WISCONSIN RAPIDS - A
Wisconsin Rapids woman testified that she doesn't remember having a
key to the home where prosecutors say her father killed her
have submitted testimony claiming that Jolynn Reinwand did have a
key to the home of Dale Meister, a news outlet reported. Police say
he was shot and killed by Joseph Reinwand, 55, in his mobile home in
show Meister, 35, had told several people that he was afraid
Reinwand would try to kill him. Meister and Jolynn Reinwand had a
child together and were in the midst of a custody dispute.
previously told police she had a key and gave it to Meister's
brother after his death, according to Vincent Biskupic, a special
prosecutor handling the case. The key is important because it could
prove that Joseph Reinwand had access to the home without breaking
into it, Biskupic said.
confirmed that the small handgun her father gave her was the same
kind used to kill Meister. She said Joseph Reinwand eventually took
the gun back when he felt she no longer needed it for protection.
testified that she had Meister had ended their relationship and she
sought a restraining order against him because of the custody
Jolynn Reinwand that a letter her father sent to his granddaughter
explained details Joseph Reinwand had told police he couldn't
The two attorneys
representing Joseph Reinwand questioned retired Wisconsin Rapids
Police Detective-Sgt. Tad Wetterau, who is testifying against
Reinwand, about the validity of interviews he conducted with their
client after Meister's death.
A former cellmate
of Joseph Reinwand, who said Reinwand admitted to killing Meister,