BURNSVILLE, Minn. - A man allegedly involved in a Burnsville homicide has been indicted on first-degree murder with premeditation charges.
The Dakota County Grand Jury announced the indictment against Anthony Lee Nelson, also known as Shavelle Oscar Chavez-Nelson, on Thursday. Nelson is also charged with second-degree intentional murder.
The charges stem from Nelson's alleged involvement in the shooting death of Palagor Obang Jobi, 23, outside Nina's Grill in Burnsville on September 22.
Nelson has been in custody since September 24.
He is also a suspect in the death of Anarae Schunk, Nelson's ex-girlfriend and a University of Minnesota student who was last seen at Nina's Grill the night Jobi was killed. Schunk's body was found in a grassy ditch in Rice County on September 30. Charges have not been filed yet in her death.
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