A 47-year-old Minneapolis woman has been charged with second degree murder after allegedly killing a Thanksgiving dinner guest.
Criminal charges against Anenia Marie Hare say that Hare had invited 69-year-old Edward Caliph over to her apartment for Thanksgiving dinner. But she told police that before they started to eat, she saw him lighting a crack pipe, without asking her or offering to share.
Hare told investigators she grabbed a TV antenna and a butcher knife and blocked Caliph from leaving. He apparently tried to break out a window with a vacuum cleaner, and a struggle over the knife ensued.
Hare later called 911 four times to report she'd subdued him. Paramedics arrived and took Caliph to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The charges don't detail exactly how Caliph died. Hare is being held on half a million dollars bail.