Preliminary hearings for four men charged in Kenosha County homicide
The four men are facing four charges including first-degree intentional homicide and attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
All four men, DeMarco Hudson, Anthony Harris, Augustine Sanchez, and Markieth Wilson appeared before the judge at the same time with their attorney by their sides.
Authorities say two of them kicked in the front door of a home last Thursday and fired shots.
The man who lived there fired back before he died from his injuries.
Another woman was shot nine times but survived. Authorities believe the shooting was drug-related.
The attorneys for all four men tried to get their cases dismissed but the prosecutor says their intent was clear.
"You don't have to have formed an intent that I am going to kill someone. When you fire a gun into a midst of people that are in a house that you are entering, you certainly are responsible for the conduct that is the natural probable consequences," said Kenosha County District Attorney Michael Graveley.
The judge ultimately found there was probable cause to move the case forward. The four men are scheduled to be arraigned on January 16.