The four were arrested Monday morning following a seven-month investigation into the death of Richard B. Bubb Jr., said Fond du Lac County Sheriff Mick Fink during a Monday afternoon press conference.
They are Michael T. Resop, 35, of 244 E. First St.; Candace K. Schraven, 24, of 322 Ellis St.; Erin K. Gill, 24, of Campbellsport; and Veronica Sargent, 26, of Campbellsport. They have been charged with first-degree reckless homicide-party to a crime and delivery of narcotics.
Pillars of the community! I don’t have a problem with them being charged with reckless homicide. I’m curious how they can be, unless they force fed the pills to her. He made a choice to take them. But like I said, I do NOT have a problem.
Gov. Phil Bredesen, who was at one time leery of giving up that power, signaled his support Monday for a plan to prevent Tennessee officials from suspending the sale or transport of guns during a Hurricane Katrina-like emergency.
Terry Holmes, who teaches a state gun-permitting class, says disasters that stretch law enforcement thin are precisely the time when law-abiding citizens need their weapons.
Sounds like a win for Tennessee gun owners to me! I’ll be starting my classes as soon as we get settled. I already have a gun picked out! 🙂
“We had a project to treat sewage in north Gaza, it was worked on for two years,” Kawash said. “We built a pressure pipe line and pumping station,” he added. “But it was stopped after … troubles began.”
Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum blamed the “sanctions against Palestinians, including Gaza and the West Bank” for the condition of Gaza’s infrastructure.
Yep, it’s everybody elses fault. Instead of using their resources for little things, like sewage treatment, they’d rather fight with each other, and watch their people die. They might want to consider behaving like a sovereign nation if they ever expect to become one. A little capitalism could go a long way.
The president of the Farmers Branch chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens may face charges for taking down political signs supporting a proposal to crack down on illegal immigration.
The spat comes less than two months before voters decide on whether to ban illegal immigrants from renting in the city.
I wonder if they’ll have to show proof they are legal to vote?
Wisconsin college students grappling with the cost of tuition, housing and textbooks now are digging deeper into their pockets for another expense: birth control.
A change in federal policy has eliminated price breaks for many university student health centers, driving the cost of some birth-control products from less than $10 a month to $50 or more.
Pssst! Got a sure fire way to prevent pregnancy. It’s called abstinence, and it’s absolutely FREE! 🙂
An appeals court on Tuesday overturned a ruling that France’s state railway network should compensate the family of World War II deportees.
The original ruling last June had been the first of its kind. The administrative court in Toulouse had ordered the state and the SNCF rail authority to pay €62,000 (US$82,000) for their role in World War II deportations.
I’m curious what their reasoning was for overturning the decision. I see no problem with compensating the families of those who were forcibly deported from their homes. Oh, wait a minutes, it was just the Jews, right? Well, I guess that makes it ok then, doesn’t it. PFFFFT!
Desperate mothers are being urged to drop their unwanted babies through hatches at hospitals in an effort to halt a spate of infanticides that has shocked Germany.
At least 23 babies have been killed so far this year, many of them beaten to death or strangled by their mothers before being dumped on wasteland and in dustbins.
How civilized! grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
David Hicks pleaded guilty to a terrorism charge only to escape five years of “hell” at Guantanamo Bay, his father says.
The Adelaide-born man could be back in Australia by the end of the year after his shock decision to plead guilty to providing material support for terrorism.
Shouldn’t he be spending more time in prison, like say, the rest of his bloomin’ life? He wanted to kill people….innocent people, Australians included.