CRIME AND COURT ROUNDUP: Business owner says he's wrongly accused of a 1992 double murder
The owner of a Western store in central Wisconsin says he's being wrongly-targeted as a suspect in a 1992 double-murder in nearby Waupaca County. Laine Shields told reporters yesterday that investigators searched his B-Bar-10 Western Store at Amherst for almost 12 hours on Tuesday, and again last March -- and they found no evidence either time. He said he consented to the searches because has nothing to hide. The state Justice Department refuses comment.
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