree assault of a peace officer. He remains in jail.


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