Oshkosh Man Arraigned On Murder Charge

The 30-year-old Oshkosh man suspected of shooting his 42-year-old girlfriend to death last month was back in a Winnebago County courtroom Thursday.  Samson Gomoll pled “not guilty” to a 1st degree intentional homicide charge when he was arraigned. He allegedly shot Stacey Strange to death in their apartment after an argument on September 20th.  According to the criminal complaint a woman who gave Strange a ride home witnessed an argument between the two and Gomoll pulled out a handgun from under a pillow on a couch and shot Strange four or five times. He then pointed the gun at the witness and told her to leave. Investigators later found the gun in the apartment. Gomoll will be back in court for a status conference on November 6th.