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A woman who was angry that her 11-year-old daughter was resisting leaving the Bristol Renaissance Faire allegedly battered the girl, then head-butted a bystander who tried to intervene and a security guard who came to the bystander’s aid.

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Here is a roundup of the crime stories published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News July 18-22, 2019. 

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CALEDONIA — Caledonia Police are seeking help to identify four suspects who were reportedly involved in a road rage incident on Sunday that involved the victim being attacked and hit with a stun gun. The incident occurred at approximately 2:54 p.m. Sunday in the area near Six Mile Road and D…

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SOMERS — The University of Wisconsin-Parkside discovered it was a victim of bank fraud when it was notified by a bank on June 19 of an issue involving a new account, a UW spokesman told the Kenosha News.

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RACINE — After being fired twice from the Racine County Juvenile Detention Center for alleged use of excessive force, Ray Anthony Munoz has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery for using knee strikes against a teenage inmate in the abdomen while leading the teenager back to his cell in June 2017.

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PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Pleasant Prairie’s newest police officer was sworn in this week, after lifting a paw.

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RACINE — A 71-year-old Racine man has been charged in court with the manufacture/delivery of cocaine as a repeat offender.Robert C. Christman, of the 5100 block of 16th Street, was charged in Racine County Circuit Court Wednesday with the manufacture and/or delivery of cocaine and maintainin…

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RACINE — A Racine man stabbed a correctional officer in the head with a pen while being booked at the Racine County Jail, according to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office.Zarnell S. Massie, 24, of the 3000 block of Durand Avenue is charged with felony counts of aggravated battery with a dange…

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RACINE — The Milwaukee man accused of fatally shooting Racine Police Officer John Hetland last month during an armed robbery appeared in court Wednesday morning to waive his right to a preliminary hearing.{/div} {div class=”subscriber-preview”}The man, Dalquavis Ward, 26, is next scheduled t…

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BURLINGTON — A litany of drugs were reportedly found Thursday morning by the Racine County Metro Drug Unit in the home of a Burlington man who had recently been released from prison.The suspect, 48-year-old Phillip Zadurski, has been arrested. The Sheriff’s Office said that he had been out o…

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A teen was sentenced to nine months in jail for his part in a school threat last year, but because of the length of time he has spent in custody awaiting resolution of his case, he will serve no additional time.

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A tip from Snapchat about a person soliciting a 12-year-old girl for “indecent” images led to felony charges against a former Salem Lakes man.

Jaeden Zackery and Chelby Koker were honored with one final award recently for their standout senior seasons with the Central boys and Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball teams, respectively.

For the second straight season, the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association bestowed Central senior guard Jaeden Zackery with an award commensurate with his talented peers throughout the state.

It took a buzzer-beater from Southern Lakes Conference rival Elkhorn in last week’s Division-2 sectional semifinal to keep the Central boys basketball team from a return trip to state.

PADDOCK LAKE — After three seasons that have included two Southern Lakes Conference championships, three regional titles and a sectional title, senior guard Jaeden Zackery admitted he’s losing track of where he’s keeping the pieces of net the Central boys basketball team keeps cutting down.

RACINE — After getting torched by senior sensation Marquise Milton for an average of 34.5 points per game in a pair of regular-season losses, the Indian Trail boys basketball team knew that it had to take a different tact on Friday against Southeast Conference rival Racine Horlick in a WIAA …

The Central boys basketball team left no doubt in its WIAA Division-2 playoff opener Friday night.

WILMOT — One 3-pointer after another, the Wilmot boys basketball team found the rim or the backboard, anything but the net, and time seemed to be dwindling away on the Panthers’ season with a deluge of missed shots.

The Central boys basketball team begins its quest to return to the WIAA Division-2 State Tournament for the second straight season when it hosts Waterford in a regional semifinal tonight.

Editor’s note: This is the second of a “Where Are They Now?” series that will run on the third Tuesday of each month during the Kenosha News’ 125th anniversary year. The series focuses on former Kenosha County standout athletes and their lives after sports.

The Central boys basketball team will begin its bid for a return-trip to the WIAA Division-2 State Tournament with a No. 1 regional seed in its possession.

PADDOCK LAKE — As a junior on an experienced Central boys basketball team that reached the WIAA Division-2 state semifinals last season, Joey Michelau didn’t see a lot of minutes.

With just hours before a showdown for the top of the Southern Lakes Conference, both the Elkhorn adn Central boys basketball teams held serve Friday night.

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