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3 he's been deemed a sexually violent offender. so it's no surprise that people are fighting the release of terry olson into their community. community.it's got folks in both washington and fond du lac counties worried.cbs 58's april dvornay reports on how it all came to a head in court today. angry resident from eldorado fond du lac county came to a washington county courtroom today to send a messsage that terry olson should be released
the judge took notice.the judge called it intimadation. dozens of fond du lac county residents who drove to to washington county to fight the release of terry olson in el dorado.he's due for release after serving time for his convictions on 1st and second degree child sex assault. assault.:50 um im really glad we came. i know the judge put us as a community in our place but he also heard our real reason is that the procedure wasnt followed and he did acknowledge thatwashington county argued that restrictions on placement near children prevented them from taking olson. dhs said eldorado was an option based on the timing of his release.the judge questioned whether a law restricting placement applies to olson since he's being release in the same year it being release in to olson since he's placement applies to olson since he's being release in the same year it was passed. passed.cg in eric toney/fdl da526 so some of those placements they previously deemed as unsuitable may become suitable pkalcements in washington county.after nearly an hour of arguments, the judge said he needed to review the law further.he said
placements its previously suggested.he also let fond du lac know, olson could still be placed there.but he agreed the community should be given 60 days prior notice, which it had not received before. before.719 i wouldnt clal it a win. if we end up with another 980 palcement i dont think anyoen would call that a win. win.for now, olson remains in state custody. all parties have two weeks to gather their information.before antoher hearing on dec 22. 3 this isn't the first time the the town of to deal with the placement of a sex offender. about one year ago d-h-s wanted to place sex offender clint rhymes in the small town.but the town fought back and eventually the request to place rhymes in fond du lac county was withdrawn. 3 75-year-old dennis kirt is charged with sex assaulting two boys over the course of several years.one boy says he went to the defendant's house to move furniture when kirtbegan touching him.a second boy says he was also assaulted.according to the criminal complaint kirt would often have young boys over,
cigarettes while watching pornography. another cold day... and it's not going away anytime soon. chief meteorologist drew burgyone is here now getting us ready for more chilly temperatuers.... tonight: partly to mostly cloudy with soem flurries. lows in the teens with single digit wind chills.friday: variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs in the mid 20s wind: wnw 5-15 mph.rest of the week/weekend: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue into early sunday morning. right now it appears 3 to 5 inches will fall across the area. keep checking back for updates. another wave could provide another shot of snow sunday night into monday
five people shot, four fatally in a matter of hours overnight in milwaukee.including a couple.. killed as they slept. slept.neighbors near the home at appelton and florist say this is a rare burst of violence for the area.all the more chilling, the couple's children were in the home at the time.the couple had been there about a year and seemed friendly to many who take pride in their block. 37-46 "our neighborhood is sa neighbors know each other. we look out for each other. something like this has never happened in over 15 years over here." 3 neighbors say their next step is to try and help police catch the person or people responsible. 3 police are investigating two other deadly shootings.a 67-year old man who was found with a fatal gunshot wound after he crashed his car near 36th and thurston.there was also an attempted murder suicide overnight..near 52nd and green tree.a 32-year-old
police say the 34 year old man then turned the gun on himself. the city has recorded 130 homicides this year. compared with 140 last year. 30 years in prison for the final man convicted in the shooting death of 5-year-old layah peterson lawyers agree that say arlis gordon was the man who hatched a 2014 revenge plan... which ended up with 12 to 14 bullets in the wrong house.one of those bullets killed the girl as she sat on her gradfather's lap.gordon ap petersen's father didn't believe him. 45-59"i would like to give my condolences to the family and friends of laylah petersen." 1:10-1:16"and they say he has remorse... he doesn't have remorse... he has remorse for being caught... not for what he did." did." carl barrett, the second gunman, is serving 65 years in prison... and paul far, who drove them, is serving 5 months in prison. new tonight --a violent purse snatcher caught on camera. police say they need your help to get him off the streets.
