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Wisconsin Man Charged with Stalking, Killing, and Hiding His Rival’s Body

The family of Rosalio Gutierrez Jr. pleads for answers in his mysterious disappearance.
The family of Rosalio Gutierrez Jr. pleads for answers in his mysterious disappearance. (Photo: NBC News)

A Wisconsin jury convicted a man on Wednesday of stalking, killing, and hiding the corpse of his romantic rival whose body has never been found.

The deliberation of the case took about 10 hours over two days before Kenosha County found Zachariah Anderson, 42, guilty of killing Rosalio Gutierrez, 40, inside the victim’s Kenosha Apartment on May 17, 2019. Gutierrez was the ex-boyfriend of Anderson’s girlfriend.

Kenosha County sentenced Zacharia Anderson to life imprisonment after stalking, killing, and hiding the corpse of his romantic rival.

Kenosha County sentenced Zacharia Anderson to life imprisonment after stalking, killing, and hiding the corpse of his romantic rival. (Photo: Kenosha News)

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Based on phone records and DNA evidence, prosecutors revealed Anderson was tracking and visiting the victim’s apartment days before he disappeared. However, Anderson’s defense attorneys argued investigators ignored other possibilities for the disappearance of Gutierrez.

Anderson’s sentencing is set for May 16, nearly three years before the killing of Gutierrez. Anderson will face life imprisonment for his first-degree intentional homicide conviction.

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