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Currie man found not guilty of murder

PIPESTONE -- Jaime Danneman, 37, of Currie, was found not guilty of second-degree murder in a jury trial that ended June 16 in Pipestone County. Danneman was initially charged with first-degree assault, but an amended complaint was filed on Sept....

PIPESTONE  - Jaime Danneman, 37, of Currie, was found not guilty of second-degree murder in a jury trial that ended June 16 in Pipestone County.

Danneman was initially charged with first-degree assault, but an amended complaint was filed on Sept. 4, 2015 that changed the charge to second-degree murder without intent and first-degree manslaughter.

The jury reached a not guilty verdict on the second-degree murder charge as well as the manslaughter charge.

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