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Births

Week of

Aurora Medical Center

Matthew and Sarah (Pisciotti) Braun of Kenosha, a daughter, Madeleine Joy, on Sept. 27.

St. Catherine’s Medical Center

Ian Mcsparran and Alison Beltran of Kenosha, a son, Jayden David Mcsparran, on Sept. 12.

Henry R. and Janelle J. (Rosales) Naylor of Kenosha, a son, Brycen King, on Sept. 16.

Eric and Tracy (Klingenmaier) Migrin of Kenosha, a son, Avery Michael, on Sept. 24.

Nathan Kalinowski and Amber McCune of Kenosha, a son, Jayden Michael, on Sept. 29.

Kristopher and Christi (Burdette) Wendorf of Burlington, a son, Kaysen Jack, on Sept. 30. The father is a former Kenoshan.

Gregg and Sarah (Trosen) Klappa of Kenosha, twin daughters, Emma Noelle and Piper Lynn, on Sept. 30.

Jay Pucci and Jennifer Sutton of Kenosha, a daughter, Zoey Jaylyn Pucci, on Oct. 3.


Week of

Aurora Medical Center

Matthew and Sarah (Pisciotti) Braun of Kenosha, a daughter, Madeleine Joy, on Sept. 27.

St. Catherine’s Medical Center

Ian Mcsparran and Alison Beltran of Kenosha, a son, Jayden David Mcsparran, on Sept. 12.

Henry R. and Janelle J. (Rosales) Naylor of Kenosha, a son, Brycen King, on Sept. 16.

Eric and Tracy (Klingenmaier) Migrin of Kenosha, a son, Avery Michael, on Sept. 24.

Nathan Kalinowski and Amber McCune of Kenosha, a son, Jayden Michael, on Sept. 29.

Kristopher and Christi (Burdette) Wendorf of Burlington, a son, Kaysen Jack, on Sept. 30. The father is a former Kenoshan.

Gregg and Sarah (Trosen) Klappa of Kenosha, twin daughters, Emma Noelle and Piper Lynn, on Sept. 30.

Jay Pucci and Jennifer Sutton of Kenosha, a daughter, Zoey Jaylyn Pucci, on Oct. 3.


Drunk Drivers

Week of

Lafayette B. Belk, 64, Kenosha, $851 fine, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Christina J. Broughton, 24, Midlothian, Ill., $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Michael D. Christensen, 39, Kenosha, $798 fine, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Raul J. Correa, 33, Kenosha, $874 fine, license revoked eight months, alcohol assessment.

Danny Cutler, 26, Kenosha, $811 fine, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment.

Nicholas J. Daniel, 24, Kenosha, $861 fine, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Don C. Fort, 31, Kenosha, $811 fine, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment.

Deontae L. Harris, 38, Racine, $748 fine, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment.

Keith L. Hines, 45, Kenosha, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Davila R. Martinez, 28, Kenosha, $748 fine, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment.

Luis D. Medina, 38, Racine, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Gabriel Mondragon, 22, Racine, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

Victor A. Sanchez, 24, Kenosha, $801 fine, license revoked eight months, alcohol assessment.

Kyle J. Sconzert, 22, Kenosha, $811 fine, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment.

Ricky R. Smith, 56, Toledo, Ohio, $924 fine, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.


Week of

Thomas F. Anderson, Fox Lake, Wis., 27, first offense, with passenger under 16 years old, jail time, costs, license revoked one year, $1,392 fine.

Kimberly S. Artac, Pleasant Prairie, 56, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, $2,452 fine.

Gene R. Auten, Antioch, Ill., 24, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Eric J. Baumgarten, Kenosha, 23, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment; ignition interlock device tampering/failure to install, costs, $705 fine.

Lauren Pearl Berg, Round Lake Heights, Ill., 30, second offense, jail time, costs, other fees, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, $1,449 fine.

Rickey A. Blaisdell, Kenosha, 56, operating while intoxicated causing injury, second-plus offense, jail time, restitution, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $4,855 fine.

Joshua R. Brown, Kenosha, 25, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,624 fine.

