Minnesota man pleads guilty to murder in wife's totem pole death
A man accused of murdering his wife with a totem pole the two were carving pleaded guilty today to second-degree murder.
Carl Chester Muggli, 51, of Ray, had been charged with premeditated first-degree murder and intentional second-degree murder in the Nov. 26, 2010, death of his wife, Linda, 61, who died of severe head trauma when the log the couple had been carving for a totem pole landed on her. He has been in custody on $2 million bail.
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