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Motions sealed in Marinette County hunting death case Nichols accused in shooting death of Green Bay man

By Andy Nelesen [email protected]
May 25, 2007

MARINETTE - A Marinette County judge on Thursday ordered motions about other wrongdoings sealed in the case against James Nichols, a Peshtigo man accused of killing Green Bay hunter Cha Vang on Jan. 5 in a wildlife area while hunting. ...

Nichols is charged with first degree intentional homicide, hiding a corpse and being a felon in possession of a firearm.

Vang and Nichols were in the Peshtigo area hunting on Jan. 5 when a chance encounter turned deadly, prosecutors say.

An autopsy showed Vang died of multiple stab wounds and a shotgun blast to the head, neck and abdomen.

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