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Wisconsin man faces charges after trying to buy a car

Sometimes a local newspaper article may make a small crime appear larger than it really is. This is often because the article's primary source is a law enforcement officer, a detective or a press release from the police department. That may be the case with an instance of alleged identity theft that took place in Oregon recently, leading to the arrest of a Wisconsin man.

Wisconsin man faces criminal charges

A Wisconsin man was arrested on criminal charges, including bribery and drug possession, in Chicago after police pulled him over for driving without headlights at 1 a.m. Police claim they noticed an open beer can in the cup holder of the center console and ordered him to have a sobriety test. They also spotted a gun on his driver's seat, a small bag of marijuana and cash.

Several face criminal charges in Wisconsin for hiding a corpse

Another person has been brought up on serious criminal charges following the discovery of an adult man's corpse near Red Cloud Park in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The details behind the discovery of the body have revealed a web of drug use and a conspiracy to avoid criminal charges. Now, a 59-year-old man has been arrested in connection with hiding the corpse and police are still seeking another suspect.

More theft charges for Wisconsin woman

In difficult economic times when unemployment rates are high, people may be tempted to find alternative ways to obtain money, including theft. However, allegations of this nature are not taken lightly by Wisconsin courts. One woman from Mequon, Wisconsin, is experiencing this firsthand after being charged with theft in two counties.

Wisconsin man could face 24 years in prison for drunk driving

Consuming alcohol affects each person differently. Unfortunately, the affect alcohol can have on the body can turn a well-intended drive into an unfortunate situation. Just one extra drink can lead to a DUI arrest. A Wisconsin man is currently facing charges for driving under the influence following an accident with a police patrol car.

Man accused of sex offense in Wisconsin

Being accused of a sex offense can be a traumatic experience. This is especially true if you were a previously convicted sex offender, wanting to move on with your life. The social stigma associated with the earlier sex offense conviction can seem like it turns everyone from your side.

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