Elizabeth D. Bunk, Waukegan, Ill., 18, first offense, license revoked seven months, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Joseph B. Butterfield, Antioch, Ill., 33, first offense, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $937.50 fine.

Randy A. Coy, Kenosha, 28, operate with restricted controlled substance, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,379 fine.

James J. Daniel, Racine, 55, fourth offense within five years, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked two years, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,154 fine; bail jumping-misdemeanor, jail time.

Dylan J. Defiore, Kenosha, 22, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $706.50 fine.

Miguel A. Delgado, Zion, Ill., 22, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 16 months, ignition interlock device, $1,442 fine.

Anthony Ely, Kenosha, 53, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 16 months, ignition interlock device; third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device.

David S. Fuller, Trevor, 45, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,379 fine.

Adriena N. Gaston, Round Lake, Ill., 30, first offense, with passenger under 16 years old, jail time, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,442 fine.

Glenn E. Gipson, Kenosha, 55, third offense, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,694 fine; ignition interlock device tampering/failure to install, costs, $642 fine; bail jumping-misdemeanor, probation, sentence withheld, $443 fine.

Johnathan Jack Grigsby, Salem, 25, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,694 fine.

Corey Marshall Haley, Commerce, Ga., 34, first offense, prohibited alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.15, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Riley M. Hansler, Kenosha, 20, cause injury/operate while under the influence, first offense, prohibited alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.15, jail time, restitution, costs, $20,903.45 fine.

Michael R. Herda, Burlington, 47, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $761.50 fine.

Jamie L. Hergert, Spooner, Wis., 38, first offense, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

James G. Hill, Salem, 37, first offense, license revoked eight months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $937.50 fine.

Lisa M. Howard, Kenosha, 42, fifth or sixth offense, state prison, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, extended supervision, $2,407 fine.

Kailan R. Jackson, Kenosha, 21, operating while intoxicated causing injury, first offense, prohibited alcohol concentration greater than or equal to 0.15, jail time, costs, license revoked one year, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $881 fine.

Antonio X. Johnson, Kenosha, 36, second offense, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,442 fine.

Jeremy D. Kipp, Kenosha, 33, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,452 fine.

Marshall F. Kolbeck, Racine, 35, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,392 fine.

Lachelsey Lee, Kenosha, 34, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $3,468 fine.

Cathy Lindsey, Kenosha, 51, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,182 fine.

William J. Neumann, Kenosha, 41, first offense, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Robbie C. Nickels, Cambridge, Wis., 39, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,442 fine.

Jose L. Nunez Melchor, West Allis, 32, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Linda S. Olson, Salem, 42, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 16 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,505 fine.

Fernando Ortiz, Waukegan, Ill., 37, first offense, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Ruben Ortiz Agulera, Kenosha, 29, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment.

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Thomas Robert Ours, Burlington, 20, first offense, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Nelson E. Perez, Kenosha, 25, fourth offense within five years, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked two years, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,699 fine; obstructing an officer, jail time, costs.

Jeremiah J. Rausch, Kenosha, 32, fourth offense within five years, state prison, license revoked 30 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, extended supervision, $3,219 fine; hit and run involving injury, state prison, extended supervision, $518 fine; hit and run, state prison, extended supervision, $443 fine.

Harley A. Ruppert, Burlington, 50, operating while intoxicated causing injury, second-plus offense, state prison, license revoked two years, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, extended supervision, $518 fine.

Michael D. Simonovich, Pleasant Prairie, 37, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,379 fine.

James O. Smith, Sauk Village, Ill., 42, first offense, with passenger under 16 years old, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,309 fine.

Duane J. Smith, Kenosha, 33, second offense, probation, sentence imposed, jail time, license revoked 16 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,455 fine.

Kyle W. Staven, Madison, 20, first offense, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $874.50 fine.

David Tanner, Kenosha, 46, second offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 12 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,379 fine.

Timothy W. Taylor, Kenosha, 44, fourth offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $4,738 fine.

Mark L. Truax, Kenosha, 48, third offense, probation, sentence withheld, license revoked 24 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,694 fine.

Thomas K. Vaughan, Gurnee, Ill., 50, first offense, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Kelly J. Watkins, Kenosha, 42, third offense, jail time, costs, license revoked 27 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,452 fine.

