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1 Killed, 6 Injured In Chain-Reaction Crash

One person is dead and six others were injured in a chain-reaction crash involving two semi tractor trailers and nine motor vehicles Tuesday morning.According to reports, the accidents happened on Highway 41 just south of Holy Hill Road just after 9 a.m.Officials said a car traveling north hydroplaned on the wet highway, spinning into the...
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Off-Duty Officer’s Gun Discharges At Mall

November 7, 2011 |
An off-duty Milwaukee officer is under investigation after his gun discharged Wednesday at a Milwaukee area mall.According to reports, the officer had stopped in front of Auntie Annie's Pretzels. When he reached for his wallet, the gun accidentally discharged. The bullet hit the floor.The officer contacted mall security and officials said the officer was...
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Investigation Shows Milwaukee Officers Get Off Easier From Drunk Driving Charges

October 29, 2011 |
A Milwaukee Journal Sentinel investigation showed that at least 35 members of Milwaukee's police force have been disciplined by the police department for driving while intoxicated after being arrested while off duty since they were hired. In most of the cases, the officers faced very minimal consequences for their actions.The article profiled a few separate cases,...
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Man Arrested On 6th Drunk Driving Offense

October 23, 2011 |
A Milwaukee man was arrested for his sixth drunk driving offense last Sunday after he fled Green Bay police and crashed his vehicle.According to reports, the 32-year-old man left the scene of an accident about 4 p.m. Sunday on Highway 41. When officers attempted to pull him over, he allegedly sped away. He crashed...
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