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Accused driver in OWI fatality seeks new judge

1:25 PM, Sep. 16, 2013
Timothy Saavedra, blue shirt, with his attorney James Kurszewski, right, appear for an arraignment Monday in Portage County Court Branch No. 1 before Portage County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Eagon, with Portage County District Attorney Louis Molepske. Saavedra's attorney has requested a new judge in the case.
Timothy Saavedra, blue shirt, with his attorney James Kurszewski, right, appear for an arraignment Monday in Portage County Court Branch No. 1 before Portage County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Eagon, with Portage County District Attorney Louis Molepske. Saavedra's attorney has requested a new judge in the case.
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The man accused of driving drunk and killing two Wisconsin Rapids women has requested a new judge.

Defense attorneys for Timothy Saavedra, 22, of Rudolph submitted a request for Portage County Circuit Court Judge Thomas Eagon to recuse himself from the case, and for a bond modification so he can speak to the surviving victim in the crash.

Saavedra is accused of killing two Wisconsin Rapids women, both 21 years old, and injuring a 21-year-old Rudolph man in the crash. Melissa Ann Peterson-Suzda and Stephanie Eberhardt were found dead by ...

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