Madison’s police boss says the spouse of the lady found in the rubble of a home blast in Madison shot and murdered the lady and after that deliberately exploded the house.
Police Chief Mike Koval says 59-year-old Steven Pirus is presently in guardianship. Koval says Steven Pirus shot and murdered Lee Ann Pirus. Koval says Lee Ann’s body stayed in the home “for a considerable length of time, if not months” before the blast.
Steven Pirus is currently in the Dane County Jail. Koval says Pirus is required to confront charges of first degree deliberate murder, illegal conflagration and careless danger.
Authorities with the Dane County Medical Examiner’s office have discharged the name of the individual found in the rubble of a house that detonated last Wednesday in Madison.
In a news discharge Sunday evening, Director of Operations Barry Irmen says the assemblage of Lee Anne Pirus, 50, of Madison, was found at the scene Friday, September fifteenth, The house was situated in the 7800 square of Stratton Way. Madison property records express the house is claimed by Steven and Lee Anne Pirus.
A post-mortem examination finished Saturday demonstrates that Ms. Pirus’ demise was the consequence of destructive gun injury and that her passing was not because of wounds maintained in the blast and consequent discharge. Irmen says extra testing and examination proceeds.
The passing stays under scrutiny by the City of Madison Police and Fire Departments, the Wisconsin Department of Justice Office of the State Fire Marshall, the ATF the Dane County Medical Examiner.