WAUSAU, Wis. (WSAU) - Wausau police have released more information about Friday's shooting that left a man dead at a bar.
Wausau police had been looking for two men who may have been witnesses to the shooting. One of those men has turned himself in. He is 30-year-old Samuel A Teague. Teague was also wanted on a warrant from the Department of Corrections on another matter.
Police are now once again looking for two men based on information gathered so far. They're 30-year-old Joshua A Sanchez and 19 year old Timothy Jacobs. If you know their whereabouts, contact your local police.
The victim in the shooting was 27-year-old KC Christopher Elliot of Wausau. Elliot was shot early Friday in the parking lot outside of Sidetracked Bar on Wausau’s west side. The suspect is 31-year-old John M. Lewis. He remains in custody on a probation hold, and is likely to have new homicide charges added to his lengthy criminal history.
Lewis has been to prison more than once in the past decade, and has been involved in cocaine, marijuana, and heroin trafficking. He is presently awaiting a March plea and sentencing on his latest drug charges.
No date has yet been set for Lewis on the shooting.