Hill City

10 People Charged Following Investigation at Minnesota Care Center

The most serious charges include racketeering, swindling and manslaughter counts.

MINNEAPOLIS–Minnesota’s attorney general has charged 10 people following an investigation into the death of a 58-year-old man at a northern Minnesota care center. The most serious charges include racketeering, swindling and manslaughter counts against Theresa Lee Olson, the former owner of the now-closed center, Chappy’s Golden Shores in Hill City. The defendants are also accused of bilking the state’s Medicaid…