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According to documents released to the Star Tribune on Friday by the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office, Soppeland told investigators that firearm training earlier that month contributed to the unintentional discharge due to the muscle memory of squeezing the trigger.“My plan was to hold the suspect where he was until back up arrived,” he told investigators three days later. It was not my conscious choice to discharge my firearm.According to the investigation, his blood-alcohol content was .05 percent, under the legal driving limit of .08.Soppeland, who has worked at the Eden Prairie Police Department since 2005, returned to work after being on administrative duties during the investigation.Hovland-Knase’s attorney, Jim Schwebel, said he will pursue a civil case against police to cover medical expenses. When you get pulled over, you don’t expect to be shot.” Hovland-Knase was convicted of a gross misdemeanor for fleeing an officer.
I could feel the effect of the adrenaline.” Soppeland immediately holstered the gun and ran to Hovland-Knase to render first aid and call for an ambulance.
After the incident, the city extended their condolences to the family, adding that the city has one full-time forestry technician, two seasonal tree inspectors and a full-time park maintenance staff member who remove diseased and hazardous trees from city property.
The city said it also relies on residents’ help because there are so many trees. Paul, the City Council approved a 4,000 settlement for a woman from Lake City, Minn., who was injured when she tripped over a snow-covered 3-inch stump along a downtown St. While the city denied liability, the settlement covered medical bills that resulted from the incident and ended any further claims.
Matthew Hovland-Knase, 22, of Bloomington, led police on a chase at 3 a.m.
on June 20 that reached speeds of almost 100 miles per hour before stopping at Eden Prairie Road near North and South Lund roads. Lonnie Soppeland got out of his squad car with his gun drawn — protocol for high-risk stops, he told investigators — but the gun went off, shooting the motorcyclist’s arm.