KENOSHA -- The Kenosha man wanted for murder and eluding police for days entered "not guilty" pleas to all charges against him Friday.
TODAY'S TMJ4's Michele Fiore spoke with two people who want to see Obregon sent to prison. Those two people include a heartbroken mother, trying to help her daughter cope with loss. The other is a car dealer whose loss was financial.
Quantisha Etinne says it's her ten-year-old daughter who's suffering in all this.
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"She loved her dad. She always talked to him or called him. Now she's just writing her songs about her dad and stories. She walks around with her notebook," said Etinne.
Her dad was Tywon Anderson. Police believe Andrew Obregon killed him over a drug deal. An extensive, nearly-three week manhunt followed through Kenosha and Racine counties.
In court Friday, a much more subdued Obregon politely answered questions with "no sir" and "yes, sir."
Victims hope someday Obregon will show them the same courtesy. But an apology won't bring back what Greg Frost lost. Frost is out nearly $2,000 after Obregon allegedly stole a Dodge pickup at his Kenosha dealership. Police recovered the truck.