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Man Accused of Baseball Bat Beating Says He's Not Guilty Submitted: 11/21/2012
Wausau - One of the two Wausau men accused of beating another man to death with a baseball bat claims he's not guilty.

Eighteen-year-old Zachary Froehlich entered his plea in Marathon County court today.

Police say he and 20-year-old Warren Krohn robbed Kerby Kneiss in June. They're then accused of beating him to death with a baseball bat.

Froehlich faces seven felonies including first degree reckless homicide. His next court date is in January. Krohn will be back in front of a judge December 18th.

Written By: Lyndsey Stemm

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