$500,000 cash bond set for Janesville homicide suspect

 Lucas Stuhr, the suspect in the killing Wednesday of a Janesville man, had bond set at $500,000 during a court hearing Friday.

Rock County D.A. David O’Leary said in court today that the evidence against Stuhr is some of the strongest he’s seen in a case like this.

Stuhr is accused of killing 41-year-old Clifford Grice on Wednesday outside of his Janesville home.

In addition to the woman who was an eye witness, O’Leary said Grice had surveillance cameras at his home, which captured the shooting.

O’Leary also told the court that Stuhr admitted to everything up to the shooting, but then said he didn’t remember anything about the shooting itself.

O’Leary said a review of photographs from the shooting scene showed it was clear that the shots were all to the victim’s head. O’Leary called them, “kill shots.”

Stuhr is expected to return to court Jan. 29.

For more go to WKOW: https://wkow.com/news/2019/01/25/500000-cash-bond-set-for-janesville-homicide-suspect/

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