Loading
Search
NEWS STORIES

North Dakota Murder suspect arrested in Vilas CountySubmitted: 12/19/2013
Story By Associated Press


VILAS COUNTY - Deputies in Vilas County arrested a Michigan man charged with murder in North Dakota.

Ryan Anderson of Iron River, Michigan was picked up for violating bond conditions.

He's accused of fatally stabbing his friend, Christopher King, in a March dispute at an oil field crew camp in northwestern North Dakota.

He's scheduled for trial in mid-February.

Williams County Sheriff's Detective Caleb Fry says Anderson was arrested Sunday in Vilas County on suspicion of drunken driving.

Authorities in North Dakota are arranging to bring Anderson back to that state.

Fry says it's the second time Anderson has violated his bond conditions.

Anderson's bond initially was set at 1-million dollars, but later reduced to 50-thousand.

(Copyright 2013 Associated Press - All Rights Reserved)


Text Size: + Increase | Decrease -
| Print Story | Email Story
Sponsored in part by HodagSports.com





 IN OTHER NEWS

Play Video

EAGLE RIVER - When you think of entrepreneurs you probably think of technology startups or new inventions.

But the Vilas County Economic Development Corporation wants to focus on artists as entrepreneurs as well. 

With the latest business incubator in Eagle River, they've done just that.

+ Read More

Play Video

WHITE LAKE - There's a lot of pride in the Village of White Lake.

The people there are proud of their school, proud of their health center, and proud of their history.

"There's just so much history here. It's just a good little place," said White Lake Area Historical Society secretary Judy Popelka. 

+ Read More

MADISON - A federal judge in Wisconsin has declared multiple Republican-authored election laws unconstitutional in a sweeping ruling.

+ Read More

LINCOLN COUNTY - We expect an 85-year-old Antigo woman to be charged next month for the death of a Lincoln County highway worker last summer.

According to online court records, Mary Robinson is expected to face a charge of Homicide by Negligent use of a Vehicle.

+ Read More

Play Video

ANTIGO - When the Kretz family started the Kretz Lumber Company here in Antigo in 1929, they built part of the original saw mill with hemlock that grew near the property.  Now, a piece of hemlock far older than that serves as a reminder of the company's rich history.

+ Read More

Play Video

CRANDON - Nearly 200 vendors will make their way to Crandon this weekend for the annual Kentuck Day Festival.

Among them is a former nationally ranked snow-cross racer turned peanut brittle chef.

+ Read More

WAUSAU - A 43-year-old Marathon County man will go to prison for more than a decade for incest after being convicted in Marathon County court Friday.

Micheal Mayville was originally charged with multiple counts of incest and second-degree sexual assault in two separate cases. Those assault charges were ultimately dismissed.

+ Read More
+ More General News
Search: 




Click Here