Inmate charged with the death of Oakdale woman

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Friday, murder suspect Thomas James Fox faced a grand jury in court after being indicted with the fatal stabbing of Oakdale nanny, Lori Baker.

According to the Star Tribune, Fox brutally stabbed and killed Baker in her apartment as she tried to break up with him.

It is also reported key witnesses to the murder included inmates who served time with Fox, so disturbed by his demeanor, decided to help convict Fox.

Pioneer Press reports Fox was formally charged with first-degree premeditated murder and first-degree intentional murder committed in the course of aggravated robbery. Fox faces a maximum sentence of life in prison without possibility of release.

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