A trial is underway in Hudson for one of two former UW-Stout hockey players charged in the death of a third student outside a Menomonie tavern last September. Jared Britton’s defense planned to introduce evidence the victim’s bicycle had bad brakes and was stolen. Prosecutors say 22 year-old Bradley Simon of Waunakee was shoved off the bike he was riding and into a concrete wall, after arguing with Britton and Jedidiah McGlasson inside a campus area bar. That was on September 15. Simon died five days later. The 23 year-old Britton, of Maplewood Minnesota, and 22 year-old McGlasson, of Rio, Wisconsin, are each charged with felony murder while committing battery and aggravated battery. McGlasson’s trial is set to begin August 9, also in Hudson.
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