WASECA — A Minneapolis man faces burglary charges after he was arrested at gunpoint by a Waseca police officer.
Carl Craig Larson, 47, was apprehended after residents came home about 12:30 p.m. Sunday and saw a broken garage door window and an unknown car in the driveway.
The residents called law enforcement and Waseca County deputy Anthony Martens entered the home, found Larson in a bedroom and arrested him without incident.
A large amount of jewelry, firearms and other items were recovered from the vehicle in the driveway. Those items are believed to be connected with a recent home burglary in Le Sueur.
In the Waseca residence a loaded .357 revolver was found near Larson.
Larson has served time in prison for burglary and second-degree murder.
In addition to the Waseca burglary charge he faces a charge of possession of stolen property and felon in possession of a firearm.