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Sheriff News Releases
Dispatch received several calls from motorists saying they had been struck by a black Toyota on I-41 northbound near Mayfair Road.
Deputies serving court documents at a Milwaukee residence discovered two young children, ages three and eight, alone and wearing only t-shirts.
The body recovered from the river near 506 S. Water Street by the Milwaukee Police Department and Milwaukee Fire Department was identified as the man who was suspected of jumping off the bridge in January.
Acting Sheriff Richard Schmidt said, “The quick response by deputies helped save another overdose death in the out-of-control opioid/heroin epidemic."
Sheriff Richard Schmidt said, “In the last quarter of 2017 I ordered the resurrection of the Truck Enforcement Unit. Our highly trained deputies are actively targeting trucks that jeopardize the safety of the motoring public."
Deputies responded to a two-car crash on I-43 northbound at Hampton Avenue in Glendale.
Acting Sheriff Richard Schmidt promised the public that he would render his disciplinary decisions by Friday, February 16.
The New Year’s Eve initiative focused on keeping the public safe from those who engage in the dangerous behavior of driving under the influence (DUI), speeding and reckless driving.
Deputies responded to a call from a witness about a car involved in a rollover crash on I-43 southbound just south of W. Silver Spring Drive.