Barnesville man arrested in 1992 Connecticut cold case
Police arrested a 49-year-old Barnesville, Minn., man Wednesday on an arrest warrant tied to a cold-case 1992 Connecticut homicide, seven months after the longtime suspect gave a court-ordered DNA sample to investigators for testing.
Donald Gregory Krauth told The Forum in August that he was a suspect in the strangulation death of Charles Cromwell at the time of the man's death 18 years ago, but he said he didn't kill the 58-year-old widower.
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