milwaukee's south side back on november eighth.the video does give some clues to his identity.you see the man walking along oklahoma near the interstate.the attack happens just out of camera range on the top corner of your screen.he punched the woman and took off with her purse.he had a getaway car..a grey four door car. if you know who the man is... call milwaukee police. a burlington mother alerts a school district after seeing messages from her daughter about a "hit list".the 15-year-old and her 14-year old for conspiring to commit murder. murder.in the criminal complaint, the girl told police she thinks about people being slaughtered, eaten, and stabbed'.five classmates and the girl's father were on that list.and after hearing about the "hit list"... some students are getting counseling. "obviously it has impacted several students that are concerned and we have our guidance services available to them if they need to work through this matter" matter"
would actually kill her classmates.the girl and her boyfriend are under house arreset.they'll be in court next week. 3 a 39-year-old west bend man is accused of putting a video camera in a heating vent and taping his girlfriend's daughter.west bend police say the 20-year-old woman found the camera in her bedroom. police say the man had saved images of the woman undressing. president-elect donald trump is making his first stop in wisconsin since winning the ele. election.trump will be in west allis at state far park tuesday night at n. vice-president elect mike pence will join him.this is the day ?after? the deadline for completing wisconsin's recount of presidential votes. 47 of the state's 72 counties have completed the recount. today the state elections commission ?all? counties are on track to make the december 12th deadline. congresswoman gwen moore is requesting the department of justice investigate deaths at the milwaukee county jail this . year. in her letter to the d-o-j, moore lists four deaths...including that of an infant.she accuses milwaukee
constitutional obligations to our inmates". cbs 58 talked with congresswoman moore... and she criticizes sheriff david clarke for his response. "none of us should be stunned at this point that there are four deaths in six months given his flamboyant, arrogant and non-empathetic response to that. some of the families have said he has not even reached out to them, to say i'm sorry for your loss." loss." statement about moore's comments....he says...."gwen moore, criminals' best friend, should focus on reducing the 21 trillion dollar debt the country is facing, replacing obamacare, reducing taxes, closing the border and helping president trump jumpstart the economy to provide jobs." a mystery kris kringle has given the salvation army's red kettle campaign a much needed boost.cbs 58's evan kruegel on the magical find in waukesha
what had happened until monday morning - when they pulled a coin made of pure gold from their kettle... and tonight they want that donor to know just how much their gift means... (nat bell ringer)its a familiar sound for holiday shoppers - salvation army bell ringers taking donations outside this mukwonago walmart...but saturday night - the nickels and dimes that usually fall here (nat coin)... were something else standup: when they opened this kettle - they found something special - a 1978 kruggerand valued at over 1000 bucks :01:57it's a big surprise when we find those types of giftsmajor nelson de la verge says this happens every few years - but they never know when or where it will happen next. :it means a great deal. it really boosts morale with our bell ringers
we're that much closer to our goal the south african coin could fetch anywhere from 1100 to 1300 dollars - the big question tonight - ?who? dropped it?:02:38that is a good question because you never know. it's always dropped anonymously so we never really find out who it is whoever it was - major de la verge wants them to know how much their donation means :00:14 it's a big deal. and it's an even bigger deal this year because we're really needing the funds this year the salvation army is about $25,000 ?behind? where theyd like to be at this point. this donation certainly will help make up some ground reporting in mukwonago ekcbs58news. 3 the salvation army of milwaukee county needs your help.they're still in need of toy donations.... and voluntteers to help with bell ringing and toy distribution. thousands families will attend two distrubtion days... where they can pick out toys and
shopping... maybe you can pick up a small toy... something extra... you can give it to the salvation army and we'll give it to over 8-thousand families this year year the salvation army got a much needed donation for its annual christmas day 'family feast'. the forest county potawatomi foundation donated 5 thousand dollars for the meal. 3 a former packer... giving back to those in need...we'll take a peek into how donald driver is spending his retirement. 3 police passing out report your car safe from potential
it's nothing new to see packers favorite donald driver giving back to the community that loved watching him play. play.what is surprising is that it never seems to get old for him. and double d took some extra time to talk with cbs 58's kevin holden. 3 oc= "...1999 draft."runs= 1:39 kevin: how appropriate that packers hall of fame receiver donald driver spent the morning bringing in donations at goodwill and west allis and
