Sunday, February 27, 2022

23-year-old Darreon L. Parker-Bell allegedly Walked Into The Milwaukee Police Department District 5 Station And Opened FIre At Police Staff After Keishon D. Thomas Died In Police Custody

Parker-Bell was identified by a relative in social media (Facebook) as the suspected shooter who just walked into the Milwaukee Police Department District 5 Station on Friday and shot at police staff on duty.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 27, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - 23-year-old Darreon L. Parker-Bell is facing multiple felony charges after walking into the lobby of the Milwaukee Police Department District 5 Station, 2920 N. Vel R. Phillips Ave. in the Northside of Milwaukee on Friday, February 25, 2022 at 3:03p.m. and discharging several gunshots at police staff. No police officers or several citizens present in the lobby were reported injured.

A police officer responded and returned fire. Parker-Bell then fled on foot and police caught up with him at the 2900 block of N. 6th Street and police were able to discharge several gunshots striking Parker-Bell. He was taken to Froedtert Hospital for treatment and remains in custody pending felony charges.

At least seven police officers involved in the incident on Friday were placed on administrative duty pending the outcome of the investigation.

Apparently, Parker-Bell was distraught that his friend Keishon D. Thomas, 20, had unexpectedly died in police custody at the Milwaukee Police District 5 Station on February 23, 2022 and he was allegedly planning to take some type of action, according to social media posts by the suspect.

The Thomas death was ruled as an "accident" in the preliminary report by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office. At least 3 police officers have been suspended with pay in Thomas death, according to Milwaukee Police Chief Jeffery Norman.

Thomas was stopped during a traffic stop and police arrested Thomas on an active warrant for misdemeanor theft of movable property of $2,500, several years ago.

Parker-Bell was convicted for misdemeanor endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon on February 21, 2021 and was sentenced to 40 days in the House of Corrections, according to Wisconsin court records.

Friday, February 25, 2022

Ralph M. Ramirez, New Judge Lacked Transparency And Action To Vacate Erroneous Acts By Prior Waukesha County Judge Michael J. Aprahamian In The Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez Divorce Case Concerning Custody And Placement Of Their Children

Divorce case over child custody at the Waukesha County Court Branch 3 under presiding Judge Ralph M. Ramirez lacked full transparency during the proceedings in the Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez divorce case concerning the placement of their four children.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 25, 2022

Waukesha, Wisconsin - On Thursday, Waukesha County family court Judge Ralph M. Ramirez in Branch 3 failed to provide full transparency during a conference virtual proceeding during the Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez divorce case #2018FA000296. Judge Ramirez didn't provide a Zoom link for the public and mainstream media to following the divorce case, which the Wisconsin Court of Appeals made five reversals against Michael J. Aprahamian, the prior judge in the case. Julie had filed the court appeals against Aprahamian's five erroneous and illegal contempt acts in his courtroom against Julie.

Ramirez, who is the new judge in the case wasn't that transparent and didn't publicly allow easy access to the Valadez case as required by state law. Anyone following the divorce case and the mainstream media were left out of the conference hearing on Thursday, which the newly released court transcript of the conference proved multiple issues, one that the court hearing wasn't easily made public, secondly, Judge Ramirez failed to decide that Julie should get full custody of her children after Judge Aprahamian erroneously decided to place the children with an alcoholic and domestic abusive father without holding any hearings to revoke Julie's right for custody, thirdly, Judge Ramirez seems to have failed to temporarily remedy the child custody and placement of the four Valadez children as the Wisconsin Court of Appeals so ordered in its reversals of Aprahamian's erroneous contempt acts that led for the father to have custody and left Julie with the dilemma to legally fight to get custody of her children.

Judge Ramirez now wants to have fact finding hearings of the case and didn't take any action to allow Julie to see her children or spent time with them and Ramirez decided to stay what Judge Aprahamian erroneously decided in the case stand after the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled against Aprahamian's illegal acts that led the court to illegal prohibit Julie from seeing her children for nearly two years and to have sole custody, since Aprahamian did acknowledge that Julie was a fit parent to have custody of her four children.

