MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- A man accused of killing four people in North Bend will stay in Wisconsin until at least August.
Oen Nicholson appeared in front of a Milwaukee County judge Tuesday morning.
KEZI spoke to the judge after the hearing, who said "literally nothing happened."
Nicholson turned himself in to authorities on June 20 after allegedly kidnapping a woman in Springfield and driving thousands of miles to Wisconsin.
It all started the morning of June 18 when Nicholson allegedly killed his father, Charles Nicholson, 83, at the RV campground near the Mill Casino in North Bend, stole his father's pickup truck, hit and killed Anthony Oyster, 74, and hit wife Linda Oyster, 73, who later died of her injuries. Minutes later, police were called to a shooting at Herbal Choices Marijuana Dispensary, where they found Jennifer Davidson, 47, dead.
Police say Nicholson then made his way to the Gateway Mall parking lot in Springfield, where he kidnapped Laura Johnson, 34, who was on her lunch break at Cabela's. She was recovered safely, and she returned home to her family.
The extradition hearing is set for 9:30 a.m. on Aug. 17.
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