Dane County, Wisconsin District Attorney Ismael Ozanne has filed two charges of first-degree intentional homicide against Andrew Steele, a former Wisconsin Sheriff’s Deputy. Steele has been accused of killing his wife, 39-year-old Ashlee Steele and his sister-in-law, 38-year-old Kacee Tollefsbol. Their bodies were found in Steele’s home in Fitchburg on August 22nd. Steele faces life in prison if convicted. Steele resigned from the Dane County Sheriff’s Department in June after being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a.k.a Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS can lead to paralysis and death.
Former Wisconsin Deputy Charged in Double HomicidePosted: September 3, 2014 in Justice, News, Police Who Don't Protect and Serve
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