The attorney for a Tomahawk teen charged with robbing and killing a gas station clerk in March says someone else killed the victim.
Derek Domke's attorney claims another person killed Rochelle Anderson at the Zephyr gas station where she worked, but is waiting for analysis on that person's DNA before he can raise the defense.
The third person, identified as Arthur Wilberding, gave his DNA to investigators Monday but it could take two weeks for the state crime lab to analyze the sample and compare it to blood mixtures from the crime scene.
Domke's attorney must show evidence linking Wilberding to the crime and that he had a motive and opportunity before the judge will accept the defense.
Domke is scheduled to go on trial October 20th.