Beaver Dam Police are looking for this bank robbery suspect. See more below.
Fond du Lac Police are looking for a suspect in the stabbings of four people. It was reported shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday morning in the 100 block of East 12th Street. Police arrived to find a man stabbed in the arms. He said three others had already been taken to St. Agnes Hospital by private parties. The suspect was driving a dark-colored Suburban type of vehicle with a busted out right rear window. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
Washington County Sheriff's officials say a 64-year-old Hartford man died after he was struck by a vehicle while walking his dog home from a kennel early last night. It happened on County Highway K. Both the man and the vehicle were southbound on the highway. It was raining and the area isn't well lit. The man was taken to Aurora Medical Center in Hartford where he died. The driver of the vehicle was a 60-year-old Hartford woman. Neither alcohol nor excessive speed was factors in the accident.
Accident Victim Identified
The State Patrol has released the name of the 43-year-old Neenah man critically injured when he was struck by a department of public works truck while he was out walking late Thursday morning. Daniel Robinson was taken to Theda Clark Medical Center with life-threatening injuries. The 43-year-old Neenah man driving the truck, Patrick Engelbreth, was not hurt in the accident. The truck was equipped with a leaf collection system.
BD Bank Robbery
Authorities in Beaver Dam are looking for a man who walked into the Associated Bank with a handgun and robbed it Saturday afternoon. They say the man left with an undetermined amount of cash on foot. He was described as a young man, 5-foot-6 to 5-foot-7 inches tall, 170 pounds with a dark blue or fleece jacket with two horse designs on the front, and one on the back with smaller horseshoes surrounding it. Anyone with information is asked to contact Beaver Dam Police.
Dog Attack Suspect Arraigned
The 43-year-old New Berlin man who is accused, along with a 58-year-old Campbellsport man, of having a dog attack his 18-year-old son was arraigned in Fond du Lac County Court last Friday. Joel Kennedy Sr. pled not guilty to the charges he's facing stemming from the August 31st attack. Richard Lisko believed Kennedy's son had stolen 100 morphine pills from him and it was his dog that attacked the teen. Kennedy's father allegedly aided Lisko in stringing the boy up like a deer during a portion of the attack.
FDL Man Bound Over For Trial
A 45-year-old Fond du Lac man facing domestic abuse charges has been bound over for trial. Wesley Smith was recently in Fond du Lac County for a preliminary hearing. He's charged with felony counts of strangulation-suffocation and intimidating a victim, and misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct and battery for a September 30th incident. The alleged victim was his girlfriend. He's being held in the Fond du Lac County Jail on a $5,000 cash bond.
Candidate's Yard Vandalized
State Senate candidate Rick Gudex's front yard was vandalized last Thursday night while he was attending a screening of the documentary "Heroes Behind the Badge." Someone snuck into his yard, ripped out campaign signs, damaged landscaping and turned an American flag upside down. Gudex says, "What they did is disgraceful," and what they did with respect to the American flag was "Disrespectful." Anyone with information is asked to call the Fond du Lac Police Department.
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