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals District II ruled that Waukesha County Circuit Court Aprahamian erred in removing full custody from the mother in a divorce case and awarded full custody of their children to the father who was found to be a known domestic abuser and couldn't prove in court that he had complied with state law by submitting to a state certified batterer's treatment program and completing the program as required by law.

The next schedule Zoom status conference virtual hearing in Judge Ramirez's court will be on March 25, 2022.

Case timeline:

In May 2018, a stipulation was entered on the record that Julie would have sole custody and Ricardo would have supervised visits every other weekend. 

On April 9, 2020, Judge Aprahamian changed custody to Ricardo and ordered 50-50 placement. 

On March 18, 2021, Aprahamian temporarily changed placement of E.B.V., one of the Valadez children.

On Aug 13, 2021, Judge Aprahamian temporarily ordered the other three children to be placed with Recardo, stating he was sending Julie to jail.

The full Judge Ralph M. Ramirez conference court hearing of the Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez transcript (PDF- 36 pages, dated February 24, 2022) at link:

Prior Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) article link of the Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez case that includes the Wisconsin Court Of Appeals ruling links: and additional article link:

Please donate GoFundMe: Julie and her kids need your help to continue the legal fight to get her children back.

Wednesday, February 23, 2022

21-year-old Zaire M. Evans Identified As The Victim Who Was Shot At The 700 Block of S. 36 Street In The Southside Of Milwaukee And Later Succumbed To Gunshot Injuries

Evans was found with multiple gunshot wounds in the Southside of Milwaukee and later died from his injuries.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 23, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On February 21, 2022 at around 11:10 p.m. Milwaukee police responded to the 700 block of S. 36th Street where they found Zaire M. Evans, 21, with multiple gunshot injuries. Evans was pronounced deceased shortly after being transported to a local hospital.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office ruled Evans death as a homicide. Police are seeking a suspect or suspects in Evans homicide.

Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Popular Tejano Singer Joe Bravo Passed Away

Bravo was well known in the Tejano (Tex-Mex) music venue and entertainment gigs in the 1960's and 70's.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 22, 2022

San Antonio, Texas - On Monday, Joe Bravo, 76, passed away, according to his daughter Lisa M. Dorantes who shared the news on her Facebook account. Bravo has been a Tejano singer for more than 50 years and was a Tejano Music Hall of Fame singer.

He is best known for singing "El Libro Abierto", "Que Casualidad", "La Patita de Conejo", "Irma Linda" and "It's OK".

Sunday, February 20, 2022

Alleged Store Owner At The 3400 Block Of W. Wells Street In Milwaukee Beats Up Unidentified Man Across The Street

The unidentified victim is allegedly appears homeless, according to follow-up comments posted on a Facebook video post that was shared and appeared on Saturday in the social network.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 20, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Saturday, a Facebook video posted by D'Angelo M. Jones Sr. and shared by Darryl King Rick Farmer II apparently shows the alleged owner of the corner store Sundeep Liquor & Food, 3441 W. Wells in Milwaukee beating up an unidentified man. The alleged store owner is seen punching at least twice and kicking the man whose pants are down by his knees at least five times. Some Facebook users in the comments thread identified the operator of the store, but did not name him.

The operator (agent of the Class A Malt & Class A Liquor licenses) of the Sundeep Liquor & Food  Mart is Parul D. Patel, according to the Milwaukee Common Council records.

Jones Sr. is heard on the video saying that the unidentified man might have been caught stealing. Even, if he was accused of stealing or shoplifting at the store, it doesn't give the right for the alleged store owner to beat him up. It's actually a crime to assault a person, especially if that person is defendless and not fighting back as shown in the video.

It is not clear what ignited the incident and none of the individuals present or that accompanied the alleged store owner didn't even attempted to stop the beating.

