Saturday, November 19, 2011

Leon-Velazquez Probation Revoked In Stabbing Case

Jose Luis Leon-Velazquez

State probation agent found Leon-Velazquez had been drinking at a bar and violated a restraining order.

By H. Nelson Goodson
November 19, 2011

Milwaukee - Last Thursday, Jose Luis Leon-Velazquez, 42, had his four-year probation revoked by the Wisconsin Department of Corrections Probation and Parole in connection with the stabbing of a woman. He had served one year for a prior drug related charge and was given four years probation in the case. He was out of prison just two months, when he allegedly stabbed the victim.
The probation revocation resulted with Leon-Velazquez violating his conditions, he violated a restraining order, had been in a bar and had been drinking.
He was charged with a felony count of first-degree reckless injury in connection with the stabbing of a 28-year-old woman. Leon-Velazquez is accused of stabbing the victim once during a domestic incident on September 5, in Milwaukee's South side.
The criminal complaint states, after stabbing the victim Leon-Velazquez drove her to the hospital and dropped her off without going into the hospital. He then went home to pack his clothes on bags and was intending to flee the city.
Police arrested Leon-Velazquez at the 1400 block of W. Washington St. He was found hidden in an upper apartment building closet and several bags were packed containing Leon-Velazquez clothes.

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