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Amended Senser Complaint

Amended Senser Complaint

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The
complaint
hasbeen amended
for
the
third time. to
add
a
third
count to theoifense
porlion.
1o
chan&e
the
n4!ne
of
the
complainant.
and
to
amend
theprobable
cause
portion
as
follows.Complainant,Eric
Clausen,
of
the
Minnesota
State
Patrol-West-District
2500,
has
investigatedthe
f-actsancl
circumstances
of this
offense
and
believes
the
following
establishes
probable
cattse:
On
August
23,2011
at
approximately
1
1:10
p.m.,Minnesota
State
Patrol
responded
to
a
medical emergency
onthe
ramp
to
eastbound
Hwy.
94
from Riverside
Avenue,
Minneapolis,
HemepinCounty.
Llpon
arrival,
troopersobserved
the
bodv
of
a
known
adult
maie,
later
identified
as
Victim
1,
lying
facedorvn
onthe
ramp,approximately
forty
feet
in front of
a
Honda
Accord.
Therewas
a
blue container
that
appeared
to
contain
gas
in frontof
the
Accord,
between
thevehicle
and
Victim
1's
body. Victim
I
was
deceased
upon
the
troopers'
arrival.
From
the
evidence
at
the
scene,
it
appeared
to
responding
officers
that
Victim
I
wasattemptingtoput
fuel
in
his
vehicle
rvhen
hewas struck
by
another
car.
The
right
side
of
Victim
i's
bodyhad
injuries
and
his
shoes
had come
off
and
q,ere
betweenthe
Accord
and
his
body.
Trooperslocated
multiple
parts
left
behind bythe
suspect
vehicle.
otte
of
r,vhich
was
able
to
be
identified
as
belonging
to
a
Mercedes.
Several
ol
these
parts
appeared
to
have
blood
on them
Officersdid
an
online
search
in
an
effort
to
furtheridentify
the
suspect
vehicle.
One
of
theheadlights
appeared tohave
come
from
a
Mercedes
GLK300.
On
August24,2071
at
approximately
10:30
p.m.,
State
Patrol received
a
calltrom AttorneyEric
Nelson,
in
which
hestated
that
he
wasgoingto
release
a
Mercedes
ML350
thatwas
involvedin
the
accident
theprevious evening.
Mr.
Nelson
indicated that
the
vehicle
was located
at
416
John
St.
in
Edina,
which
is
theresidence
ol
AMYMARGARIIT
SENSER,
Defendant
herein.
State
Patrol
responded
to thal
address
with
a
tow
truck-and
took
custody
of
the
vehicle.
The
vehicle
wasparked
in
the
garageat
the
time
State
Patrolarrived
at
the
residence.
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Damage
to
the
front
passengerside
of
the
vehicle
was observed
as
well
as
a
broken headlight
and
fog
light
on thepassenger
side.
The
front
passenger
fenderwas
also dented
and
there
appeared
to
be
blood
on
the
front
hood.
The
vehicle registers
to
Defendant'shusband,
Joseph
Michael
Senser.
On
September
2,2077,
Defendant
provided
a statement
to
State
Patrol,
to
wit:
"1,
Amy
Senser,
was
the
driver
of
the
vehicle
in
the
accident in
which
lVictim
1l
losthis life,Further
investigation
has
revealedthe
following:
Several
individuals called
911
aI
the
time of
the accident
and
they
were
interviewed.
Witness
A
stated
that
she
had
been
travelling
westboundon
I-94
and
exited
to
Riverside
Avenue.
As
she
did
so,
she
immediately
observed
a
vehicle
with
its
emergency
hazard
lights
flashing,parked
on
the
right
side
of the
ramp.
Witness
A
further
stated
thatthevehicle was
clearlyvisible
and
she had
plentyof
time
to
slow
her vehicle's
speed
after
noticing
the
disabled
vehicle,
Witness
A
then
saw
a
shoe
lying
in
the
roadway
and
a
man
lying
face
down
inthe
roadway. Two
other
witnessesgave
similar
accounts
of
seeing
the vehicle
and the
victim lying
in the roadway.
Another
witness, Witness
B,
contacted
law
enforcement
and
reportedthe
following:
at
approximately
l1:50
p.m.
on
August
23'd,
she
was
driving
westbound on
I-94
approaching Riverside
Avenue
when her attention
was
drawn
to
a
MercedesBenz
sports
utility
vehiclewhich
was
traveling
westbound
in
front
of
her.
