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Kenosha woman to appear in court on arson charges

The Kenosha woman charged with arson in connection to three fires set last week is set to appear in court as questions about her competency to stand trial have been raised. 37 year old Maria Vilchez-Bucio faces three felonies for the fires and four felonies for bail jumping in the July 25th incidents.
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WATCH NOW: Five new state troopers assigned to Kenosha County

Five new troopers assigned to Kenosha County are among the Wisconsin State Patrol’s 66th Recruit Class, which was sworn into duty late last week in La Crosse. The 42 new officers completed 26 weeks of comprehensive training on traffic and criminal laws, emergency vehicle operations, firearms proficiency, communications, crisis management and life-saving skills.
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Shots Ring Out During Vigil For Shooting Victim

KENOSHA, WI (WLIP)–No injuries were reported in a shots fired incident that interrupted a vigil held to honor a man shot and killed the day before. It happened after 10 PM Friday near 58th Street and 10th Avenue as a vigil for 30 year old Hector Rodriguez-Rojas was underway. Police say they found a semiautomatic gun that was still loaded nearby.
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Caregiver found guilty of aggravated battery on 82-year-old woman in Island Lake

A woman working as a live-in caregiver has been found guilty of striking her 82-year-old patient multiple times earlier this year in Island Lake. Theresa Alexander, 39, whose last known residence was in Brooklyn, New York, was charged with two counts of aggravated battery on an elderly person, two counts of domestic battery, unlawful possession of a fraudulent driver’s license and obstructing identification.
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7-day average of new COVID-19 cases tops 2,000 in Illinois for first time since early May

The seven-day average of new coronavirus cases in Illinois topped 2,000 on Tuesday for the first time since early May. The 2,682 new confirmed and probable COVID-19 cases state health officials reported Tuesday brought the average number of daily cases over the past week to 2,059. That’s the highest seven-day average since the week ending May 10, when the state was recording 2,088 cases per ...
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