The suspect accused of killing a Wisconsin man whose body was found in a Sauk County casino parking lot has a history of dealing with the authorities.
According to our sister station WISC-TV, Robert Pulvermacher, 68, has had many run ins with the law. and He is currently wanted for his connection in the death of an 80-year-old man whose body was discovered outside the Ho-Chunk Casino in the town of Delton.
Pulvermacher was found guilty of burglary in 1997 and 1998. He was also found guilty of recklessly endangering safety, felony possession of a firearm, false imprisonment and intentionally pointing a firearm at a person in Adams County in 1998. The same year, he was found guilty of felony possession of a firearm in Juneau County.
He also escaped custody in Duluth Federal Prison in December of 1998 before being captured nine days later. He was also accused of murdering Father Alfred Kunz of Dane County in 1998 but was ultimately dismissed.
Pulvermacher last served time in 2010 at the Oakhill Correctional Institution.
If you see Pulvermacher, you are asked to call the authorities and maintain a visual of him until help arrives.