The Neenah High School junior hung his head and made no eye contact with court officials during his initial court appearance Tuesday. He answered "yes" and "no" to questions asked by the judge about scheduling a preliminary court hearing. Action 2 News has obtained a criminal complaint detailing what Grand Chute police found Sunday after they were called to the Dennis and Letha Kraus home at W. Edgewood Dr. Dispatchers told police that a male called to report he just killed his grandparents and needed to be arrested by police.
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Police officers responding to a call for assistance found the bodies of year-old Dennis Kraus and year-old Letha Kraus at their home in Grand Chute about a. Sunday, Officer Travis Waas said. He declined to release details of the call. Police arrested their grandson, Alexander M. Kraus at the couple's home, Waas said.
WBAY - Appleton school board member Alvin Dupree says the school district's truancy court is permanently shut down after the chief judge of the 8th Judicial District, which includes Outagamie County, informed school leaders that the judicial court will no longer participate in the school district's truancy court. Last month the school board suspended the truancy court for the remainder of the school year after an investigation into complaints a judge, Mark McGinnis, bullied, mocked and belittled students, particular students with mental health issues, and sometimes threatened them with shelter care. Chief Judge James Morrison sent a letter to the Appleton school district administrator and school board president, calling Judge McGinnis "the primary reason for its success. We are grateful for his work and dedication to the schools, students and families who have been served by the truancy court over the years" read the complete letter below. Morrison calls truancy court "innovative" and says it relies heavily on voluntary judicial involvement.