The state crime lab may have just what Rock County prosecutors are waiting for in a triple murder case. The Rock County Sheriff's Department is playing a waiting game in a triple murder case. Sheriff Bob Spoden says the key evidence in the murders of Danyetta Lentz and her two teenage children could be waiting to be processed at the state crime lab.
Spoden says his department is in contact with the crime lab every day. Currently, the chief suspect in the case, James Koepp , is in the Rock County jail, being held on unrelated charges. The sheriff says his department is contacting the state crime lab every day concerning the status of what he calls "a large amount of evidence" in the case. [Contributed by Stan Stricker, WCLO ]