CALEDONIA — Caledonia Police have identified and apprehended all four suspects they were seeking in an reported road rage incident on Sunday.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports that St. Croix County dispatchers got a call moments before the crash about a fallen stop sign on County Road T. They are investigating that report.
The jury deliberated for a little more than an hour before finding Jordan Fricke, 27, guilty of first-degree intentional homicide, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
The settlement was reached during a jury trial over Robert Lee Stinson’s claims that detectives and dentists conspired to frame him in his neighbor’s homicide using bogus bite-mark evidence, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
Four Wausau area 18-year-old men are accused of beating of a 15-year-old boy and leaving him in the woods in an apparent attempted robbery, the Wausau Pilot and Review reported.
According to a criminal complaint, Patrick D. Beeman, 26, told police he gets urges to do odd things, like look for bottles in the garbage to plug toilets.
The Barron County Sheriff's Department posted on Facebook on Wednesday saying Smart, who was was 14 when she was kidnapped from her Salt Lake City home in 2002, will speak at the Barron Area Community Center on March 15.
Jayme Closs and her family say they’re grateful for the tens of thousands of dollars in donations made from people around the world since the 13-year-old girl escaped from the man accused of kidnapping her and killing her parents.
The Jayme Closs case has caused some parents to become more protective. While it’s a natural reaction for parents, experts say, they warn that limiting kids’ freedom in the hopes of avoiding a rare, heinous act may put them at greater risk of lifelong psychological distress.
What could possibly have transformed this lean, prematurely balding and reserved young man into the alleged perpetrator of a brutal crime that shocked a nation?
The Wisconsin man suspected of abducting 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents apparently applied for a job online the day that Jayme escaped, calling himself an "honest guy" even though his resume contains inaccuracies about his work experience.
Defense attorneys for the man accused of kidnapping a Wisconsin teenager and killing her parents acknowledged Wednesday that they're starting the case at a disadvantage after their client gave detectives a detailed confession and said they're not sure he can get a fair trial in the state.
Closs escaped and is home safe now and her alleged abductor is in jail, but unease lingers. How does a community guard against such an arbitrary crime? And how can anyone feel safe again?
A 911 call has been released providing details on the rescue of Jayme Closs, the Barron girl who was abducted after her parents were killed Oct. 15 and escaped last Thursday.
Milwaukee FBI spokesman Leonard Peace said Tuesday that the reward remains under review. Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says the reward is being discussed with the FBI and will be determined later.
The 12-page complaint against Jake Thomas Patterson focused almost entirely on Jayme's abduction and her escape, without lingering on her time in captivity.
Jake Thomas Patterson, 21, who is being held in $5 million bail, told detectives that he made two aborted trips to her family’s home before finally carrying out an attack in which he fatally shot Jayme’s mother in front of her, according to a criminal complaint.
Jake Thomas Patterson, who is scheduled to make his first court appearance on Monday, appears to have led an unremarkable existence until the night of his alleged crimes, blending into the state's vast northwestern forests.
The grandfather of the 13-year-old northwestern Wisconsin girl who authorities say escaped a man who killed her parents and held her captive for three months said Sunday she's in "exceptionally good spirits."
"She is going to have to grieve the loss of her parents and also come to terms with the fact she was abducted, escaped and whatever (other) hell she went through," Katie Beers said. "And it's not going to be easy."
The girl who went missing last year following the murder of her parents was found alive barely an hour's drive away, by a woman who stumbled across the 13-year-old girl and pounded on her neighbors' door shouting: "This is Jayme Closs! Call 911!"
Jayme Closs has been missing since her parents, James and Denise Closs, were found fatally shot in their Barron County home on Oct. 15.
Hundreds of people attended a gathering Wednesday evening in Barron to light a "tree of hope" for Jayme Closs, who hasn't been seen since before her parents, James and Denise Closs, were found fatally shot in their home on Oct. 15.
Detectives have pursued more than 2,300 leads, watched dozens of surveillance videos and spent countless hours searching for Jayme Closs, trying to figure out what happened to her ever since her parents were fatally shot in their home near Barron in northwestern Wisconsin.
Police frankly admit that they’re stumped and desperate for clues as to who killed them and why. They have no leads, no weapon and no motive.
Jayme Closs, 13, disappeared early on Oct. 15, when sheriff's deputies responding to a 911 call found the door to her family's home in northwestern Wisconsin's Barron County kicked in and her parents, James and Denise Closs, shot dead inside. Investigators believe Jayme was abducted.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said the search for Jayme remains his number one priority.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald said 32-year-old Kyle Jaenke-Annis was arrested over the weekend at the home of James and Denise Closs, but he is not a suspect in the disappearance of Jayme Closs.
The reward for information leading to the whereabouts of a 13-year-old northwestern Wisconsin girl whose parents were killed has been doubled, to $50,000.
The search for a 13-year-old Wisconsin girl whose parents were killed enters its 12th day Friday and investigators still haven't said if they have clues as to what was behind the attack and suspected abduction.
Hundreds of volunteers walked through swamps, cornfields and woods Tuesday in search of clues to what happened to 13-year-old Jayme Closs.
The sheriff called for 2,000 volunteers to help in a ground search set to start Tuesday morning.
BARRON — One hundred volunteers joined the search for a Wisconsin girl who has been missing since her parents were found fatally shot in their home.
A missing Wisconsin girl’s parents were shot to death in their house while the girl was home, authorities said Wednesday as they urged the public to keep phoning in tips about her whereabouts.
John Klang died after he was shot while taking a gun away from a student at Weston High School on Sept. 29, 2006.
A janitor and a mortally wounded principal grappled with an armed student in a rural school Friday, wresting two guns from him before anyone else could be hurt, authorities said.
Colleagues, friends and others took to social media to remember Maryland Rep. Elijah E. Cummings, who died Thursday of complications from longstanding health problems. He was 68.
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Downtown Kenosha plans first fall decorating contest
Inspiration, personal and career development strategies and some comedy will highlight the Kenosha Area Business Alliance's one-day 2019 Inspire leadership development seminar.
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