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Driver pleads guilty in crash that killed Eden couple

Sentencing set for Jan. 2

11:16 AM, Sep. 25, 2013
Daniel Shea, 25, of Campbellsport, awaits a plea hearing Tuesday afternoon in Fond du Lac County Circuit Court. He entered guilty pleas to two charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle for a 2012 crash that killed an Eden couple.
Daniel Shea, 25, of Campbellsport, awaits a plea hearing Tuesday afternoon in Fond du Lac County Circuit Court. He entered guilty pleas to two charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle for a 2012 crash that killed an Eden couple.
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A Campbellsport man has entered guilty pleas to charges that he killed an Eden couple last year while driving drunk.

Daniel M. Shea, 25, of N588 Alpine Lane, appeared in Fond du Lac County Circuit Court Tuesday before Judge Gary Sharpe. Shea, who is represented by attorney Kirk Everson, is accused of causing the deaths of Paul and Joanna Grahl on Sept. 13, 2012, in a crash on Highway 45 in the town of Auburn.

Assistant District Attorney Dennis Krueger said he would request up to 10 years in prison for the two charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle. A third charge of causing injury by ...

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