Milwaukee Woman Sentenced In Randolph Mans Death

The 31-year-old Milwaukee woman who stabbed a Randolph man to death has been sentenced to 20 years in prison and 20 years of extended supervision. Kriscilla McHenry was sentenced in Dodge County Court Thursday on charges stemming from the death of 43-year-old Michael Soeller in his motel room in Randolph. He was stabbed 38 times. McHenry was also ordered to pay more than $14,500 in restitution. Dodge County DA Kurt Klomberg characterized McHenry as “highly manipulative, dishonest, lacking of remorse and of generally poor character.” Soeller’s friends and family filled the courtroom during the sentencing.