Ex-Wisconsin emissary who killed wife, sister-in-law dies from ALS
March 8, 2017 - als
MADISON — A former Wisconsin sheriff’s emissary who killed his mother and sister-in-law, though was found not legally obliged since of his bum health has died.
Attorney Jessa Nicholson Goetz represented ex-deputy Andrew Steele during his trial. She says a 42-year-old died Tuesday, Mar 7th during UW Hospital in Madison of complications from Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Investigators contend Steele fatally shot his wife, Ashlee Steele, and her sister, Kacee Tollefsbol of Minnesota, during a couple’s home in 2014, afterwards attempted to kill himself.
Steele’s attorneys pronounced he suffered from a neurocognitive commotion ensuing from Lou Gehrig’s disease, or ALS, that attacks haughtiness cells that control muscles.
The Michigan local was expelled from a mental sanatorium final year and into a control of his relatives after a decider ruled he no longer acted a threat.