Criminal complaints: 20-22 Dec. | Crime and courts

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20-22 Dec.

This list is not understandable. The municipalities are listed as they appear on the criminal complaint. Suspects are presumed innocent until proven guilty by a court. To view photos of the accused, visit journaltimes.com/gallery. Additional information on complaints can be found at: journaltimes.com/news/local/crime-and-courts.

Paul E. Braun Jr., 2000 block from 90th Street, Sturtevant, possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine, felony on bail, hit and run on bail, maintaining a drug trafficking site, possession of cocaine, possession of related props to drugs.

Lloyd D. Brooks, 1600 block from Douglas Avenue, Racine, Crime Battery (Domestic Violence Assessments), Disorderly Driving (Domestic Violence Assessments).

William J. Butler, 1900 West Boulevard block, Racine, possession of THC, obstructing an agent, possession with intent to deliver cocaine (between 5-15 grams, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance on or near a public swimming pool ), possession of narcotics, maintaining a place of drug trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia.

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Perry (aka Allan Lott) Carothers Sr., 1200 block from Schiller Street, Racine, disorderly conduct, hit and run on bail, knowingly violating domestic violence injunction.

Sara R. Domogalla, block 2100 of 90th avenue, Sturtevant, possession of methamphetamine, hit and run on bail, maintaining a drug trafficking site, possession of cocaine, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Shahzaadee A. Ellis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, carrying a concealed weapon.

Shiquisha M. Hampton, 6600 block of 24th Avenue, Kenosha, bodily harm to law enforcement officer, driving a motor vehicle under the influence (3rd offense, general alcohol booster), resistance to an agent, possession of drug accessories, hit and run (monitored vehicle), jumping on bail.

Alphonse D. Hansbrough, 1600 block from 16th Street, Racine, criminal offense (domestic violence ratings, reiteration of domestic violence for felony), disorderly conduct (ratings of domestic violence, reiteration of domestic violence for felony), misdemeanor theft (ratings of domestic violence).

Darrell C. Hoaglan, West Allis, Wisconsin, Operation of motor vehicle while dismissed, failure to install ignition interlock, misdemeanor jumping on bail.

Christophe M. Mantes, 2200 block from Ashland Avenue, Racine, threat to law enforcement officer, resistance to officer, criminal damage to property (domestic violence assessments), disorderly conduct (domestic violence assessments).

Ian Thomas William Mozee, 100 block from Steeplechase Drive, Racine, criminal possession of a gun (mandatory minimum gun enhancer), reckless second degree endangerment (mandatory minimum gun enhancer), possession with intent to deliver / distribute / manufacture THC (less than or equal to 200 grams), possession with intent to deliver narcotics, possession with intent to deliver cocaine (between 1 and 5 grams), carrying a concealed weapon (compulsory minimum improvement firearm), pointing one firearm at another (compulsory minimum improvement firearm), disorderly conduct (use of a dangerous weapon, compulsory light with minimum booster).

Damon D. Muhammad Jr., block 5400 of Byrd Avenue, Racine, arson of building, criminal damage to property, criminal trespass, disorderly conduct (domestic violence assessments).

Jacob J. Parkhill, 2400 block from Illinois Street, Racine, jail time for misdemeanor (domestic violence assessments).

Angelo F. Pattalio, 1800 block of Wind Dale Drive, Racine, Misdemeanor Battery (Domestic Violence Assessments), Child Physical Abuse, Disorderly Conduct (Domestic Violence Assessments), Misdemeanor Bail.

Chase Pissard, 7900 block 39th ave, Kenosha, disorderly driving, felony bail.

Xavier J. Rockette, 3700 block of Washington Avenue, Racine, possession of THC.

Dwight D. Rouse, 4400 block of Kennedy Drive, Racine, obstructing an officer.

Michael john sekey, 100 block from Capital Street, Burlington, second degree sexual assault on child under 16.

Isaiah M. Smith, 1200 block of rue Marquette, Racine, concealment of stolen goods (less than $ 2,500), jumping on bail for felony.

Mariah S. Snowden, 1300 Block 56th Street, Kenosha, possession with intent to deliver narcotics, possession with intent to deliver cocaine (between 1 and 5 grams), possession with intent to deliver / distribute / manufacture THC (less than or equal to 200 grams), carrying a concealed weapon, disorderly conduct.

Demarion B. Tucker, 5600 block of Byrd Avenue, Racine, possession with intent to deliver / distribute / manufacture THC (less than or equal to 200 grams), carrying concealed weapon.

Joseph G. Vasquez, 2600 block from Johnson Road, Kenosha, possession with intent to deliver / distribute / manufacture THC (less than or equal to 200 grams), battery misdemeanor, disorderly conduct.

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