Witness
B
furtherreporledthat
the
vehiclewas
weaving
out
of
its lane
and was
traveling
at
inconsistentspeeds. Witness
B
described
the
vehicle
as
light
tan
or
beige
with
special
series
Minnesota registrationplates,
which
were
definitely
not habitat
plates.
Witness
B
fuither
reportedthat
as
thevehicle
approached
the
Riverside
Avenue
exit,
the vehiclewasin
the
far
right lane.
It
slowed to around 40 mph, then
veered
to
the
far
left lane.
At
this
point
Witness B
noticed all
of
the
emergency
lights
up
on
the
Riverside
exit.
She
then
passed
by
the
Mercedes
and
made
a
pointto
look
at the
vehicle
and the
driver.
Witness
B
describedthe
driver
as
having long
sandy
blond
hair,
which
u'as
blowing
around
because
the
driver's
side
window
was
down. After
she
passed
the
vehicle,
Witness
B
looked
in
herrear
viewmirror
and observed
a
headlight was
out.
Your
Complainantobtained
a
number
of
search
warrants
for
cellphonerecords
for
the
Defendant's
cellphone,
as
well
as
those
for
her
husband, Joseph
Senser
and her
two
daughters,
Child
A
and
Child
B.
Reviewof
those
records
indicates
the
following:
On August
23,20I
I,
between
thehours
of
6:42p.m.
and
7:25p.m.,
the
Defendantplaced
and
received
several
phonecalls
and
while
doing
so
her cellphone
was
utilizing
cell
towers
in
the
UptownMinneapolis area.
The next
call
from
Defendant's
phone
didnot
occur
until
11:08:58
p.m.
This call
was
to
her
daughter,
Child
A,
and
utilized
a
cell
phone
tower
near
I-94
and
Riverside Avenue
in
Minneapolis.
The
next call from
Defendant'sphone
occurred
at
ll:24
p.m.
from
a
cellphone
tower
nearl-94
and
Snelling Avenue,
in
St.
Paul.
Ar11,26p.m.,
Defendantreceived
a
callfrom
a
phone
number
which
investigation
revealed
belonged
to Child
C,
a
friend of
Child
A.
When
this
call
was
received, Defendant's
phone
was
utilizing
a
cellphone
tower
near
I-94
and
Hwy.
280.
Defendant'sphonethen received
two
calls
at
1 1
:29
p.m.
and
i
I :32
p.m.from Child
A's
phone.
Defendant's
phone
was in
thearea
ofI-94
and
Hwy. 280.
At
i
I
:37
p.m.
and
1
I
:38
p.m.,Defendant'sphonereceived
two
morecalls
from
ChildC
and was
utilizing
a
cellphone
tower
located north
of I-94
between
Hwy.
280
and
I-35W,
At
I
I
:40
p.m.,Defendant'sphonereceived another
call
from
Child
A
and her
cell
phonewas
utilizing
a
cell
phone
tower in
thesame
area.
At
I
l:43
p.m.,Defendant'sphonereceived
another
callfrom
Child
C
and her
phone
was
utilizing
a
cell
 
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phone
tower
near
I-94
between
Hwy
280
and
Riverside
Avenue.
At
I1:47
p.m.Defendant's
phone
received
a
cail
from
Joseph
Senser.When
this call
was received,
her phonewas
utilizing
a
cellphonetower
in
the
same
area.
At
11:53
p.m.,
Defendant'sphonereceivedanother
call fromChild
C
and
her
phone
was
utilizing
a
cell
phone
tower
nearl-94
just
east
of Hwy
280.
At
1l:54
p.m.,Defendant's
phone
receivedanother
call from
Joseph
Senser
andher
phone
was
utilizing
a
cell
phone
towerin
the
same
area.
At
11:55
p.m.,
Defendant's
phone
received
another
call
from
Joseph
Senser
and her
phone
was
utilizing
a
cell
phone
tower inthe
area
of I-94
and
Snelling
Avenue.
On
August 24,2011at
12:05a.m.,
Defendant's phonereceivedanother
call from
Joseph
Senserand
her
phonewas
utilizing
a
cellphone
tower
in
the
area
of
I-94
just
east
ofthe
Lowry
Hill
Tunnel.
