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Third suspect charged in connection with deadly custard stand shooting


KENOSHA (WKOW) -- A third man was charged late Wednesday in connection with an armed robbery gone wrong at a fast-food restaurant in Kenosha, that left one man dead and another hurt.

Twenty-three-year-old Jose Leon-Nava was charged with two counts of being party to first-degree intentional homicide, as well as armed robbery. He could face the maximum penalty of two life terms plus 40 years.

Sunday night, U.S. Marshals tracked Leon-Nava down in Nebraska.

Two other Kenosha men -- Daniel Gonzalez and Julian Jerome Miller -- have already been charged in the shooting of 18-year-old Robert Wilde on July 26 at Shirl's Drive-In.

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