September 17, 2021

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The Spirit Of Health

Plover man fully commited to mental well being facility for killing father

STEVENS POINT – A Plover person pleaded not guilty by explanation of mental ailment or defect Friday morning in the October loss of life of his 79-yr-previous father.

Daniel P. Sullivan, 45, is billed with first-degree intentional murder in link with the Oct. 26 demise of his father. According to the felony criticism, Sullivan intentionally strike his father with an SUV.

As element of a plea offer drafted and agreed upon by the Portage County District Attorney Louis Molepske and protection legal professional Jerod Barkley, Sullivan pleaded not responsible by rationale of mental sickness or defect to the charges of first-degree intentional murder, felony hurt to property and disorderly perform. He pleaded the similar for an further charge of battery by prisoners for an incident that happened all through his incarceration. 

Portage County Circuit Judge Patricia Baker accepted the not responsible pleas and ordered that Sullivan be committed to a psychiatric facility for existence in relation to the intentional murder cost. The subsequent expenses each individual carried an added sum of time added to his sentence.