and store workers. retired life is busy for driver - from appearances like these to special assignments next year. driver: are we donating? all right!kevin: this is a man who knows about braving the winter conditions in wisconsin. donald driver, instead of lambeau, you're at goodwill, and making some appearances. tell us about it.driver: it's amazing, amazing opportunity for me. you get to see what people do every single day, and that's donate items to an amazing cause, and today i got an opportunity to go out there and receive those items.(the brown box, too? yes. ok. straight back.)driver: normally, it's cold outside right now, especially taking those donations, i was out there freezing. i think i've been in texas too long. my blood has kind of thinned out a little bit. (i was freezing at first)kevin: the snow has been coming and that day sunday at lambeau was crazy. you miss playing in those conditions at all?driver: on sunday, i did. i was watching the game and i was like wow, i do miss that, you know but not all the time. just on game day. (here's your receipt man. oh, ok. oh, i like!)kevin: driver has at least two trips planned to wisconsin next year, and both involve halls of fame. he'll be going into the
and filling a special role at the wisconsin athletic hall of fame in april.driver: i'm going to be the true emcee. it'll be great to get to see one of my good friends, charles odson, go in as well as ron dayne, sherry and also bud selig.(thank you hon, appreciate it)kevin: driver takes the leap into the packers hall of fame july 22nd. not bad for a seventh round draft pick, the packers final selection in the 19-99 draft. the new milwaukee bucks arena openings... and there's a way you can work for them. them.the bucks and "skills smart" created a website where you can look for what they call "family supporting jobs" in the new arena district. construction jobs are an obvious opportunity right now....and not just with the bucks. "it's not only for this project. we're not guaranteeing that everyone on the site will get a job with the arena, but what this will do is it allows us to take all the data from all the people who have signed up and send them to different projects that are happening throughout
we've linked the new bucks jobs site to our website, cbs 58 dotcom.... just click on the 'news links' section. a pay raise could be coming to u-w faculty... if state lawmakers give the go ahead. the board of regents approved the raise unamiously..and will ask lawmakers for 78 million dollars to pay for it.system president ray cross says it's imperative to retain good faculty. 31-44ray cross/uw system president))) so this is an important request we are putting forward to the governor and the and i think that's invaluable if you think about it in terms of keeping us competitive 3 the board also approved raising out-of-state and graduate tuition.for three schools in particular, stout, lacrosse and uw- milwaukee this will be the third time that tuition has gone up recently. parts of northern wisconsin are seeing heavy snowfall.... snowfall.... the snow started early this morning in the northwoods.vilas county is the hardest hit... but business owners are excited about the snow...saying they're ready
3 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy with soem flurries. lows in the teens with single digit lows in the teens with soem flurries. mostly cloudy tonight: partly to 3 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy with soem flurries. lows in the teens with single digit wind chills.friday: variably flurries possible during the day. highs in the mid 20s with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 5-15 mph.rest of the week/weekend: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue into early sunday morning. right
will fall across the area. keep checking back for updates. another wave could provide another shot of snow sunday night into monday morning. 3 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy with soem flurries. lows in the teens with single digit variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs in the mid 20s with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 5-15 mph.rest of the week/weekend: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue into
it'll feature 25-foot led screens plus upgrades to the sound system and back stage area.renovations are expected to start after summerfest 2017... and finish by the next year. 3 a new high rise is coming to the milwaukee skyline.bmo haris bank plans to built a 25- story building near its current 20-story tower on water street.bank executives hope to have the 137 million dollar tower completed in about three years.then renovate the old building for new tenants. if you see a pink slip of paper on your car in st francis... it's not a ticket... but a "report card". card".today cbs 58 rode along with a st. francis police officer who was passing out "theft report cards". officers look through parked car windows to see if the driver has left anything of 'value that's visible.' if not, the driver gets a report card with a passing grade.... but not ?all? the cars passed inspection. "so this car has a cd sticking out and a charging cord. just
