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Kenosha County homicide trial focuses on intent

KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) — The brother of a man accused of killing his girlfriend in Kenosha County says the defendant talked about ways of disposing of the woman’s body after he shot her.

Chester Mass is on trial for first-degree intentional homicide in the December 2013 death of Heather Adamski. Mass contends he accidentally shot Adamski while they were handling a gun.

The Kenosha News says the defendant’s brother, Justin Mass, testified for the prosecution Monday. He said his brother asked for help moving the woman’s body and talked about dismembering it, tossing it in a creek or taking it to a drug dealer’s house.

Justin Mass says he ran from the apartment while his brother was in the kitchen and called police from a relative’s house. The trial continues Tuesday.

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