Forty-year-old Little Chute resident Zohn Wang Kun Yang tried to kill his wife by attempting to run her over with a car inside their garage on April 27, WBAY reported.
Yang was arrested by local police in the 400 block of Elm Drive. According to the criminal complaint, Yang and his wife were having a domestic dispute that escalated into him intentionally hitting her with the car as she was walking in the garage.
Yang’s wife incurred critical injuries because of the event and needed to have her leg amputated. Yang was charged with attempted first degree intentional homicide and aggravated battery in Outagamie County court.
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Former AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is currently awaiting criminal sentencing for charges against him, including drug possession and assault. Rudd pleaded guilty for the charges last month, and told Austrailia’s channel nine program, A Current Affair, that he had seen the error in his ways.
“We all make mistakes,” said Rudd. Unfortunately, this mistake cost him the companionship of his ex-band mates, who haven’t contacted him since the incident. The iconic AC/DC recently performed a set at the Coachella music festival to kick off the rocker’s world tour, and Chris Slade, who drummed for AC/DC’s early 90’s live albums, will be replacing Rudd behind the drum set indefinitely.
Rudd’s case has been adjourned until June 26, on which day he will receive criminal sentencing. Rudd hopes for a discharge without conviction, but the jury’s still out on whether the sidelined drummer will ever regain the trust of his band mates.
Addressing criminal charges is often a long and arduous process. At Kohler & Hart, SC, our criminal defense attorneys are prepared to aggressively fight for your rights and your livelihood. If you or someone you love is facing criminal charges, including drug possession or assault, please call our offices at (414) 271-9595 to speak with a representative from our legal team today.
An arrest was made for the 1990 homicide of 18-year-old Berit Beck outside of Kenosha. Fond du Lac Sheriff Mick Fink, who has worked on the case for almost 25 years, arrested and charged 61-year-old Dennis Brantner after his fingerprints were found upon a second evaluation of evidence in the case. Brantner was a truck driver at the time of the homicide and was an original primary suspect.
Further inspection of case evidence resulted in the discovery of Brantner’s fingerprints on a soda cup, employee manual, hair bleach kit, and window of Beck’s van. Brantner is now in custody at Fond du Lac County Jail charged with first-degree-murder. His bail is set at $1 million.
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Thirty-eight-year-old actor Dustin Diamond, best known for his portrayal of the character Samuel “Screech” Powers in the television show Saved by the Bell, was charged with second degree recklessly endangering safety, disorderly conduct, and carrying a concealed weapon in connection with a stabbing incident that occurred at the Grand Avenue Salloon in Port Washington, New York on Christmas, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported on March 19.
According to Diamond, he unintentionally stabbed someone after he came to his fiancee’s rescue, who was allegedly embroiled in an argument with other bar patrons for refusing to take a photograph with them. New reports arose that on the same night but prior to the crime, Diamond threatened to stab another bar patron at Patio Bar & Grill.
Diamond’s trial for the charges is set to commence on Wednesday, May 27.
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Prosecutors displayed five-year-old Evelyn Miller’s autopsy during the murder trial of 35-year-old Casey Frederiksen on March 6 at the Hamilton County District Court in Wisconsin, the Globe Gazette reported on March 6.
Jerri McLemore, the doctor who performed Evelyn’s autopsy, told the jury that the cause of death of the little girl was sharp-force injuries – stabs and slashes – and that the weapon used to kill her might very well have been a knife.
Items from another suspect, Randy Patrie, were tested for traces of the young girl’s DNA, but none was found. Evelyn’s clothes in particular would be difficult to test, as they were covered in mud and had been through the river.
The attorneys at Kohler & Hart, SC, in Milwaukee effectively, competently, and aggressively handle criminal defense cases including murder or homicide, sexual offenses, or drug cases. If you are facing charges like this, it is important to enlist the help of a competent defense team as early on in the process as possible. Call our offices at (414) 271-9595 to learn more.
Two suspects in an attempted murder case – both young girls – each told the Waukesha County Circuit Court on February 24 that the other was the initiator in a plan to stab to death a classmate, NBC News reported.
The two girls, who were both 12-years-old at the time of the stabbing in May 2014, were questioned separately mere hours after the 12-year-old girl victim was found alive and with stab wounds in the Milwaukee suburb of Waukesha.
