According to the criminal complaint, at 12:39 p.m. Dec. 28,
Beltrami County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about people
hunting from a vehicle.
The deputies located the vehicle and found
two male occupants in the cab of the vehicle and one male party
standing in the bed of the truck. The deputy observed the male in
the bed of truck duck behind the cab of the pickup. He appeared to
be concealing an object.
The man was identified as Beaulieu. The
deputy found a rifle barrel protruding from a pile of snow in the
truck. Both the men in the cab had firearms as well. Beaulieu was
dressed in blaze orange hunting gear. On his person was a
camouflaged hunting knife, on which there was deer blood, deer hair
The firearm was identified as a Remington Model 7600 pump
action center fire rifle. It was loaded with four shells. The
initials “A.B.” were scratched into the rifle. He has been
adjudicated delinquent for a “crime of violence” as a juvenile and
was convicted of felony terrorist threats as an adult.