Week in Review: Jan 6 - 12

A plenty busy week in the rearview, as court and police files highlight some of the less desirable behavior around town, and city news includes a longtime business involved in controversy

In a word, Muskego was quite 'newsy' this past week, and not always in the right ways.

A perusal of the police logs revealed an armed man who was involved in a road rage incident. Court records also uncovered a case sexual assault, where a 20-year-old Mukwonago man will face charges of sexual assault of a 12-year-old Muskego girl.

An older case that just has come to the court in Milwaukee county features a Muskego woman charged with her 4th OWI stemming from a 2011 incident.

However, there was good news to be had as well, as a 4-year-old case was finally broken and a bank robbery at the Citizens Bank of Mukwonago has a suspect. Muskego Police also made arrests in a vehicle break in, but got more than they bargained for in property, and figure some of it could be yours.

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However, another burglary had others upset, as family-owned Muskego Beer and Liquor sustained damage to a door as thieves took cases of top shelf liquor.

From city meetings, Schultz Resort Rod and Gun Club was itself the target of angry homeowners who fear that stray bullets will eventually create a tragedy. In addition, the council members decided a fireworks referendum should wait, opting to try out a revised ordinance for permit holders.

Across the parking lot from City Hall, the Police Department itself is news for the recent retirement of Chief Paul Geiszler, naming of new chief Craig Moser, and other promotions in the department. Catch up here.

In the area, the biggest story of the week was the sudden closure of Golden Guernsey, and its ensuing bankruptcy filing. The plant supplied milk to hundreds of schools, however, we checked - Muskego-Norway wasn't on the list.

Have a great week ahead!


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