Judge rules Lily Peters suspect will remain in adult court

Jan. 22—CHIPPEWA FALLS — Chippewa County Judge Steve Gibbs ruled Monday that the teen suspected of killing 10-year-old Lily Peters will remain in adult court, and reverse waiver petition has been denied.

C. P.-B., who will turn 16 in March, is charged with with first-degree intentional homicide and two counts of sexual assault. The teen, who has been held in the Northwest Regional Juvenile Detention Center in Eau Claire on a $1 million cash bond since his arrest, is accused of killing Peters on April 24, 2022, in Chippewa Falls. Her body was discovered the next morning.

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