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Fired KUSD Teacher Groomed Student “For Sex”: Civil Lawsuit Filed Today

A fired teacher at KTEC West named Christian Enwright groomed a 13, and later 14-year-old student, from June of 2023 until he was caught in February of 2024. He did this for the purpose of having sex with the child at some point. This is according to a civil suit filed today in the Kenosha County Circuit Court. Named in the suit is Enwright and his insurance company (if he has one.) According to the 38-page suit filed last Friday,

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Fired KUSD Teacher Groomed Student “For Sex”: Civil Lawsuit Filed Today

A fired teacher at KTEC West named Christian Enwright groomed a 13, and later 14-year-old student, from June of 2023 until he was caught in February of 2024. He did this for the purpose of having sex with the child at some point. This is according to a civil suit filed today in the Kenosha County Circuit Court. Named in the suit is Enwright and his insurance company (if he has one.) According to the 38-page suit filed last Friday, but made public by the court system today: “Holly” had Christian Enwright as her seventh grade math teacher at KTEC West. Between June of 2023 and February of 2024, Enwright began an inappropriate relationship with Holly in which he manipulated, emotionally abused, and communicated with Holly for sexual gratification and

Grooming Teacher’s Cell Phone Seized Before Court Last Week, Sexual Contact Is Now Suspected: Unsealed Warrant

***Editor’s Note – Explicit Content*** During Christian Enwright’s initial court appearance where bail is set, he encountered a big surprise – two detectives armed with a search warrant. It was signed by Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge Chad Kerkman. It commanded law enforcement officers to seize Enwright’s phone. Enright is a fired teacher from KUSD’s KTEC West school that was charged last week with 22 counts of disorderly conduct for the grooming of a 12 through 14 year old student of his. Enwright’s attorneys arrived for the court hearing at 12:45 p.m., about 15 minutes early, but their client wasn’t there yet. They seemed to ignore this fact and sat down in the lawyer’s-only part of the courtroom. While Enwright’s attorneys seemed oblivious, Enwright walked into the gallery and sat

KCE Takes Andy “Sgt. Hard” Berg Back To Court For Contempt – Berg Hasn’t Provided Records Or Paid Fees As Ordered

Last month, a Kenosha Judge ordered a former Kenosha County Board Member Andy Berg (D) to make available for inspection a large amount of county park maps and business cards that he was illegally distributing during his Spring 2024 election. Judge Frank Gagliardi also ordered Berg to pay Mathewson’s legal fees, in the amount of $309.50 – neither have happened. Berg’s deadline was May 11, 2024. Mathewson contacted Berg via his attorney. Berg still wouldn’t provide the records or pay the court-ordered fees. On May 15, 2024, Mathewson filed a motion for contempt, asking the judge to intervene and find Berg in contempt. Judge Gagliardi is scheduled to hear the contempt motion on June 11, 2024 at 10am. Kenosha County Eye Editor Kevin Mathewson filed the lawsuit on March 11,

Salem Lakes To Appoint New Board Member – Pete Poli Is The Obvious Choice: Opinion

The Village of Salem Lakes has the opportunity for any legal resident of Salem Lakes that meets the age requirement, as well as other legal statutory requirements, to serve out the remainder of the term of beloved Trustee Kelly Sweeting. Sweeting abruptly resigned due to health reasons. The Village of Salem Lakes has seen major fundamental changes since the upset of the Spring 2023 election. These changes have been led by President Rita Bucur, trustees, new Salem Lakes Village Administrator Cassandra Hiller, the new interim Fire Chief Al Carr, and the new Village Attorney Remzy Bitar. These new leaders are making the changes that will lead to a much more effective government body that is far more transparent. Much has already been done in the last year. To be part of

Grooming Teacher’s Cell Phone Seized Before Court Last Week, Sexual Contact Is Now Suspected: Unsealed Warrant

***Editor’s Note – Explicit Content*** During Christian Enwright’s initial court appearance where bail is set, he encountered a big surprise – two detectives armed with a search warrant. It was signed by Kenosha County Circuit Court Judge Chad Kerkman. It commanded law enforcement officers to seize Enwright’s phone. Enright is a fired teacher from KUSD’s KTEC West school that was charged last week with 22 counts of disorderly conduct for the grooming of a 12 through 14 year old student of his. Enwright’s attorneys arrived for the court hearing at 12:45 p.m., about 15 minutes early, but their client wasn’t there yet. They seemed to ignore this fact and sat down in the lawyer’s-only part of the courtroom. While Enwright’s attorneys seemed oblivious, Enwright walked into the gallery and sat

