Wrongly Named Person of Interest in Wetterling Abduction

From The Washington Post March 31, 2017:

On the night that 11-year-old Jacob Wetterling was abducted by a masked gunman while riding his bike with friends in St. Joseph, Minn., Daniel Rassier was home alone, organizing his record collection. It was Oct. 22, 1989.  Rassier, an elementary school music teacher, heard his dog, Smokey, bark as two different cars pulled into his driveway, turned around and drove away.  Later that night, he learned a child had been taken from a site near the end of the driveway of the farm home Rassier shared with his parents. He would spend hours helping authorities search the area and would soon become a key witness…

Further Reading:

  1. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/03/31/to-them-i-was-a-murderer-wrongly-named-person-of-interest-in-1989-wetterling-abduction-seeks-justice/?utm_term=.be90c0c89bcf
  2. Finding Jacob Wetterling: The 27-Year Investigation from Kidnapping to Confession by Robert M. Dudley