West Allis Shooter Found Not Guilty By Reason Of Mental Health Defect

West Allis Shooter Found Not Guilty By Reason Of Mental Health Defect

A 45-year-old woman who shot the owner of a West Allis car dealership last March has been found not guilty by reason of mental health defect.  Melissa Sandrone had been charged with two counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide.  She entered a no contest plea last November.  Milwaukee County Circuit Court Judge Christopher Dee made his ruling Thursday.  M-and-M Motors owner Matthew Tripi survived a head wound.