The authorities have filed charges against two people for killing a beaver dam man on the Dodge County Farm Halloween.
Nigel Schultz, 20, Portage, faces five felony sins, including a first-degree intentional homicide.
The 32-year-old Rebecca A. Wolc of Beaver Dam faces accusations of harbouring/helping serious criminals.
The two will make their debut at the Dodge County Court at 12:45 pm. Wednesday.
Update: The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office has identified the man who was killed in Dodge County on October 31 and Bradlee Gerkee of the 36-year-old Beaver Dam.
Sheriff Dell Schmidt said that on Wednesday, someone called 911 or a non-emergency law enforcement agency and reported a body at N901, Hongyi Road, Lebanon.
Schmidt said in a few hours that a suspect was detained.
City of Lebanon (WKOW) – The official of the Dodge County Sheriff has identified a male murder victim whose body was found on Halloween.
But Sheriff Dale Schmidt refused to announce his name on Friday, citing continued investigations and efforts to inform close relatives.
Schmidt said that on Wednesday, someone called 911 or a non-emergency law enforcement agency and reported a body at N901, Hongyi Road, Lebanon.
Records show that the home has been owned by the 49-year-old Marine Corps veterans since 2010, but Schmidt declined to comment on how the murder victim was associated with the property, if any.
Schmidt said a suspect was detained within hours of the law enforcement response to the agency’s report. He said the suspect was not involved in the murder in the Dodge County Prison.
The sheriff also refused to disclose whether the suspect knew whether the victim was a stranger or not.
Schmidt said he believes there is no lingering threat to the region. “Communities are safe… they can feel safe at home,” Schmidt said.
The authorities said that an autopsy was carried out on the body on Friday, but no findings were found.
The crime scene is located in a secluded area near Sugar Island, an illegal community in the Lebanese town of Dodge County.