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Man Broke Into Minnesota Home, Cooked Himself Some Chicken Nuggets, Cops Say

The Smoking Gun Tuesday, 13 March 2018
Man Broke Into Minnesota Home, Cooked Himself Some Chicken Nuggets, Cops SayDylan Madden, 21, was not so intoxicated that he was unable to "make conscious decisions," according to a court filing.

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News video: Charges: Burglar Cooked Up Chicken Nuggets In Sleeping Family's Home

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A Mankato man is charged with felony burglary after authorities said he entered a private residence, terrifying the mother of two who lived there. Matt Yurus reports.

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