Barnesville resident cleared in 1992 strangulation death of Connecticut man
A Barnesville, Minn., man charged with the 1992 strangulation of a Connecticut man found dead in his home has been acquitted.
A three-judge panel on Wednesday cleared 50-year-old Donald Krauth in the death of 58-year-old Charles Cromwell. Police reopened their investigation in 2009 after finding Krauth's DNA on Cromwell's shirt, and arrested the former New Milford man last year.
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