Ryan Larson Released from Wright County Jail
Ryan Larson, the man arrested and later released in the killing of Cold Spring police officer Tom Decker, was released from Wright County jail after a third arrest in about a month.
Wright County Attorney Tom Kelly confirms that Larson was arrested at 1:30 a.m. Friday on a bench warrant. He was released around 2:00 p.m. and had to pay $5,000 to be released.
Larson is accused of violating the terms of his release set by the court on Jan. 14. He is facing felony stalking charges.
A criminal complaint was filed in Wright County on Thursday, Jan. 10, accusing Larson of felony stalking and violating a restraining order. Larson allegedly contacted a healthcare facility in Buffalo where his ex-girlfriend worked.
Last week Larson posted $10,000 bail, with conditions; he would have to turn over all firearms and permit to carry weapons to the Wright County Sheriff’s Department. Kelly says Larson failed to do so.
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