CAEGI 0003 November Ads 2022x250

Kenosha County Eye

Kenosha Man With History Of Crime And Violence Granted 1-Year Adjournment Of Serious Criminal Case: Milwaukee DA John Chisholm

Raymond Karim Roberts, 39 of Kenosha

Raymond Roberts calls himself a “data scientist” and says he and his wife make “good money”. He told the New York Times that he is a “real estate investor”, so it’s hard to know for sure what he does for living. It’s equally as hard to believe that he “makes good money”, as he owes the State of Wisconsin close to $40,000 for taxes and unemployment over-payments. He calls himself a “Black Lives Matter Activist”. When he disagreed with a Kenosha man recently, he published his home address and the name of the school where his children attend. He then talked obscurely about bombs at the school. He is a bad dude – Kenosha democrats and republicans both agree. He told the associated press the following:

Paid Advertisement

“If you’re a white guy, a firefighter with an open (alcohol) container and gun in your car and you get pulled over, you get dropped off at the firehouse,” said Roberts, 38. “If you’re Black, that might be the end of your life — you get shot or you might face 20 (years in prison).”

Roberts is making reference to an actual event that happened in Kenosha many years ago. Curious, because that is exactly what police say Roberts did on March 14, 2020 – He was driving at double the legal limit with a loaded pistol. The Milwaukee DA charged him with OWI 2nd and Engendering Safety by Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Under the Influence). He was arrested without incident and it wasn’t the “end of his life” like he told the associated press it would be.

Paid Advertisement

This isn’t Roberts first run-in with law enforcement.

Felony Child Abuse Charges

Paid Advertisement

In 2017, Roberts was arrested by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s department for beating his children with a special belt. This belt had replica shot gun shells attached to it and a large buckle. The DA charged him with 2 felonies.

Crime Scene Photo Source: Kenosha County Sheriff’s Office

The Deputy that investigated this case noted that the children’s mother noticed bruises on the children’s shoulders, backs, arms, and legs. The kids told their mother their dad hit them many times for not doing their homework correctly. The most liberal judge in Kenosha, Mary Kay Wagner, let Roberts plead guilty to two counts of child neglect.

Paid Advertisement

Prior Record

Notably, Roberts had a harassment restraining order granted against him and was nabbed with an OWI in 2013. His history of run-ins with police is expansive and detailed below.

Milwaukee DA Gives Roberts a Break

Milwaukee DA John Chisholm

Roberts was supposed to be in court tomorrow, February 2, 2021 for his initial appearance. The Milwaukee DA postponed this hearing until about March, 2022. This will be about 2 years after his arrest. This is a big favor. He can’t get bail-jumping charges for future crimes. He doesn’t have any bond conditions, like no drinking alcohol. This puts the community at risk. It almost seems like these BLM type folks get easier treatment from liberal prosecutors. Well, we’ll let you know what happens to Roberts in about 14 months. We reached out to Chisholm and he didn’t immediately return our email.


  • Kevin Mathewson

    Kevin Mathewson is a disciple of Christ, husband and a father to two wonderful children. Mathewson was born and raised in Lake County, IL and worked as a police & fire dispatcher from 2005 to 2010 in Round Lake Beach, IL. Mathewson moved to Kenosha County in 2006, later being elected to the position of Alderman of the 8th District in 2012 and 2016. Mathewson is a private investigator, security contractor, journalist, and photographer. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, camping and boating. His favorite amendment is the second, followed closely by the first. He loves his country and community.


County Executive Hires Woman Fired For Fraud, Under Criminal Investigation

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

Read More »

Kenosha Woman Announces Bid for Mayor

Elizabeth Garcia quipped Kenosha is her hobby, saying “I wish it were my job!” A workingmother who uses her free time towards bettering our city, Garcia has announced her bid forMayor of Kenosha. Enthusiastic and determined Garcia asserts, “ I am solution oriented: when Isee a problem, I try to fix it. If I can’t fix it, I find out who can. I want Kenoshans to know theirtax dollars are being used in meaningful ways; I

Read More »

Kenosha College Student Thanks Lawyer For Her Recent Exoneration For Charges Related To Near-Deadly Crash

On May 19, 2023, Marissa Chon was doing what many college students do on a Friday night – drinking alcohol with friends. She was with her then-boyfriend, Elijah J. Schoffstall, a Carthage soccer player. At about 2:21 am, the two were involved in a serious car wreck at Carthage College, a school where they both attended. Both were severely injured and were lucky to survive. Police and bystanders quickly arrived at the scene of the crash

Read More »

Kenosha Judge Eviscerates First Amendment In Bizarre Ruling – Opinion

Circuit Court Judges, like David Wilk (D), can’t change the first amendment, no matter how much they hate it. It’s part of our great constitution and there are many layers of the judiciary above them, that work as checks and balances. That doesn’t mean that they can’t try, however. That’s exactly what David Wilk tried to do in an oral/written ruling from this past Monday. Lets begin with Judge WIlk’s beginning. Wilke attended Hamline University School

Read More »

Embattled Director Of Women’s Shelter Drops Lawsuit That Was Allegedly Filed Illegally

The embattled director of Women and Children’s Horizons dropped a lawsuit yesterday, two weeks after it was filed, and only 10 days after KCE published an article alleging she was practicing law without a license. According to a 8-count findings document outlining an investigation into misconduct, Paine was disbarred May 20, 2023. The documents says in part, “After proceedings conducted pursuant to [Michigan Supreme Court Rules], the panel found, based on [Paine’s] admissions to all of the

Read More »

Man Who Escaped Kenosha Prison In July Captured In Milwaukee County, Was In Possession of Firearm

On July 26, 2023 a State Prison inmate named Parish Eckford escaped from a Kenosha Prison. This is a State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections Facility and not associated with the Sheriff’s Department jail. Eckford was serving a 16-year prison sentence for the following convictions in Milwaukee Circuit Court: Eckford was scheduled to be released the month he escaped. He previously served 5 years for armed Robbery. The prison, is a minimum security prison that is

Read More »

After 30 Years On The Job, Kenosha Deputy Police Chief To Retire: Q and A

After 30 years on the job, the Kenosha Police Department’s # 2 is hanging up his gun belt. Deputy Chief Tom Hansche announced his retirement officially on October 4, 2023 in a memo to the Chief. “This memo is to inform you that I will officially retire from the Kenosha Police Department on December 31, 2023…I have been blessed with many opportunities and I wish you and the department nothing but the best of success in

Read More »

Salem Lakes Fire Chief, Inspector, Intimidated Subordinates Not To Cooperate With Investigation: Document

In an explosive report released to KCE following a public records request, investigators outline an inquiry into misconduct that was obstructed by the former Salem Lakes Fire Chief and Fire Inspector. The eight-page report begins with an executive summary saying “Overall, following nearly two-dozen interviews and the review of hundreds of pages of communications and records, it could be determined significant deficiencies exist in the respective performances of the Fire Chief and Fire Marshal. However, as

Read More »

One Response

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Subscribe to updates

Get notified of new articles. We'll never share your email address.