Friday, February 18, 2022

21 Law Enforcement Officers Involved To Detain 38-year-old Quadren L. Wilson And Two WIDOJDCI Agents Shot Him In The Back Multiple Times As He Complied With Orders

Hundreds of students recently walked out from school in Madison along with the Original Black Panthers and Wilson's family members seeking transparency of the shooting Investigation, hold the law enforcement shooters accountable and justice for Quadren who was shot in the back multiple times while unarmed and complying with officer orders during a vehicle boxed-in stop.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 17, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - It's still unclear why it took 21 Wisconsin law enforcement officers to detain Quadren L. Wilson, 38, who is Black in Madison. Two of the officers involved included agents for the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation (WIDOJDCI) who allegedly shot Wilson in the back multiple times, since the agents were in the rear of Wilson's vehicle. The Wilson family and their attorney claim that he was shot at least five times in the back as he complied with law enforcement officer orders and was unarmed at the time of his arrest. 

According to the family, Wilson said that his vehicle was boxed-in from the rear and front and he complied to officer orders to put his hands on the dashboard or wheel, which he did, but another officer yelled gun and two WIDOJDCI agents who were in the rear of Wilson's vehicle fired at least 20 shots and 5 shots allegedly striking Wilson in the back. 

None of the officers involved in the February 3, 2022 operation wore video body cameras, which are not required under their agencies policy or State law.

After being shot, Wilson was transported to a local hospital for treatment. Police involved in the operation to apprehend Wilson apparently did not find any illegal substances or a weapon in Wilson's vehicle.

Wilson was released after a day in the hospital and was booked at the Dane County Sheriff's Office, despite suffering from multiple gunshot wounds and lack of adequate medical treatment at the jail.

As of Thursday, Wilson can no longer walk due to his injuries, according to his family and the family is requesting for State authorities to return Wilson to the hospital for further medical treatment and accessible medicine including pain killers.

Wilson was on parole at the time of the incident and a Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) released information that a warrant was issued for his arrest, for an alleged parole violation and the DOC had warned law enforcement agencies to take precautions because Wilson was known to carry firearms. But in this case, Wilson was unarmed, according to his family and so far, those involved in the operation to arrest Wilson haven't provided any proof that Wilson was armed and was a threat to law enforcement officers at the time he was shot by several WIDOJDCI agents who have yet to be identified.

According to the Dane County Sheriff's Office and the Sun Prairie Police Department, there were at least 21 Wisconsin law enforcement officers involved in Wilson's arrest. The officers, agents and agencies involved were 13 agents from the Wisconsin Department of Justice Division of Criminal Investigation, 3 federal DEA agents, 3 Madison police officers, 1 Wisconsin State police officer and 1 DNR warden.

Update: The Dane County Sheriff's Office identified the two WIDOJDCI agents as Mark Wagner and Nathan Peskie who fired multiple gunshots at Quadren Wilson who was unarmed and complying with officers.

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

Milwaukee Police Captain Patrick T. Pajot Appointed To The Milwaukee Police Department 2nd District Station In The Predominantly Hispanic Community In The Southside Of Milwaukee

Captain Pajot has 22 years of service in the Milwaukee Police Department and began his career as an officer in the police gang squad unit in 2000 at Police 2nd District Station.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 16, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - The Milwaukee Police Department announced that Captain Patrick T. Pajot, a former gang squad officer has become the new commander at Milwaukee Police 2nd District Station located at 245 W. Lincoln Ave. in the predominantly Hispanic/Latino community in the Southside of Milwaukee.

According to the MPD, Captain Patrick T. Pajot, began his career with the Milwaukee Police Department in 2000 and was assigned to District 2 after graduating from the Police Academy. At District 2, he was assigned to the Anti-Gang Unit and worked closely with the community to reduce gang violence. In 2004, he was transferred to the Gangs Crimes-Intelligence Division, where he continued to work on reducing gang violence. In 2008, he was promoted to Detective and assigned to the robbery unit, before joining the Homicide Unit in 2010. In 2018, he was promoted to Lieutenant and was assigned to Violent Crimes for a short period of time before returning to the Homicide Unit. In 2021, He was promoted to Captain of Police and assigned as the Criminal Investigations Bureau Night Watch Commander. In September 2021, Captain Pajot was assigned as the commander of the Violent Crimes Divison within the Crimnal Investigations Bureau. In December of 2021, Captain Pajot was assigned as the commander for District Two. 