Nicole E. Wells, Kenosha, 32, first offense, license revoked nine months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $1,000.50 fine.

Erica A. Westenberg, Kenosha, 24, first offense, with passenger under 16 years old, jail time, restitution, costs, license revoked 14 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $2,336.04 fine.

Timothy M. Wienke, Kenosha, 37, operating while revoked, jail time, costs, $443 fine; operating with prohibited alcohol concentration, fourth offense within five years, state prison, license revoked 36 months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, extended supervision, $5,615 fine.

Christopher B. Williams, Lake Villa, Ill., 23, first offense, license revoked seven months, ignition interlock device, alcohol assessment, $887.50 fine.

Jeffrey A. Witt, Lindenhurst, Ill., 52, first offense, license revoked six months, alcohol assessment, $691.50 fine.


Marriage Licenses

Week of

Jacob Andrew Griese and Suzanne Kimberly Taylor

Chadwick Johman Young and Carmallia La Shon Cobb

Cody Dallas Peterson and Leanne Marie Abrahamson

Kevin Michael Thoms and Michelle Amy Lucansky

Adan Garcia and Danejah Chaprel Meshack

Spencer James Tostrud and Ana Karen Lavariega Ocampo

Todd Allan Laba and Debra Elaine Laba

Timothy James Noel and Maria Christine Cupp

Terri Lynn Cohn and Vicki Lynn Bartow

Matthew James Ashworth and Taryn Nycole Martinez

John Thomas Larson and Brittany Ann Jenrette

Keith Allan Soderstrom and Brittany Ann Leable

Joseph Alan Pirk and Christine Lynn Erickson

Jessica Lee Martzahl and Susan Jayne Anderson


Week of

Eric Colon and Miriam Alondra Carbajal Mendoza

David John Tritten and Melissa Marie Chiappetta

Scott Andrew Hubbell and Kaitlin Marie Freng

Maurice James Freeland and Melody Jane Rose

Jonathan Lewis Draper and Yarilissa Negron Panganiban


Week of

David Kenneth Wilbik and Lindsay Deanna Brown

Arnold James Detloff and Joan Marie Parsons

Brian Dale Fish and Barbara Jean Stuessy

Reggie Lee Kranz and Michaela Rae Slanchik

Mohammad Nasser Al Nasser and Danielle Catherine Gename

Paul Anthony Fischer and Joan Susan Klimowicz


Divorces

Week of

Christina Marie Grace Balzer and Jeremy Steven Balzer

Anita Marie Brazile and Richard Lee Brazile

Shannon Marie Brehmer and Michael John Brehmer

Terry Sue Brown and Blane Doyal Brown

Dwayne Alan Busse and Sandra May Busse

Noreen Carrillo-Matthies and Wilhelm Bernard Hugo Matthies

Lori A. De Boer and Jay B. De Boer

Lisa Deluisa and Paul Deluisa

Norma Elizabeth Galvan and Antonio Gonzalez

Ted Eugene Hordecky and Burndetta Jean Hordecky

John D. Hoskins and Odester Hoskins

Julie Ann Iwen and Ronald David Iwen

Saranicole Ashley Kelly and Dontae Demetrius Kelly Sr.

Heather Lynn Lawler and Craig Marcel Lawler

Maria de Jesus Moreno-Salmoran and Roberto Ulloa

Daniel J. Naef and Heidi Lynn Naef

Andrew Scott Peterson and Kelly Madalyn Peterson

Benjamin Scott Shymanski and Amber Marlene Shymanski

Katherine Jennifer Summers and Eric Carl Summers

Sarah E. Techert and Kyle P. Techert

Taylar Kay Townsend and Sebastian Taylor Townsend

Erica Lea Vasquez and Ricardo Garcia Vasquez

Bridgett Marie Walker and Lionel Donyall Banks

Janet Elaine Walker and Oliver William Walker

Christine Ann Wojnarowski and Stanley Frank Wojnarowski


Week of

Lizet Alvarado-Gomez and Oscar Sandoval-Vazquez

Eric S. Barnes and Juliana Barnes

Sara Elisabeth Blake and Michael James Blake

Kari Lynn Brugger and Nathan Aaron Brugger

Marianne M. Cabell and Albert O. Cabell Ill

Karen Rachel Callender and Joseph Scott Callender

Michael Vasquez Castillo and Nichole Angela Hanner-Castillo

Tiwanda Michelle Cecil and Darryl Roderick Cecil Jr.

