MINNEAPOLIS — A Le Seuer man convicted in the stabbing death of his friend’s grandfather has been sentenced to 32 years in prison. Twenty-four-year-old Nathan Foth pleaded guilty in May to killing 74-year-old Allen Retzer, of Eden Prairie. Authorities say Foth broke into the home and hid the basement for a couple of days before...
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