Rest stop murder suspect makes first court appearance

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The suspect from last week's manhunt made his first court appearance.

Terence Doddy is accused of killing two people in northern Illinois, before he was caught in Wisconsin last Friday.

Doddy appeared in a Rock County, Wisconsin courtroom sitting in a wheelchair, with two black eyes.

He is being held on a $210,000 bond.

Wisconsin law requires he post the entire amount to bond out of jail.

Prosecutors are working to send him back to Rockford, where he faces murder charges in the death of his friend, Todd Hansmeier.

He is also suspected in the death of Tonya Bargman, who was found at a rest stop near Paw Paw, Illinois last Monday.

Prosecutors say Doddy had cocaine in his system when he was caught in Beloit, Wisconsin.

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