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Man charged in shooting death of Kevin Hueman bound over for trial Carl is facingone count of first degree intentional homicide, and two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon. North St. at Albert St. A sneaker was the sole clue recovered at the scene of the crime by police. Police released these photos of the shoe in the hopes of identifying a suspect. on August 14th when Waukesha police were dispatched to the area of Albert Street and North Streetregarding a possible gunshot victim. Shoe possibly left behind by homicide suspect Upon arrival, Hueman was located with several gunshot wounds to his chest area. Hueman was taken to the hospital by ambulance, and later pronounced dead. A criminal complaint indicates police spoke with a witness, who said he heard a "pop" that "sounded like a gunshot." He told police he then looked out his window, and saw two people in the street, in front of Hueman's home on North Street. The witness told police one of the nike killshot 2 people looked up and down the street like he was looking for something. The second person started walking down the sidewalk and just minutes later, the witness says he heard more "pops." When the witness looked back out the window after hearing "five more of these shots," he didn't see anyone or anything, the complaint indicates. Investigators recovered a spent bullet near where Hueman was found. An autopsy revealed Hueman suffered four gunshot wounds to his chest and stomach area. His death was ruled a homicide. Investigators recovered from the scene a black Nike shoe (size 10), with a white Nike swish symbol on it, and white outer soles with lime green trim. This shoe was located near Hueman's body and Hueman was wearing both of his shoes when he was found nike women&s shoes so police were able to determine the shoe did not belong to Hueman. Homicide in Waukesha: 40 year old Kevin Hueman shot killed Police released photos of the shoe to the media, and a reward of up to $1,000 was issued in the case, in the hopes of identifying a suspect. According to the complaint, investigators had contact with officials at the Milwaukee nike 0 drop shoes VA Medical Center, who revealed that on August 14th, surveillance cameras had captured an image of a man wearing shoes that appeared to match the shoe found at the crime scene. That individual was identified as Justin Carl. Officials at Nike were able to help investigators determine that these particular sneakers were sold by Kohl's from July of 2013 through July of 2014. Further, investigators learned four pairs of these shoes (size 10) were purchased at a store on E. Moreland Boulevard by a womanrelated to Justin Carl. The complaint says that womanconfirmed for investigators she purchased the shoes and further said Carl showed up at her home on August 15th one day after the fatal shooting, looking to do his laundry at her home, and "continually asking her to let him stay with her." According to the complaint, Carl had a scratch on his face, indicated that he "needed a safe place to say," said "things are really bad now," and that he was "so sorry." One day later, they spoke again, according to the complaint. Carlindicated he needed to tell the woman something, and hethen said: "You know that shooting we saw on the news? I shot that guy." The complaint indicates Carl said: "He attacked me." Investigators learned Carl's home is located directly next to where the homicide occurred, and adjacent from where Hueman lived. Carl was taken into custody by police on September 2nd. A search warrant was executed at Carl's home. According to the complaint, entry into Carl's home was delayed, because he was harming himself inside. According to the complaint, an unfired cartridge was recovered in Carl's home. Additionally, officials recovered a .38 caliber revolver with a substance on the muzzle that tested positive for blood. After his arrest, the complaint indicates officials were contacted by a relative of Carl's, who indicated he had been missing a revolver. Court documents showit had apparently gone missing in July 2015, and returned to his home in late August 2015.