Released Killer is Fugitive in Minnesota
He has Been a Fugitive Since Last Week
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota corrections officials say they’re looking for a convicted killer who is on supervised release.
The Department of Corrections says 40-year-old Joshua Hendrickson was released from the St. Cloud prison last year after serving about 18 years for fatally stabbing Christopher Nelson and injuring a second man.
The stabbings happened at a house party in Halma.
The agency says Hendrickson, of Karlstad, was placed on supervised release after he got out of prison and has been a fugitive since last week.