Here’s another murder that could’ve been avoided if these Aryan princesses just stuck to dating men of their own species.
A man from Glencoe is charged with homicide after a fatal shooting police say was sparked by a feud between two men over one of their ex-girlfriends.
Bobby LeRoy Woody, age 43, is being held in the Ramsey County jail on two counts of second degree murder in connection with the April 25 incident, which took place in St. Paul.
A criminal complaint filed against Woody says squads were dispatched just before 10 p.m. to the intersection of Minnehaha Avenue Cypress Street on reports of a shooting. When officers arrived they found a yellow Volkswagen Beetle with the rear window shot out and the driver, later identified as 21-year-old Anthony Boelter of Saint Paul, slumped over in his seat. He had no pulse, wasn’t breathing and was declared dead on the scene.
Investigators spoke to two people who were in the car with Boelter at the time of the shooting. They said the victim had been in a long-standing feud with people who lived in a nearby home with his ex-girlfriend. They said Boelter made a point of driving by the home on a regular basis.
If convicted Bobby Woody could be sentenced to 40 years in prison.