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UPDATE: Man facing charges of homicide, armed robbery in Neenah makes initial appearance

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WEDNESDAY 11/13/19 3:20 p.m.

OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) — A Winnebago County Court judge has granted a $750,000 bond for the man accused of shooting and killing Kevin “Hollywood” Hein and robbing Short Branch Saloon in Neenah last month.

Thirty-six-year-old Casey Cameron made his initial appearance Wednesday afternoon.

He is scheduled to appear in court again on Nov. 18. Before this Cameron may waive his right to a preliminary hearing that is scheduled for Nov. 21.

Criminal complaint shows how police arrested man charged with Neenah homicide, armed robbery

WEDNESDAY 11/13/19 12:52 p.m.

OSHKOSH, Wis. (WFRV) — Charges have officially been filed against the man accused of murdering Kevin “Hollywood” Hein and robbing Short Branch Saloon in Neenah in October.

According to court documents, 36-year-old Casey Cameron now faces charges of 1st Degree Intentional Homicide, Armed Robber, and 1st Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety.

Last week, Neenah Police announced they had arrested Cameron for this incident.

The criminal complaint obtained by Local 5 shows that Cameron entered the bar wearing sunglasses and handkerchiefs over his face. A bartender told police that Cameron to her to put all the money in a black reusable shopping bag.

Cameron then displayed a small handgun. The bartender told officials that Hollywood exited the bar and Cameron followed. Cameron collected the money from the bar and followed Hollywood out the door.

The bartender then says she heard gunshots. She and other bar patrons found Hein on the ground.

On October 17, three days after the incident, officials say they received a Crime Stoppers tip indicating that Cameron “was a Hell’s Lover Motorcycle Club member who has a lot of characteristics of the suspect.”

The criminal complaint goes on to say, “The tip stated that he is known by the club name “Amish” and his wife works as a bartender at the Short Branch Saloon. According to the tip, Casey had scratches over his right eye after the shooting took place. It also stated that Casey’s roommate has a vehicle that matches the description provided to the public by Neenah Police Department.”

The bartender told police Cameron’s wife had been the bartender on duty before she began her own shift.

An officer then conducted surveillance on Cameron’s home. In early November, the officer reports he followed Cameron while he was driving in Menasha. When Cameron threw a cigarette butt out the window, the officer collected it and submitted it for testing at the Wisconsin State Crime Lab.

After testing, officials determined the DNA on the cigarette matched the DNA collected at the crime scene.

On Nov. 8, police located Cameron and took him into custody without incident.

He is expected to make his initial appearance at 2:30 Wednesday in Winnebago County Court.

Friends of “Hollywood” react to arrest in connection with Neenah saloon robbery, homicide

FRIDAY 11/8/19 8:00 p.m.

NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) — Friends of Kevin “Hollywood” Hein react to Friday’s arrest of a Menasha man in connection with Hein’s slaying at the Short Branch Saloon in Neenah.

Neenah Police arrested 36-year-old Casey Cameron for the homicide of 59-year-old Kevin Hein.

Police Chief Aaron Olson says Cameron is being charged with first-degree murder, robbery, and first-degree recklessly endangering safety.

Steve Keller was friends with Kevin for over thirty years.

Keller says these past few weeks have been anxious for Hein’s friends, but Cameron’s arrest has brought them some peace. “I spent a lot of time with a bunch of Kevin’s friends and everybody was pretty happy. There was a lot of tears of relief and a lot of emotion. A lot of people are pretty wound up, because we’ve all been on pins and needles wondering who this was and where he was.”

There is no word yet on when Cameron will appear in court.

Neenah Police identify deadly shooting victim, release video of scene

TUESDAY 10/15/19 3:25 p.m.

NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) — The Neenah Police Department has identified the victim of Monday morning’s deadly shooting as 59-year-old Kevin “Hollywood” Hein.

Learn more about who Hollywood was in the story here.

Officers are still searching for the suspect at this time.

Neenah PD releases video in deadly shooting investigation, asking for public’s help

TUESDAY 10/15/19 12:10 p.m.

NEENAH, Wis. (WFRV) — The Neenah Police Department is asking for help finding the suspect in a deadly shooting.

The suspect is described as a 6’3″ adult white male with an average build.

Police say the man is bald/balding or has very short hair and has a possible head or face injury.

Officers have released video of the scene below.

Video 1: The video is taken with a cell phone from inside the Short Branch Saloon. The suspect is seen putting his sunglasses and face mask back on.

Video 2: The video shows the suspect vehicle leaving the scene of the incident.

One dead following armed robbery in Neenah

MONDAY 10/14/19 4:24 a.m.

One person is dead and a suspect on the loose following a shooting at The Short Branch Saloon in Neenah.

Neenah Police responded to the Short Branch Saloon on Harrison Street at 12:14 Monday morning.

Police say an armed robber entered the business and shot a patron during the robbery.

Police say despite the best efforts of the first responders, the victim died as a result of his injuries.

The suspect is described as a white male wearing a dark baseball hat, a face mask and a dark-colored sweatshirt.

The suspect fled in a dark four-door car with silver wheels, southbound on Harrison St.

The suspect has not been located and the investigation is ongoing.

Police say the suspect is armed and dangerous.

Police say if anyone has any information regarding this incident to contact Investigative Lieutenant Pat Pedersen at 920-886-6000.

Report any suspicious behavior to your local law enforcement. If you observe suspicious behavior in the City of Neenah, call 911 or 920-886-6000.

Watch the full press conference below:

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