Francesca Marie Desandre, identified by mainstream media as one of the "Bloody Fourth of July" murder victims from this weekend, is rumored to have moved to Minnesota from elsewhere and reportedly had so few connections in the community that nobody has erected a street memorial for her.
Online court records show she was convicted of trespass in December of 2013 by entering a locked and/or posted building. The online court record gives a clue where this trespass likely happened because she had a geographic restriction requiring her to stay away from...
...5825 74th Ave. N. in Brooklyn Park. This is a place called Brooks Landing, listed online as low income housing. She also shows up on this blog's preserved copy of the Hennepin County Jail Roster for the period of time from July 5 to August 9, 2013, and she has "5825 74th Ave. N." listed for her address.
So if she really arrived in Minnesota from elsewhere, that jail roster can pin down her residency in Minnesota to at least summer of 2013.
She was sentenced to ten days in the workhouse but required to serve none of it, and was given probation until December 30, 2014, therefore died while on probation. But, it should be pointed out, she has no other criminal or civil record...
Desandre fits an emerging pattern JNS blog is seeing lately of North Minneapolis murder victims who died while on probation. She died still owing $128 on the court charges, with an "update" sent to collections on April 7.