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Man asks to be released from mental institute 25 years after killing

8:46 PM, Mar. 27, 2014
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Jim Dowling still can remember clearly the look in Steven Feck's eyes more than 25 years ago.

Dowling, then an officer with the Stevens Point Police Department, recalls walking into a trailer in the 3200 block of Water Street on Dec. 11, 1989, thinking he was responding to a routine domestic disturbance call.

The door to the trailer was ajar, so he shoved it open and stepped inside. He found himself face-to-face with the 6-foot, 7-inch, 300-pound Feck, then 25 years of age, standing over the lifeless bleeding body of Feck's grandfather. ...

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