MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota’s attorney general has charged 10 people following an investigation into the death of a 72-year-old man and the alleged neglect of other patients at a northern Minnesota care center. The most serious charges include racketeering, swindling and manslaughter counts against Theresa Lee Olson, former owner of the now-closed center in Hill City. Attorney General Ellison says his office is holding them accountable for what he alleges was “systematic, intolerable abuse and neglect.”