Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Guido, the Klement's Italian Racing Sausage costume and a Milwaukee Brewers mascot, had made an appearance in Cedarburg bars before the pair were caught.
Two Ozaukee County residents will face fines in connection with the theft of a sausage costume that is also a Brewers mascot. Kristin Moze, 32 of Cedarburg, and Timothy Forrer, 26 of Mequon — who are also brother and sister — were charged with disorderly conduct and were fined $429 for the theft of Guido, the Klement's Italian Racing Sausage costume, that took place in February, JSOnline.com reports. The two will also be responsible for paying for cleaning fees, repairs and a missing duffel bag. According to the website, Ozaukee County's News Graphic reported that Klement's had tracked down the suspects through a social media investigation. The sausage costume was seen barhopping in Cedarburg in mid-February, shortly after its theft, …
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Nick Wilcox, 24, disappeared early New Year's Day in downtown MIlwaukee while out with his girlfriend.
Family and friends are searching for a 24-year-old man who disappeared while out with his girlfriend ringing in the New Year in downtown Milwaukee. Nick Wilcox was last seen between 1 a.m. and 2 a.m. Tuesday outside the Irish Rec Room on Old World Third Street in downtown Milwaukee. Wilcox is 6-feet 2-inches tall and about 180 pounds. He was last seen wearing a dark grey shirt, dark jeans and black shoes. If anyone has information about his whereabouts, they are asked to call the Milwaukee Police Department at 414-935-7403. Wilcox’s girlfriend told Fox 6 Wilcox was seen by a bouncer leaving the bar with a man in a red shirt. Family and friends have been searching along the nearby river for Wilcox.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Tyler Buczek, a 15-year-old Port Washington boy, went missing in Lake Michigan mid-afternoon on Sunday. Authorities searched until dark on Sunday, and again on Monday. His body was found around noon Thursday.
Tyler Buczek's body was recovered from Lake Michigan on Thursday after the teen went missing while swimming Sunday. At approximately noon Thursday, authorities found his body about 200 yards off shore from the Water Treatment Plant in 10 to 12 feet of water, according to a press release from the Port Washington Police Department. Buczek had been swimming off North Beach with a group of friends when the current took him. He went missing at 2:39 p.m., according to Ozaukee dispatchers. Though the official search for Buczek was "indefinitely suspended" on Monday night, Port Washington Fire Chief Mark Mitchell said local law enforcement officers were still searching when they had time and the weather permitted. A team went out on Tuesday night…
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Tyler Buczek, a 15-year-old Port Washington boy, went missing in Lake Michigan mid-afternoon on Sunday. After searching all day Monday, authorities said they are ending the active search for the teen.
Updated at 7 p.m. to include details on search being suspended. Law enforcement officers resumed the search Monday morning for a 15-year-old Port Washington boy who went missing in Lake Michigan on Sunday. However, at an evening press conference, authorities said they were suspending the search "indefinitely" as of 8:30 p.m. Monday. And by 6:30 p.m., most divers and boats involved in the search for Port Washington High School freshman Tyler Buczek had exited the water. Eighteen divers spent most of Monday searching for the youth, a quarterback for the school's freshman football team. However, after spending much of the day fighting visibility problems because of algae in the lake and because of looming bad weather, the search is being …