WAUSAU, WI (WTAQ) - A central Wisconsin man is scheduled to go on trial in early September for allegedly supplying the heroin that killed a man in Marathon County.
31-year-old Lucas Zuehlke of Coloma is charged with five felonies in the death of 30-year-old Thomas Knickerbocker in March of last year.
A three-day trial in Zuehlke's case is set to begin September 2nd in Wausau.
Police said Zuehlke sold $100 of heroin to his girlfriend, who then reportedly gave the drug to Knickerbocker. He was later found dead by his young daughter.
The girlfriend, 34-yera-old Nycole Creed of Wausau, has a status conference set for August 19th on charges of delivering heroin and felony bail jumping.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)