The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension is giving some information on recent no-knock search warrants.  Fox-nine is reporting that sixty total search warrants have been reported by law enforcement agencies since September 1st across the state.  Forty-nine of the sixty were classified as no-knock warrants.  The data from the B-C-A shows that twenty of the forty-nine no-knock raids in that time period were conducted in Minneapolis.  The information released is not complete as agencies have three months to submit information on searches.