Neenah Man Committed For 30 Years For Shooting And Paralyzing Brother-in-Law
The 26-year-old Neenah man who shot and seriously wounded his brother-in-law on Christmas Eve of 2011 has been committed to a mental institution for 30 years. Winnebago County Judge Thomas Gritton sentenced Christopher Andreas yesterday on four counts of 1st degree recklessly endangering safety. Andreas last month was found guilty, but not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect and was convicted of the crimes. Christopher Garland was watching football with his son in the Town of Clayton when Andreas shot and critically wounded him. Garland was paralyzed as a result of the shooting.
Please remember a few rules before posting comments:
- If you don't want people to see your email address, simply type in the URL of your favorite website or leave the field empty.
- Try to be civil to your fellow readers.
- Stay on topic. We want to hear your opinions and thoughts, but please only comment about the specified topic in article.