RACINE, Wis. (AP) -- Racine police say a suspect in a Green Bay homicide has been arrested after he allegedly choked and robbed a Racine woman and locked her in the basement.
Green Bay police had been looking for 22-year-old Terry Lee Shepard in connection with the April 15th shooting death of a 32-year-old man. Shepard has been charged with first-degree intentional homicide in that case.
Racine police announced Friday that he'd been arrested. They say a 38-year-old woman told investigators she met Shepard online and invited him to her home, but he tied her up and choked her until she passed out.
She says Shepard also threatened to hurt her children. Authorities tracked him to a Kenosha address, where he was arrested.
Online court records don't list a defense attorney for him.
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