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17 charges filed against Wausau murder suspectSubmitted: 10/18/2019
17 charges filed against Wausau murder suspect
Story By Zackery White

WAUSAU - Charges have been filed against a Wausau man accused of killing one person and wounding two others in a shooting at the Pine Grove Cemetery earlier this month.

Henry West faces 16 felony counts and one misdemeanor charge.

Charges include one count of 1st-Degree Intentional Homicide, eleven counts of Attempted 1st-Degree Intentional Homicide, one charge of Arson, three charges of Attempted Arson of Building, and a misdemeanor charge of Resisting or Obstructing an Officer.

West will appear in Marathon County court Friday at 2 p.m




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