LITTLE FALLS – After about five hours of deliberation on Tuesday, October 26, a Morrison County jury found Jonathan Greyblood guilty of second degree murder without intent and second degree manslaughter in the death of his wife, Jeanine Greyblood .
Jonathan Greyblood reported the disappearance of his wife, Jeanine Greyblood, on February 6. The next day, he admitted that something serious had happened to his wife, police said.
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Jonathan Greyblood told authorities he panicked and placed his body in the passenger seat of their vehicle and drove her to the Swan River Bridge on Great River Road, south of Little Falls, where he dropped his body under the bridge.
“I am satisfied with the jury’s verdict,” Morrison County District Attorney Brian Middendorf said in a press release. âAlthough the conviction will not bring Jeanine back, her killer has finally been brought to justice. I would like to thank the members of the jury for their time and attention throughout this long trial.
“The convictions in this case are the result of several months of teamwork,” Middendorf said in the press release. âI want to thank all of the law enforcement officers who worked on this case, including officers from the Little Falls Police Department, Morrison County Sheriff’s Office, Minnesota State Patrol , the Little Falls Fire Department, the Todd County Sheriff’s Office, and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
Greyblood’s sentencing hearing is currently scheduled for December 16.