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No parole for Hanson in cold case murder

An Abrams man won't have the chance to get out of prison after he was convicted of murdering a Green Bay man.

19-year-old Chad McLean disappeared in 1998 while he was visiting a friend in the Abrams area, and his body was found about a month later, in the Pensaukee River.

A jury found 53-year-old Peter Hanson guilty of the murder, last December, and yesterday an Oconto County judge ruled that Hanson will be never be eligible for parole.

Court records say McLean and his friend were drinking with Hanson, and 55-year-old Charles Mlados. The older men were supposed to take McLean to a gas station, so he could get a ride home to Green Bay, but he never showed up.

Mlados is scheduled to stand trial in August.

posted : February, 28th by WHBY

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