Whenever there is a high profile killing, there is always potential for someone to want to copy the killer, and a man in Appleton wanted to do just that. 62 year old Song Leng Vang told someone that he wanted to “do what the guy in Wausau did.” He was referring to Negmy Vang, when he went on a shooting spree, killing two of his wife’s coworkers, which all started as a domestic incident with him and his wife. Leng Vang was brought up on charges of possession of a firearm contrary to a domestic abuse injunction on June 13th, after his wife told police she was concerned he was going to kill her. She cited 25 years of abuse including an incident in which she said he pointed a gun at her head. Vang was ordered held on a $10,000 cash bond and his next court date is Thursday.