Night vision goggles help nab homicide suspect in N.D. wheat field
By Jim Adams
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — On the run for months from what could be three murders and an attempted murder, the fugitive from Louisiana was hungry and cold when law enforcement officers found him in a North Dakota wheat field just before sunrise Thursday.
Jeremy D. Brooks, 27, who has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of a Wright County, Minn., woman, wasn't hard to spot, said Jeff White, chief agent for North Dakota's Bureau of Criminal Investigation.
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