I suppose the large tattoo on the neck of Andrew J. Wirth, 24, reading “NOTHING TO LOSE” might have given the court deputies a clue that they were in for trouble at the appearance of the Wisconsin man in court. Wirth is accused of first shooting a couple to death outside a bar after a woman playfully grabbed him. He then tore up a courtroom while yelling at the judge.
Police say that Jennifer K. Luick, 37, an off-duty six-year veteran of the Town of Oconomowoc Police Department, was teasing men by grabbing their behinds in a bar when Wirth went ballistic. Upset, he stepped outside with Luick and Gregg T. Peters, 40, and proceeded to pull out a .380 semiautomatic handgun and shot Peters in the left side of the torso and Luick near her right breast.
He was charged with two counts of first-degree intentional homicide. Then in appearing in court on Monday, police had to taser him twice after he lunged at the gallery and screamed profanities. He was then dragged out of the courtroom.