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Bond set for teen accused in fatal stabbing

STEVENS POINT, Wis. (AP) — A Portage County judge has set a $250,000 bond for a teenager accused of stabbing three people, including one fatally.

Nineteen-year-old Tyler Dahms appeared in court Tuesday by video conferencing. District Attorney Tom Eagon said he will charge Dahms with the death of 37-year-old Karen Dombrowski and attempted homicides of her husband, Michael, and brother-in-law, Kenneth.

Authorities say Dahms was among a group of people the Dombrowskis kicked off some property in the town of New Hope about 6 a.m. Sunday following a large party. Eagon said Dahms came back to the property later Sunday to pick up his truck and stabbed the three one by one as they approached him.

According to the Stevens Point Journal, the conditions of the Dombrowski brothers are improving.

Information from: Stevens Point Journal, http://www.stevenspointjournal.com

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