Man pleads guilty to hiding corpse of Dane Co. man

Daniel Lieske
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MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)--- The man accused of killing a 21-year-old Sun Prairie man pleaded guilty to one of his charges.

According to court records, 60-year-old Daniel Lieske appeared in a Dane County courtroom on Wednesday morning. He pleaded guilty to hiding a corpse. His other charge is first degree intentional homicide.

Authorities said Jesse Faber was fatally shot inside a duplex on Box Elder Road in Marshall. He was shot four times. Faber’s body was allegedly wrapped in plastic and driven to a storage unit in Rio. His body was found there a few days later.

52-year-old Meichelle Goss pleaded guilty to hiding a corpse in December of 2018. Her sentencing hearing has been scheduled for April 8, 2019.

A date has not been scheduled for Lieske’s sentencing hearing yet.