Walter E. Lassa Pleads Guilty in the Shooting Death of His Girlfriend in Wisconsin

Walter E. Lassa, 54, of the town of Dewey, agreed to plead guilty this morning to first-degree intentional homicide charge in the shooting death of Robin Dunwoody, 39, of Schofield.

In exchange for the plea, the state dropped charges of false imprisonment and making threats of harm.

Wausau police said that Lassa admitted fatally shooting Dunwoody Jan. 3 outside of her workplace in Wausau. Dunwoody was shot twice with a 12-gauge shotgun at close range outside Wausau Manor, a senior housing facility where Dunwoody was about to begin work, according to court records. Dunwoody died at the scene, and Lassa was arrested in Portage County.


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