Suspect Found In Cargill Hedge Fund Manager’s Death

Mar 29 2010 | 11:54am ET

Police in Crystal, Minn., have identified the driver they believe struck and killed Cargill hedge fund manager Michael Rymer 10 days ago.

Authorities have impounded the suspect’s vehicle. The person is cooperating with the police, who do not believe the driver intended to hit Rymer. The police expect to submit the case to the Hennepin County attorney’s office within two weeks.

Rymer was the victim of a hit-and-run early in the morning of March 20. The 39-year-old father of three had spent the night out with friends watching the NCAA college basketball tournament and was going to a friend’s at the time of the accident, around 1:40 a.m.

According to police, Rymer was lying in the street before he was struck. One vehicle stopped in an attempt to warn him, but he was hit before he could get up and leave the street.


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