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Traffic blocked for Highway 42 northbound at I-43 intersection due to tipped tanker truck

TOWN OF SHEBOYGAN, WI (WHBL) -  Traffic is closed to part of the I-43/Highway 42 intersection due to a tipped tanker truck at one of the roundabouts. The incident occurred around 9:45 this morning on the south roundabout, the one closer to Texas Roadhouse and Hardees.  Sheboygan County Sheriff's Sgt. Doug Tuttle said the situation is not hazardous and no major leakage from the tanker is taking place. For now, all traffic on Highway 42 towards Howards Grove at the roundabout is clo...

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Convicted burglar denies knowledge of suspect in '08 homicide

Brittany Zimmerman
Brittany Zimmerman

MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - A man convicted of a tavern burglary in Madison denies that he knows of an accomplice from the break-in who may have killed UW student Brittany Zimmermann in 2008.

22-year-old Darielle Banks tells WKOW-TV that his family and friends have been harassed and, “Enough is enough.”

Records show that DNA from the murder scene matches that from a window at the burglary at Madison’s Blue Moon bar. But police don’t know who the DNA belongs to, and records show it’s not that of Banks and two others convicted in the break-in.

The 21-year-old Zimmermann, a UW medical student from Marshfield, was murdered five years ago this week in broad daylight in her Madison home. Police are still looking for the killer.

Zimmermann’s mother Jean told WKOW this week that she believes Banks and the others are hiding information about an accomplice who likely killed Brittany. She said, “I’m confident they know who did it … It’s beyond me that they would let this go on for five years.”

Banks said there was no accomplice – and he said any one of the bar’s customers or employees could have been responsible for putting their DNA at the burglary location.