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Kenosha Police Cite 22 Men After Online Prostitution Sting – One Is A Kenosha Fire-Fighter


Kenosha Police wrote tickets to 22 men for soliciting prostitution. KPD didn’t want to divulge investigative strategies, but it is assumed that KPD detectives used fake Facebook accounts to conduct the sting. They cut all 22 men breaks, as this was their first time being charged. They could have been criminally charged, but KPD used its discretion and cited them instead. Among those cited was 34-year-old Andrew G. Belsky, a 7-year veteran of the Kenosha Fire Department. We spoke to Fire Chief Chris Bigley and he told us that the department is aware of this incident and they have recently began their internal investigation.

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Another notable name on the list is Thomas W. Anderson Sr. of Anderson and Anderson law office.

The men can pay the tickets or request a trial before the Kenosha Municipal Judge. Here is a list of these men:

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Louis W. Possenberg

Khaleb C. Titus

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Tae W. Sin

Ryan J. Stock

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Napoleon W. Yarber

Andrew G. Belsky

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Emmanuel I. Chavez-Galindo

Martin S. Najera-Garcia

Adam C. Miller

Jake N. Salas

Patrick J. Currah

Dale E. St. Clair

Christopher G. Roushia

Joseph L. Donabauer

Stephen Roeske

Scott G. Kopetsky

Anthony J. Bidney

Jon H. Klema

Kevin M. Fortner

Henry J. Agallar

Stephen W. Walsh

Thomas W. Anderson



Pritzker Military Museum and Library Ribbon Cutting – In Photos

The Pritzker Military Museum and Library celebrated its opening with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting today, May 25, 2024 at 11:00 a.m., just two days before this years’ Memorial Day. The museum was founded by billionaire philanthropist and retired Lieutenant Colonel Pritzker of the Pritzker family. The new building, built in Somers over the last few years is the new location for the museum, which was relocated from Chicago, IL, where Col. Pritzker’s brother is the Governor. About

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Now Hiring – Village Of Salem Lakes

The Village of Salem Lakes is under new leadership and the Village Board recently increased the pay for several positions. The benefits packages are among the best in the region. The Village is seeking: Village Clerk – Earns between $65,000 and $90,000 depending on qualifications. Click here to read the requirements, duties, and how to apply. Assistant to the Village Administrator – Earns between $60,000 and $90,000 depending on qualifications. Click here to read the requirements,

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Kenosha County Is A Leader In The State For Sending People To Prison – Why?

Wisconsin has sent 3,152 people to prison From April 1, 2023 to March 31, 2024. For the sake of this discussion, we are talking about “new sentences” only – not any other reason, such as probation and extended supervision revocations. KCE often refers to the Kenosha County DA’s office as “soft on crime.” That doesn’t sit well with Kenosha’s District Attorney, Michael Graveley (D). He believes KCE is cherry-picking data and challenged KCE to use objective

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16-Year-Old High School Student Pleads Not Guilty To Two Police Chases – Facing Almost 40 Years In Prison

A 16-year-old student at Indian Trail High School and Academy has been charged with four very serious felonies for two separate car chases that allegedly occurred on April 27, 2024. Sunny A. Patel was briefly charged as a juvenile, but quickly was waived into adult court. Patel was charged with two count of Attempting to Flee or Elude an Officer and two counts of First Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety. The former comes with a maximum prison

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Samantha Kerkman Delivers 2024 State of the County Address, Unveils New Logo For Kenosha County

Kenosha County Executive Samantha Kerkman presented her annual State of the County address to the County Board this evening, highlighting recent successes while unveiling a new county logo. “The State of Kenosha County is strong — and it’s looking better all the time,” Kerkman said, referencing a rebranding process more than a year in the making. The new logo, Kenosha County’s first since 1982, moves the county’s brand into the 21st century, Kerkman said. “The new

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Silver Lake Man Arrested, Charged For “Stalking” Women On Silver Lake Walking Trail

A multiple felon named Dale H. Lassiter of Silver Lake, was arrested Sunday, May 19, 2024 by the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department. The 28-year-old’s arrest occurred after a pair of allegedly sexually-related attacks on two separate women – Saturday and Sunday. Lassiter is behind bars, holding on two separate $1,000 cash bails. He needs to post $2,000 to be released pending trial. He was charged with fourth degree sexual assault, lewd and lascivious behavior, and two

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Salem Lakes Board Appoints Pete Poli To Vacant Trustee Position – Sworn In Tonight

The Salem Lakes Village Board appointed 51-year-old business owner Pete Poli to sit alongside them on the board. The vacancy was created by Kathryn “Kelly” Sweating as she resigned for health reasons. The board voted 5 to 1 to appoint Poli to the board. Poli was challenged by resident Doug Randolph. Both men were given the opportunity to answer several questions in writing before tonight’s meeting. They also gave opening statements and were asked questions by

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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16 Responses

  1. Can KCE rent a LARGE Billboard and post these names there.
    The shame factor, if that even exists anymore, may be more effective than the Municipal Citation.

  2. Well at least it wasn’t underage little girls like a certain food truck owner who operates in Kenosha and under the noses of KPD .

  3. I heard there was a sting in March as well and one included a former teacher. Any chance you can get those names too? I think they should all be put on blast

      1. And this is why I roll with you? because I don’t have to agree with you but you always tell the truth and I trust your sourcing. You are welcome to my barbecue sir anytime. I look forward to the follow-up story

        1. For the operation in March, these are the individuals who were issued municipal citations:
          Brent Mitchell
          Scott Ginkowski
          David Hiltpold
          Oyebode Aremu
          Ramiro Ortiz
          Ismael Rami
          Edward Bernas
          Daniel Wenzel
          Mason Berger
          Luis Delgado-Arias
          Robert Long
          Andrew Meinholz
          Dale Boske
          Alejandro Ortega
          Nicholas Weinkauf
          William Shenkenberg
          Randy Molbeck
          Nathaniel George was also arrested.  He had a prior charge so he was referred to circuit court on a misdemeanor.

  4. Being an “escort” was once a respected profession. If these guys were trying to score with underage girls or something then i could understand the negative spin but i don’t think it was as such ……. the attempt to demean these guys for merely seeking companionship is wrong & just more pain for their families yo deal with if they didn’t have enough as is.

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