Suspect is charged after he hit a man he called "whitey" while the two were stopped at a stoplight.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Joe Petrie
Monday, September 17, 2012
A 39-year-old Milwaukee man is facing charges after he allegedly ran down a man on a bicycle in Sussex in front of a Waukesha County sheriff’s deputy. Antwan D. Hogans was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court Thursday with one count of hit-and-run causing injury, one count of reckless driving and causing injury and one count of operating a vehicle after revocation of his license. If convicted, he faces up to nearly three years in prison and $14,500. According to the criminal complaint: At 6:06 a.m. June 3, a deputy was stopped in the westbound lane of Main Street at Waukesha Avenue when he spotted a man on a bicycle and a maroon vehicle in the eastbound lane. The bicyclist then took off on the crosswalk and the maroon car abruptly took…
Volunteer firefighter Frank D'Amico was the first to respond to the scene of his 84-year-old father's hit-and-run accident.
Sussex volunteer firefighter Frank D'Amico was one of the first to responders to the scene of his 84-year-old father's hit-and-run crash at 6:40 a.m. Wednesday, TMJ4-TV reports. Camillo D'Amico, 84, is recovering at Community Memorial Hospital with severe injuries including broken ribs and a broken ankle. The accident occoured near the corner of Good Hope Road and Maple Avenue in someone's driveway, and when Frank D'Amico noticed it was his dad, shock took over. "I looked at who they were working on, and I go, 'Oh my god, that's my dad,'" Frank D'Amico told TMJ4 reporters. "I was just so shook up -- I mean -- your worst nightmare." Apparently there are no witnesses of the accident, and Camillo D'Amico has no memory of what happened, so …