In 2008, Captain Pajot was awarded the Milwaukee Police Department / Milwaukee Police Association officer of the year. He has several accommodations with the department. Captain Pajot is a 2011 graduate of Leadership in Police Organizations program and a 2018 graduate of Northwestern Supervision of Police Personnel.

Captain Pajot is the commander of the Crisis Negations Unit and has been an active member of this unit since 2010.  

Captain Pajot replaced Captain David Salazar at Police District 2.

Update: On Wednesday, Milwaukee Police Captain Patrick T. Pajot, Police Officers Daniel Clifford and Eliel Contreras were awarded plaques by the 31st Street Safety Committee in recognition for their contribution and service to the Southside community in the Milwaukee Police District 2 Station area.

Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Several Republicans To Face-off In The April 5th General Election 2022 Run-off For City Of Milwaukee Mayor

Acting Milwaukee Mayor Johnson and former Alderman Donovan, who are both allegedly known to be Republicans with Donovan also being a Trump supporter survived the primary election and will face-off in the April General Election.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 15, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Tuesday, both acting Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson and former Alderman Robert "Bob" Donovan survived the low turnout primary election. 61,634 votes were cast in Tuesday's Mayoral race. Johnson and Donovan are allegedly Republicans, according to political and non-political sources and Donovan is also a Trump supporter.

Johnson is facing a federal lawsuit for excluding (banning) members of the Original Black Panthers and the Brown Berets from a Town Hall meeting that he held in October 2021.

Johnson identified himself as a Democrat. He is also concidered anti-Latino after signing a redistricting A maps ordinance that prevented the creation of a third Hispanic majority voting-age population district in the 13th Aldermanic District along with 11 Milwaukee Common Council members in mid January 2022 who passed the ordinance after members of the Latino community and their allies objected approving such an ordinance by Johnson that most likely violated the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The Milwaukee Common Council and Johnson took the legal advice from the Milwaukee City Attorney's Office that prevented a third Hispanic majority voting-age population district in the Southside.

Donovan before he retired as an Alderman, he became involved in a controversial issue in which he tried to ban Taco Food trucks from S. 27 to S. 38 along W. National Ave. Former Mayor Tom Barrett vetoed an ordinance introduced by Donovan to ban Taco trucks. A public backlash of the Taco Food Truck ban ordinance ended with his decision to retire as Alderman.

Milwaukee is a large Democratic stronghold, but as it seems, the City will have a Republican as a City Mayor come April 5, the General Election. Both Johnson and Donovan are considered right wingers by multiple local activists (Facebook links: and

In the 12th Milwaukee County Supervisor District in the Southside of Milwaukee, both former Wisconsin State Assembly Representative Josh Zepnick (D) and Juan Miguel Martinez, a union organizer and a self-confessed individual who admitted in an April 2021 interview on video with Mr. Nice Guy that he and three other friends jumped a Mexican police officer in Mexico City in 2004 and stole his badge, will now face-off in the April General Election.

2,377 votes were cast in the 12th District Milwaukee County Supervisor race on Tuesday.

Monday, February 14, 2022

3 Suspects Charged, 2 From Illinois And 1 From Wisconsin In Connection With The City OF Racine October 2021 Homicide Of 31-year-old James E. Hamilton

Two suspects from Illinois and one suspect from Racine, Wisconsin have been charged with the October 2021 homicide of 31-year-old man in the City of Racine.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 14, 2022

Racine, Wisconsin - The Racine Police Department reported on Friday that three suspects have been arrested and charged in connection with the October 4, 2021 homicide of James E. Hamilton, 31, who was found deceased at 1009 Monroe Ave. with multiple gunshot wounds. Police had responded to the residence in October for a possible home invasion call and discovered the victim, Hamilton inside with multiple fatal gunshot injuries.

