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Wisconsin jury convicts man of homicide, stalking, and hiding a corpse in the mysterious death of his rival

A jury Wednesday convicted a man of homicide, hiding a corpse and stalking in the death of a romantic rival whose body has never been found.

The Kenosha County deliberated about 10 hours over two days before finding Zachariah Anderson, 42, of Mequon guilty of killing his ex-girlfriend’s new boyfriend, 40-year-old Rosalio Gutierrez, on May 17, 2020, inside the victim’s Kenosha apartment.

Several searches have failed to locate the body of Gutierrez.

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Prosecutors said phone records, DNA and other evidence showed Anderson was tracking and visiting the victim’s apartment before he disappeared.

A jury convicted a Wisconsin man of homicide, stalking, and hiding a corpse in the mysterious death of his rival.

The defense argued investigators ignored other possibilities for the Gutierrez disappearance.

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Anderson faces life in prison for his first-degree intentional homicide conviction. Sentencing is set for May 16, nearly three years to the day that Gutierrez was killed.

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