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    MN - Jeffrey Schilling, 66, beaten to death, St Cloud, 4 Jan 2016

    Lisa Kearney


    St. Cloud Police Seek Info On Missing Woman In Death Investigation

    "Officials in St. Cloud are seeking the publicís help in finding a missing woman and a blue pickup truck as part of a suspicious death investigation.

    The St. Cloud Police Department said Tuesday itís looking for 38-year-old Lisa May Kearney.

    She is described as standing 5-feet, 8-inches tall and weighing 140 pounds. A 2005 booking photo of her (seen above) is the most recent picture police say they have of her at this time.

    Police are also looking for a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado pickup with a Minnesota license plate reading: 812ENW. The truck is described as not having a bed liner and slightly rusted.

    Information on Kearney and the truck are being sought after police found a body Monday in a home on the 300 block of 21st Avenue North. The name of the deceased individual has yet to be released."

    http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2016/0...investigation/
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    Police have yet to disclose the person’s name or elaborate on why they think the death is suspicious in nature.
    http://www.startribune.com/suspiciou...kup/364259681/
    This sounds pretty strange..

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    So it may be safe to hypothesize that the body isn't her, they wouldn't be looking for her if it were, but perhaps the owner of the vehicle that the BOLO is on (pickup truck) is the victim and she's wanted for questioning?

    What was she booked/arrested for in 2005? Would love to know who owns that truck and if they have any relationship to this person?
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    Charges: St. Cloud woman killed dad, fled to Kentucky
    ST. CLOUD, Minn. (KMSP) - Officials have located and arrested a 38-year-old St. Cloud woman for the murder of her father at their home on Jan. 4

    Officers found the body of Jeffrey Schilling, 66, during a welfare check on the 300 block of 21st Ave. N. Officers observed a large amount of blood pooling near the head of the victim along with several other blood splatters in the room, according to the criminal complaint.
    http://www.fox9.com/news/69962002-story
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    Quote Originally Posted by los2188 View Post
    Charges: St. Cloud woman killed dad, fled to Kentucky


    http://www.fox9.com/news/69962002-story
    Very sad. I was closer to home in my speculation than even I realized.
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    Police arrested 38-year-old Lisa Kearney after they she she cracked open her fatherís head with a splitting maul.
    A neighbor called police on Monday to report they could see 66-year-old Jeffrey Schilling lying on a couch in his home with a blanket over his head, and that he was not responding.


    Read more: http://www.dreamindemon.com/2016/01/...#ixzz3weXMJ6Od

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    Cracked his head open with a splitting maul. Why. Wtf. No one deserves that.

    RIP Jeffrey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesneakers View Post
    Cracked his head open with a splitting maul. Why. Wtf. No one deserves that.

    RIP Jeffrey.
    That's incredibly brutal. I will never chop firewood without that mental image again. What could lead someone to that level of violence against their father?
    Was he resting on the couch and hit with the maul?
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    From August:

    MN woman accused of killing father found incompetent

    http://www.kare11.com/news/crime/mn-...tent/311442637

    A judge has found a central Minnesota woman incompetent to stand trial on charges she killed her father before fleeing to Kentucky.

    Kearney was arrested in Louisville, Kentucky, on Jan. 6 and later returned to Minnesota. The criminal case against her is on hold until she is restored to competency.

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    Judge commits Kearney again

    http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/lo...gain/98209848/

    A Stearns County judge has temporarily committed as mentally ill a St. Cloud woman accused of killing her father and fleeing to Kentucky.

    It's the second time that Lisa M. Kearney has been committed since she was charged with one count of second-degree murder in the death of Jeffrey Schilling. He was found dead Jan. 4, 2016 inside the home he shared with Kearney in the 300 block of 21st Avenue North.

    Kearney was committed in August for six months. Her mental health status was the topic of a hearing last week in Stearns County District Court. Judge Andrew Pearson signed an order committing Kearney for a year.


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    Kearney found competent to proceed in murder case

    A woman who has been committed temporarily as mentally ill has been found competent to stand trial on charges that she killed her father in January 2016 in St. Cloud.
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    Murder suspect being examined for possible mental illness defense

    A Stearns County judge signed an order to determine whether Lisa M. Kearney, 39, was suffering from a defect of reasoning due to mental illness such that she didn't know the nature of her act or that it was wrong.

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    St. Cloud woman admits she killed father and fled

    http://www.sctimes.com/story/news/lo...her/731801001/

    Lisa Kearney said she killed her father with two strikes to his head using a mallet that weighed more than 4 pounds.

    Kearney understood, she said, that by pleading guilty she surrendered her right to a trial and the right to use the defense that she was mentally ill.

    Her sentencing is tentatively scheduled for Nov. 30. As part of her plea, the Stearns County Attorney's Office agreed it won't ask for more than a sentence of 360 months, or 30 years.

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    'Cruel' or 'crippled'? Kearney murder trial comes to a close

    Family members of a St. Cloud woman who killed her father in 2016 describe her as "mean and angry, very mean and angry," Senior Assistant Stearns County Attorney Kevin Voss said at Lisa Kearney's sentencing hearing Thursday.

    Judge Mary Mahler sentenced Kearney to 29 years and 2 months, two-thirds of which must be spent in prison. Kearney will get credit for the nearly two years she spent locked up since her January 2016 arrest.
    A staff person read two statements out loud in the hearing, written by two of Schilling's brothers. They wrote about the time they'd hoped to spend with Schilling now that they were retired. And they asked for a stiff sentence for Kearney.

    "I feel she has what's coming to her and think it is not enough," one brother wrote. "We have been robbed."



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