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Reward offered for Iron murder suspect


February 17, 2018

EAGLE RIVER, Wis. — A day after news broke that an Iron County murder suspect unsuccessfully tried to turn himself in to the Vilas County Jail a week ago, a reward for his arrest was announced.

James B. Lussier, 19, of Arbor Vitae, showed up at the Vilas County Justice Center in Eagle River on Feb. 9, but was told he needed to turn himself in to the Iron County Sheriff’s Department in Hurley instead. He and two female companions then left the building without him being detained.

On Friday, Vilas County Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy Patrick Schmidt sent the Daily Globe a flyer sayi...

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