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Bemidji Pioneer 

Puposky man’s court hearing continued


John Michael Luedecke

BEMIDJI – John Michael Luedecke, 39, of Puposky, appeared in Beltrami County District Court Monday morning before Judge Paul Benshoof.

Luedecke’s appearance was continued to June 25, when he will appear before Judge John Melbye on two court files, including one with two felony charges and one accusing him of violating probation.

In the newest case, Luedecke is charged with felony domestic assault by strangulation and felony terroristic threats with reckless disregard for risk. Court papers claim he used a nylon webbing belt to strangle a woman he knew in an effort to secure her consent for sexual relations.

Luedecke remains in Beltrami County Jail.


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