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Suspect in Tomah shooting death turns herself in


TOMAH (WXOW) - Tomah Police say that the woman charged in the April shooting death of Vance Evans turned herself in to authorities.

According to a release from Tomah Police Chief Wesley Revels, Tammy S. Cole, 46, turned herself in to the Boone County, Illinois, Sheriff's Department around 6:30 p.m. on Thursday.

Earlier in the day, Revels and Monroe County District Attorney Dan Cary held a news conference which named Cole as the person charged with First Degree Intentional Homicide in the shooting death of 53-year-old Vance Evans on April 27th.

Autopsy reports showed that Evans was shot in the back of the head at his home.  DNA and fingerprint evidence found at the scene led to Cole. 

Evans knew Cole when he lived in Illinois before moving back to his hometown of Tomah.

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