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  • Madison stadium to be site of bomb simulation

    Madison stadium to be site of bomb simulation

    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Authorities will simulate a bomb attack in or near Camp Randall stadium in Madison next week as part of the largest emergency-response simulation the state has ever seen.The exercise Thursday will involve some 400 people from 20 agencies and aims to test how well the police, hospitals and first responders coordinate during a major emergency.Neighbors are being warned about the exercise, and the road in front of the stadium will be closed for 12 hours.University of Wisconsin-...More >>
    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Authorities will simulate a bomb attack in or near Camp Randall stadium in Madison next week as part of the largest emergency-response simulation the state has ever seen.The exercise Thursday will involve some 400 people from 20 agencies and aims to test how well the police, hospitals and first responders coordinate during a major emergency.Neighbors are being warned about the exercise, and the road in front of the stadium will be closed for 12 hours.University of Wisconsin-...More >>
  • Suspect in suitcase deaths had unethical side job

    Suspect in suitcase deaths had unethical side job

    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Police records show the suspect in the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in suitcases dumped on a rural Wisconsin road had abused his authority as a police officer by selling cell phone service while on duty.Steven Zelich came under suspicion in 2001 after a struggle with a prostitute. An internal investigation by the West Allis Police Department determined he was stalking women while on duty. It also found Zelich tried to sell many of those women phone service as ...More >>
    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Police records show the suspect in the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in suitcases dumped on a rural Wisconsin road had abused his authority as a police officer by selling cell phone service while on duty.Steven Zelich came under suspicion in 2001 after a struggle with a prostitute. An internal investigation by the West Allis Police Department determined he was stalking women while on duty. It also found Zelich tried to sell many of those women phone service as ...More >>
  • West Allis police chief discusses suitcase deaths

    West Allis police chief discusses suitcase deaths

    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The police chief in West Allis says it seems like there were clear warning signs about a former police officer now suspected the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in suitcases dumped along a rural road about 50 miles away.But Chief Charles Padgett says the signs of coming violence are only clear in hindsight.Padgett was a detective when Steven Zelich was forced to resign following a 2001 internal investigation that determined Zelich has been stalking women while on...More >>
    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The police chief in West Allis says it seems like there were clear warning signs about a former police officer now suspected the deaths of two women whose bodies were found in suitcases dumped along a rural road about 50 miles away.But Chief Charles Padgett says the signs of coming violence are only clear in hindsight.Padgett was a detective when Steven Zelich was forced to resign following a 2001 internal investigation that determined Zelich has been stalking women while on...More >>
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