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Births

Week of

St. Catherine’s Medical Center

Troy J. Kulbacki and Sydney L. Prouty of Kenosha, a son, Troy Johnathan Kulbacki Jr., on Aug. 16.

Out of town

David and Tabitha (Raucina) Schultz of Franklin, a son, Tanner David, at West Allis Memorial, West Allis, Wis., on July 21. The father and mother are former Kenoshans.


Week of

St. Catherine’s Medical Center

Stephen Burke and Mara Swartz of Kenosha, a daughter, Piper James Burke, on June 30.

Michael T. Miller and Tonya Miller of Kenosha, a daughter, Mariah Lynn Miller, on Aug. 4.

Eric Acuff and Katy Camacho of Pleasant Prairie, a daughter, Alaya Grace Acuff, on Aug. 5.

Grant W. Manfred and Gina M. Mansolo of Kenosha, a son, Gavino Richard Mansolo, on Aug. 5.

Out of town

Brian Banas and Lauren Banas of Wauwatosa, both formerly of Kenosha, a daughter, Morgan Ann Banas, on Aug. 11.


Week of

St. Catherine’s Medical Center

Stephen Burke and Mara Swartz of Kenosha, a daughter, Piper James Burke, on June 30.

Michael T. Miller and Tonya Miller of Kenosha, a daughter, Mariah Lynn Miller, on Aug. 4.

Eric Acuff and Katy Camacho of Pleasant Prairie, a daughter, Alaya Grace Acuff, on Aug. 5.

Grant W. Manfred and Gina M. Mansolo of Kenosha, a son, Gavino Richard Mansolo, on Aug. 5.

Out of town

Brian Banas and Lauren Banas of Wauwatosa, both formerly of Kenosha, a daughter, Morgan Ann Banas, on Aug. 11.


Week of

Aurora Medical Center

Nathan Bradbury and Megan Ludwig of Kenosha, a daughter, Alaina Marie Bradbury, on July 8.

Chris and Amy (West) Nichols of Racine, a son, Carter Lee, on Aug. 1. The father and mother are former Kenoshans.

St. Catherine’s Medical Center

Kyle Kazin and Kimber Kruse of Kenosha, a daughter, Kaelyn Ann Marie Kruse-Kazin on June 29.

Robert and Jeanne (Kaminski) George of Kenosha, a son, Timothy Joseph, on July 15.


Drunk Drivers

Week of

Kelly Lee T. Baker, 22, Somers, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Robert J. Beyer, 40, Kenosha, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Stephon D. Davis, 19, Waukegan, Ill., $811 fine, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment.

Abel Flores-Torres, 39, Waukegan, Ill., $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Israel Florez, 26, Kenosha, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Jessica Marie Hernandez, 32, Bristol, $716.50 fine, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment.

Diana Lynn Herr, 24, Pleasant Prairie, $748 fine, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment.

Rachael A. Johnson, 28, Kenosha, $861 fine, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Jashanpreet Kaur, 23, Kenosha, $716.50 fine, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment.

Marquon D. Kyles, 25, Racine, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Paul A. Niesen, 48, Kenosha, $798 fine, license revoked six months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Raymond J. Reitnauer, 44, Kenosha, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.


Week of

Darrel E. Allen, Genoa City, 48, second offense, probation, sentence withheld, $1,242 fine.

Peter J. Barnett, Burlington, 51, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $716.50 fine.

Jason Thomas Barnhill, Kenosha, 34, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 27 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,452 fine.

Noel G. Beltran, Kenosha, 33, first offense, with passenger under 16 years old, jail time, license revoked 12 months, $1,129 fine.

Shannon G. Carney, Kenosha, 33, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Carlos Castillo, Milwaukee, 26, injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle, probation, sentence withheld, $8,252.76 fine.

Michael Chough, Franklin, 32, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 27 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,883 fine.

Travail D. Collins, Kenosha, 22, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,442 fine; hit and run-involving injury, probation, sentence withheld, $518 fine.

Steven G. Curtis, Kenosha, 54, fourth offense, jail time, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,683 fine.

Sean M. Dungjen, Spring Grove, Ill., 23, first offense, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $937.50 fine.

Richard H. Erickson, Twin Lakes, 66, first offense, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,000.50 fine.

Lauren Raye Fleming, Lombard, Ill., 30, first offense, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment, $874.50 fine.

Gina J. Ford, Kenosha, 56, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $773 fine.

John L. Galloway, Kenosha, 41, second offense, jail time, license revoked 16 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,242 fine.

Christopher Lee Gober, Salem, 34, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

John W. Grulich Jr, Kenosha, 39, fourth offense, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,833 fine.

Tyrrail D. Hall, Racine, 33, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,442 fine.

Robert J. Kelley, Kenosha, 33, third offense, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,568 fine.

Kyle D. Knolle, Muskego, 26, first offense, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment, $824.50 fine.

Alana A. Landers, Kenosha, 32, third offense, jail time, costs, other fees, license revoked 27 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,592 fine.

