Evan D. Quirk, 28, of Salem, WI was charged last Wednesday for stealing used panties from a woman on his postal route. According to court documents, the victim called police on July 3 this year to report the theft. She told police that she sells her used panties on Sofia Gray. She placed two pairs in a bubble mailer and placed them in a mailbox to send to a customer in Mississippi. She received a call that they never arrived. She was then contacted online by her mail carrier, Evan D. Quirk of Salem, WI. He told her that he was her postman. They then began texting and the victim suspected that he stole the underwear. Police interviewed Quirk who denied stealing the undies. After much questioning, police found holes in his story. His first court appearance is scheduled for 12/1/2020 at 1pm. This charge, “Theft of mail” carries with it a maximum of 9 months of imprisonment. A Kenosha County Court Commissioner denied the woman’s request for a restraining order earlier this year against Quirk. We reached out to Kenosha Postmaster Mike Hall and he referred us to a PR firm who didn’t answer.
County Executive Samantha Kerkman isn’t answering any questions about a very risky hire she maid a few months ago – Sherry Kruse. Kruse is the County’s new Veterans Benefits Representative. Before County Executive Samantha Kerkman hired her for the important role, she worked for the Veterans Assistance Commission of Lake County as its Assistant Superintendent. According to her personnel file, released by VACLC by means of a F.O.I.A. reques, she had been in extremely hot water