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A La Crosse woman will spend 18 months on probation for breaking into an Onalaska animal shelter to steal her cats back last year.
Forty-seven-year-old Lee Ann Shore was sentenced Wednesday. The complaint alleges Shore shattered a window at the Coulee Region Humane Society in late May to steal 15 cats, including eight seized from her apartment.
Shore cannot have contact with the humane society or own more than four cats. She also must pay restitution and serve 80 hours of community service.
A Salem woman stole more than $260,000 from her Racine employer, according to court records, by writing checks to herself and her husband over an eight-year period.
Tiffany Cain, 39, is charged with seven counts of felony theft. If convicted, each charge carries the possibility of five years in prison and $25,000 in fines, plus time on supervised release.
The suspected theft was reported in June 2014. The owner of Ace Stamping and Machine Co. told police Cain had been a trusted employee and friend, who managed his personal finances, but who he had come to suspect of stealing money by writing unauthorized checks to herself and her husband. The man said he had given Cain permission to use the checkbook to pay his expenses, but not to write checks to herself.
Somers Man in Custody Following Fire
A 59-year-old Somers man is in custody for domestic violence and a probation violation after authorities responded to a mobile home fire at 1870 Sheridan Road on Monday.
Donald Nietupski could face additional charges stemming from the blaze. Nietupski told his live-in girlfriend he was going to burn down his mobile home the night before emergency crews responded to battle a blaze at the unit, according to the Kenosha Sheriff’s Department.
Nietupski was treated for burns and smoke inhalation at Kenosha Medical Center and transported to Kenosha County Jail.
Kenosha Unified coaches and district residents attended the first of several informational meetings aimed at promoting a $16.7 million referendum calling for the renovation of athletic facilities at Bradford, Tremper and Indian Trail High School and Academy Wednesday night.
Residents in Kenosha, Pleasant Prairie and Somers, will have the opportunity to vote on the referendum April 7. The meeting, held at Indian Trail, was attended by about 80 people.
(Art for Everyone)
Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Friday, February 27 – Sunday, March 1 join Milwaukee musicians, venues, artists, and neighborhoods in a weekend of celebrating local art and music culture in support of art programs in local schools. “Arte Para Todos” (Art for Everyone) is a three-day music and art series where all participating local bands are waiving their fees and 100% of proceeds from each event go toward supporting art and music programs in three local schools. The weekend’s events are split up by neighborhood:Friday night in Bay View, Saturday in Riverwest, and Sunday on the East Side. Overall, the event will span over 20 venues and feature over 50 local bands.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs’ deadline to rule on the new compact between the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin and the state is further away than Gov. Scott Walker’s deadline to decide whether to allow the proposed Kenosha casino.
While the BIA has 45 days to rule, Walker’s deadline is Feb. 19. However, the Menominee have asked the BIA to expedite its decision.
A school accountability bill making its way through the Assembly is worrying Kenosha Unified School District officials.
The bill, which will get a hearing before the Assembly Education Committee Wednesday, includes the creation of a new state board that would oversee school accountability, and provides a mechanism for forcing the conversion of public schools with poor scores into private charter schools.
In Kenosha Unified, it appears at least six schools — Bradford High School, the Edward Bain School of Language and Art, and Brass, Frank, Grant and Wilson elementary schools — would fall into the failing school category and could be targeted for charter conversion, according to an analysis by the School Administrators Alliance.
Madison, WI – Attorney Thomas W. Bertz from Anderson, O’Brien, Bertz, Skrenes & Golla in Stevens Point is pleased to announce that he is running for reelection to the Wisconsin Judicial Council.
Bertz was first elected to the Judicial Council in 2009, and has served as the chair since 2011. The Judicial Council was created by the Legislature in 1951 as an independent judicial branch agency. The 21-member body is responsible for studying and making recommendations relating to court practices, procedures, and administration of Wisconsin courts.
Prosecutors have charged a Racine man in a fatal hit-and-run on Christmas night.
Thirty-one-year-old Bradley Hayek faces one count of hit-and-run involving death, one count of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle and one count of bail jumping, all felonies. Prosecutors filed the counts on Monday.
Racine police say they were called to a hit-and-run Thursday and found 45-year-old Robert Castaneda lying in the road. He later died at a nearby hospital. Officers arrested Hayek a few blocks away. Court records indicate he is awaiting sentencing on a prior drug conviction.
RACINE — 45-year-old Ronald Badillo faces a charge of felony intimidation of a witness, repeater in Racine County.
According to the criminal complaint, Badillo’s ex-girlfriend called police on December 19th indicating Badillo had been “repeatedly contacting her and attempting to cause her to recant her previous statement and drop charges” against him.
If convicted, Badillo faces up to ten years in prison and another $25,000 in fine.
