CRANDON, Wis. (WXPR) -- One of the six people charged with beating a man and leaving him to die was in court Wednesday.
Bond was set at $100,000 cash for Raymond Jones in Forest County court. Jones, his 38-year-old wife April, their adult son, the son’s fiancee, and two juveniles are accused of keeping the 40-year-old victim locked up in Jones’ Wabeno home and beating him for two days before leaving him in the cold “to be eaten by wolves” earlier this month.
The victim’s name and the names of the two juveniles have not been released.
21-year-old Justine A. Bey, and 18-year-old Samantha B.S. McClellan are the other two people charged as accessories to the crime.
Court documents say the victim of the beating was choked and beaten at Jones' house. Jones will be back in court in the beginning of April.