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Hunter’s find leads to charges in death case

Posted at 12:30 p.m. on December 13, 2019 The Brillion News TOWN OF FRIENDSHIP, Wis. – The Adams County Sheriff’s Office, Dane County Sheriff’s Office, and Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Division of Criminal Investigation are announcing that Adams County District Attorney Tania Bonnett has filed charges against Robert J. Olson following the identification of human remains in Adams County on Saturday, November 23, 2019. Robert J. Olson is charged with Hiding a Corpse, Providing False Information on a Missing Person, and Obstructing an Officer. On November 23, a hunter came across human remains in a wooded area in Adams County. Law enforcement responded to the scene and the remains were confirmed to be human. The remains were later identified as that of Annastasia N. Evans, age 24, of Dane County. The criminal complaint says she died of an overdose as she and Olsen were using heroin and that Olsen dumped her body. Evans had been missing since May, 2019. Investigators used cell-phone tracking records as an investigative tool in the case. This is an ongoing investigation. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office, Dane County Sheriff’s Office, and DCI are assisted by the Adams County Medical Examiner, Wisconsin State Crime Laboratory, and Wisconsin State Patrol. ~ Sources: DOJ press release and the criminal complaint



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