Jury Trial Rescheduled For Beaver Dam Murder Suspect

(Beaver Dam) The jury trial for a Beaver Dam man accused of murdering his ex-wife has been rescheduled. The original trial date for Ulisses Medina Espinosa, set for June 1st, was pushed back in May because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wednesday, the two-week trial was scheduled to begin on January 25th of next year. Medina Espinosa is facing a felony count of First Degree Intentional Homicide in the death of Stacia Hollinshead. The Illinois woman was shot to death last March inside a home on East Third Street in Beaver Dam. Medina Espinosa and Hollinshead divorced two years ago and the 32-year-old defendant lost custody of their child. The victim made plans to bring the girl to see her grandparents in Beaver Dam the weekend she was killed. According to the criminal complaint, the five-year-old told investigators that she was in the kitchen with her grandmother, heard the front door open, saw her dad and they met in the living room where he gave her a bunch of presents. Medina Espinosa then went into the kitchen and allegedly shot Hollinshead 15 times. The homicide charge carries a life prison sentence, if convicted