The parents of Jacob Wetterling have filed a lawsuit against Stearns County in an attempt to seal some of the investigative files providing details of his 1989 kidnapping and murder.
A federal judge ruled Tuesday that Danny Heinrich won't pay restitution after the government told the court that no restitution was owed.
The man who admitted last year to killing 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling in 1989 in central Minnesota is serving his sentence at a federal prison outside Boston.
A Woodbury real estate developer has decided to rewrite the ending of a story he's followed for years.
A Woodbury man has announced plans to buy Danny Heinrich's home in Annandale and have it demolished by Christmas.
At a peace on Earth time of year, the house across the street from the nativity scene represents anything but.
One day after the confessed killer of Jacob Wetterling was sentenced to prison another man, previously named a “person of interest” in the case, announced his plans to file a lawsuit against the Stearns County Sheriff's Office and Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
The official sentencing of Danny Heinrich Monday is providing an opportunity for those most impacted by Heinrich's abduction and murder of Jacob Wetterling to look him in the eye, and share how that terrible night 27 years ago changed their lives forever.
“Not a day goes by that I haven’t walked in spirit with them. I see the similarities in our two sons. To this day, that will be a part of my life.”
Danny Heinrich plans to publicly say he's sorry for murdering Jacob Wetterling and sexually assaulting Jared Scheierl, according to a sentencing document filed by Heinrich's attorney on Thursday.
Officials in Stearns County are reviewing almost 30 years' worth of evidence gathered in the search for Jacob Wetterling as they prepare to release all the documents to the public.