Mayville Man Not Competent For Drunk Driving Deaths

4/29/17 – A Dane County judge ruled Friday that a Mayville man is not competent to stand trial in the drunk driving deaths of four people last fall. Dane County Circuit Judge Stephen Ehlke made that determination after reviewing a neuropsychological report on Brysen Wills who was seeking to help with his own defense. The 33-year-old is charged with 15 felony counts for a head-on Interstate crash last November. Among those killed was 26-year-old Clenton Hall of Waterloo, 28-year-old Kim Radtke of Pewaukee, 26-year-old Katey Pasqualini of Milwaukee and 23-year-old Patrick Wasielewski of Lake Mills. Prosecutors say Wills had a blood alcohol content more than twice the legal limit when he drove the wrong way on I-94 near Deerfield at speeds above 90-miles-per-hour as a state trooper was in pursuit. With the defendant being found not competent to stand trial within the statutory commitment period, the case has been suspended.