Owatonna, MN (KROC-AM News)- The Minnesota man suspected of killing a woman in Owatonna has been arrested. 

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25-year-old Sabrina Lee Schnoor of Elysian was found dead under an I-35 overpass in Owatonna Monday night. Owatonna police initially described her death as suspicious but later ruled it a homicide and stated Schnoor's death was caused by a single gunshot wound in what was believed to be a targeted attack. 

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On Friday police identified the suspect in the woman’s murder as 38-year-old Jason Lee Horner. Members of the Owatonna Police Department, the South-Central Drug Investigative Unit SWAT team, Waseca Police Department, and River Valley (Mankato Area) SWAT team executed an arrest warrant around 4 a.m. Sunday at an apartment building in Waseca. 

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A statement released Sunday morning says Horner was taken into custody without further incident. Detention records indicate Horner was booked into the Steele County Jail on suspicion of second-degree murder-with intent not premeditated and ineligible person in possession of a firearm charges. 

Court records indicate Horner was convicted of felony second-degree burglary in Mower County in 2018, a crime that prevents him from possessing a firearm. His criminal history also includes convictions of aiding and abetting second-degree assault and domestic assault.

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