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Bureau of Criminal Apprehension

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Special Agent

Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension


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Minnesota Bureau of Criminal App-rehension


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mcrecord.com

Leese and BCA agents Eric Jaeche and Brian Marquardt spoke with other law enforcement agencies in the state and found the name associated with Bird was Keon Mangun.


www.startribune.com

The Anoka County medical examiner's office said autopsy results indicate that Wilczek died from "homicidal violence."Details of the case were contained in a document filed Wednesday in Mille Lacs County District Court and signed by Eric Jaeche, a special agent with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.


www.inhnews.com [cached]

On April 28, 2003, Special Agent Eric Jaeche, an investigator with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal App-rehension, along with numerous officers from the Long Prairie Police Depart-ment and the Todd County Sheriff's Office, became involved in the investigation of an apparent triple homicide in the City of Long Prairie, Todd County, Minne-sota.


www.echopress.com [cached]

Eric Jaeche, a special agent with the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, said the Long Prairie investigation was disturbing, even to veteran law enforcement officials. "It affected all of us," said Jaeche, who acted as one of the lead investigators for the past year. Everyone involved with the trial will be thinking of the family on Wednesday, the one-year anniversary of the deaths, Jaeche said.


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