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Nelson pleads guilty, sentenced to life in prison

(CASS COUNTY, Mo.) Joseph Garland Nelson plead guilty Friday to two counts of first-degree murder in the case of two missing brothers from Wisconsin. According to court documents, Nelson has been sentenced to two life sentences without the possibility of parole that will from consecutively. The other charges of abandonment...
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'One Pill can Kill': DEA seizes 440K fentanyl-laced pills in the Midwest

CHICAGO - The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration announced results of an enforcement surge called, "One Pill Can Kill." Since late May, DEA agents seized 440,000 fentanyl laced pills in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin. Nationwide, agents nabbed more than 10 million pills, plus 980 pounds of fentanyl powder. "That's 36 million...
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Wisconsin's Most Wanted: Marvin Blackshear has warrants in Sheboygan

SHEBOYGAN, Wis. - When it comes to 55-year-old Marvin Blackshear, U.S. Marshals say you need to set time aside to go over his criminal history. "Mr. Blackshear has been in and out of custody since about 1993," said the U.S. Marshal on the case. "His rap sheet give or take 31 pages. So he has a long history of a lot of drug charges."
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Mo. farmer pleads guilty to shooting Wis. brothers, burning, dumping their bodies over cattle deal

BRAYMER, Mo. (TCD) -- A farmer has pleaded guilty in connection with the murder of two Wisconsin brothers over a cattle deal. According to a news release from the Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office, Garland Nelson pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree murder and the burning and disposal of Nick Diemel and Justin Diemel. He was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences without parole.
BRAYMER, MO
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School bus fleet targeted for catalytic converters

OSHKOSH, Wis. — When you see it up close, it’s not overly impressive or flashy. Catalytic converter thefts are up in Wisconsin and across the nation. A school bus fleet was targeted in Oshkosh this week. Officials said keeping vehicles in fenced or well-lit areas may help deter...
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