Police recovered a Smith & Wesson revolver .357 caliber handgun with blood stains in the handgrip, it had three spent cartridges, a rifle (AR-15) and other spent cartridges, 9mm and .22 Cal. cartridges were recovered in the living room, including bullet holes in the wall and furniture, according to the criminal complaint.

Drugs that included marijuana, LSD, heroin and mushrooms and also large amounts of cash (more than $127,000) were recovered from Hamilton's residence.

A neighbor's video surveillance camera caught two of the suspects going into Hamilton's residence and then running out. Cellphone text messages between Hamilton and Christopher were recovered tying him to the Hamilton's murder.

The homicide suspects were identified as Jonathan A. Martinez, 25, of Gurnee, Illinois, who was charged with party to a crime 1st-degree intentional homicide and attempted armed robbery with use of force. 

Christopher M. Martinez, of Waukegan, Illinois was charged with party to a crime 1st-degree intentional homicide and attempted armed robbery with use of force.

Moises R. Gonzalez, 28, of Racine was also arrested and charges are pending for attempted armed robbery with use of force and possession of THC with Intent to deliver.

If convicted, Jonathan and Christopher are facing life on prison each for the intentional homicide and up to 40 years in prison and up to $100,000 in fines each for the attempted armed robbery. A cash bond of $1,000,000 was set for each homicide suspect. Both, the Martinez brothers are being held at the Lake County Sheriff's jail in Illinois and are awaiting extradition to Wisconsin.

If convicted, Gonzalez is facing up to 40 years in prison for armed robbery and up to $100,000 in fines, and 3 years and 6 months in prison and up to $10,000 in fines for possession and intent to deliver THC. A $62,500 cash bond was set for Gonzalez.

Saturday, February 12, 2022

28-year-old Julio Angel Olivencia Died From Multiple Gunshot Wounds In Milwaukee, Police Investigating Homicide

Olivencia was declared deceased at the crime scene, according to police.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 12, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Milwaukee police continue to seek a suspect or suspects in the fatal shooting of Julio Angel Olivencia, 28, on February 8, 2022 at the 6700 block of W. Ruby Ave. Olivencia died at the crime scene, according to police.

The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office declared Olivencia's death a homicide. Olivencia was fatally shot multiple times.

22-year-old Sekou Traore Was Fatally Stabbed By Unknown Suspects While Delivering Doordash Food Order In The Southside Of Milwaukee

Traore died in a local hospital shortly after being stabbed multiple times during an armed robbery by unknown suspects while delivering a Doordash food order.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 12, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On early Thursday, Milwaukee police responded to an armed robbery report around 12:20a.m. and when arriving at the 1000 block of W. Greenfield Ave., they found Sekou Traore, 22, a Doordash food order delivery driver injured with multiple stab wounds. Traore was transported to a local hospital where he later succumbed to his stab wounds.

The Milwaukee Medical Examiner's Office ruled Traore's death a homicide.

Milwaukee Police are looking for unknown suspects and the investigation is ongoing.

The Mandingo and Liberian community including his family and friends in Milwaukee are in mourning. Traore was laid to rest on Friday in a Muslim tradition at the Forest Home Cemetery, according to Facebook postings.

Thursday, February 10, 2022

Mango's Cafe, Bar And Grill License To Operate Suspended By Milwaukee Common Council For 30-days Over Fights And Gunshot Complaints

A popular Eastside cafe and bar business had its operating license suspended for 30-days.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 10, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - On Tuesday, the Milwaukee Common Council unanimously voted to suspend Mango's Cafe also known as Tropical Bar and Grill, 1682 N. Van Buren Street for 30-days, beginning on February 11, 2022 to March 11, 2022.

Numerous complaints of disturbances, fights and a gunshot incident led to the 30-day suspension. 

The Mango's Cafe is owned and operated by Gregory Kieckbusch, Francisco Escobar-Sandino Sr. and Francisco Sandino-Badillo, according to the registered City license.

Mango's management posted on their Facebook page that it was closed from February 9 thru the beginning of March due to remodeling issues.

