A Trempealeau County man is pleading to guilty to charges relating to a planned kidnapping and murder.
Court records show Ryan Gunderson taped a conversation he had with Chad Anderson last year where they planned to kidnap, rape, and kill a woman. Gunderson was shot by the Strum police chief last October, ending their plan.
Now Anderson is pleading guilty to amended charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, stalking, and false imprisonment. He faces 22 years in prison and will be sentenced in November. Gunderson has a plea hearing in October.