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Antonio Barbeau

Antonio Barbeau

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Aaron WigenJDC:llb
STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT SHEBOYGAN COUNTY
STATE OF WISCONSIN-vs-Antonio D Barbeau2610 Henry StreetSheboygan, WI 53081DOB: 11/24/1998Sex/Race: M/WNathan J Paape914 Broadway AvenueSheboygan, WI 53081DOB: 12/02/1998Sex/Race: M/WDefendants.
CRIMINAL COMPLAINT
DA Case No.: 2012SB003280Assigned DA/ADA: Joe DeCeccoAgency Case No.: F12-03328Court Case No.: 2012CFCourt Case No.: 2012CFLieutenant Aaron Wigen, Sheboygan Falls Police Department, beingfirst duly sworn on oath deposes and says on information and belief:
 AS TO DEFENDANT ANTONIO D. BARBEAU:Count 1: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE - PTAC, AS A PARTY TO A CRIME
 The above-named defendants on or about Monday, September 17, 2012,in the City of Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, as aparty to a crime, did cause the death of Barbara J. Olson, DOB7/2/34, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec.940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a), 939.05 Wis. Stats.Upon conviction for this offense,
a Class A Felony, the defendantshall be sentenced to imprisonment for life
.
 AS TO DEFENDANT NATHAN J. PAAPE:Count 1: FIRST DEGREE INTENTIONAL HOMICIDE - PTAC, AS A PARTY TO A CRIME
 The above-named defendants on or about Monday, September 17, 2012,in the City of Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, as aparty to a crime, did cause the death of Barbara J. Olson, DOB7/2/34, with intent to kill that person, contrary to sec.940.01(1)(a), 939.50(3)(a), 939.05 Wis. Stats.
 
STATE OF WISCONSIN - VS -.Antonio D Barbeau and Nathan J PaapeCRIMINAL COMPLAINTPage 2
Upon conviction for this offense,
a Class A Felony, the defendantshall be sentenced to imprisonment for life
.
 
The basis of complainant’s charge of such offense is: Official
reports and statements prepared by members of the Sheboygan FallsPolice Department and Special Agents of the State Division ofCriminal Investigation [DCI], which reports and statements indicatethat on September 19, 2012, shortly after 1:00 p.m., the SheboyganFalls Police Department received an emergency 911 call for medicalassistance at 210 Westridge Drive in Sheboygan Falls. The call camefrom the adult daughter of the resident of that address who statedshe was checking on her mother and located her lying on the attachedgarage floor with blood around her head. The resident wassubsequently identified as Barbara J. Olson, DOB 7/2/34.Officers responding to the scene noted Ms. Olson had massiveinjuries to her head and was without a pulse. Sheboygan CountyCoroner David Leffin subsequently declared Ms. Olson dead at thescene.
Ms. Olsen’s daughter
, identified as Judy K. Offutt, DOB 5/26/61,
stated that her mother’s car
, a four-door Buick, gold in color, wasmissing. Police, with the assistance of the On Star system, locatedthe vehicle in the parking lot of a bowling alley in Sheboygan. Thevehicle was unlocked with the keys in it and it was transported tothe Sheboygan Falls Police Department to be searched.A number of officers began a canvass of the Westridge Driveneighborhood. Officer Cruz of the Sheboygan Falls Police Departmentmade contact with Daniel Musch. Mr. Musch stated that the last timehe had seen Ms. Olson was Monday, September 17, 2012. He stated heleft his house on Westridge Drive about 4:30 p.m. to pick up hisdaughter, returning home shortly after. He stated he heard tires
squealing and saw Ms. Olson’s car backing out of her garage. A shorttime later, he heard squealing tires again and saw Ms. Olson’s
vehicle going westbound on Westridge Drive. He stated he thought the
driving was “weird”
, in an apparent reference to the driving habitsof an elderly woman.Subsequent investigation led DCI Special Agent Ken Smith to contactNathan J Paape, DOB 12/2/98, at his residence of 1509 S. 13
th
Streetin Sheboygan. Nathan stated Antonio told him they would go to
Antonio’s great grandmother’s house and kill her and get some money.
Nathan stated he got a hammer and Antonio got a hatchet.
 
STATE OF WISCONSIN - VS -.Antonio D Barbeau and Nathan J PaapeCRIMINAL COMPLAINTPage 3
Nathan stated they got a ride to the Sheboygan Falls residence by
Nathan’s mot
her and that they hid their weapons from her in theirclothing.Once dropped off, they both entered the residence through anunlocked side door to the attached garage. When they met Ms. Olson,she told Antonio she was going to call his mother, at which pointshe turned away from the pair and Antonio struck her in the headwith the blunt end of the hatchet knocking her down and struck herwith the blunt end several more times as she tried to cover herhead, groaning and telling them to stop. Nathan stated he hit hertwice with the hammer and then Antonio, using the blade end of thehatchet, struck her in the head and the hatchet stuck there and thatboth of them had to pull the hatchet loose. Nathan stated theyrealized she was dead and they attempted to load her in her car todispose of the body, but were
n’t
able to.Nathan stated they went through the house, taking a purse, loosequarters, jewelry including rings, earrings and a watch. Nathan
stated he and Antonio took Ms. Olson’s car and sped away from
thehouse, eventually leaving the car in the parking lot of a bowlingalley in Sheboygan and walked a short distance to a pizza parlorwhere they had a pizza. They returned to the car after buying somecleaning wipes from a nearby store and wiped the car down, leavingthe car unlocked with the keys in it and most of the jewelry exposedin the rear seat, hoping someone would steal the car and get blamedfor the death. Nathan stated the hatchet and hammer were left in the
car’s trunk. He also stated the pair
discarded some wipes and glovesin the bushes adjacent to the bowling parking lot and the purse wasthrown into a storm drain near his house.Officer Nicole Schmelter of the Sheboygan Falls Police Departmentwas assigned as the lead officer in executing a number of searchwarrants. She reports a purse was fished out of a storm drain three
houses down from Nathan’s residence containing identifiers for
Barbara Olson. Quarters and a gold watch with blood-splatteredclothing including jeans, shoes and a T-shirt was also located in
Nathan’s house.In the vehicle’s trunk, the hatchet and hammer were located
, alongwith bloodied blanket-like material, including a crocheted throwwith what appeared to be bits of human flesh on it. In the frontseat floor area, some type of school paper was found with the name
“Nate” written on it. A bag of jewelry was found on the back seat.
 Officer Schmelter also found a small coin purse which matched, inpattern and color, the purse fished from the storm drain.

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