UMOS Cultural And Historical Mural Gets Information Plaque In Milwaukee

WI: Information plaque added to the United Migrant Opportunity Services Mural located at S. 1 St. and W. Historic Mitchell Street in the Southside of Milwaukee.

H. Nelson Goodson, an Immigrant rights and Civil Rights advocate checking out the Southside scenic murals on Tuesday, February 8, 2022.

Goodson's mother, Marla O. Anderson is included in the UMOS history mural that was install on May 20, 2017. Anderson was a well known Immigrant rights and Civil Rights advocate including a higher educational advocate and a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) activist among hundreds of Latino and non-Latino community members who advocated and succeeded in eliminating the unwritten racist barrier that kept Latinos from enrolling at UWM in 1970.

Brief history:

"Discriminatory treatment was the norm," cited from Myraid Magazine UWM 1990.

Anderson's decision to join Jesus Salas, the late Roberto Hernandez, Armando Orellana, the late Dante Navarro and Ernesto Chacon in 1970 led to the actiive participation of hundreds of families to back, join and march in support of the UWM takeover of Chapman Hall to gain access to higher education for Latinos and their children.

Anderson originally from Camargo, Tamaulipas, Mexico was well known for her leadership and instrumental role in the August 27, 1970 University of Wisconsin Milwaukee takeover of Chapman Hall, where she along with four men, Jesus Salas, Dante Navarro Gregorio "Goyo" Rivera and Jose Luis Huerta-Sanchez were arrested in a peaceful protest. They were protesting UWM's discriminatory policy that prevented Latinos from enrolling.

In 1970, only 14 Hispanic students including Hernandez,  Salas and De la Cruz were enrolled compared to 25,000 White students and there were no Latino faculty at UWM at the time. Anderson's role helped open the doors of education for thousands of Latinos in the state of Wisconsin UW-System. 

Their success in 1970 helped create the Spanish Speaking Outreach Institute (SSOI) at UWM, which focus on recruitement, advising and retention of Hispanic university students. The SSOI was later renamed in 1996 the Roberto Hernandez Center and since 1970 thousands of Hispanics have graduated.

Anderson enrolled at UWM and later graduated from the School of Education with a Bachelor of Science degree in May 1978, while raising six children.

UMOS Mural unveiled:

Source: Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Four Women Arrested Including Two, Bryanna Johnson And Breanta Johnson Who Were Charged With Attempted 1st-degree Intentional Homicide Of Anthony Rodriguez, A Wauwatosa George Webb Employee Who Was Shot In The Face Over A Missing Hamburger In Order

The George Webb employee in Wauwatosa was shot in the face over a missing hamburger in the order, according to the criminal complaint.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 8, 2022

Wauwatosa, Wisconsin - Four women have been taken into custody in connection with the January 30, 2022 altercation and shooting of a George Webb employee in Wauwatosa, according to Wauwatosa police. The shooting happened around 12:15 a.m. on early Sunday at the George Webb located at 12201 W. North Ave. in Wauwatosa.

According to police, they responded to a shooting at the George Webb restaurant. Upon arriving, they located an injured employee on the floor who was shot in the face. The 26-year-old employee survived, but suffered multiple loss of teeth and lost a major portion of his right side tongue and still has bullet fragments in his sinuses, lungs and neck. 

His mother confirmed in a GoFundMe account that, "As most of you know Anthony was shot directly in the face. Anthony lost his teeth and a major portion of his tongue on the right side of his face. He has bullet fragments in his sinuses and lungs and the bullet severed a major artery in his neck and remains in his neck." The GoFundMe account has raised more than $23,000 of the goal to raise $25,000.

Video surveillance footage inside the restaurant showed that the women began to argue with the male employee over the slow food service. The women were asked to leave by employees, but one of the women identified as Breanta Justice Johnson, 20, left the restaurant and returned with a handgun, which was handed over to another woman identified as Bryanna J. Johnson, 20.

Breanta then punched the employee at the cash register and Bryanna attempted to pistol whip the employee and she shot him in the face while on the floor. Breanta then stumped the employee (identified by a long time friend) as Anthony I. Rodriguez in the face before all the women fled the scene.

