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The couple lived in Owen and had no relation to Zimmerman.
Additionally the homeowner had two young childrenin the house at the time of the incident, they were not injured.
Zimmerman surrendered to police voluntarilyfollowing the shooting and is being held on two counts of intentional first degree homicideand one count of attempted intentional first degree homicide. His bond was set at $1,000,000.
After the shooting Zimmerman posted on social media: “Farewell everyone,
I’m sorry for all that I have hurt from this.”
A preliminary hearing is set for January 31st.
The suspect in a weekend double murder in Abbotsford is set to make a court appearance this afternoon.
WAOW Newsline 9 reports that he’s been identified as 26 year old Tyler M. Zimmerman, facing two counts of first degree intentional homicide and one count of attempted first degree intentional homicide. The District Attorney’s office says he will appear before a judge at 2 PM Monday.
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Charges stem from a Saturday morning incident that left two people dead and another person injured. Circumstances leading up to the shootings remain unknown, however we do know Zimmerman knew the victims in some way.
The Colby Abbotsford Police Department and Marathon County Sheriff’s Departments are continuing to investigate. Several other groups are assisting including the State Crime Lab and Clark County Sheriff’s office