By Dispatch staff report
Ronald Bzdok is sentenced to 306 month prison under a plea deal.
AITKIN–A 25-year old Buffalo man entered a guilty plea for the 2022 killing of his father in Aitkin County District Court Friday, September 1.
Ronald Joseph Bzdok faces charges of felony second degree murder after the death at Palisade cabin, of his father Daniel Bzdok. Ronald Bzdok’s trial was set to begin for the crime in Aitkin County on October 1.
A plea agreement was made between Ronald Bzdok’s defence attorney and his Aitkin County Attorney’s Office. Ronald Bzdok agreed to plead guilty for felony second-degree killing. He will then be sentenced 306 month’s prison.
It was not clear Friday whether or not Judge David F. Hermerding had accepted the guilty plea. Hermerding ordered the investigation of the case and listed a sentencing day for October 13, Aitkin County, District Court in records.
Daniel Bzdok (Buffalo) and Ronald Bzdok (Palisade), his son, left his Buffalo cabin, which was a trailer, for Fleming Lake on Saturday, July 22, 2022.
Daniel Bzdok last spoke to on 23 July 2022. Daniel Bzdok is known to drive a Buick LeSabre. He also brought his.22 handgun with him to the cabin. The Wright County Missing Persons Case involved him.
Daniel Bzdok’s sister became worried after many unanswered calls and checked his cabin on the 26th of July, 2022. He discovered the main entrance padlocked. There were also no vehicles nearby, so he left.
Aitkin County’s sheriff deputy searched for Daniel Bzdok at the site on July 27 2022. The deputy went around the cabin’s exterior and, looking through the window of a large room, he noticed a deceased man at the dining-room table with bloody chest.
Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, along with their crime scene teams, responded to this residence. Investigators observed that many of the windows had been covered up and that the interior of the trailer appeared to be dark.
The police executed a search order and used a photo from a drivers license to identify Daniel Bzdok, the person who was missing. Authorities found the man with the graham cracker he was holding in front of him and one gunshot on his back. The authorities found one.22-caliber casing next to victim.
BCA’s special agents located a letter in the presence of the victim, saying that Daniel Bzdok believed Ronald Bzdok had stolen from him. Daniel Bzdok also planned to inform law enforcement about this and seek a protective order.
Ronald Bzdok – the man who last spoke to Daniel Bzdok – was arrested on July 23 2022 in Wright County, while he was in Wright County driving the victim’s automobile and in possession a.22 handgun. The arrest occurred at 7 p.m. on charges of driving drunk, having a firearm in possession by a convicted felon and possessing drugs.
A search warrant was executed by investigators on Ronald Bzdok’s belongings. They found the victim’s Cabela’s Credit Card and a Key Ring containing Buick keys, Ford keys, gunsafe keys, and many other keys.
Ronald Bzdok has been previously convicted for a gross misdemeanor DWI after refusing to undergo a drug test and of felony theft via swindle. The conviction for theft was the result of an employee’s theft from Holiday gas station Medina. In the complaint it was stated that the man fraudulently returned products to the shop without ever purchasing them. As a result, the company suffered a loss amounting to $2,211.62.
Heidi Hahn from Brainerd, the Superintendent at the time, said that although the names of the victim and the teacher Dan Bzdok of Forestview Middle school are similar in spelling they do not belong to the same person.
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