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Government, Police & Fire
Racine Tea Party organizers say a white van with "Obama" stickers visited the parking lot of the old Sam's Club Saturday morning and dumped roofing nails throughout the parking lot before the group's "Rally for Jobs."
Police & Fire
Police say a Sturtevant man, 21, broke the items after getting upset with his sister for not wanting to pay for his prescription pills.
A man driving through Wauwatosa could not believe his eyes after his Mercedes Benz came face-to-face with a local "resident."
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
The week of Oct. 21 - 27, 2012 was a mixed bag of tragedy, crime, community and a ray of sunshine in the form of a little girl who had a dream come true.
Police say suspect admitted to the thefts, saying he did it because he's hungry.
Suspect is apprehended by Mount Pleasant police officers after police say she passed a bad check at Kwik Trip.
Suspect said he wasn't driving drunk, so why then did he feel the need to allegedly hide from the deputies who pulled him over?
A Caledonia woman killed during the Oct. 21 shooting in Brookfield was buried Friday, and friends held a fundraiser Friday for her family.
Suspect, 55, is pulled over for dark tint on his car windows, and police say they found drugs in his car.
Suspect faces felony charge as well after police say she pushed a security guard.
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