Minnesota man charged in Salvation Army apartment stitch

ROCHESTER, Minn. – A Minnesota man is charged with murder in the fatal wound of two of his neighbors in a Salvation Army building.

Fifty-three-year-old Glenn Roger Johnson was charged Tuesday with first-and second-degree murder in the Saturday night sting in Rochester, Minnesota. The bail is set at $3 million.

Johnson is accused of stabbing the 45-year-old Eric Alan Flemming and 57-year-old Phillip William Hicks with kitchen knives at the Salvation Army is Castleview Apartments. The police had mediated a dispute between the three men, just 10 minutes before the plug were reported.

An officer arrested Johnson as he tried to leave through a back staircase. The two victims were pronounced dead at a hospital.

The Post Bulletin reports that Johnson’s lawyer, Catherine Hanson, said they made no comment.

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