MINNEAPOLIS (FOX 9) – A 66-year-old man is charged in connection to a
deadly, brutal attack in which the victim suffered much more than 100
injuries triggered by various weapons which includes attainable jumper cables and
a crochet hook, according to a Hennepin County criminal complaint.
Larry Joe Foster, 66, of Burnsville is charged with second-degree murder. He faces up to 40 years in prison.
According to the charges, just immediately after midnight on September two,
Minneapolis firefighters responded to a fire at the 2600 block of 13th
Avenue South in Minneapolis. Inside the property, they place out the fire and
straight away discovered a physique, later identified as 60-year-old Daniel Martin
Firefighters determined the fire began from the kitchen stove and
did not influence Bradley, who had “obvious homicidal injuries.”
Minneapolis police responded and inside the area discovered a broken walking
stick, two broken chair legs and a set of jumper cables, which appeared
to be applied in the attack. Along the blood trail, police discovered a bloody
butcher knife in the backyard and a cordless energy drill covered in
blood in a neighbor’s back yard.
The Hennepin County Health-related Examiner determined Bradley suffered 100
blunt-force and sharp-force injuries. The examiner confirmed various
weapons had been applied, which includes a crochet hook, which was discovered lodged in