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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

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


  • 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.


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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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