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Jury splits verdict in 2007 drug-related homicides

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MAUSTON (WKOW ) -- A Juneau County jury has delivered a split decision in a trial for a man accused of two drug-related homicides.

John Tetting was found guilty Wednesday in the 2007 shooting death of 23-year-old Tabatha Nealy, but not guilty in the death of 31-year-old Joshua Alderman.

A criminal complaint says Tetting drove co-defendant David Turner to a remote location in the town of Finley, in northern Juneau County, to meet Alderman about a drug deal. Alderman was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Nealy. The complaint goes on to say Turner fatally shot Alderman and Nealy. He has been convicted and is in prison.

Tetting was found guilty of being party to Nealy's death, but acquitted in Alderman's homicide.

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