Dede Evavold continues to violate both the terms of her probation and a recently granted Harassment Restraining Order (HRO) which specifically restrict her from harassing and threatening the Rucki family by mentioning them in her use of social media.
Evavold was sentenced on November 10, 2016 after being found guilty of six felony charges related to her involvement in the disappearance of Samantha and Gianna Rucki, who were abducted by their mother near their home in Lakeville, Minnesota on April 19, 2013.
On July 31, 2017, Evavold was served with the HRO at her home in St. Cloud which was granted by a court in Dakota County at the request of David Rucki and his daughter, Samantha Rucki, against Evavold. Days earlier, a court in Dakota County ruled that “an immediate and present danger of harassment” by Evavold existed to warrant the granting of the HRO.
The HRO requested by David Rucki and Samantha Rucki also protects Gianna Rucki and two other minor Rucki children from being harassed by Evavold. Since the HRO was granted and served on Evavold she has repeatedly violated the HRO and thus the conditions of her probation which were imposed at her sentencing hearing last year. Continue reading