DULUTH, MN (Northland's NewsCenter) - The latest suspect, wanted in connection with a fatal stabbing at a Downtown Duluth apartment, was arrested Wednesday after being found in St. Cloud.
St. Cloud Police went to a home responding to a call, just after four this morning.
While investigating, they found Joshua Lee Littlewolf among the occupants.
He was arrested on an outstanding warrant for 2nd Degree Murder for the death of Josh DeFoe-Olson in Duluth.
Littlewolf is in custody in Benton County and will be moved to St. Louis County by the end of the week.
Duluth and St. Cloud Police worked together to execute the search warrant at the St. Cloud home.
The criminal complaint says witnesses identified Littlewolf as the person who stabbed Olson at the Frances Skinner Apartments on First Street.
Other witnesses reported that Nakota Benjamin stabbed Olson.
Benjamin is in custody, charged with 2nd Degree Murder.
Meanwhile, a third man who was initially arrested, has since been released.
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