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Madision man pleads guilty to fatally shooting brother

 
Madision man pleads guilty to fatally shooting brother
Posted Friday, June 13th 2014 @ 7am  by 1310 WIBA/Associated Press

 

MADISON, Wis. (AP) _ A Madison man accused of fatally shooting his brother in March has pleaded guilty to a reduced homicide charge.

Assistant Public Defender Jon Helland says 39-year-old Bonnell Hanger was afraid of his 33-year-old brother, Fredrica, who had just been released from prison.

Because Bonnell Hanger expressed fear about his brother, prosecutors agreed to let Hanger plead guilty to second-degree intentional homicide.

Hanger will be sentenced in Dane County in about two months.

According to the complaint, witnesses say Fredrica Hanger was in the driver's seat of a car, parked outside his mother's home, installing a car stereo. Bonnell Hanger arrived and knocked on the driver's window, and an argument ensued. Bonnell Hanger pulled out a gun and shot his brother twice in the head.

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