Several Wisconsin residents were sentenced in 2013 for decades-old crimes, while new slayings left residents horrified.
After successfully pleading insanity while on trial for killing two police officers in 1975, a sane Wisconsin man who spent 38 years in a mental hospital learned Friday he'd be a free man within 10 days.
Alan Randall may have been better off going to prison for killing two Wisconsin police officers in 1975. He might have been freed in his early 30s, with most of his life still ahead of him.
A man who's been institutionalized since killing two Waukesha County police officers as a teenager in 1975 could be freed next month, if state officials can find housing for him in a different county.
A man who killed two Summit police officers nearly 40 years ago has won release from a Wisconsin mental hospital.
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