SHEBOYGAN - Closing arguments are set for Thursday in the murder trial of a Sheboygan teen.
Fourteen-year-old Nathan Paape is on trial for the murder of Barbara Olson. He testified on Wednesday.
Olson's great-grandson, Antonio Barbeau, has already been convicted in the murder. He also took the stand telling a different story.
Nathan Paape was 13 years old when he admitted to being there when his friend killed Barbara Olson last year for money and jewelry.
His accomplice and friend at the time was Antonio Barbeau, a runaway hiding out at Paape's house.
Barbeau told the jury it wasn't part of his plea bargain that he had to testify.
He was in court willingly to tell of Paape's role the day they killed Barbeau's great-grandmother.
"We got in and I looked to Nate and nodded and shook my head as in yes or no, he nodded and then I took the first swing," said Barbeau.
Barbeau says he used a hatchet to strike his great-grandmother, but eventually felt sick and went to the bathroom.
That's when Barbeau told Paape to help.
Barbeau says Paape took out a hammer.
"As I was heading into the bathroom I heard him swing once," said Barbeau.
"What did it sound like?" asked the attorney.
"It was hitting her I could tell. The exact same sound as I did," said Barbeau.
Nathan Paape took the stand saying the murder was Barbeau's idea and he thought they were just going to scare Olson.
"Why did you walk over and hit her?" asked the attorney.
"I was scared," said Paape.
"Why were you scared?" asked the attorney.
"I thought if I didn't do what he said he might try something on me," said Paape.
"When he said that to you was he holding the hatchet?" asked the attorney.
"Yes," said Paape.
First responders helped ring in the holidays at the 45th annual Howard-Suamico Christmas Parade.
Christmas is just two and half weeks away, and kids and families are getting into the holiday spirit.
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The frigid temperatures forced some area communities to cancel their weekend Christmas celebrations. But New London braved the cold for its annual Holiday of Wonder Parade.
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