SHEBOYGAN, WI (WTAQ) - A week-long trial is scheduled to begin June 16th for a Sheboygan high school student who allegedly killed his father and hid the body in their apartment.
Dorian Torres, who turned 18 this month, has pleaded not guilty to a first-degree intentional homicide charge.
A status conference in the case is set for April 24th in Sheboygan County Circuit Court. The defense wanted Torres' $750,000 bond reduced, but a judge said no to that.
Torres was 17 when he allegedly beat his 41-year-old father Emilio in January. Authorities said the body was wrapped in two blankets, a shower curtain, and part of a tent -- and was then placed under a bed's box spring.
Officials said the father might have been dead for a week before his body was found.
(Story courtesy of Wheeler News Service)