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Watertown Police looking for suspects in stolen credit card case

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Watertown Police looking for suspects in stolen credit card case

From the Watertown Police-The subject in the pictures used credit cards stolen from our city to purchase cartons of cigarettes and other odds and ends from gas stations in Johnson Creek, Oconomowoc, Delafield, and Milwaukee. The vehicle appears to be a silver Toyota or Lexus and had a missing front driver’s side hubcap. The subject […]

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Missing person from Manawa Wisconsin

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Missing person from Manawa Wisconsin

Please share and cross post. This has been sent out to agencies across Wisconsin.

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Disabled man found at VA Center in Milwaukee has been identified

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Disabled man found at VA Center in Milwaukee has been identified

Update- At 12:02 p.m. The Department of Veterans Affairs Police released to the community that the person has been identified Original-At approximately 4:00 AM on 8/11/14, an individual walked into the Milwaukee VA Medical Center who appears to have a cognitive disability and is unable to communicate any information about who he is or where […]

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Man flees from Kenosha Police and shoots himself

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Man flees from Kenosha Police and shoots himself

From Kenosha Police- On August 4th, at 1:37 a.m., officers with the Kenosha Police Department responded to the 6200 block of 22nd Avenue in reference to a Disorderly Conduct. While investigating the complaint, an 18 year-old male fled on foot from officers. While pursuing him, the subject pulled a handgun from his waistband and pointed […]

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Silver Alert Program Goes Into Effect Today

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Silver Alert Program Goes Into Effect Today

MADISON — Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is pleased to announce an important new resource to protect Wisconsin seniors – the statewide Silver Alert program.  On August 1, 2014, Wisconsin’s new Silver Alert law (Act 264) takes effect.  Similar to an Amber Alert, Silver Alerts will go out by email, text message, or fax through […]

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