Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Instagram

Chatty Belle - The World's Largest Talking Cow

Click here for Stock Market Info



Radar by AccuWeather
GET FORECAST

Northern Indoor Comfort Systems

Clark County Humane Society - Lost & Found

Recent News
No Additional Jail Time for Marshfield Man Regarding the Death of his Girlfriend
Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013 -- 8:21 am
Posted by Riley Hebert-News Director


-A Marshfield man accused of beating his girlfriend to death was sentenced for the crime a second time on Monday during a hearing in Marathon County Court.

In 2009, Eric Mayer, age 32, was charged with the death of his girlfriend Cynthia Tyler. Mayer told investigators that he hit her in the face after she had kicked him in the mouth. When Mayer hit her, Tyler was knocked unconscious and she later died of a ruptured artery in her brain.

In March of 2010, a plea deal was reached and Mayer pleaded no contest to felony murder. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Mayer recently appealed the conviction saying he had ineffective counsel. Mayer’s attorney had been undergoing treatment for cancer at the time and has since died. Mayer was granted a trial that was supposed to begin Monday before a deal was reached. The deal was reached as some medical evidence had gone missing.

Under this new deal, Mayer will not spend the full 10 years in prison that he was initially sentenced to, but a judge did sentence him to 19 months in prison on Monday. However, he has already served that time so he will spend no more time in prison, but he will be on six years supervision.


WRN Headlines
Body of missing Wisconsin man found on Michigan beach
WIAA membership puts multiplier plan on hold
Bucks sold for $550 million (AUDIO)
Walker stops short of committing to full second term
Guilty verdict in Lincoln County homicide


VIEW OUR ARCHIVE



OBITUARIES

Gross Auto Group - Over 300 vehicles at grossauto.com
OVER 300 VEHICLES at grossauto.com

Click here for BIG SAVINGS





Copyright © 2014 CWBRadio.com | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Website by SchillerMedia.com