At
12:07a.m.,
Defendant's
phone
receivedanother
call from
Joseph
Senserand
herphone
was
utilizing
a
cell
phone
tower in
the
area
of I-94
near
I-394,just
northof
the
Lowry
Hill
Tunnel.
At
12:20
and 12:29
a.m., Defendant's
phone
received calls
from
JosephSenserand
herphonewas
utilizing
a
cell
phone
tower
near
Hwy.7
and
Hwy.
100,
YourComplainant
also attemptedto
retrieve
text
messages
from
the
Defendant'sphone.
A
revierv
of
those
messages
reveal
the
fbllowing:
the last
text
message
Defendant
sent
on
August23,2011
was
to Child
A.
It
wassent at
8:23p.rn.and
stated:
"Horylong
until
Katy?
Is therean
intermission?"
The
last
textreceivedbyDefendant's phoneon
August
23'd
was
from
Child
A.
It
was
received
at
71:23
p.m.
andstated:
"Hi
mommy
were
lsicl
by
guest
services."
Thenext
text
message
that
was
recovered
from
Defendant's
cell
phone
was
fromAugust
25,201I
at
l1:14a.m.
Based
on
the
frequency
of
Defendant's
incoming
and
outgoingtexts
priorto
August
23'd,
this
is
a
significant
gap
intexting,
such
that
investigatorsbelieve
a
numberof
texts were
deleted.
Review
of
JosephSenser's
cell
phone
recordsindicatethat
on
the
eveningof August
23'd,he received
several
calls
from
another
fiiendof
Child
A
at
1
1:30
p.m.,
and
1
1:31
p.m..
He
also
received
two
calls
from
that
friend's
father
at
1
1
:40
p.m.
JosephSenser'sphone
made
several
callsto
Child
A
at
1
1:42
p.m.
and
1
I
:52
p.m.
and
agail
at
12:04
p.m.
on
August
24"'
.
Trackingof
thisphoneindicated
that
it
traveled
from
a
location
near
Hwy
7
and
Hwy
100,east
via
I-94,to
a
cell
phone
towerin
the
area
of
I-94
and
I-35E
in
St.
Paul,
near
the
Excel
Energy
Center.
Further
review
of
Joseph Senser's
cell
phone
records
indicatethaton
August
24,2011
at7:20
and 8:28
a.m.,
his
phone
receivedcalls
from
a
number
associated
withFlorida
Detox.
Inc. At
8:53
a.m.,
his
phone
placed
a
call to
a
known
adult male,
T.O., who
is
Defendant's
brother,
and
who
is
a
policeofficer
with
the
Cityof
Edina.
At
l0:28
a.m.,
his
phone
placed
a
call to
a
number
associated
with
the
Halberg
Law
Firm.
At2:48
p.m.,hisphone placed
a
call
to
an
individual
associated
with
Minnesota
Teen
Challenge,
a
drug
and alcoholtreatment
facility.
Based
on this
information,
several
individuals
were
interviewed.Child
C
was
interviewed
onSeptember 13,
2011.
Shegave
the
following
information:
on
August23,2071,
her
motherhaddroppedher
off
at
the
Senser residence,
as
she
was
going
to
the
Katy
Perryconcert
with
Child
A
and
ChildB
as
rvell
as
another
juvenilefemale.
JosephSenser
drove the
girlsto
theconcert
and
theplan
was
for
the Defendant
to
get
a
ticket
andmeet
the
girls
at
the
concert
and
drive
them
home.
Child C
statedthat
theconcert
ended at
around
I
1:15
p.m.
and
that
Child
A
started
calling
the Defendant,
trying
to
arrange
a
placeto
meet.
Child
C
stated
that
she
also
called
the
Defendant.
It
was
taking
a
long
timefor
theDefendant
to
pick
them
up
so
theycalled
Joseph
Senser
to
come
pickthem
up.
While driving
themhome,
Child
C overheard
Joseph
Senser
callthe
Defendant.
He
askedthe
Defendantwhere
she
was.
He
also stated
that
he had
the
girls
andthat the
Defendantshould
'Just
go
home."
ChildC
saidthatwhenthey returnedtothe
Senser
residence,she observed
the
Mercedes
parked
in
the
driveway.
ChildC
stated
that
she

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