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Adam Rosolowski, 23, and Joseph Falk, 19, entered "guilty" pleas on Monday, April 11, 2022 in the double homicide case that resulted in the deaths of Rosolowski's grandparents, Robert and Bonnie Rosolowski, in June 2020 in Conrath, Wisconsin.

Rosolowski stated he wanted to kill his grandparents because they "messed up his life."  Rosolowski shot his grandmother, and Falk fired shots at both victims.  Rosolowski also led police on a high-speed chase through Price County.  He was arrested and in jail at the time another grandson discovered their deceased grandparents.

Rosolowski and Falk were slated to have a trial that would have started on Monday, April 11th, but their pleas canceled the trial.  Judge Steven Anderson accepted their guilty pleas.  He then read-in and dismissed the eight other charges against Rosolowski and five other charges against Falk.  Rosolowski and Falk will be sentenced in late July 2022.

An underage male, who was slated to be the getaway driver, entered a guilty plea in May 2021 as a party to the crime.  He was sentenced to probation.  If he violates the probation, he will have to serve time in prison.

(This post was last modified: 04-12-2022, 01:26 PM by My Northern Wisconsin.)