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Accused Murderer Chrystul Kizer No-Show Today In Court For New Charges – Still Wanted On Two Warrants

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Empty Defendant’s Table At Kenosha Circuit Intake Court Today
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Chrystul Kizer, out on a $400,000 bail awaiting trial for murder, arson, and other serious felonies, is facing four new felony charges in Kenosha and a misdemeanor charge in Milwaukee. Chrystul Kizer did not appear today at 1 p.m. as promised, to account for her new felony case consisting of three counts of bail jumping. Kizer’s defense team had scheduled Kizer to surrender herself to intake court, but the 23-year-old accused murderer was a no-show.

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New Bail Jumping Charges:

  1. Prosecutors allege that Kizer violated her bond by committing battery to her boyfriend.
  2. Prosecutors allege that Kizer violated her bond by committing disorderly conduct.
  3. Prosecutors allege that Kizer violated her bond by resisting police officers.
  4. Prosecutors allege that Kizer violated her bond by failing to update the court with her new address.

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Kenosha County ADA Zachary Brost and District Attorney Mike Graveley In Court Today
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

The two prosecutors on the case, Kenosha County Assistant District Attorney Zachary Brost, and District Attorney Mike Graveley were in court today at the scheduled time. Kizer’s attorneys were also present. Graveley spoke to Kizer’s attorneys several times and reported back that Kizer was not present. There was a larger than normal presence from Sheriff’s Department Department as Kizer was likely to be taken into custody today.

Each felony count of bail jumping carries with it a maximum sentence of six years in the Wisconsin Prison System if convicted. Milwaukee police arrested Kizer, but she was released at the order of the Milwaukee County DA’s office.

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Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Heather Iverson In Court Today
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

While awaiting Kizer’s appearance, Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Heather Iverson heard another case. Around 1:45 pm, a joint decision by the state and defense was made to abandon hope for Kizer’s arrival. Commissioner Iverson held an off-the-record discussion with the parties, agreeing to adjourn the scheduled appearance and allow the $40,000 warrant to remain in place. Kizer is still wanted and could be considered armed and dangerous.

Kizer’s attorney, Jennifer Bias, told KCE that she couldn’t disclose Kizer’s whereabouts and that Kizer couldn’t get transportation for today’s appearance.

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Sheriff Zoerner and Deputies (Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Kenosha County District Attorney Mike Graveley In Court Today
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

Graveley’s office has asked Kizer’s bail amount to be raised to $1,000,000, the same amount that was set by a court commissioner back in 2018. Judge David WIlk lowered to bail to $400,000, which was posted by out-of-state liberal groups. According to Graveley, Judge Wilk has not yet scheduled a hearing date to hear bail arguments.

David Melton – Chrystul Kizer’s Boyfriend, Convicted Felon and Sex Offender
(Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry)

Kizer was arrested after she got into an argument with her live-in boyfriend, David Melton. Originally, the Milwaukee County DA’s office decided not to issue charges against Kizer, even with her crimes being caught on camera. KCE emailed the embattled Milwaukee DA John Chisholm (D) who ignored our email and instead, charged Kizer with a lone count of disorderly conduct. Melton spent more than five years in prison for two felony convictions of “causing mental harm to a child.” The charges were pled down in Milwaukee Circuit Court from “1st Degree Child Sex Assault – Sexual Contact with Person under Age of 13.” He is a registered sex offender. In January of 2017, a then 41-year-old Melton was caught sexually assaulting his own 11-year-old daughter by his 19-year-old girlfriend. The little girl was molested repeatedly by Melton, but the soft-on-crime Milwaukee County criminal justice system only put him in prison for five years.

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The Kenosha County DA’s office wants Kizer’s bond to be reinstated to $1,000,000 saying:

“The defendant’s actions cause concern for both the appearance of the defendant in court, as well as protection of members of the community from serious harm, as the defendant is alleged to have engaged in additional acts of violence subsequent to her release from custody.”

Activist District Attorney of Milwaukee County John Chisholm (D)

On January 7, 2024, City of Milwaukee Police Officers Joseph Carlson and Ryan Fekete were dispatched to 2453 N. 17th Street, Unit #7, in the City of Milwaukee, County of Milwaukee, for a battery complaint. The original 911 caller was Chrystul Kizer. Kizer, who reported that a male put his hands on her and tried to rape her. Kizer also disclosed that Melton is a child molester. In the background, a male voice could be heard yelling, “stop hitting me”. Kizer would not stop screaming on the call.

Upon arriving on scene, Officers Carlson and Fekete knocked on the door of Unit 7. Kizer opened the door and the officers were immediately met with Kizer and the male resident of the apartment, Melton, arguing. The officers separated Kizer and Melton.

Kizer reported that she recently learned that Melton was a convicted child sex offender and Kizer accused Melton of lying when Melton told Kizer why Melton was on supervision. While on scene, the police attempted to keep Kizer and Melton separated, but Kizer continued to yell and swear at Melton. On multiple occasions Kizer refused police commands to remain separated.

An argument between Kizer and Melton ensued over who owned a cell phone. Kizer claimed the cell phone was hers and attempted to wrestle the cell phone away from Melton. Melton handed the cell phone to police. The cell phone had multiple messages sent to “Chrystul”. When confronted with this information, Kizer said that she does weird shit because she was locked up for two years for killing a pedophile. Kizer denied attempting to snatch the phone from Melton’s hands despite officers just witnessing Kizer do so in their presence.

