Wisconsin police often have their work cut out for them when trying to sift through the details of suspected criminal incidents. Violent crimes, in particular, often involve complex issues and events that make it impossible to immediately determine what led to assaults or murders, not to mention who may be responsible for said acts. In a recent situation, a man who was apparently murdered had already been named as a suspect in another crime in the area.
The person who was killed was a 20-year-old man. Before he died, he was suspected as having something to do with a burglary that took place at an Islamic mosque in the area. Before that case was ever resolved, the man was murdered during what police say was an active drug deal.
Another man, age 28, has been arrested for the young man’s death. Authorities say he shot and killed the victim at a private residence. He is not only charged with first degree homicide but also illegal possession of a firearm and jumping bail. Formal charges were filed against him on a recent Friday in Green Bay.
Where violent crimes are concerned, it can never be assumed how the Wisconsin court will rule. Often, the outcome of a case is largely affected by the type of representation a defendant secures. Generally speaking, by acting alongside aggressive and experienced defense counsel, a suspect may increase the chances of obtaining positive results, including minimizing any potential negative effects a situation may have on his or her future.
Source: wsau.com, “GB Murder Suspect Charged“, Richard McKinney, Sept. 23, 2016