Mackenzie J. Mayer, Kenosha, 27, second-degree recklessly endangering safety, probation, sentence withheld, $1,258 fine; disorderly conduct, jail time, costs, $543 fine.

Brian W. Maze, Kenosha, 31, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,442 fine.

Dillon J. Millholland, Pleasant Prairie, 23, first offense, prohibited alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.15, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Carlos Moreno, Kenosha, 28, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Matthew M. Moskopf, Kenosha, 36, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, $3,204.50 fine; bail jumping-misdemeanor, $757 fine; second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, $1,172 fine.

Rebecca L. Pedersen, Genoa City, 23, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Angel Ramos, Kenosha, 29, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, $1,379 fine.

Thomas D. Ranker, Racine, 43, operating while under the influence, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 27 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,189 fine.

Benjamin E. Raymer, Rockford, Ill., 32, second offense, jail time, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,179 fine.

Mathew A. Robello, Kenosha, 32, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Denise N. Sheeler, Round Lake Beach, Ill., 25, first offense, license revoked six months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Andre M. Smith, Milwaukee, 31, first offense, license revoked nine months, alcohol assessment, $937.50 fine.

Callie B. Spivey, Silver Lake, 33, first offense, prohibited alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.15, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $716.50 fine.

Andrew M. Stout, Kenosha, 45, second offense, jail time, costs, other fees, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,582 fine.

William G. Thomas, Kenosha, 46, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Melissa Ann Thuesen, Kenosha, 25, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 27 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,452 fine.

Tervarious Ware, Kenosha, 25, first offense, prohibited alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.15, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.


