Michael Harmon booked in Jackson County Jail
BLACK RIVER FALLS, Wis. — The suspect in a Black River Falls homicide on Sunday, June 9 has been booked in the Jackson County Jail.
Michael Harmon is accused of killing 34-year-old Angela Nelson, the woman he lived with at a rental property on the 300 block of Chestnut Street in Black River Falls.
Authorities arrested Harmon, on June 20 in Milwaukee on a parole violation. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says it went to the Milwaukee House of Correction to pick up Harmon on June 26. Harmon arrived at the Jackson County Jail at about 3:55 p.m. on Wednesday. He is being held in the Jackson County jail on a probation hold.
At this time, there is no criminal complaint filed on the case. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says the case is still under investigation.
Billie Jo Harwick, Harmon’s ex-girlfriend who police say was with Harmon at some point after the homicide, was found safe in Madison on June 12.20745160 Angela Nelson Billie Jo Harwick