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Police & Fire
Dennis Marth, released from supervision weeks before a child enticement incident, will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars after sentence from Judge Kathryn Foster.
Between a neighbor catching a mother choking her daughter and another drunken fight at Sussex Bowl, this is a list of last week's most interesting police reports in Sussex.
Government, Police & Fire
Waukesha County Circuit Court Commissioner Linda Georgeson was suspended for reasons that did not involve her work on the bench or in any case, according to Chief Judge J. Mac Davis.
Suspect, 22, begins screaming, then lays under a pool table at Tailgator's until police are called where she causes even further problems.
Suspect is arrested in Waukesha after he goes to meet what he thinks is a 14-year-old girl for a sexual encounter.
Sussex announces a burning ban, including a ban on residential fireworks which police say will be ‘strictly enforced.’
Suspect passed out behind the wheel of a closed strip mall and is unable to explain how he got there.
A local resident is accused of becoming belligerent and tossing bleach on a television after he gets upset for waking up late for work.
Police & Fire, Summer
Despite ceasing highway construction around Fourth of July, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation expects delays.
From a mother who barely bat an eye when her son was hit by a car to a sassy cat fight, this is a list of the most interesting police reports in Sussex.
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