SUMNER, Wis. (AP) — The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is offering a reward of up to $10,000 to find a Fort Atkinson man charged with killing his sister and her husband, shooting at a deputy and burning down a house in southeast Wisconsin last month.
The agency announced the reward Monday for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Kevin P. Anderson, 62.
Anderson is sought in the fatal shootings of his sister, Nedra Lemke, 57, and her husband, 59-year-old James Lemke. The couple’s bodies were found June 16 in the driveway of a house in the Town of Sumner. A deputy who arrived to check a possible break-in reported by Nedra Lemke was shot at and returned fire, and the house burned down.
Anderson and his sister were in a dispute over their father’s will, according to the criminal complaint. The house belonged to their father, who had recently died.
By Shereen Siewert Police are searching for a suspect in connection with the deaths of a Fort Atkinson couple found dead last week outside a family member’s rural home. Nedra Lemke, 57, and James Lemke, 59, were shot to death outside of Nedra Lemke’s late father’s home, police say. Nedra’s father died two weeks earlier.…