The suspects were arrested while walking by the side of the highway near where the victim was found. Both girls told authorities that they were on their way to the Nicolet National Forest in northern Wisconsin, where they allegedly were going to meet up with the Slender Man.
The Slender Man is an Internet meme created by Something Awful forums user Eric Knudsen, who goes by the name of Victor Surge online, in 2009. The Slender Man is known for kidnapping and terrorizing people, especially children.
The suspects told authorities that they wanted to kill people who did not believe the Slender Man existed.
Our attorneys at Kohler & Hart, SC, in Milwaukee work on behalf of those charged with crimes for the best possible result from that case – ideally a reduction or altogether elimination of the charges. Call our offices at (414) 271-9595 to speak with one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys today.
On Tuesday, February 17, the Courthouse News Service in Waukesha, Wisconsin reported that a doctor testified that an alleged attempted homicide defendant really believed in “Slenderman,” a fictional online character who told her to attack a friend.
Morgan Geyser and Anissa Weier, both 12, are being tried as adults in the near-fatal stabbing of their friend, Payton Leutner, also 12, after the three girls had had a sleepover. In previous hearings, the girls were found “fit to stand trial” as adults; however, Geyser’s attorney is trying to highlight “mitigating circumstances” that could send the case to juvenile court as a second-degree crime. These circumstances, according to the attorney, include that Geyser really believed that Slenderman would hurt her and her family if she did not kill Leutner. The attorney claimed that Geyser’s actions were “unnecessary defensive force.”
Psychologist Dr. Deborah Collins has also testified that Geyser blurred fantasy and reality, testimony which could also affect the defense’s case. Weier’s attorneys are arguing that Geyser was the instigator, and that Weier is normally a “rule-follower”.
If you or your child is facing criminal charges, having a strong defense is critical. Fortunately, in Wisconsin, the Milwaukee attorneys of Kohler & Hart, S.C., can help build your defense. Contact our offices today by calling 888-565-7597 to learn more and talk with one of our representatives.
Forty-year-old Milwaukee resident Kris Zocco was sentenced to 19 years of imprisonment after being convicted of child pornography charges in November 2014 and pleading guilty to drug charges in December of the same year, the Wisconsin Law Journal reported on February 2.
Prosecutors for the case asked the judge for a sentence of nearly 50 years; however, Judge Daniel Konkol he was not charged with homicide, and his sentence should not reflect anything but the case at hand.
Zocco became a person of interest after his girlfriend Kelly Dwyer went missing some time in 2013. Zocco told police investigators that he and Dwyer had bought and used cocaine together in Zocco’s apartment on Oct. 10, 2013, but that he had not seen her since.
Zocco’s legal counsel said his client did not know that child pornography had been stored in his computer when police confiscated the device in relation to the investigation of Dwyer’s disappearance. The defense alleged that Dwyer’s position in information technology meant that his computer was filled with data from other people’s computers.
If you have been charged with a serious crime in Milwaukee, it is essential that you seek dedicated legal counsel as early on as possible. Contact the criminal defense attorneys at Kohler & Hart, SC, by calling (414) 271-9595 today to begin building a defense.
Marty Kohler, Michael Hart, and Daniel Sanders with Kohler & Hart, SC, were recently able to have the homicide charges against their client, Kandi Siveny, dismissed. Siveny was charged with homicide for the 2007 death of Lara Plamann. The district attorney in the case, Carrie Schneider, stated that the prosecution requested a dismissal due to changing evidence and facts. You can read more about this decision by clicking here.
The Delaware State Police has reported that they arrested 32-year-old Paterson, New Jersey resident Davon Tucker on Tuesday, January 20 after discovering heroin inside his car after pulling him over for speeding in Milton, according to kxan.com.
According to the police, Tucker presented them with a bag of marijuana after they asked him about the smell of pot in the car. They then searched the vehicle, and during the search, the officers allegedly found 15,000 wax-paper baggies the size of postage stamps filled with heroin. Experts estimated the drugs to be worth about $150,000.
Tucker is being held on a number of drug related charges.
Our legal team at Kohler & Hart, SC can be counted on to competently and aggressively fight on your behalf should you get charged with a drug crime in Milwaukee or other area in Wisconsin. In cases like these, time is essential; call our offices today at (414) 271-9595.