Mauston Shooter Needs $2 Million Bail
A judge in Juneau County set bond of $2 million Monday for the alleged
shooter in a Mauston homicide. 29 year old Cody Treul, of Mauston, is in the Juneau County jail charged with first degree intentional homicide, attempted homicide and first degree recklessly endangering public safety. The homicide charge carries against Treul carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.
29 year old Gail Howland, of Mauston, was pronounced dead at a hospital following the shooting just after midnight Friday behind a downtown tavern. A second victim, 23 year old Ebony Lasher, also of Mauston, was transported to UW Hospital in Madison, where she remains in critical condition after being shot twice.
Investigators says the Air Force Master Sergeant shot both women while smoking in an outdoor patio of PJ'S Bar and Grill. A motive is still unclear.