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Bloomfield man faces heroin, weapon charges

April 05, 2012
ELKHORN — The Milwaukee County Bomb Squad was called to a trailer on Hafs Road after police found what they believe to be an improvised explosive device in the home of an alleged heroin dealer. The Walworth County District Attorney's Office has filed eight criminal charges against Malik D. Iseini, 33, N1985 Hafs Road. Malik faces three counts of delivering heroin and one count of possession of heroin with intent to deliver. All of these charges have been elevated to second and subsequent offense and repeater status.
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Boy faces charges after stabbing

April 05, 2012
ELKHORN — A 17-year-old Elkhorn boy faces criminal charges after allegedly stabbing a 29-year-old man during a gang fight behind Jackson Elementary School. Alfredo Emilio Villarreal, 427 East Geneva St., has been charged with felony first-degree reckless endangerment, use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted, Villarreal faces up to 12-1/2 years imprisonment and $25,000 in fines. Three other men also face criminal charges as a result of the fight.
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Man faces charges for crashing into squad car

April 05, 2012
ELKHORN — A 25-year-old Jefferson man faces a felony charge after he allegedly crashed into a Whitewater police officer's squad car while driving drunk. Nicholas D. Rasmussen, 201 S. Copeland Ave., has been charged with felony hit and run causing injury and misdemeanor operating while intoxicated causing injury, first-offense. If convicted of both counts, Rasmussen faces up to one year and nine months imprisonment and $12,000 in fines.
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