Missouri Man Charged in Diemel Brothers Deaths

CLINTON COUNTY, MO (Ben Caxton) — DNA evidence helped lead to murder charges brought Wednesday against a Missouri man in the deaths of two missing Wisconsin brothers. `Twenty-five-year-old farmer Garland Joseph Nelson is accused of shooting the brothers and burning their bodies. Court documents indicate blood found on Nelson’s clothing belonged to 34-year-old Nicholas Diemel. He and 24-year old Justin Diemel are believed to have been murdered on Nelson’s property. DNA also allowed investigators to confirm that burned human remains found there were those of the brothers. The Diemels traveled from Shawano County in July to collect a $250,000 check from Nelson for cattle that were in his care.`

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