Kenosha man charged with sexual assault while in possession of a weapon, other criminal charges

Kenosha man charged with sexual assault while in possession of a weapon, other criminal charges

A 24-year-old Kenosha man was charged with second-degree sexual assault while in possession of a dangerous weapon and other criminal charges for his alleged violent actions earlier this month inside a residence. Stephon Andrew Fletcher Kenosha County Stephon Andrew Fletcher has been charged in the Kenosha County Circuit Court with Second Degree Sexual Assault While … Read more

Racine man out on bail charged with hiding heroin in underwear at Kenosha traffic stop

Racine man out on bail charged with hiding heroin in underwear at Kenosha traffic stop

A 19-year-old Racine man is facing criminal drug charges after he allegedly hid heroin in his underwear when he was arrested during a traffic stop in Kenosha. Shavale Powell Kenosha County photo Shavale J. Powell was charged with felony possession with intent to deliver 10 to 50 grams of heroin, two counts of felony skipping … Read more

Savage Americans clothing company celebrates the freedoms of being an American while supporting those who fought for it

Savage Americans clothing company celebrates the freedoms of being an American while supporting those who fought for it

While Veterans Day has come and gone, the importance of commemorating and supporting those who served in the US Armed Forces is a 365-day-a-year endeavor for some, including a local clothing company. That company, Savage Americans, is working to raise awareness among nonprofits and veterans through its unique custom-designed t-shirts and other apparel products. Navy … Read more

Rhode Island AG Supports Designation of Spray Rock Road as a Public Right-of-Way | West

Rhode Island AG Supports Designation of Spray Rock Road as a Public Right-of-Way |  West

WESTERLY — The Rhode Island Attorney General has returned an opinion to the Coastal Resources Management Board supporting and strongly advising the board to approve and designate Spray Rock Road as a public right-of-way to the Westerly shoreline. In a letter sent to the council Monday, Attorney General Peter F. Neronha said he “strongly supports” … Read more

Feds argue to uphold ex-Portage mayor’s bribery, tax convictions and prison sentence

Feds argue to uphold ex-Portage mayor’s bribery, tax convictions and prison sentence

Several months after former Portage Mayor James Snyder appealed his federal bribery and tax violation convictions, the government responded with a 77-page response asking the court to uphold the outcome of the case. The response, in part, upholds the federal court’s decision not to dismiss the indictment or disqualify the prosecution team based on the … Read more

Fourth accused in connection with the Bone Hole shooting earlier this year

Fourth accused in connection with the Bone Hole shooting earlier this year

Charges have been filed against an area teenager in connection with an alleged shooting that seriously injured three minors at Bone Hole Swimming Access earlier this year. The teenage suspect charged this month is the fourth person charged in connection with the reported shooting. Billy James Kenuam Jr., 17, of Park Hills, was charged Friday … Read more

Former THS Coach Wilkes Indicted on Sexual Assault of a Minor Charges by Teton County Grand Jury | outstanding story

Former THS Coach Wilkes Indicted on Sexual Assault of a Minor Charges by Teton County Grand Jury |  outstanding story

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Waterloo man convicted of Mason City murder to forfeit bail money

Waterloo man convicted of Mason City murder to forfeit bail money

MASON CITY — The Iowa Supreme Court has ruled that a Waterloo man convicted of a 2012 Mason City murder will not receive a bail refund. In his most recent appeal, James E. Farnsworth II had sought to overturn his second-degree murder conviction. But in a decision issued Friday, the Iowa Supreme Court upheld the … Read more

Patient jailed after carjacking escape | News

Patient jailed after carjacking escape |  News

A Lenoir City man was arrested Friday after escaping from the hospital earlier in the week, stealing a car and evading police in a high-speed chase. City of Lenoir police responded Nov. 7 in reference to a male psychiatric patient who had fled the Fort Loudoun Medical Center wearing only a paper gown. Officers saw … Read more