Stabbing Suspect Has DPA Revoked

8/9/11 – A Horicon teen accused of stabbing a neighbor is also looking at jail time in an unrelated crime. Cory J. Frederiksen, who celebrated his 18th birthday yesterday (Mon) in a cell at the Dodge County Jail, entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with prosecutors back in February for burglarizing a home and business in Mayville last year. As part of the agreement, Frederiksen was placed on probation and would have avoided jail time if he stayed out of trouble. Three months later, authorities say he entered his next door neighbor’s house while she was getting breakfast. She returned a short time later and Frederiksen allegedly attacked her, stabbing her repeatedly. The woman was left with a fractured skull and deep skin lacerations, among other injuries. She fought back and bloodied her attacker before he fled the scene. Frederickson and his father were on their way to the hospital when police stopped them and took the teen into custody. As far as the burglary case, a pre-sentencing investigation was ordered yesterday by the judge and sentencing is scheduled in October. Frederiksen has an arraignment hearing on the Attempted Homicide charges this morning (8:30am) and according to court records from yesterday’s revocation hearing, the teen is expected to plead “Not Guilty By Reason of Insanity” in the stabbing. A fund has been set up for the victim Candia Rehse – a longtime community volunteer – at all Horicon Bank locations.