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Jennifer Stately Murders 2 Sons In Minnesota

Jennifer Stately
Jennifer Stately

Jennifer Stately is an alleged killer from Minnesota who has been charged with the murders of her two sons

According to police reports Jennifer Stately would attack two of her children, Remi and Tristan Stately, aged 6 and 5, with a knife before setting the house on fire.

Jennifer Stately would take a third child from the home after starting the fire and taking off. When Stately was pulled over officers noticed that the child with her had suffered obvious signs of abuse

Jennifer Stately has been charged with one count of premeditated murder, one count of murder in the course of committing arson, one count of murder in the course of committing child abuse, one count of arson and one count of felony child neglect

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U.S. Attorney Andrew M. Luger says a Red Lake woman has been charged with murder, arson, and child neglect, in connection to the death of two young children on the Red Lake Indian Reservation.

Court documents say on March 15th, 35-year-old Jennifer Stately attacked and killed two children. The documents say that Stately slashed at the children with a knife, before setting fire to the home. One child was fatally stabbed in the chest. The other child had a non-fatal stab wound, but later died from smoke inhalation.

Investigators say after the stabbing and the fire was set to the home, Stately drove away from the home with another child, promoting a state-wide Amber Alert. Stately was eventually pulled over my area law enforcement, and police noticed that the child in the vehicle had visible signs of child neglect.

Stately has been indicted on charges of premeditated murder, one count of murder in the course of committing child abuse, one count of murder in the course of committing arson, one count of arson and one count of felony child neglect.

“This tragic case demonstrates the importance of close working relationships between the U.S. Attorney’s Office and our state, federal and tribal law enforcement partners. Together, we are able to bring charges swiftly in cases such as this on behalf of the most vulnerable among us,” said U.S. Attorney Andrew Luger.

“This case is another example of how AMBER Alerts save lives. They get critical information out quickly to millions of Minnesotans willing to step up to help rescue a child in mortal danger,” BCA Superintendent Drew Evans said. “We are grateful to the Minnesotan who acted quickly and bravely in this case, and to all Minnesotans who join in the search when a child needs them most.”

“The loss of innocent lives demands swift and decisive action,” said Special Agent in Charge Alvin M. Winston Sr. of FBI Minneapolis. “Through seamless collaboration with our state and local counterparts along with the invaluable support of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, we are steadfast in our resolve to pursue justice for the victims. We stand united in seeking closure and healing for the affected family and their community.”

https://www.valleynewslive.com/2024/05/06/red-lake-woman-federally-charged-murder-arson-investigation

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