Manitowoc County, WI

Manitowoc County Criminal Court Records

Dylan James Kazda, 30, Milwaukee, Possession of Narcotic Drugs (Fentanyl) 2nd and Subsequent Offense and misdemeanor resisting or obstructing an officer on 7/3/21, Guilty due to no contest plea, on count2; The defendant is sentenced to ninety (90) days in the Manitowoc County Jail, under the Huber Law. The court finds that the defendant has ninety (90) days sentence credit. The defendant is ordered to pay the costs of the action in the amount of $443.00 during the period of probation in count 1. Count 1: Sentence withheld. Defendant is placed on probation to DOC for two (2) years. Conditions of probation: 1) Assessment, treatment, counseling as deemed appropriate by the Department’s assessment process; 2) AODA and follow through; 3) Maintain absolute sobriety; 4) Submit to random urine screens and pay for the same; 5) Seek and maintain fulltime employment, schooling, treatment or combination to equal fulltime; 6) Pay court costs; 7) Pay supervision fees in an amount to be determined by DOC; 8) Submit to a DNA sample. The Court approves transfer of probation.
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Manitowoc County Emergency Response Team and MPU to Participate in Full-Scale Hazardous Materials Exercise

Emergency response officials with the City of Manitowoc and Manitowoc County will be conducting a full-scale hazardous materials response exercise with Manitowoc Public Utilities. The exercise is scheduled for next Thursday (May 26th) and will last from roughly 8:00 a.m. until noon. Residents may notice a number of emergency vehicles,...
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Manitowoc County Remembers Our Fallen Peace Officers

On the steps of the Manitowoc County Courthouse, the Clipper City Chordsmen welcomed dozens of civilians and representatives from the Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Department and the Manitowoc, Two Rivers, and Kiel Police Departments for the Peace Officer Memorial Day ceremony. In total, there have been seven officers and deputies...
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Manitowoc Public Library to Discuss “Misinformation Overload”

The following article was submitted by Natasha Khan from the Lakeshore’s United Visionaries Board of Directors, and LuAnn Lonergan, a Retired Nursing Instructor on behalf of the Manitowoc Public Library. On Thursday, May 19, at 6 PM, Lakeshore’s United Visionaries (L.U.V.) will be holding a virtual panel discussion hosted...

Precision Floors And Décor Opens its Doors in Manitowoc

“Our service area was expanding into the Manitowoc County area on all sides, even over to Valders and Reedsville, and well into Manitowoc, so it made a lot of sense.”. Those words came from Brian Zurn, the Founder of Precision Floors and Décor as he spoke about his newest location in Manitowoc.

A.C.E. Renovates Former Clinic For The Crossing

Manitowoc’s A.C.E. Building Service was the contractor that transformed a former northside medical clinic into the new home of The Crossing of Manitowoc County. The Christian-based organization provides emotional, educational, material and spiritual support to clients, to empower them to become strong and resilient families. A ribbon-cutting was held...

Wildfire Danger Reduced in Eastern Wisconsin But Remains High

While the danger of wildfires in Eastern Wisconsin has gone down over the past week, the danger is still high. In the latest update from the Wisconsin DNR, they have reduced the area surrounding Manitowoc County, including Sheboygan and Fond du Lac Counties from a very high risk down to high risk.

Three Manitowoc County Groups Scheduled to Gather Today

It will be a busy day within the Manitowoc County Government, as there are three meetings on the schedule. First up will be the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Executive Committee which will gather at 12:15 p.m. via Zoom. The main item on the agenda is an update on the Drug...

Mariners Remain Undefeated In Semi Pro Football

The Manitowoc County Mariners improved to 3-0 this season with a 32-16 victory over the Brown County Blackjacks in semi-pro football Saturday. The game at Magee School in Two Rivers saw Coach Brent Luebke’s squad strike in a variety of ways. Quarterback Marcos Alfaro II completed 12 of 24...

Local Developer Talks Housing Shortage

It’s fairly common knowledge that there’s a housing shortage in the Manitowoc area. Brian Lodel is the owner of TLG Homes, an affiliate of the real estate company, the Lodel Group of Keller Williams. Lodel tells Seehafer News he formed the company after seeing a need to combat...

Manitowoc County Criminal Court Records

Gwell Rossail James SR., 43, Sheboygan, Possession of THC (2nd+ Offense) on 6/4/17, Guilty due to a no contest plea, the court comments and sentences the defendant to sixty (60) days in the Manitowoc County Jail, under the Huber Law, commencing forthwith. The Court permits the defendant to serve the jail sentence in Sheboygan County Jail. The defendant is ordered to pay the costs of the action in the amount of $518.00. The cash bail is to be applied to the costs of the action. The defendant is ordered to submit to a DNA sample. State does not object to two (2) days sentence credit. The Court finds that the defendant has two (2) days sentence credit.

The Crossing Has A New Home in Manitowoc

The Crossing of Manitowoc County had a ribbon-cutting late yesterday afternoon at their new location 501 N. 10th Street, in the former Orthopaedics and Associates building. Executive Director Belinda Esquinas tells Seehafer News they’re loving the new place which includes a boutique and a pantry. “This building is enabling...

Stories You May Have Missed, A Week in Review

– WOMT radio was Named “Radio Station of the Year” for a Medium Market and “Social and Digital Operation” of the year Saturday night. Click here to see which other awards we received from the Wisconsin Broadcasting Association. – The Red Cross is once again asking...

Manitowoc nurse returns after treating Ukrainian refugees

TWO RIVERS, Wis. (NBC 26) — As she watched the war in Ukraine unfold from her Manitowoc home, Michelle Petersen felt the urge to lend a helping hand. "An overwhelming sense of responsibility and need to do more than just watch the media coverage back home and feel sad and wish that there was something that could be done," she said.