Rodriguez told police that the incident escalated when the women complained to him about a missing $3 hamburger in the order. The women then decided to get physical and shot Rodriguez over a missing hamburger in the order.

Bryanna Johnson and Breanta Johnson were charged on Monday, January 7, 2022 with one felony count each of attempted 1st-degree intentional homicide with party to a crime, use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted, both Bryanna and Breanta are facing up to 60 years in prison on each count and an additional 5 years in prison for use of dangerous weapon. A $100,000 cash bond was set for the suspects.

Two other women that accompanied the suspects in the shooting incident at George Webb are awaiting pending criminal charges as well.

Rodriguez in 2019 was a civilian employee (non-sworned) who supported basic police operations for the Milwaukee Police Department, he was a Milwaukee Police Community Service Officer in District 4. 

Criminal complaint:

Monday, February 7, 2022

Waukesha County Judge Michael J. Aprahamian Removed From The Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez Divorce Case After Wisconsin Court Of Appeals Reversed At Least 4 Erroneous Acts Of Contempt Charges Filed By Judge Against Appellant

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals has ruled that Waukesha County family court Judge Aprahamian had committed at least 4 erroneous acts of contempt charges against Julie Valadez and ordered the acts of contempt against her reversed and cause remanded with directions.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 7, 2022

Waukesha, Wisconsin - The Wisconsin Court of Appeals sides with Appellant Julie Valadez in her appeals claiming that Waukesha County family court Judge Michael J. Aprahamian had abused his authority and had committed numerous illegal or erroneous acts during the proceedings in the divorce case Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez, in which Judge Aprahamian held Julie in contempt multiple times for merely trying to exercise her rights as afforded under state law during a post-divorce case involving her four children.

Julie Valadez confirmed that the Wisconsin Court of Appeals reversed a total of 4 erroneous contempt charges, which total 5 reversals.

Judge Aprahamian erroneously filed contempt rulings against Julie during the post-divorce proceedings without any legal basis and violated Julie's due process in the case by not following State law summary contempt procedures that require court hearings of the contempt violations.

Julie and her former attorneys had repeatedly filed motions for Judge Aprahamian to recuse himself from the case and each time he refused to do so. 

Since the Wisconsin Court of Appeals reversed Judge Aprahamian's illegal contempt violations against Julie, she filed for substitution of Judge Aprahamian and Aprahamian had to sign off the case by law due to his erroneous rulings of contempt charges against Julie.

February 2, 2022 Wisconsin Court of Appeals case Julie Valadez v. Michael J. Aprahamian rulings 2021AP994/2021AP1186 (26 pages) and 2021AP1436 (13 pages)

Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez case history, article by Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

Friday, February 4, 2022

Octaviano Juárez-Corro Buscado Por Los Múltiples Homicidios Del Día De Los Caídos En 2006 En El South Shore Park En Milwaukee Fue Arrestado En Zapopan, Jalisco, México

Juárez-Corro fue detenido en México por múltiples homicidios en Milwaukee en 2006, según la Oficina Federal de Investigaciones. 

Por H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network EE. UU. 

4 de febrero de 2022 

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - La Oficina Federal de Investigaciones (FBI, por sus siglas en inglés) anunció que Octaviano Juarez-Corro, de 48 años, un ciudadano mexicano que figuraba en la lista de los 10 más buscados del FBI en 2021, fue detenido por el FBI, la Interpol y las autoridades locales mexicanas en un operativo conjunto en la Ciudad de Zapopan, Jalisco, México la noche del jueves. Juarez-Corro tenía una recompensa de $100,000 dólares por información que condujera a su arresto.

Juarez-Corro fue acusado en el condado de Milwaukee de dos delitos graves de homicidio intencional en primer grado y tres delitos graves de intento de homicidio intencional en primer grado en 2006, junto con una huida ilegal para evitar el enjuiciamiento. 

Si es declarado culpable, Juarez-Corro se enfrenta a cadena perpetua sin posibilidad de libertad condicional por cada cargo de homicidio intencional en primer grado y hasta 60 años de prisión por cada cargo de intento de homicidio intencional en primer grado.