Melton asks the officers to allow Melton to get his keys and his wallet so that he can leave the residence. As the officers attempted to keep Kizer and Melton separated, Melton was confrontational multiple times with the police. At one point, Kizer was moving a tote with a baseball bat inside of it. Kizer told Melton, “go get your shit before I hit you with this mother fucking bat”. The police warned Kizer that if Kizer engaged in any further threats of violence, Kizer would go to jail.

Melton could not find his car keys in the residence. Melton believed that the last place he had his car keys was inside of his jeans. During this time, Kizer continued to use abusive and profane language against Melton. The police repeatedly instructed Kizer to calm down and relax, as Kizer was repeatedly yelling at the police. The police warned Kizer again, that if Kizer continued to yell and act belligerently, Kizer would be arrested and go to jail.

Throughout the entire encounter, Officers Carlson and Fekete worked to diffuse the situation and keep Kizer away from Melton.

As Melton continued to look for his car keys to leave, Melton and the police started examining Kizer’s belongings that were in a tote container. In response, Kizer lunged at Melton and attempted to strike Melton in the face directly in front of police. After receiving multiple warnings from police, and continuing to engage in abusive conduct in front of police, ultimately culminating in swinging at another human being in the direct presence of police, Kizer was placed under arrest.

As Kizer was being arrested, Kizer physically resisted police and used Kizer’s body weight to go down to the ground and resist. The officers yelled for Kizer to put her hands behind her back as Kizer continued to resist.

Thereafter, Kizer called out for Melton, asking for help and referring to Melton as her husband. Kizer continued to yell out Melton’s name as Kizer was being removed from the apartment building, all of which caused a disturbance within the building. Once outside, a citizen witness intervenes and tells Kizer that she needs to calm down and the police will not be able to help Kizer if she continues to yell at the police.

After Kizer was arrested, Officer Carlson interviewed Melton. Melton disclosed that Kizer repeatedly struck and scratched Melton without consent on the above date, at the above location. Melton also reported that Kizer threw a chair at Melton resulting in Melton sustaining an injury to Melton’s leg. Officer Carlson observed injuries on Melton’s body consistent with Melton’s report.

Chrystul Kizer In Court Recently
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)
Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Heather Iverson In Court Today
(Photo by Kevin Mathewson, Kenosha County Eye)

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  • 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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30 Responses

  1. I fess up. I haven’t read this but
    If John Chisholm is attached to this I know it isn’t going to be good for anyone – especially constitutionally based lawyers. We saw his crap with walker.
    Listened to the stories of real people having their homes raided, things taken and false info put to the press… nope this ain’t gonna be good.

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  2. I hope the police do not kill her. It would solve their problem and I would not put it past some of them.

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    1. It’s sad, but she deserves it!!! If it does come to that we’ll have the BLM pricks burning shit down again just because they have an excuse to. This race card shit needs to stop! Only approximately 14% of our population committing well over have of violent crimes in this country says it all about the black race!! Police, the media, libtarded dumocratic jackasses need to stop catering to the black communities!!!

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  3. This is what happens when you let murderers out on bail. It will be unlikely you will ever get her to appear in court. The same thing happened to a friend of mine. Her daughter’s abusive, bank-robbing ex-boyfriend has been in the wind for over a year–all because they had a laughable bond

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  4. this would never happen to a white woman. racist kenosha, the city known for race riots and cops shooting an unarmed colored folk seven times in the back. bets country ever

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    1. Blake deserved the rest of the magazine IN THE FACE! Take your fake racism and shove it. That word has no meaning anymore.

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    2. You’re right. A white woman wouldn’t have been able to use her privilege of diversity to have bond lowered by 60%, so that a bunch of activist groups could post bail.

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    3. Shove your race card up your asshole! You get what you deserve! The black race is mostly animalistic! Look at the neighborhoods!!! 🤪🤪🤪

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  5. Kizer is as guilty as sin. She claims to be a victim…but she is not….however, you’d better watch out for Heather Beasy…the lady in the first pic, sitting to the rear of Gravely. She is the victim witness manager who calls the shots in the DA office.

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  6. It’s sad, but she deserves it!!! If it does come to that we’ll have the BLM pricks burning shit down again just because they have an excuse to. This race card shit needs to stop! Only approximately 14% of our population committing well over have of violent crimes in this country says it all about the black race!! Police, the media, libtarded dumocratic jackasses need to stop catering to the black communities!!!

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    1. Ya. How dare people who knows she’s guilty and are speaking on her multiple warrants are racist. Look in the mirror

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    2. You spelled “people who spit facts” wrong. If facts hurts your feelings, thats your problem.

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  7. But she promised to show up for court. How freaking stupid are our prosecutors and judges? They should be jailed until she shows up.

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  8. Does it really suprise anyone that she didn’t show? She will never voluntarily walk into another courtroom, next time she will get arrested, get bailed out and be back on the street, lather, rinse, repeat thanks to the soft on crime DA’s, prosecuters and activist judges.

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  9. And nothing will happen to her because so many believe the lie she is a victim. Then we can continue to hear how the system is “racist” as a murderer was lowered bail, bailed out, and now a warrant. Liberal is a disease

  10. Kala says,

    1. This is your Social Justice in action.
    2. Criminals walk free, no cash bail, liberal District Attorneys and Judges reduce or dismiss charges and do not hold violent people in custody until their trial date.
    3. Reap what you sow, unless you are Brian I. Harris IV, then you just sow your seed and disappear.

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