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10. 10p open only on fox six. they thought it was a clever crime, but three suspects are caught red handed. they were arrested after police say they stole thousand of dollars worth of merchandise from the oak creek meijer. but it's how they did it--they has people surprised. ashley sears is here to explain. police believe they may been stealing from several stores. their weapons of choice--scissors and a roll of tape. nats at the meijer store in oak
issue- but last week-- 05:37 that's just crazy. three people were stopped--before they could ever leave the store. 06:11 i'm glad that they caught them. very good. stacy harvey, yolanda holmes and bernesha thompson are accused of stealing thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. according to a criminal complaint-- meijer employees had been keeping an eye on the suspects. surveillance showed e large box items--like a grill and a vacuum cleaner. removing them from the boxes and replacing them with more expensive merchandise. customers are surprised by the bold crime. 05:27 i'm wondering how nobody else saw a great big huge box getting cut open and people putting things inside. the three suspects were stopped by police who say they found scissors and tape in harvey's pocket. when they opened up the boxes authorities say they found more than
a clever crime halted by authorities. 05:10 it's kind of sad that it is happening because that just trickles down to the rest of us. a search warrant reveals the oak creek store may have not been their only target. investigators believe they may be connected to thefts at several other meijer stores in illinois. stephanie? a dramatic scene at a kenosha bank this morning. a man walked in -- and what happened next -- led to the bomb squad being called... we were the only television station there as the bomb squad detonated a suspicious device. it happened at the johnson bank. we're told: the robbery suspect gave the teller a note saying there was a bomb and wanted one million dollars. after a few hours -- police ordered him to take off his clothing to make sure he was not armed with a bomb. no one was injured during
now to a fox six exclusive. a milwaukee man is in handcuffs after police say he was trying to impersonate a police officer. fox6's angelica sanchez joins us live outside milwaukee police district three with more angelica . ben and stephanie--- experts say there are ways to tell an officer from an impersonator. we're told this incident happened in broad daylight near the corner of near 17th and west highland avenue. one feeling uneasy. "impersonating is not a joke especially an authority like that." mahogani cheeks works at highland community school. she's been a member of this community for more than 20 years. she's concerned a man was attempting to impersonate a police officer in her neighborhood. "i'm going to stress the fact that a school is there. that makes it that more unsettling for me as a parent and staff member." according to milwaukee police-- on thursday at 2:45 in the afternoon a 40- year-old
a passing driver to pull over. police have yet to say what happened next. the suspect is now in police custody. a source with fox 6 tells us he was wearing a police like uniform and his car was similar to an unmarked squad car. criminal justice expert brian dorow says incidents like this are rare but there are ways to distinguish a police impersonator. "as a rule of thumb... there's a very slim chance that an unmarked squad will ever pull somebody over for a traffic stop." dorow says in the slim chance this does happen a uniform and look for a badge. they should be able to show you an id that matches their badge number. he says a civilian has the right to request an id and the right to call authorities to report suspicion of a possible impersonator. "most departments have a protocol of some kind that when some type of police interaction is going to take place they will have a marked vehicle make initial contact... that's also for officers safety as well."
incident. "it's an uneasy feeling that anybody can just abuse that authority." we're told this case will be presented to the milwaukee district attorney in the coming days. reporting live outside milwaukee police district 3 i'm angelica sanchez fox6 news. the woman convicted of killing two men in a crash last december is sentenced to 15 years in prison... 24-year-old jasmine ray pleaded guilty to two counts of of with use of a controlled substance. last december -- she crashed a stolen car into another vehicle and fled the scene. 59-year-old darrell thompson and 57- year-old terry jackson were both killed. today in court -- ray expressed her remorse to their families. you decide coverage now. vice president joe biden was in madison to campaign for hillary clinton. but he spent just as much time on wisconsin's dead-heat u-s senate race. political reporter theo
today. biden and feingold embracejoe biden hugged russ feingold -- and then ripped into his opponent, republican u-s senator ron johnson. this guy doesnt even want to raise the minimum wage, he doesnt think there should be a federal minimum wage it's clear why biden spent so much time on johnson. polls show wisconsin's u-s senate race is much tighter than the presidential here. johnson has embraced donald at a rally in eau claire together this week. senator johnson introduced mr. trump at an event they jointly did and he referred to them as the ronald and donald show. well folks, given a choice, ill take ronald mcdonald feingold, who has watched his double-digit lead evaporate, echoed the criticism of johnson.
