A man convicted of killing a father and his teenage daughter at the victims’ Manitowoc home has been sent to prison for life.
Karl Hess continues to maintain his innocence in the fatal shooting of 51-year-old Richard Miller and 19-year-old Jocelyn Miller. The 38-year-old Appleton man was found guilty in June of two counts of first-degree intentional homicide.
A criminal complaint says Hess has significant financial difficulties and planned to kill Richard Miller and take a large amount of cash he knew was being kept in the home.
Miller was given two life sentences Friday with no chance for release.
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