Minnesota man indicted in February slaying at Allina clinic
Gregory Ulrich remains in the Wright County jail; a trial date has not been set
October 12, 2021
A man who barged his way into a health care clinic in Buffalo, Minn., last February, setting off explosives and shooting five clinic workers, one fatally, made an appearance in Wright County Court on Monday where he was informed that a grand jury had indicted him on a charge of first-degree premeditated murder.
The indictment was an upgrade from the second-degree murder charge brought after he was arrested at the scene of the shooting. In addition, the grand jury indicted him on four counts of first-degree premeditated attempted murder, the same charges leveled in a complaint filed back in February.
Gregory Paul Ulrich was also indicted on a charge of discharging an explosive or incendiary device at the Allina Medical Clinic at 755 Crossroads Campus Drive in Buffalo.