Marriage Licenses

Week of

Hans Tore Hindrum and Megan Michelle Johnson

Cody William Taylor and Jessica Lynn Bischoff

Paul Martin Elcano II and Leigh Ann Martinez

Jeffrey Scott Detina and Tamara Ann Browder

William Brewster Williams II and Alma Angela Bosco

Justin Michael Sposito and Shanon Mae Mack

Justin Daniel Lois and Jessica Marie Sendelbach

Victor Lee Wallin and Megan Nicole Mueller

Trent Joseph Tobias and Jennifer Anne Brakenbury

Nicholas Charles Bonaretti and Melissa Lynn Arneson

Daniel E. McKnight and Sarah Elizabeth Johnson

James Robert Kutz and Samantha Rae Geniesse

Kevin Scott Beilke and Amanda Rae Roanhaus

John Joseph Poltrock and Colleen Marie Gibson

Matthew Richard Kluver and Megan Christina Young

Matthew Scott Murawski and Maureen Elizabeth Hansen

Jacob Taylor Fulghum and Carolyn Ann Hardiman


Week of

Scott Thomas Spoerlein and Kimberly Marie McCoy

Tamir Rasheed Scott and Monesha Latisha Drane

Evan Richard Edwin Pofahl and Sarah Lourena Warren

Heath Michael Mahaffy and Kari Lynn Bose

Eric Paul Thorpe and Cassandra Michelle Deau

Kenneth Earl Kane and Linda Lou Olson

Lawrence Ray Daugherty and Kristin Marie Bonsack

Jonathon Michael Dammeyer and Danielle Nicole Wilson

John Anthony Scozzaro and Whitney Marie Pacheco

Ryan Michael-John Zolper and Kathryn Anne Escobar

Mahesh Parshotam Shah and Susan Kathryn Jensen

Timothy Francis Morrissey and Rachel Anne Allan

Thomas Walter McCarthy and Kandi Jo Hutchings

Matthew Frank Curi and Ashley Marie Biehn

Russell Joseph Richards and Maggie Suzanne Meyers

Christopher Paul Sainski and Rochelle Loots

Anthony Rey Infante and Amanda Lynn Nicholl

Marcus Kelly Feala and Lindsey Marie Olson

Benjamin David Pavalon and Pamela Sue Kuhn

O’Neal Sims Jr. and Patricia Williams

Michael Edward Deardorf and Patricia Jean Oelke

John Wesley Miller Jr. and Aleah Rose Kane

Thomas George Patrizzi and Lanise Maria Covelli

Frank Gilbert Westland and Melissa Lee Merfeld


Week of

Scott Thomas Spoerlein and Kimberly Marie McCoy

Tamir Rasheed Scott and Monesha Latisha Drane

Evan Richard Edwin Pofahl and Sarah Lourena Warren

Heath Michael Mahaffy and Kari Lynn Bose

Eric Paul Thorpe and Cassandra Michelle Deau

Kenneth Earl Kane and Linda Lou Olson

Lawrence Ray Daugherty and Kristin Marie Bonsack

Jonathon Michael Dammeyer and Danielle Nicole Wilson

John Anthony Scozzaro and Whitney Marie Pacheco

Ryan Michael-John Zolper and Kathryn Anne Escobar

Mahesh Parshotam Shah and Susan Kathryn Jensen

Timothy Francis Morrissey and Rachel Anne Allan

Thomas Walter McCarthy and Kandi Jo Hutchings

Matthew Frank Curi and Ashley Marie Biehn

Russell Joseph Richards and Maggie Suzanne Meyers

Christopher Paul Sainski and Rochelle Loots

Anthony Rey Infante and Amanda Lynn Nicholl

Marcus Kelly Feala and Lindsey Marie Olson

Benjamin David Pavalon and Pamela Sue Kuhn

O’Neal Sims Jr. and Patricia Williams

Michael Edward Deardorf and Patricia Jean Oelke

John Wesley Miller Jr. and Aleah Rose Kane

Thomas George Patrizzi and Lanise Maria Covelli

Frank Gilbert Westland and Melissa Lee Merfeld


Divorces

Week of

Josephine L. Ahler and Johnathan Centeno

Valedean Clark and Eugene Orlando Clark

Debra Ann DeMoss and Lyle Thomas DeMoss

Rachel Lyn Holden and Rodney Holden

Dawn Marie Larson and Lee William Larson

Desiree Sencia Louw and Andre Ramon Randle

Tammy Lynn Ludvigsen and George Emmanuel Ludvigsen Jr.

Roxanne Elizabeth McCarthy and Michael James McCarthy

Debra Jean Metzger-Yates and Mark Charles Yates

Daniela Pezzin Peters and Andrew R. Peters

Michael L. Renzoni and Kristy L. Renzoni

Amelia Risch and Ashton Risch

Clarissa Alaoen Ryan and Daniel John Ryan

Ashley E. Stang and Dustin A. Stang

Liliana P. Toledo and Mario I. Cruz

Diana Mae Trammeii-Long and Jonathan Mark Long

Douglas J. Wagner and Susan A. Wagner

Jeremy Joseph Waldow and Katelyn Francis Waldow

Renee Susan Welter and Lee Thomas Kraft


Week of

Malinda Christine Baldwin and Owen Donald Baldwin II

Julie Marie Beaty and Michael Ray Beaty

Stephanie Angel Bedolla and Rafael Bedolla

Kristin Jane Brown and Thomas Lee Brown

Helen Roberta Cain and Brian David Cain

Lisa Mae Carter and Michael Dewayne Carter

Christine Joy Cates and John Clarence Cates

Nicole Marie Christopher and Brett Randal Christopher

Lori Ann Cruthers and Timothy Andrew Cruthers

Tina Marie DeCesaro and Christopher John DeCesaro

Renee K. Dickerson and Joshua L. Dickerson

Marisela Ann Dinarte and Erick Josue Dinarte

Mary Lynn Disney and Leonard Robert Disney

Stephanie Escobedo-Vega and Jose Alberto Perez-Cruz

Rosario Vasquez Espinosa and Thomas Paul Espinosa Sr.

Julie Ann Fisher and Vladimir Buenfil

Rosemary Sue Gallo and Carl Frank Palmer

Christine Iovine and Frank Iovine

Linsey Marie Knor and Kevin Patrick Knor

Maria Esther Leonard and Patrick Martin Leonard

Tracy Lee Malcewicz and Robert Joseph Malcewicz

Catherine Ann Mardon and David Robert Mardon

Angelo Navarro and Jennifer Elaine Navarro

Nicole Renee Pignotti and Dante Drew Pignotti

Nicole Desirae Platou and Brian Keith Platou

Gary Bernard Prill and Michelle Ann Prill

Jennifer Renee Rowlette and Ryan James Rowlette

Sharon Ann Rueter-Johnson and Thomas Albert Johnson

Dawn Marie Saarnio and Timothy Glen Saarnio

Jean Smith and Michael George Smith

Rebecca Anne Stollings-Ludowise and James Luther Stollings Jr.

Dixie Lee Tedtman and Frederick Charles Tedtman

Odessa Eva Torrez-Hempel and Jeremy Michael Hempel

Jennifer Marie Velleux and Craig Richard Velleux

Daniela D. Wright and David A Wright


Week of

Toscha Bianca Manley and James Vaughn Manley

Kristina Marie Martin and August James Martin Sr.

Stephanie Ann Moore and James Bradley Moore

Michele Ann Neave and Uriel Neave

Kyle John O’Guin and Samantha Marie O’Guin

Jean Marie Owens and Michael James Owens

Elissa Clare Petkovic and Matthew Alexander Petkovic

Julie A. Sokolski and Jaimie M. Sokolski

Paula Helene Stumpf and Raymond Gallagher Stumpf

Yolanda Talley and Frank Byrd Jr.

Jadvyga Valiauga and Rytas Vytautas Valiauga

Premal Vipinchandra Vasani and Jhanvi Vasani

Constance Jo Walbran and David Michael Walbran

Heather M. Waldschmidt and Jacob A. Waldschmidt

Stephen Matthew Werner and Roberta Werner

Kelly Suzanne Wilburn and Shane Christopher Wilburn

Elisa Zermeno-Pina and Adam Michael Spangler


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    Woman pleads guilty in secret video case

    2

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    1

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    2

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    2

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