Murder Suspect Expected To Enter Plea On Wednesday

(Rio) The Marshall man accused of killing a 21-year-old Sun Prairie man, then hiding his body in a storage unit in Rio, had court activity added to the calendar on Friday. Daniel Lieske, who is charged with First Degree Intentional Homicide and Hiding A Corpse, is expected in a Dane County courtroom on Wednesday. The 60-year-old claims he was under attack when he shot Jesse Faber several times in January. Lieske says the two men had been drinking together, then started to fight. He says the killing was a case of self-defense, accusing the younger man of attacking him with a sickle and a metal pipe. His fiancé, Meichelle Goss, pled guilty two weeks ago to felony Hiding a Corpse as a Party to a Crime. Goss is accused of knowing Faber had been injured and failing to help him or call for help.  A pre-sentencing investigation was ordered for Goss and hearing is scheduled in April.