says more than 12-hundred people showed up. less than a mile from the university of wisconsin campus biden embraced reducing the cost of college and increasing the minimum wage. he saved some criticism for trump. he is thoroughly unprepared and unqualified to be commander in chief of the united states of america republicans said biden's visit was like democrats hitting the panic button, now that feingold's race with ron johnson is getting closer. in madison, theo keith, fox6 news. today with hour speaker paul ryan in mosinee. a power outage caused some problems shortly before the event began... an associated press reporter tweeting this picture this morning... you can see -- well, not much inside the venue.-- because of the outage... so instead -- they moved the event outside... where ryan made a pitch for johnson -- while johnson himself focused on russ feingold. "i'm up to over 150,000 miles driving myself around the state so we'll keep doing that. we just come out here and we just tell wisconsinites the truth. the fact that senator feingold
phony about so many different issues, has no record of accomplishment versus myself." donald trump will be here on sunday -- holding a rally at the state fair grounds in west allis. we're told-- he's going to stick around and watch the packers game with supporters. his running mate mike pence will be in mukwonago tomorrow -- appearing with paul ryan and ron johnson. nominee tim kaine will also be in wisconsin on sunday. he has scheduled stops in milwaukee, green bay and la crosse. hillary clinton -- meanwhile -- hasn't been to the badger state since the primary election. today -- she was in pittsburgh and detroit. from early voting to campaign rallies, polls and more. keep track of it all when you visit fox6 now dot com or the fox6 news app. just click the politics tab. and remember -- fox6 is the station to watch on election night. we will bring you expert
night on november 8th and here on wakeup the next morning. a fantastic weekend on tap. stephanie barichello will be up next with her forecast. plus. wake up, fire alarm is going off kid is screaming his head off, a little boy -- lucky to be alive after fire spreads through the apartment where he lives. investigators say -- it was no accident. responsible. and later -- we're in
the thick of the high school football playoffs. we'll tell you who's going on -- and who's moving one step
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home. police are now looking for the person responsible. dominick wright has been at children's hospital since early sunday morning...after he was rescued from the home. he received second and third degree burns from his feet to upper thighs on both legs. anyone with information is asked to come forward. a 5-thousand dollar reward is being offered in the case. campaign is officially underway. community leaders, volunteers and donors came out this morning to the milwaukee public market....as the first bells of the holiday season were rung. our very own tom pipines was there to help kick things off. "tinker" the bell-ringing horse also made a special appearance. this year's red kettle campaign
weather clear skies this evening with temperatures gradually falling through the 50s. overnight lows will dip into the low 40s. some may see patchy fog tomorrow morning then expect another mostly sunny day with high temperatures in the middl into sunday then slightly cooler on monday with increasing clouds late. showers are possible monday night into early tuesday then more sun and above average warmth. tonight: clear with areas of fog possible.
saturday: mostly sunny and warm. high: 67 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warm. am low: 45 high: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. few showers possible at night. am low: 45 high: 63 wind: sw 5-10 mph e 48 high: 60 wind: sw- nw 5-10 mphwednesday:most ly sunny. am low: 46 high: 58 wind: e 5-10 mph thursday: mostly sunny. am low: 46 high: 60 wind: w 5-10 mph clear skies this evening with
will dip into the low 40s. some may see patchy fog tomorrow morning then expect another mostly sunny day with high temperatures in the middle 60s. similar conditions will linger into sunday then slightly cooler on monday with increasing clouds late. showers are possible monday more sun and above average warmth. tonight: clear with areas of fog possible. low: 43 wind: wsw 5-10 mph saturday: mostly sunny and warm. high: 67 wind: wsw 5-10 mph sunday: mostly sunny and warm. am low: 45 high: 67 wind: sw 5-10 mph monday: mostly sunny. few showers possible at night. am low: 45
defense is looking at the colts receivers who will be catching balls from andrew luck. tonight tim van vooren focuses on that aspect of sunday's game from lambeau field. "last week is last week. that's the way you have to get through and nfl football season and as a defensive back that's the way you have to survive in the nfl. because last week the packers went up against julio jones, a big tall wide receiver leading the falcons core. this week a bunch of young, fast guys for the colts." "oh man, you just keep being told you want to keep everything in front of you and make a play on the ball." a little bit different, that's about it. you know you have to have a little techniques here and there for your game. with julio, since he was a big receiver, you have to be more physical. with the quicker guys you kind of have to move your feet a little bit faster and do things a little bit quicker and cleaner." "you gotta respect them. you gotta respect the speed. they got someone in luck at quarterback that can make any throw so you gotta be able to prepare for any type of route, any type of all over the field. you know, they can stretch the field." "it's the relatively rare visit for the colts they haven't been
