ST. CLOUD (AP) -- St. Cloud police have arrested two teens in connection with the shooting death of an executive with scrapbooking direct-seller Creative Memories.
The victim was identified as Ken MacLennan, 53, the vice president of international administration for Creative Memories, a unit of Ohio-based Antioch Cos. He had moved to St. Cloud from Florida within the last six months, and lived with his 17-year-old son.
St. Cloud Police Capt. Richard Wilson said two 17-year-old boys were arrested about 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Wilson said MacLennan's 17-year-old son called police to the residence just before 2 a.m. Tuesday, saying that someone appeared to have shot his father. Wilson said MacLennan suffered multiple gunshot wounds.
"He was a really likable person," Creative Memories spokesman Bob McClintick said of MacLennan. "He had a kind of quiet confidence about him, a calming presence. It made him an effective leader."
MacLennan was responsible for the day-to-day operations of international home offices for Creative Memories, McClintick said. The company employs about 225 people in its St. Cloud office.
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