A Mauston man has been bound over for trial in the death of 29-year Gail Howland of Mauston and in the attempted homicide of a second woman.  Monday afternoon Juneau County Judge Paul Curran found probable cause that 29-year old Cody Treul had committed the crime and scheduled his arraignment for August 28th, 2013.  During the preliminary hearing Monday afternoon, Juneau County Detective Shaun Goyette testified that two witnesses told him during the investigation that a guy by the name of Cody was the shooter at PJ’s Bar courtyard in downtown Mauston  early Friday morning, May 31st, 2013.  Another bar patron, Jamie Edgerton, told the detective she knew Cody’s last name, Treul.  Goyette also testified that the autopsy report of the deceased stated Howland received 10-gunshot wounds at different ranges.  Howland had been pronounced dead a short time after the shooting at Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston.  The second woman shot, 23-year old Ebony Lasher, “remains at UW-Hospital in Madison paralyzed from the chest down with paralysis on her right side,” said her mother Pam Kissner after the hearing.  Kissner also stated she is certain justice will be served because her daughter can identify Treul as the person who shot her.