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Circumstantial evidence enough to convict man accused of murdering his wife
MERRILL - A Lincoln County jury found a Merrill–area man guilty of three charges in court Wednesday in connection to the disappearance and murder of his wife.

The jury deliberated for more than 7 ½ hours over a two day period. That was also after six days of testimony and evidence from both the prosecution and defense.

50-year-old Mark Bucki will get a mandatory life sentence for his first-degree intentional homicide conviction.

His wife Anita went missing after going to the couple’s house on the evening of April 25, 2013. Bucki claimed the two had an emotional conversation about the coming divorce between the two of them.

According to testimony, Anita wanted to get back together with Bucki, but Mark was seeing another woman and wanted to move on. He said he went to bed around midnight that evening. He said she was gone just before she woke up at five the next morning.
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