Holiday Wreath-laying to Honor Wisconsin Veterans
Wisconsin State Veterans Cemeteries at King, Spooner and Union Grove will host Wreaths Across America, a holiday ceremony to honor and remember our nation’s veteran’s by decorating graves. The ceremony, to be held simultaneously with other observers at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 13th, will be part of a national initiative to place wreaths on veterans’ graves in 2014.
Kenosha Man Arrested in
A Kenosha man was caught growing marijuana in his home and arrested earlier this month on a multi-jurisdiction raid.
Christopher L. Pontillo, 37, was arrested Nov. 19, after the Kenosha Drug Operations Group searched his home. He is charged with manufacturing marijuana and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wirch to Leave Joint
State Sen. Robert Wirch, D-Somers, will leave his post on the Legislature’s powerful Joint Finance Committee.
Incoming Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling, D-La Crosse, today announced her choices of Sens. Lena Taylor of Milwaukee and Jon Erpenbach of Middleton to serve on the committee.
Anthem, UHS Finalize Three-Year Contract
A contract between a major health insurer and a local health care provider became official Tuesday.
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield and United Hospital System in Kenosha formally announced the new three-year contract, which would keep the system’s doctors and facilities within the insurer’s Blue Preferred and Blue Access networks, officials said in a joint statement.
Milwaukee, WI – On Sunday, Nov 23, 2014, 34 year old José Peña was struck by a hit-and-run driver while crossing the street near the 400 block of W. National Ave. just after 2:00 a.m. Peña was taken to a hospital with traumatic head injuries and was put on life support. Peña was taken off life support this past Monday November 24, 2014 in the evening.
The following day on Tuesday, November 25th, a 29-year-old Racine man was arrested in Laredo, Texas. Apparently according to Milwaukee Police Department, he was trying to cross the border into Mexico. The Racine suspect is currently awaiting extradition and is being held on a probation warrant.
“He is flying with the angels now, forever a guardian of ours. This man had the biggest heart and would do anything for anyone any day of the week. He was also an Organ Donor even on his last day here, he left still helping others. The biggest and most important thing in this world were his babies, that’s all he ever talked about” posted by Pena’s cousin Jesse on Facebook.
Peña is further survived by his 2 young daughters, mother, father and other relatives.
Funeral Services will be held at St. Patrick’s Church, 723 W. Washington St. on December 1, 2014. Visitation 10:00am to 1:00pm, Mass 1:00-2:00pm and Burial 2:30pm.
A fundraiser is being held to help Jose Peña’s family with the funereal expenses Saturday, December 6, 2013 at Little Whiskey 309 W. National Ave. from 12noon to 8pm.
$2,268,565 million and avoiding a significant increase in our debt and structural deficit,” County Executive Abele said. “If the Supervisors sustain my vetoes, the 2015 Adopted Budget will put Milwaukee County in a stronger and more sustainable position next year and in future years.” Abele Proposes Budget Compromise
MILWAUKEE – Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele announced his vetoes of the County Board’s changes to his 2015 Budget. As part of a significant compromise with Supervisors, County Executive Abele approved the majority of the Board’s 59 amendments and, through the veto process, he is proposing compromises that will improve services and lower property taxes.
“The budget I am returning to the County Board strikes a significant compromise while also improving services, lowering taxes by $2,268,565 million and avoiding a significant increase in our debt and structural deficit, County Executive Abele said. “If the Supervisors my vetoes, the 2015 Adopted Budget will put Milwaukee County in a stronger and more sustainable position next year and in future years.”
The north side Pick ‘n Save store in Kenosha faces a 30-day liquor license suspension for twice violating law barring underage sales.
A plan to build new sports facilities for Kenosha Unified schools, including a new stadium for Bradford High School, will go to voters in April under a plan recommended by a committee Tuesday.
The Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Foundation, Inc. (WHSF) & Mexican Fiesta are proud to announce our annual “Fiesta Toy Drive”. Last year, we were able to donate more than 600 toys to children in our community. This year our goal is to make sure EVERY child in our community has at least one present to open from “Los Tres Reyes Magos – The Three Kings”. It is fact that millions of children in the United States will NOT have a single gift to open on Christmas Day or on the Three Kings Day.
Let’s work together to change the fact “EVERY CHILD MUST RECEIVE A GIFT”. We hope we can count on you! Please help us reach our goal by making a monetary or toy donation.
Toy and Monetary donations must be sent or dropped off at Mexican Fiesta office located at 2997 S. 20th St. Milwaukee, WI 53215 between NOW – December 19th or January 5th – 9th, 2015.(Office will be closed from December 20th – January 4th due to the holidays). Please make checks payable to the Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Foundation.
All donations will go towards the “Los Tres Reyes Magos – The Three Kings” event, which will be heldon Saturday, January 10th, 2015 at Mexican Fiesta building located at2997 S. 20th St. Milwaukee, WI 53215.