Schmaling thanked Ascension and the Central Racine County Health Department for their efforts to make the vaccine available. He encouraged his staff and others in law enforcement to get themselves vaccinated against the contagious upper respiratory virus.
“As more vaccinations become available, I am hopeful that others will receive it as well,” he said. “I believe this is a crucial step in getting our nation and economy back on track.”
An officer spoke with a witness who said the two men were arguing and pushing each other near the construction site of the new Karcher Middle School. When one man got into a truck, the other man threw a brick at the truck, according to the witness. Then, the man in the truck allegedly swerved toward the victim, striking him, and then backed up and drove over him a second time before leaving.
A dispute between coworkers ended in gunfire, leading to the arrest of a 40-year-old Kenosha man who is in jail pending attempted homicide charges. According to Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. David Wright, the dispute between the Kenosha man and a 50-year-old Racine man began at the package delivery service, where the two men work in Racine.
Brandon Oates-Carson, 19, was charged with a felony count of first-degree recklessly endangering safety, a misdemeanor count of pointing a firearm at another and two misdemeanor counts of bail jumping.