Authorities say a 21-year-old driver was intoxicated when he struck and killed three Girl Scouts and a parent and critically injured a fourth girl along a rural Wisconsin road. The suspect is now being held in the Chippewa County Jail on four counts of homicide while intoxicated.
A sheriff's deputy investigating the accident traced a fluid trail that led to the house where Treu lived with the truck's passenger, according to the complaint.
Treu remains in jail on a $250,000 bond.
Her biological parents were with her in court. It was fast. It was from behind.
"Picking out a casket was really hard, going through the photos and videos is hard", said Robin Kelley, Jayna's mother. Judy Schneider said her 6-year-old grandson doesn't understand that they're gone.
"Our hearts are broken for the girls and families of the Girl Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes", CEO Sylvia Acevedo of Girl Scouts of the United States of America said in a statement Sunday. "He said, 'If the doctors work real hard, sometimes God lets them come back'".
Jayna was the youngest of three girls killed Saturday.
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Investigators say Treu and his roommate were huffing Dust-Off, a computer keyboard cleaner, Saturday morning while driving in Treu's truck.
The underaged suspect (identity withheld) was ordered to be held on a $50,000 cash bond (about P2.6 million) during a hearing in Chippewa County Circuit Court on Monday, Nov. 5, as reported by the Star Tribune on the same day.
The roommate told police Treu "looked out of it" and was swerving so he grabbed the steering wheel.
She said the district will have supports in place as long as students and staff may need them.
According to the sheriff, the girl said she dropped the infant, hitting his head on a footstool and causing the baby to cry. In a statement, the Girl Scouts of the U.S. said, "Our hearts are broken for the girls and families".
She reportedly told investigators she didn't want to get into trouble.