idea like maybe there is something else in the glove box or console that goes with that charging cord." cord." you're not penalized for getting a failing grade... but the report card does offer tips on keeping your car safe from break-ins. if you ?pass?, you can be entered in a monthly drawing for prizes like gift cards. cold weather didn't stop we energies volunteers from picking up the power tools. tools.they're helping habitat for humanity build a home on milwaukee's north side.the former drug house was foreclosed on and purchased by habitat.we energies says its in this neighborhood often and wanted to help out. "i actually grew up a block away from here so it's nice to come back and reinvest in the community i grew up in and we energies has several service locations in the area too so why not come back and reinvest in the area we're working in as well." well." about twenty volunteers helped out with today's build. the father of the family that will be moving into the home was also there to lend a hand. beer lovers... a new brewery is its doors so you can see
brews.7:28:37-45we want to get a chance to open our space.. show people a little bit behind the scenes and see what makes us tick, what makes us unique7:26:48-53bringing some different flavors that maybe haven't been brewed here in the past past third space brewing, located in the menominee valley, just opened in september.it will start offering tours this weekend.tours are 10 dollars... which include a pint glass and two beers. 3 cold-weather birds taking a trip to the north pole to visit santa's workshop... and it looks like they stole some of his clothes!we'll have more
the packers getting both julius peppers and clay matthews back at practice today... but while t.j. lang is also participating, he just hopes to get back on the field. field.his status still in air after missing the last three games with a broken foot... the first time he's missed consutive games since 2011. coach mike mccarthy says they're not just missing his blocking on the field. if you look at the way he operates as a professional but it's the little thing he does. he's an advocate in the classroom but particularly the offensive line room. quoting tj, he wants to make sure the offensive line position is
donald driver dropped by the goodwill in west allis today to take donations, sign some autographs... and of course, to talk about the green bay packers. just like the rest of us, driver has watched the pack struggle at times this season, but check this out... driver compares the 20-16 packers to the super bowl winners from six years ago. 3 3 driver: i think they control their own destiny. i remember back in 2010, we controlled our own destiny. we had to win two games out to make the postseason. we had to beat the giants and we had to beat the bears, so we did that. they now that they have to win, and if they win that then they're division champs. and when you're division champs, you're in the postseason. junior offensive tackle ryan ramczyk named to the walter camp all-american team. this comes after the stevens point transfer was named a conensus all-big ten offensive lineman. he started all 13 games for wisconsin this year and was also named a sports illustrated and usa today all- american.
year's loss to marquette. wisconsin won two straight against the golden eagles before losing at the kohl center. it'll get no easier with the game in downtown milwaukee saturday but senior bronson koenig says the badgers are a better team than they were at this point a year ago. we didn't really have an idenity at that time. we held the ball a lot we did a lot of one-on-one, we didn't move the bal so i think we'll be much better this time around.
even animals are getting into the holiday spirit!these cute penguins waddled through a park in japan dressed as santa claus.park employees take them on daily walks... so the public can enjoy the cuteness and take pictures of santa's helpers. 3 a couple of animals were having quite the snow day! these river otters live at the oregon zoo in portland... freezing temperatures and snow. and the zoo's polar bear was loving the weather... she even had an inflatable tube to make it even more fun! 3 and these ice castle builders don't mind the snow and cold weather either.crews are finally able to start making ice for an ice castle along the st croix river in stillwater, minnesota.to build the castles, they grow giant icicles... using the ice and some water like bricks and mortar.crews hope to have the
3 3 tonight: partly to mostly cloudy with soem flurries. lows in the teens with single digit wind chills.friday: variably cloudy with stray flurries possible during the day. highs in the mid 20s with wind chills in the teens. wind: wnw 5-15 mph.rest of the week/weekend: dry and chilly with low 20s friday. saturday night into sunday could provide the chance for snow, and this could continue into early sunday morning. right now it appears 3 to 5 inches will fall across the area. keep checking back for updates. another wave could provide another shot of snow sunday night into monday morning. we'll have a lot more on the cbs 58 morning news from 4:30 to 7 a-m
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