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Tom Olsen

Reporter

Tom Olsen has covered crime and courts for the Duluth News Tribune since 2013.

A lifelong Duluthian, Olsen studied communications and journalism at the University of Minnesota Duluth, where he got his start at the student newspaper.

Olsen first joined Forum Communications in 2012, writing for the Duluth Budgeteer News, Lake County News Chronicle and other publications.

Readers can contact Olsen at 218-723-5333 or tolsen@duluthnews.com.

Languages: English

"The part that is not resolved is not going to be resolved ever," the victim's daughter said after the sentencing. "He's obviously not going to admit to this at all, whatsoever."
Michael David Johnson allegedly said he "wasn't going back to jail" and approached officers with two knives in April.
A burglary in progress was reported Tuesday night at the Teeny Weeny Miniature Cottage Shop in Duluth. Nicholas Wayne Devault told police that he just wanted to get a gift for his niece.
Arrested in Carlton County after nearly crashing into a ditch, Patrick Bullard allegedly had a blood-alcohol level more than three times the legal limit.
City officials sought to keep Scott Holman on the force, a judge said, but they were left with little choice other than to terminate him once he was unable to testify in cases he investigated.
A jury in Hibbing reached the verdict Tuesday in the case of Michael Carbo Jr., more than 36 years after Nancy Daugherty was raped and killed.
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Police reveal new details and seek people to come forward in unsolved 2017 homicide case of businessman Brian Nelson, robbed and stabbed to death inside his home, behind doors with new deadbolt locks and with his 'inside pet' Dodo chained up outside.
Timely medical attention could have saved Kari Petrich's life, a criminal complaint said, but Eric Jarvis allegedly spent hours cleaning up the crime scene before calling 911.
Joel Ammesmaki dropped a probable cause challenge in the death of Clyde Atwood.
Friday's U.S. Supreme Court decision was widely expected, but comments from local Democratic and Republican leaders point to a long fight ahead.