Christina Marie Demopoulos and Gary John Snow

Ellen Blanco Esperanzate and Mendel S. Esperanzate

Kristin Ann Graf and Bryan Joel Graf

Thomas Gene Ketchum and Jennifer Ann Ketchum

Melanie Lewis and Jamie L. Lewis

Lauren ClaIre Lotz and Terris Kim Lotz

Loredana May and Robert Michael May

Meredith Renee McGuffey and Donald Luke McGuffey

Ronald L. Metcalf and Yarmicha Hodge

Amber Sheree Ochoa and Jose Ochoa

Tiffany June OKane and Russell Kevin OKane

Tiniesha Monique Pannell and Donnell Lee Pannell

Elizabeth Pasillas and Jose Guadalupe Tovar

Dawn Marie Prochaska and John William Prochaska

Marcella Jessica Ramos and Homero Ramos

Lucerito Santana-Gonzalez and Flavio Argumedo

Tamara Kathleen Schlevensky and Jack Alan Schlevensky

Christopher Mark Schneider and Nicole Marie Schneider

Ericka Joy Short and Mark Nicholas Short

Tamara Grace Storm and Gregory Dean Storm

Joyce Ellen Suk and Michael Anthony Suk

Brenda S. Symoens and Richard S. Symoens

Troy Hastings Tifft and Ma Theresa Fontelera Tifft

Krishna N. Turner-Helton and James Jesse Helton

Rachael Lynn Van Pelt and Jon Christopher Van Pelt

Angelina Videbeck and Britton Videbeck

James Farrar Waddle and Sandy Celena Waddle

Timothy Willard Wright and Kelly Jean Wright

YaShona Marie Young-Turner and Johnny L. Young


Week of

Anna Lee Conner and James Thomas Conner

Lindsey Rae Decker and Andreas D. Decker

Gena Marie Larsen and Michael Louis Larsen

Laura Ellen Perozzo and Peter John Perozzo

Heidi Huebner Schuerstedt and Michael Schuerstedt

Terry Ann Sundquist and Paul Emerson Sundquist

Taja Jean Wright and Earl John Wright

Reema Ahmad and Wahaj Sarwar

Diane Lee Albrecht and Robert James Albrecht

Maria Ascuncion Alvarado and Jose Armando Degro-Reyes

Mark Thomas Anderson and Julie Anne Anderson

Michael D. Ashe and Nicole J. Hopper

Sarah Bussell Boyd and Alexander Brian Boyd

Barbara A. Bradshaw and Noah D. Bradshaw

Michael B. Colgrove and Christine A. Colgrove

Diane M. Current and Donald R. Current Jr.

Suzanne M. Daniels and John C. Daniels

Jennifer L. Deluca and Jon J. Hackbarth

Joseph Pavl Engel and Elizabeth Anne LaCombe

Doreen Gascoigne and Daniel James Gascoigne

Debra A. Jecevicus and William J. Jecevicus Jr.

Tracey Lynn Jones and Earnest Ray Jones Jr.

Sarah J. Kovach and John M. Kovach

Denisse E. Martinez-Bernal and Angel Gabriel Penalbert

April D. Masterson and Jeffery K. Masterson

Laura N. Nelson and James W. Nelson

Timothy James Noel and Genevieve Rebecca Noel

Karinna Lyn Osborn and Michael Paul Osborn Jr.

Calvin F. Payne and Hiawathia Payne

Laurie Ann Popp and Christopher Jason Popp

Tanya M. Schell and Brian T. Schell

Lana K. Schlagel and Loren D. Schlagel

Rachel N. Thrasher and Austin Lee Thrasher

Dana Mary Zampanti and Jeffrey Michael Zampanti

April Jean Zeman and Christopher Raymond Zeman


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