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Suspect in motorcycle accident case faces homicide charges

The district attorney in Wood County, Wisconsin filed charges of homicide by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle on against 22-year-old Wisconsin Rapids resident Louis Walker, who figured in a car accident that killed 29-year-old Holmen local Michael Anderson on May 17, the Wisconsin Rapids Tribune reported on October 23.

Police authorities declared Walker was under the influence of alcohol, marijuana, and morphine when he failed to see the motorcyclist before turning at the intersection of Highway Z and Highway 73 South.

According to preliminary investigations and the criminal complaint, Walker was stopped at the aforementioned intersection when he suddenly pulled out in front of the motorcycle Anderson was riding, causing the bike to hit the side of Walker’s car.

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