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Man suspected of killing parents now in jailSubmitted: 12/24/2013
Story By Associated Press

WASHBURN - The man police believe killed his parents in northern Wisconsin moves from a hospital to the Bayfield County Jail.

44 year old Jim Crain Jr. was discharged from a hospital in Duluth.

The Bayfield County Sheriff's department says he was then taken to the jail.

Crain is accused of killing his father and mother, 79 year old Jim Crain and 76 year old Eunice Crain.

The attack happened December 7th in the couple's Iron River apartment.

Authorities say Jim Crain Jr. apparently cut himself during the attack.

He had been hospitalized in an induced coma.

A bail hearing from Crain has not been scheduled yet.

(Copyright 2013 Associated Press - All Rights Reserved)


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