Man accused of killing three people enters plea
The man accused of killing three people in a crash along Interstate 94 last month entered plea on Wednesday.
Serghei Kundilovski pleaded not guilty too all counts in Dunn County Court.
The appearance for Kundilovski was to go over the felony charges he has – nine in all with this case, including three for first-degree reckless homicide.
The 36-year-old from California was wheeled into court Wednesday, as he is still recovering from the injuries he suffered in the crash last month, which killed Adam Kendhammer, Jeremy Berchem, and Bryan Rudell.
A criminal complaint says troopers found two cans of air duster at the scene of the crash and Kundilovski, according to a blood draw, had ethanol and difluoroethane in his system.
A $300,000 cash bond was continued, but Dunn County District Attorney Andrea Nodolf asked for tight restrictions on his travel, citing Kundilovski as a flight risk – with the Russian immigrant's home being in California and having family also on the West Coast.
Judge James Peterson did rule Kundilovski must remain in Dunn or Eau Claire counties, while he recuperates.
A preliminary hearing for Kundilovski was scheduled for Aug. 17.