KCE Takes Andy “Sgt. Hard” Berg Back To Court For Contempt – Berg Hasn’t Provided Records Or Paid Fees As Ordered

Last month, a Kenosha Judge ordered a former Kenosha County Board Member Andy Berg (D) to make available for inspection a large amount of county park maps and business cards that he was illegally distributing during his Spring 2024 election. Judge Frank Gagliardi also ordered Berg to pay Mathewson’s legal fees, in the amount of $309.50 – neither have happened. Berg’s deadline was May 11, 2024. Mathewson contacted Berg via his attorney. Berg still wouldn’t provide the records or pay the court-ordered fees. On May 15, 2024, Mathewson filed a motion for contempt, asking the judge to intervene and find Berg in contempt. Judge Gagliardi is scheduled to hear the contempt motion on June 11, 2024 at 10am. Kenosha County Eye Editor Kevin Mathewson filed the lawsuit on March 11,

Salem Lakes To Appoint New Board Member – Pete Poli Is The Obvious Choice: Opinion

The Village of Salem Lakes has the opportunity for any legal resident of Salem Lakes that meets the age requirement, as well as other legal statutory requirements, to serve out the remainder of the term of beloved Trustee Kelly Sweeting. Sweeting abruptly resigned due to health reasons. The Village of Salem Lakes has seen major fundamental changes since the upset of the Spring 2023 election. These changes have been led by President Rita Bucur, trustees, new Salem Lakes Village Administrator Cassandra Hiller, the new interim Fire Chief Al Carr, and the new Village Attorney Remzy Bitar. These new leaders are making the changes that will lead to a much more effective government body that is far more transparent. Much has already been done in the last year. To be part of

Former Indian Trail High School Employee Charged With Very Serious Sex Crimes Against Students

Jamill E. Sanders, 36, of Racine, was allowed to resign from the Kenosha Unified School District on May 13, 2022 as an “Educational Support Professional.” He then went on to work for 21st Century Preparatory School in Racine. That is where police and prosecutors say he sexually assaulted two juvenile students. Sanders was charged this past Tuesday, May 14, 2024 with “Second Degree Sexual Assault Of A Child Under 16 Years Of Age” and “Repeated Sexual Assault Of A Child”, both felonies that carry with them maximum sentences of 40 years in prison each. According to the criminal complaint, Sanders sexually assaulted at least two girls one, 12, and the other, 14. Both girls are students at 21st Century Preparatory School in Racine. Sanders works at the school as a

Fired Groomer Teacher Makes First Court Appearance, Family Of Victim Speaks Out

Christian Enwright, the teacher fired last week for the long-term grooming of a pre-teen student, made his first court appearance today. Enwright was charged last week with 22 counts of disorderly conduct – facing more than five years in jail. Enwright appeared in court today with his two attorneys, Jason Luczak and Nicole Masnica. Both are good, experienced, and expensive. Luczak is also an adjunct professor at Marquette Law School. Although Enwright walked into the courtroom on his own volition, he would leave in handcuffs, headed for the jail to be booked. This wouldn’t be the first time Enwright would be in handcuffs. He has an OWI arrest which is scheduled to go to trial in August of 2024. Attorney Luczak made a motion to dismiss the entire complaint saying

“Latte With The Law” Big Hit Monday Evening

Summer Moon GM Ashley Busser, a former police dispatcher and EMT, has spent the last two-and-one-half years running her family business. The franchise, is owned by her parents, Jim and Cathi Leibforth. They were quick to volunteer to host The Kenosha Police’s “Latte With The Law” Monday evening. On hand to interact with the public, answer questions, and show off tactical equipment were members of the Kenosha Police Department – from patrol officers, to SWAT members, and even, the Deputy Police Chief. Officer Danielle Moore, who has been with KPD for two years was serving lattes, and other tasty drinks. Officer Ladonte Pittman manned the drive-through. He has been with the department for just over two years. Before that, he worked as a Deputy for the Racine County Sheriff’s Office.