Juárez-Corro actualmente está siendo procesado para su extradición a los EE. UU. para enfrentar un enjuiciamiento, podría impugnar la solicitud de extradición de los EE. UU., pero eventualmente será extraditado a Wisconsin. 

Según la denuncia penal y el FBI, el 29 de mayo de 2006, Juarez-Corro supuestamente disparó y asesino a dos personas e hirió a otras tres en un gran picnic festivo en Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Las autoridades alegan que Juarez-Corro ingresó a South Shore Park a orillas del lago Michigan, donde cientos de personas se reunieron para un picnic del Día de los Caídos, incluidas muchas familias con niños, entre ellos la esposa separada de Juarez-Corro y su hija de 3 años. . Juárez-Corro, quien no fue invitado, causó conmoción y exigió ver a su hija. Su esposa le informó que no le permitían ver a su hija ese día y exigió que se fuera. Juarez-Corro luego se agitó y poco después sacó una pistola de su cintura. Exigió que las víctimas apuntadas que se arrodillaran, pero antes de que pudieran cumplir, Juarez-Corro disparó a cada uno al estilo de una ejecución. 

Le disparó dos veces en el pecho a su ex esposa, pero ella sobrevivió. Juarez-Corro también disparó a otros miembros de familia de su ex esposa y amigos en el picnic. En total cinco personas fueron baleadas, dos de las cuales resultaron heridas de muerte. Las víctimas fallecidas fueron identificadas como Raymundo Muñoz-Silva, de 31 años y Julio Díaz-Guillén, de 17.

Tanto Muñoz-Silva como Díaz-Guillén recibieron disparos en la cabeza. Muñoz-Silva era el novio de la esposa separada de Juarez-Corro.

Octaviano Juarez-Corro Wanted For The South Shore Park Multiple Memorial Day 2006 Homicides Arrested In Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico

Juarez-Corro was taken into custody in Mexico for multiple homicides in Milwaukee on 2006, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

February 4, 2022

Milwaukee, Wisconsin - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced that Octaviano Juarez-Corro, 48, a mexican national who placed on the 10 most wanted FBI list in 2021 had been taken into custody by the FBI, Interpol and Mexican local authorities in a joint operation in the City of Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico on Thursday night. Juarez-Corro had a a $100,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.

Juarez-Corro was charged in Milwaukee County with two felony counts for 1st-degree intentional homicide and three felony counts of 1st-degree attempted intentional homicide in 2006, along with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

If convicted, Juarez-Corro is facing up to life in prison without the the possibility of parole for each 1st-degree intentional homicide count and up to 60 years in prison for each 1st-degree attempted intentional homicide count.

Juarez-Corro is currently being processed for extradition to the U.S. to face prosecution, he could challenge the extradition request by the U.S., but will eventually be extridited to Wisconsin.

According to the criminal complaint and the FBI, on May 29, 2006, Juarez-Corro allegedly shot and killed two individuals and wounded three others at a large holiday picnic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Authorities allege that Juarez-Corro entered South Shore Park on the banks of Lake Michigan, where hundreds of people were gathered for a Memorial Day picnic, including many families with children—among them Juarez-Corro's estranged wife and their 3-year-old daughter. Juarez-Corro, who was an uninvited guest, caused a commotion and demanded to see his daughter. His wife informed him that he was not allowed to see his daughter that day and demanded that he leave. Juarez-Corro then became agitated and shortly thereafter produced a handgun from his waistband. He demanded for the targeted victims to get on their knees, but before they could comply, Juarez-Corro shot each one execution-style.

He shot his estranged wife twice in the chest, but she survived. Juarez-Corro also shot other members of her family and friends at the picnic. In total five people were shot, two of which were fatally wounded. The deceased victims were identified as Raymundo Muñoz-Silva, 31 and Julio Diaz-Guillen, 17. 

Both Muñoz-Silva and Diaz-Guillen were shot in the head. Muñoz-Silva was the boyfriend of Juarez-Corro's estranged wife.