There's been no sign of Stephen Lombard since the evening of July 27, when he left his mother's home in Jackson.
State health data showing COVID activity high in nearly all Wisconsin counties — including here in Washington County — 800 cases total and 22 deaths since the pandemic began.
A Germantown police officer spoke with FOX6 News Monday, July 27 about his battle with COVID-19. Matt Schubert has been an officer in Germantown for more than 20 years, but in the last two weeks, he's gone from seemingly healthy and fit to seeing his body and mind wrestle with the disease -- a fight that's not over.
VILLAGE OF RICHFIELD -- Two dogs died in a house fire in the Village of Richfield Tuesday night, July 14.
JACKSON -- Emergency crews responded to a fire at an apartment building near Georgetown and Wilshire Drives in Jackson on Saturday, July 11.A captain with the Jackson Fire Department told FOX6 News that the department responded around just after 1:45 p.m. Once at the scene, heavy smoke was seen coming from the back of the building and a vehicle had become fully involved in the fire.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A 50-year-old Wausau man was pronounced dead after being pulled from Big Cedar Lake, authorities announced on Saturday, July 4.The Washington County Sheriff's Office was called to Big Cedar Lake just before 8 p.m. on Friday, July 3 for reports that the man dove into the lake and had not resurfaced.Sheriff's deputies, the Wisconsin State Patrol and other agencies responded to the address of the incident in the Town of West Bend.The man was found and brought out of the water, and life-saving efforts were attempted at the scene.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A 47-year-old Village of Slinger man and a 33-year-old Milwaukee man were federally indicted last week in United States District Court - Eastern District of Wisconsin for conspiracy to deliver several controlled substances.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Authorities arrested a 31-year-old Milwaukee man in Washington County on Friday morning, June 26 after he allegedly fled from a traffic stop, drove the wrong way down I-41 and, ultimately, crashed.According to details released in a Facebook post, deputies with the Washington County Sheriff's Office stopped the driver on I-41 near Pioneer Road just after 1:30 a.m. for expired vehicle registration, a stop that "routinely" ends with a warning.The driver gave the deputy a false name.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A crash involving three vehicles closed I-41 northbound near the on-ramp from the US 45 split to WIS 60 West near Slinger on Sunday, June 21.
THERESA, Wis. -- The Washington County Sheriff's Office is investigating a semi-tractor crash that happened Monday afternoon, June 8 on Highway D west of I-41 near Theresa.
VILLAGE OF RICHFIELD, Wis. -- Washington County Sheriff deputies responded to a call of a suspicious device found in a mailbox near County Line Road and Colgate Road on Saturday, June 6 around 8 p.m.Deputies say the device initially appeared to be some type of improvised explosive device (IED) or possibly a homemade firework.
RICHFIELD -- Two people were hurt when an SUV and a skid loader collided in a near head-on crash in front of Scenic Pit in Richfield Wednesday afternoon, June 3.
RICHFIELD -- Officials with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, May 27 offered an update on a child enticement incident reported May 8 in Richfield -- indicating the victim "admitted to fabricating the story to authorities."Sheriff's officials said it was originally reported the girl was approached by a man near Whispering Ridge Drive and Scenic Drive who attempted to abduct her and then fled the area in a brown van.A weekslong investigation revealed "several inconsistencies in the juvenile’s story," officials said.She was confronted Wednesday at the sheriff's office and admitted "that at no time did a man approach her and attempt to abduct her."Officials said she indicated a man was walking down the road in her direction from a distance and that she believes she heard him say, “Come here.” She said that she became fearful and ran from the area.There is no credible threat in this case, sheriff's officials said, noting they are no longer looking for anyone or any vehicle in relation to this report."We take all reports seriously and dedicate all necessary resources to the pursuit of justice," sheriff's officials said in the release. "We received an almost overwhelming response from the community in this case and all leads were looked into.
RICHFIELD -- A 19-year-old man was flown to Froedtert Hospital following a crash on I-41 northbound near Holy Hill Road in Richfield Sunday night, May 24.It happened just after 8 p.m.Officials with the Washington County Sheriff's Office said dispatch was advised the 19-year-old Hartford man was unconscious in the vehicle, with a juvenile male passenger.Again, the Hartford man was flown to Froedtert Hospital by Flight for Life with head, arm and hip injuries.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Washington County sheriff's deputies arrested a 41-year-old Milwaukee man twice last week within a 24-hour period for a pair of operating while intoxicated offenses.
RICHFIELD, Wis. -- Washington County sheriff’s officials say they have recovered a significant number of stolen firearms during the execution of a residential search warrant late Tuesday night, May 12 in the Village of Richfield.
RICHFIELD -- The Washington County Sheriff's Office asked for public assistance in connection with a possible child enticement incident that happened in Richfield on Friday afternoon, May 8.Authorities said the interaction happened near Whispering Ridge Drive and Scenic Drive.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Washington County sheriff's officials on Monday, April 27 announced three weekend OWI arrest -- including one female driver who "was completely naked."Sheriff's officials said around 2 a.m. Saturday, April 25, a deputy on patrol noticed a vehicle traveling 30 miles per hour under the speed limit, headed southbound on I-41 in the Town of Addison.
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- A growing number of sheriffs in Wisconsin are saying the governor's "Safer at Home" order is just too vague; they don't plan on enforcing it.Some sheriffs say they are putting enforcement of the order on hold while litigation against Gov.
WEST BEND -- Police were called to a church in West Bend amid the coronavirus pandemic, following a complaint from a neighbor.Pastor Joseph Fisher with Pilgrim Lutheran Church said West Bend police showed up after the neighbor complained about the gathering of the group, saying it was going against Governor Tony Evers' "Safer at Home" order.Pastor Fisher said there were about 16 people inside, but there were no more than 10 in one room at a time.He said police apologized after determining there wasn't a violation of the Safer at Home order at the church.