Kenosha Police Release Some Details of Arrests

These are not the implements of peaceful protesters.

At least 175 people have been arrested during the recent civil unrest in Kenosha, Wis., with 102 having addresses listed outside of the city, according to numbers released by police on Sunday.

[…]

Kenosha Police said in a media release that the arrests were from people located in 44 cities, although authorities didn’t elaborate which states they came from. A total of 69 people were arrested for curfew violations.

Thirty-four were arrested for violating curfew. The charges ranged from carrying concealed weapons, burglary and possession of controlled substances, police said. More than 20 firearms were seized. At least three vehicles were towed and all were related to “active criminal investigations.”

Kenosha police had arrested nine people traveling in vehicles with out-of-state license plates last Wednesday on suspicion of criminal conduct, according to a report.

Inside the vehicles, officers found fireworks, helmets, gas masks, protective vests, and suspected controlled substances, police said.

16 Responses to Kenosha Police Release Some Details of Arrests

  1. jjf says:

    Dad29, can you diagnose Owen’s SuPeRNaTUrAL ability to discern the political nature of those arrested?

  2. Mark Hoefert says:

    Seeing this, have to laugh at the attempts to create the narrative about a 17-year old white boy “crossing state lines” to act as a vigilante.  Sounds so sinister and scary.

    He is within walking distance of the state line – 1.4 miles. If he could fly like a crow it would be 1 mile. His residence is 20 miles from Kenosha. Not that undoable for a 17 year old to drive.  Hell, there are girls from West Bend that used to drive at that age to Six Flags Great America.  In Gurnee IL, 85 miles away. 10 miles across the WI state border.

    And it was not his first time in Kenosha County according to CCAP. 8/19 he was charged with two traffic violations. Occurred 8/4.

    What I find interesting is that his traffic charges list his race as Hispanic.

    His felony charges list him as Caucasian.

    You would think it should the other way, ala Elizabeth Warren.

     

  3. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    Left wing terrorists.

    Awful. Just awful.

     

  4. jjf says:

    Mark, the “you’re not from around here, are you?” slur is quite common in politics.  Donors, protesters, voters…  Remember when Walker claimed 100,000 were brought in?

    We could wonder why he was there, but we all know the answer…  he was there to mix it up with the other protesters.  Do you think he knew he was carrying illegally?

  5. Jason says:

    jjf, where did Owen divulge their political alignment.

  6. dad29 says:

    we all know the answer

    Jiffy knows.  He’s the re-incarnation of Karnak the Magnificent.

    I think it’s best if the rest of us simply wait for Jiffy the Magnificent/Omniscient to reveal all the thoughts of Kyle.  He might even help the D.A. down there by revealing them to that office, saving all the time and trouble of depositions, cross-examinations, evidence, proof, (etc.)

  7. dad29 says:

    As to ‘out-of-towners’, Jessica McBride’s news outlet ran a story today.  She interviewed a resident of the Uptown area who saw a number of people (7-8) using walkie-talkies and being directed down a street, after which that street hosted a bunch of fires.  The interviewee says he never saw any of those people before, and he’d lived in the area for 30 years.

    Separately, the Epoch Times noticed the banners of a Midwestern Maoist organization; likely those people came from UW-M, Chicago, or Oshkosh, where that org. has chapters.

    Let’s hope that the US Attorney for E District finds some interstate travel for purposes of insurrection or domestic terrorism among that group of arrestees!

  8. MjM says:

    “Inside the vehicles, officers found fireworks, helmets, gas masks, protective vests, and suspected controlled substances, police said.”

    Odd. They forgot to mention the gas cans.

  9. Mar says:

    Ah, Dad, you brought fond memories of Carnac.
    https://youtu.be/76wzA2A2T1Q

  10. Kevin Scheunemann says:

    nord, are you denouncing these left wing terrorists?

    Or crickets again?

  11. Le Roi du Nord says:

    No crickets, k. If you had a memory longer than trumps, you would recall my position on enforcing the laws . But because acknowledging my position wouldn’t fit in your nonsensical conspiracy theory, you repeated forget.

  12. jjf says:

    The interviewee says he never saw any of those people before, and he’d lived in the area for 30 years.

    Oh noes!  The dreaded “You’re Not From Around Here”!

    One minute it’s OK that Kyle came from Illinois, the next it’s the Outside Agitators Probably Commies!

  13. jjf says:

    Trucks full of agitators, indeed!

    I have no idea how the police could interpret water, Gatorade, bags of chips and fire extinguishers as a threat. And the fact that even after seeing all of that they confiscated it and continued to proceed to arrest the driver and passenger is absolutely beyond me,” said Rev. Jonah Overton.

  14. jjf says:

    For anyone under fifty:

    Carnac’s final appearance on The Tonight Show occurred on February 19, 1992.

  15. Jason says:

    >I have no idea how the police could interpret water, Gatorade, bags of chips and fire extinguishers as a threat. And the fact that even after seeing all of that they confiscated it and continued to proceed to arrest the driver and passenger is absolutely beyond me,” said Rev. Jonah Overton.

    I have no idea how the driver and passenger of the minivan could interpret the multiple commands of the police officers to unlock the doors, and exit the vehicle as a request to get out.   I suppose the good Reverend just accidentally forgot to mention the illegal fireworks… which are needed to run a soup kitchen – everyone knows that.

    I thought you were against Kyle being in Kenosha due to being out of state.  Where were these people from again jjf?   Was their state of origin closer or further than IL?  You were very vocal about Kyle not being a WI resident a week ago.  Facts are facts you ugly little person.

  16. jjf says:

    Jason, if you’re arguing facts, I think your beef is with either WKOW or the Kenosha law enforcement that stopped them.

    As always, show your work.  I was vocal about what?  Links, please.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.