Several wanted in connection with reservation death

At least four people are facing charges for the stabbing death of a man on the Lower Sioux Reservation in Minnesota.

Robert F. Berry, 50, was stabbed at least 14 times last Friday morning. He lived on the reservation.

Authorities are looking for Morris J. Pendleton Jr., 24, on charges of second-degree murder. He is believed to have stabbed Berry.

Authorities have arrested Keith Hapana Crow, 22, of Morton, and Alicia Ann Connor, 18, on felony obstruction charges. They are alleged to have dumped Berry's body in a river and set his SUV on fire.

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested and is expected to be charged as an adult in connection with the death.

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Morton man, 24, among 3 wanted in slaying (The Minneapolis Star Tribune 9/28)