Oak Creek Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Oak Creek police report: Dec. 4, 2014 issue

    Tuesday Dec 2 | via OakCreek 

    The suspect admitted to stealing the items and told police he was going to give the items to his grandchildren. 2 Two male juveniles were arrested for shoplifting after they took shorts and athletic pants into the dressing room at Kohl's, 9035 S. Howell Ave., concealed them and then attempted to leave without paying at about 2:05 p.m. Nov. 26. 3 A man and a woman were arrested for shoplifting at Woodman's, 8131 S. Howell Ave., after they attempted to return about $40 worth of stolen merchandise for cash at about 11:35 a.m. Nov. 28. The man was also cited for resisting/obstructing because he attempted to run away from police.


    Related Topix: Oak Creek, WI, Drugs, Milwaukee, WI

  • Wisconsin Mom Sentenced To Seven Years For Disturbin...

    Friday Nov 28 | via Switched 

    The seven-year sentence for Jessica Bell, 25, is only for possession of child pornography. She still faces 10 felony counts in Racine County for the actual acts against the boy, who was around 2 years old at the time the videos were made, according to the Journal Sentinel.


    Related Topix: Racine County, WI

  • Oak Creek police report: Nov. 27, 2014 issue

    Tuesday Nov 25 | via OakCreek 

    The suspect's vehicle was pulled over by South Milwaukee police, and the two males were arrested for robbery with use of force . The victim, who was found on the ground and bleeding, was treated at the scene by Oak Creek rescue and released.


    Related Topix: Oak Creek, WI, South Milwaukee, WI, Milwaukee, WI

Oak Creek Law

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I was recently charged with a 2nd OWI offense. My preliminary hearing is not for another 3 weeks. I am concerned with whether or not my employer is going to be understanding about the potential jail time that I am (likely) going to be facing soon. Because, from what I have gathered so far, it is only going to be a short jail sentence (10-20 days based on the district I was charged in, blood alcohol level in blood, driving record etc); I'm assuming my employer would be understanding about it; as I have been an otherwise exemplary employee, and have a good reputation with the company. I want to find out what my employer's response is going to be, and am thus inclined to my boss now. Should I tell him now & get it out of the way, or should I wait until after the hearing/when Iam charged?
You need to be working with a lawyer. It is quite possible a good deal on a second DUI will not involve jail time. Even...
We were off the road parked with the intention of calling LYFT (cab) when cop pulled up behind us ( no good reason). Wisconsin is not a "reporting" state. Should I fly out? Can an attorney appear for me? From what I understand Washington State has an off road defense - if you pull off with the intention of not driving further when intoxicated that can negate a DUI. Please help.
You need to repost this question using the city in Washington where the case is venued as your location, as you need a...
The deletion is for 10-15 minutes and includes me asking them repeatedly for a blood test instead of the preliminary breathe test. They refused to allow me the blood test and I finally did the blow test. They hid the deletion very well and only because I was almost sober that I remember the whole stop. Who should I contact . Department of Justice, District Attorney, or other option. Any help would be appreciated.
I am not a WI lawyer so I cannot comment on matters of WI law or procedure. However, had you asked this question in...
Im 19 yr old and was a passenger in a car which was pulled over for broken tail light. The officer said he smelled alcohol and ask each of us to step out of the car. We received a Breathalyzer test and each of us blow .02. We were taken to the police sited for underage drinking.
If you want to contest the ticket, then either at or before the hearing date on the citation you will need to plea not...
This is my 4th DUI ,, and I don't think my attorney is in for my best interest
Yes, you are entitled to counsel of your choosing.
I have two DUIs (3 years old) two retail thefts (5&4 years old)
Absent extreme circumstances there is no expungment of a DUI in WI. Your circumstances are not extraordinary. I assume...