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Tony Allen Roman Nose is currently incarcerated since June 2001 at the Minnesota Correctional Facility - Oak Park Heights. He was two months shy of his 18th birthday when prosecutors say he raped and killed a teenage girl, 18-year-old Jolene Rae Stuedemann, stabbing her 29 times with a screwdriver at her Woodbury home on July 11, 2000.

Supreme Court: No parole for Roman Nose in Woodbury murder case

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ST. PAUL -- Tony Allen Roman Nose will die in prison under a Minnesota Supreme Court decision issued Wednesday.

In June 2001, Roman Nose was sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for the first-degree murder of Jolene Stuedemann, 18, who was raped and stabbed 29 times with a screwdriver in July 2000 in her Woodbury home.


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