Kenosha Police Recommend Felony Charges Against Ousted County Board Supervisor Andy Berg

After reviewing dozens of pages of bank records, Kenosha Police believe that the embattled former County Board Member Andy Berg committed one or more felonies. According to a Kenosha Police spokesperson, many of the charges from Berg’s bank account for his non-profit “Garden of Eatin,” didn’t appear to benefit the non-profit at all, but instead, benefitted Berg, himself. Berg had served as a county board supervisor from 2016 to April of this year, being defeated by political newcomer Felix Garcia. Berg never won a contested race. He has been defeated in elections for Alderman in 2012, Sheriff in 2018, and finally, County Board in 2024. Kenosha Police sent over a criminal referral to Kenosha DA Mike Graveley asking him to charge Berg with one or more felonies for theft (over

Kenosha Police Cold Case Vault: The Murder Of Deyonn J. Williams

On September 27, 2020, at about 1:40 a.m., a 25-year-old Illinois man named Deyonn J. Williams was gunned down at near the corner of 49th St and 8th Ave, just one block from the now-demolished RedZone. Police were called and found dozens of people in the parking lot of Red Zone and chaos. Police found WIlliams lying on the ground and bleeding to death. He was taken to the hospital but efforts to revive Williams were unsuccessful. Here is a video of the chaos during the shooting taken from Red Zone security footage. Detective Eric Kukowski and other patrol officers and investigators poured countless hours into this case and didn’t get much cooperation from the family of the victim or anyone else. Kukowski really wants to put handcuffs on the

Kenosha Unified Teacher Recently Fired For Grooming Charged With 22 Counts of Disorderly Conduct

Christian Enwright, a teacher who was fired Tuesday for grooming a 12-year-old student, was charged today with 22 counts of disorderly conduct. He faces a maximum sentence of five-and-one-half years behind bars minus “good time.” According to the 29-page criminal complaint: On February 5, 2024, Kenosha Police Department Detective “Schillwater” was assigned to investigate an anonymous report made to the Kenosha County Department of Family Services (DCFS) on February 2, 2024. The information provided to DCFS was that Kenosha Unified School District (KUSD) was made aware of an inappropriate texting relationship between a 14-year-old female student identified for the purposes of this complaint as “HOLLY” and her teacher at Kenosha School of Technology (KTEC) West Middle School, Christian Enwright, hereinafter referred to as the Defendant. Per the report, school staff

Breaking: Chrystul Kizer Pleads Guilty For 2018 Murder Of Pedophile

After nearly six years since being charged with murder, arson, bail-jumping, and car theft, Chrystul Kizer has plead guilty for the June 5, 2018 murder Randall P. Volar III. On this date, she shot him in the back of the head, burned his house down, and stole his car. Kizer admitted as much to detectives with the Kenosha Police Department. In the plea deal that was accepted today by Judge David Wilk, Kizer plead guilty to a lesser charge of “Second Degree Reckless Homicide, Use Of A Dangerous Weapon.” The maximum sentence is 20 years in state prison, followed by 10 years of extended release. The stealing of the BMW, setting the house on fire, and six counts of felony bail jumping were all dismissed. Dismissed, but “read-in”, were a

Kenosha Unified Administrators’ Salaries

Many in the community have asked KCE to publish salaries for the administrators at KUSD. You asked – we delivered. Here is the text of our request to the district: “Any documents or combination of documents in the possession of the Kenosha Unified School District that contains the name, title, and salaries of all administrative employees of the district. I define administrative employees as all employees that are not solely classroom teachers, janitors, or lunchroom workers. Examples would be the superintendent of schools, the director of HR, the chief of school leadership, the communications director, all principals, assistant principals, deans, etc, and all other non-teacher roles within the district.” ***Editor’s Note*** There are people on this list that are good people that work hard every day and deserve to be

Area Leaders Honor Fallen Law Enforcement Officers: Photos

At 12:00 p.m., with perfect weather and sunny, blue skies, area leaders and residents gathered near the Kenosha Public Museum to honor the fallen Kenosha County Law Enforcement Officers. Andrea Squires, the great granddaughter of fallen Kenosha Police Officer Antonio Pingitore sung the National Anthem. Kenosha Police Chief Patrick Patton offered some words today: “Good afternoon. First, I want to thank everyone that’s here in attendance today. I look over this crowd and there’s a lot of mix of city, county, state leaders. There’s legislators, there’s prosecutors, community leaders, friends and family of our officers, and citizens throughout Kenosha County who carved out a piece of their day to come here and pay a little respect to the officers who have given the ultimate sacrifice to protect and serve our

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