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Maradiaga-Martinez Convicted For Stevens Point Shooting Incident | WSAU News / Talk 550 AM · 99.9 FM

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Cristhian Maradiaga-Martinez

STEVENS POINT, WI (WSAU) – The man convicted of fatally shooting a co-worker while they were both working to remodel a Stevens Point hotel has been convicted of three counts including attempted murder. degree one and aggravation.

Cristhian Maradiaga-Martinez will serve 20 years in the Wisconsin prison system – 10 years incarceration and an additional 10 years of probation. In addition, he must maintain complete sanity, complete all treatment programs deemed necessary by the corrections department, and must not have contact with the victim.

He has been recognized for almost two years having served pending trial and sentencing.

Maradiaga-Martinez faces 67 years in prison on the charge after he was found guilty in September. The charges stem from Maradiaga-Martinez shooting his victim three times, including once in the face, after the victim said they had been contacted by authorities in Florida about his involvement in a murder there.

Witnesses said Maradiaga-Martinez then jumped on top of the victim and began strangling him, not stopping until police arrived. He also threatened to kill other witnesses, who were also part of the crew renovating the hotel, if they did not leave the room.

RELATED: Florida man convicted of first degree attempted murder in Portage County

The victim survived the incident but did not testify at trial.

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