Friday, September 23, 2011

Motley Man Jailed in Shooting

A 32-year old Motley man is being held in the Morrison County Jail after an investigation in which police say he shot a 45-year old Ornono man September 11th, in Motley.

The Motley Police Department received a call September 16th reporting the shooting. The information indicated that 32-year old Randy James Shequen of Motley had shot 45-year old Anthony Raymond Kmetz of Orono, after the two men had argued at Shequen’s Motley home. Kmetz was able to escape and returned to the Twin Cities area where he sought medical help several days later for gunshot wounds.
On Wednesday, the Morrison County Sheriff’s Office, along with the Motley Police Department, and Little Falls Police Department executed a search warrant at Shequen’s residence in Motley. Evidence of the shooting was recovered.

The Baxter Police Department arrested Shequen at his job.

Shequen was taken to the Morrison County Jail where authorities says he admitted to firing multiple shots at Kmetz, while Kmetz was trying to flee the residence.

The case has been turned over to the Morrison County Attorney’s Office for formal charges.

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