Attorneys in a man’s murder trial Thursday presented differing theories about how a Peosta, Iowa, woman died of stab wounds at a Dubuque residence last year.Closing arguments were presented Thursday in the trial for Fontae C. Buelow, 25, of Dubuque. They were delivered after Buelow, who faces charges of first-degree murder and possession of cocaine, took the stand in his own defense.It was the seventh day of testimony in Iowa District Court for Dubuque County. Deliberations will begin today.
An expert testified Wednesday that a Peosta, Iowa, woman’s fatal stab wounds were self-inflicted.The testimony from Dr. Brad Randall, a witness called by Fontae C. Buelow’s defense team, came one day after the prosecution’s pathologist said the woman likely did not stab herself.Randall was the first defense witness to take the stand in the trial of 25-year-old Buelow, of Dubuque. He is charged with first-degree murder related to the March 31 death of Samantha J.
Two Dubuque County supervisors indicated a willingness to chip in some funding to continue a local medication-assisted treatment program for those addicted to opioids, such as heroin.However, it’s unclear how much of the $300,000 funding request from Mercy Medical Center-Dubuque’s Turning Point Treatment Center will fall on the shoulders of county taxpayers.Malissa Sprenger, coordinator for the Dubuque treatment center, met with the supervisors this week during budget discussions.
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