Carpenter was married and had two teenage daughters at the time of his disappearance. He was also the founder of Christian Publishers Outlet and owner of Heir Press. Reports say Carpenter failed to return home after a late-night visit at his Heir Press offices on South Campbell. Family members called authorities to report Carpenter missing […]
MADISON, Wis. — Kerida O’Reilly was found not guilty Thursday night of being a party to felony substantial battery. According to an online court filing, the jury asked one question Thursday afternoon before delivering its verdicts of not guilty on both counts to close the two-day trial. In June 2020,...
A jury has acquitted a woman accused of sparking an attack on a Wisconsin state senator who was filming a Black Lives Matter protest outside the Capitol last year.
A Madison protestor is found not guilty in the attack on a state senator. A jury Tuesday acquitted Kerida O’Reilly on all charges related to the attack on Milwaukee State Senator Tim Carpenter at the State Capitol last summer. Police say she led the crowd that beat and kicked Carpenter after he took a photo of the riot at the Capitol square. The jury deliberated for about three hours. Samantha Hamer, a former Platteville native, was also charged in the attack on Carpenter. She pleaded to a lesser charge a few months ago.