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Woman Sentenced to Prison in Plot to End Her Father’s Life

BROWN COUNTY, Wisconsin (WBAY) – A Brown County woman has been sentenced to four months in jail for attempting to bully her father into committing suicide so the family can reap financial gains.

On October 6, Teal Peters, 56, was convicted of recklessly subjecting an individual at risk of abuse – causing or likely to cause bodily harm, and resisting or obstructing an officer. Peters indisputably pleaded three counts and was found guilty. The phrase comes with the release of Huber.

She has received a deferred prosecution for a felony recklessly endangering 1st degree charge.

In the summer of 2019, the Brown County Sheriff’s Office was called to a Moon Drive home in Howard with a report of an older man who was suicidal. MPs identified “inconsistencies” at the time. It was later that Detective Sgt. Zak Holschbach said he “was able to uncover a deeper plot involving very toxic family dynamics” and crimes against the victim, who was 81 at the time.

Brown County prosecutors have filed charges against Teal Peters, Troy Peters and Teal’s son Justin Juranitch.

The charges against the victim’s wife were dismissed.

Investigators say they determined that the man’s family members “were trying to get him to kill himself for financial gain, so he would no longer be a burden on the family,” the complaint read.

“They say I am a burden and should walk,” said the victim. He said he had reached his breaking point, and it all came to a head on June 24, 2019. He said [Victim’s wife], Teal and Justin surrounded him. Teal hung up three tarps. Justin gave her a “homemade gun and told me to kill myself,” the victim said. “He sat right in front of me and handed me the gun and said, ‘Here, Grandpa, use it. “”

Justin Juranitch, 31, has a hearing scheduled for Nov. 8. He is charged with recklessly endangering 1st degree security, false imprisonment and reckless subjugation of a person at risk of abuse – causing or likely to cause bodily harm.

Troy Peters, 59, is due to stand a jury trial in March on the same charges as Juranitch.

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