Man on trial for killing sister, her boyfriend
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. — A man charged in the shooting deaths of his sister and her boyfriend will stand trial in western Wisconsin.
The Leader-Telegram reports that a judge in Eau Claire County has determined there’s enough evidence to try 46-year-old Wayne Price. The decision was made during a hearing Tuesday where two police detectives testified.
Price has been charged with intentional homicide, hiding a corpse and recklessly endangering safety in connection to the deaths of his sister, Elizabeth Price, and her boyfriend, David Dishneau.
Court documents say the shooting is believed to have occurred around Sept. 23 in a vehicle owned by Elizabeth Price’s employer.
Wayne Price was taken into custody on Sept. 29. He is in Eau Claire County Jail on a $1 million cash bail.
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