3 more suspects held in death of alleged Annandale drug dealer

  • Article by: Kelly Smith
  • Star Tribune
  • October 3, 2013 - 9:24 PM


Three men were arrested Wednesday in the robbery-inspired murder of an alleged Annandale drug dealer.

A 22-year-old St. Michael man and 21-year-old from St. Cloud were arrested pending second-degree murder charges, along with a 19-year-old from Albertville suspected of aiding in the aggravated robbery. They have not yet been formally charged.

Two 19-year-olds were charged Tuesday. Tyler James Fisher, of Annandale, is charged with aiding in the murder and aggravated robbery and aiding an offender, and Samara Leigh Juhl, of Otsego, is charged with aiding in the aggravated robbery and aiding an offender.

Kyle Greene, 42, was found dead Sept. 28 in his garage by his girlfriend. Police say the three men arrested Wednesday had asked Juhl and Fisher for the name of someone to rob. Juhl suggested Greene, who she said was her meth dealer; she allegedly texted Greene to set up a drug deal in exchange for stolen tools.

According to police, Fisher said that he provided the men with a shotgun that had been locked in his mother’s safe and that he was with the suspects as they drove to a bar, drank, then drove to Greene’s house. A few minutes later, he said, he heard a gunshot and was told to “Go, go, go,” acting as the getaway driver. The men, Fisher told police, admitted to him that they killed Greene and stole his wallet. Fisher then allegedly had Juhl and another person help get rid of the tools.


Kelly Smith • 612-673-4141

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