A popular special education teacher was shot and killed Saturday by and 81-year-old man and his son in rural Paynesville.
WCCO-TV reported that Timothy Larson, 43, taught at St. Michael-Albertville Middle School West for three years, reported the Star Tribune.
The gunman, Delbert Huber, called 811 at 7:22 p.m. and admitted to killing a man on the 28000 block of 44th St. NE in Burbank earlier that day, reported FOX 9 News.
According to investigators, Huber allegedly traveled about 20 miles to Larson's home where some kind of confrontation took place before he killed Larson, reported FOX 9 News.
When police arrived at the scene they found Huber's son, Timothy Huber, and both were arrested and are now being held in the Kandiyohi County Jail, reported FOX 9 News.
The Larson family told FOX 9 News that they are devastated by the loss.
In a report by the Star Tribune, Superintendent Jim Behle called Larson "a teacher that you would want your child to have."