A jury may see the man who police say ran down three western Wisconsin Girl Scouts try and explain himself.
A judge yesterday ruled that prosecutors can use the videotaped interview with Colten Treu as evidence. True’s lawyers say he was too emotional during the question and answer session, and told the judge that investigators coerced answers out of him. Prosecutors say Treu was high on canned air when he ran the girls down along a stretch of highway outside Lake Hallie last November. His trial is set to begin in January.