Possible second man involved in biker's death
Donald Jackson, 23, was charged with second-degree murder for the September biker death of Mark Loesch.
Investigators were told by Jackson that while he and another man were selling drugs, they decided to rob Loesch who was riding his bike, according to the police.
The other man, 21, who was allegedly working with Jackson is already in Hennepin County jail on unrelated burglary charges.
The country attorney's office will review the case for possible charges against the inmate against alleged involvement in Loesch's death.
The inmate denied the accusations, according to the police.
The story was covered by both the StarTribune and the Pioneer Press. The Star Tribune gave a more detailed summary of the incident as well as a shortened story of Loesch's death in September. The Pioneer Press gave very little detail on the case.