Kenosha Police Department

Kenosha Police Department

A 48-year-old Kenosha man is alleged to have threatened to shoot his neighbor and her dog after the dog walked on his lawn.

The 50-year-old woman called police Wednesday morning. She said she had taken her dog for a walk outside her home on the 1600 block of 61st Street and said the dog pulled away from her and ran away with its leash.

According to a police report, she told officers that when she walked onto the man’s lawn on the 1400 block of 61st to retrieve the dog, the man came out onto his porch holding a handgun and yelled “get your (expletive) dog out of my yard before I shoot you and your (expletive) dog.”

When police went to talk to the man he tried to slam his door in the officers’ faces, according to the report. He denied having had his gun outside, although it was sitting about two feet from him when officers got him to talk to them, and he said he told the woman he was going to shoot her dog in the head.
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Another resident of the street told police he saw the man on his porch and overheard him threatening to shoot the woman.

Police said the man was going to be cited for disorderly conduct.

Crime Report (July 16-17, 2019)

Here are the crime stories published online and in the print product of the Kenosha News July 16-17, 2019.

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RACINE — The Milwaukee man accused of fatally shooting Racine Police Officer John Hetland last month during an armed robbery appeared in court Wednesday morning to waive his right to a preliminary hearing.{/div} {div class=”subscriber-preview”}The man, Dalquavis Ward, 26, is next scheduled to be in court for an arraignment at 8:15 a.m. Aug. 7 at the Racine County Law Enforcement, 717 Wisconsin Ave.

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BURLINGTON — A litany of drugs were reportedly found Thursday morning by the Racine County Metro Drug Unit in the home of a Burlington man who had recently been released from prison.The suspect, 48-year-old Phillip Zadurski, has been arrested. The Sheriff’s Office said that he had been out of prison for less than a year when he was arrested again.In the home on the south side of Burlington, in the 400 block of West Market Street, law enforcement reported finding the following drugs:38.6 grams of hash94.6 grams of mushrooms (psilocybin)18.7 grams of crystal meth11.1 grams of crack cocaine3.5 grams of MDMA (also known as ecstasy)20 Suboxone strips (a prescription narcotic)A digital scale, packaging materials and drug paraphernalia were also found, according to the Sheriff’s Office. The City of Burlington Police Department's K-9 unit assisted the Sheriff's Office in the investigation.In a statement, Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said: “Zadurski has a criminal history of selling dangerous and oftentimes deadly drugs. Repeat drug offenders need to have harsher penalties. How many more drug overdoses will occur before our criminal justice system wakes up?” Zadurski was charged Tuesday in Racine County Circuit Court with the following felony charges:Possession of THC with intent to deliverPossession of methamphetamine with intent to deliverPossession of cocaine with intent to deliverPossession of psilocybin with intent to deliverPossession of MDMA with intent to deliverPossession of Schedule III drugs with intent to deliverMaintaining a drug house for sales/manufactureHe remained in custody as of Tuesday at the Racine County Jail.Zadurski has prior convictions for:1991: Distribution of a controlled substance near a school in Milwaukee County2006: Operating with a controlled substance in Lafayette County2006: Possession of THC, second offense, in Walworth County2007: Battery and disorderly conduct with domestic abuse assessments in Walworth County2012: Possession of THC, repeat offense, in Milwaukee County2014: Possession with intent to deliver narcotics, repeat offense, in Walworth County2014: Possession of cocaine, repeat offense, in Rock County

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