they get here they'll play in front of the 323rd straight sell out at lambeau field. inside lambeau field, tim van vooren, fox six sports." it's an early wake up call for the badgers tomorrow as they will face northwestern in evanston at 11 am. for them, the time isn't the concern, it's getting past the wildcats in a place that the badgers have struggled since 1999. "they're a stout defense and around especially towards this part of the season. so they're really starting to hit their stride. we got to beat them. we gotta attack them the same way we attack everybody else." the bucks are enjoying a night off after beating up on indiana, 125-107 last night. tomorrow, they'll host the kings at the bradley center as they go for a 3rd straight win. "i think one thing that we feel that we're getting better. we
whole, we're getting better stretches where we can go 3 or 4 minutes holding a team scoreless. and so hopefully we can build on that." next up, we've reached the quarterfinals and that means it's the elite 8 in every division of high school football. don't go anywhere because when we come back, we'll have the quarterfinals of the state playoffs on the high school blitz. "we're the lake geneva badger high
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now we're into the elite level of high school football. level 3, meaning the elite 8 in every division which means a win tonight puts a team into the final four and a step away from the championship game in madison. welcome to the 12th edition of the high school blitz . we start with a city divided, brookfield. brookfield central hosting brookfield east in division 2. it's east early as sam santiago lloyd scores from 15 yards out. then 2nd quarter, this time from 2 yards out to make it 14 to nothing. have a night sam santiago lloyd, this is his 3rd score in the 4th quarter to put the spartans up by 3 touchdowns. and east will advance to the semifinals in division 2 with the 21 to nothing win. "it feels amazing the first time we played them i was really just trying to fight it fight it we take that hard loss and i just knew in the back of
now and it just felt really good. it feels amazing honestly words can't describe the feeling right now just want to go celebrate with the guys." also in division 2, homestead hosting whitefish bay and after the blue dukes lose a fumble on the opening drive, homestead capitalizes, eric zoeller finds ryan baranko for the score, 7-0 highlanders. but the visitors respond on the ensuing drive when cade garcia pump fakes and then dumps the ball to michael kirkendoll junior who does the the see-saw battle continues as zoeller answers with the perfect ball to matthew hartlieb for another score. 13-7 homestead after a missed 2 point conversion. in the end, homestead moves on with the 27 to 24 win. staying in division 2, monona grove was at waukesha west. opening series for the silver eagles and alec ogden connectws with
strike, 7-0 monona grove. but the wolverines have an offense that can deliver big too, peter maccudden rumbles 69 yards tying the game. and this one went to overtime where monona grove ended up winning 43 to 42. that brings us to division one where you decided tom pipines needed to be on hand. badger hosting middleton is our high school blitz game of the week.
badger will face franklin for the chance to go to state. moving on to division 3 where the crusaders from catholic memorial were looking to get a step closer to a return to madison. but they'd have to go through kewaskum on a somewhat neutral field at waukesha south. the indians bring their armadillo mascot, but it's the crusaders showing up with points. up 28-0, they're looking for more. but daniel kries makes the great diving interception to keep catholic the crusaders answer with a turnover of their own as eric fridl makes the acrobatic take away here. then it's the indians turn to take the ball away again as brady hanson steps in front of another potential scoring pass. the crusaders answer with yet another pick, mick oechsner takes it back to the house, giving his coach, bill young, a happy 61st birthday. as the crusaders move on with the 35 to 7 win. "it was a complete victory. we were really solid on all three phases
you got to keep getting better. learn some things about being dialed in after last weeks game. we played a really good solid game tonight." and in division 6, ozaukee hit the road as they were at st. mary's springs in fond du lac. first quarter, ledgers go ahead and never look back... clay shayfner he's hard to find on the field and hard to tackle... and the gets the long touchdown run. ozaukee looking for a spark on a punt return by springs, they fumble and the indian's blake west falls on it. but end with the 37-14 loss. if you'd like to see the highlights again, or again and again, just head to our website fox 6 now dot com slash sports. thanks for staying up with us on the high school blitz. we'll see you next week for the final four edition. coming up next, more news with four edition. coming up next, more news with hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady
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