Prosecutors charged an 18-year-old Tomahawk boy Friday with the armed robbery and murder of a gas station clerk Easter weekend.
Police developed Derek Domke as a suspect in the March 22nd murder of 25-year-old Rochelle Anderson through a bloody hand print found on the sink in the gas station where she worked. Domke could not explain to investigators how the print got there.
Police say Domke stole cash, cigarettes, and a computer tower before he beat Anderson in the head and stabbed her in the back.
A court commissioner ordered Domke jailed on a million dollar cash bond. The date for a preliminary hearing will be set early next week.