Grandma Who Killed Lookalike Faces Another Murder ChargeNewser — Rob Quinn
A Minnesota woman serving life in prison for the murder of a Florida woman who resembled her is back in her home state to face another murder charge.
Lois Riess was booked Friday on charges of first and second-degree murder in the March 2018 killing of her husband, David Riess, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Investigators say the 58-year-old grandmother went on the run after shooting her husband in their Blooming Prairie home, reports CBS Minnesota. Authorities in Florida cleared the way for her extradition in March.
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