Wife arrested in New Brighton deer-feeding shootings - KMSP-TV

Wife arrested in New Brighton deer-feeding shootings

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NEW BRIGHTON, Minn. (KMSP) -

A New Brighton, Minn. woman charged in connection with the shootings of two neighbors in an escalating feud over the feeding of deer in the neighborhood has surrendered to police.

Paula Zumberge, 50, allegedly drove away from the 2500 block of Knollwood Drive following Monday night’s shooting.

Her husband, Neal Zumberge, is charged with second-degree murder and attempted murder for the May 5 shootings of neighbors Todd Stevens and Jennifer Cleven. Stevens died of a gunshot wound and Cleven was shot twice in the stomach, but survived.

Paula Zumberge was charged Thursday with aiding and abetting second-degree murder. Her criminal complaint mirrors the one filed against her husband, detailing how Cleven overheard Paula Zumberge yell, "Shoot, shoot, shoot -- keep shooting!" while her husband fired his gun.

May 8: Wife charged in fatal New Brighton deer-feeding feud

May 7: Neal Zumberge charged with murder

May 6: Neighbors’ deer feeding argument turns deadly in New Brighton


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