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Homicide Victim Identified As 20-Year-Old Julian Flores

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Julian Flores (20) of Kenosha
(Kenosha County Sheriff)

Kenosha Police have identified 20-year-old Julian Flores as the man shot dead Saturday evening. Flores was killed following a shooting that occurred just before 6:00 p.m. near the intersection of Sheridan and 42nd Street.

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Flores had racked up a large arrest and conviction record in his short time as an adult.

(2021) Felony Possession of Narcotic Drugs, and Possession of THC

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(2022) Felony Bail Jumping and Hit and Run

(2023) Domestic Battery, Domestic Abuse Disorderly Conduct

Open Cases: Felony Physical Abuse of Elder Person, Intentionally Causing Bodily Harm and one count of Domestic Abuse Disorderly Conduct.

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Lt. Joshua Hecker, Kenosha Police
(KPD)

According to Kenosha Police Lieutenant Josh Hecker, police were called to the intersection at about 5:59 p.m. for multiple reports of gunshots. Upon arrival officers located Flores with multiple gunshot wounds. Flores died from his injuries. The scene and immediate surrounding area remain secured as the investigation continues.

Anyone with information regarding this investigation is asked to contact the Kenosha Police Department Detective Bureau at 262-605-5203 or the Kenosha Area Crime Stoppers at 262-656-7333. Hecker said that this case is active and ongoing, and there are no further details that will be released at this time.

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    1. Stop every one man how would you feel if this was your kid I’m somewhat close to this case besides the point how would you feel if you was the mom how would you feel if you tried doing your best at raising a kid but when they become an adult you Can’t control them anymore they are there own person if they don’t live with you it’s not how you are raised all the time

  1. What does his criminal record have to do with anything. This is a young man who made poor choices in life. This is not a way for anyone to go. He was taken from his family.

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      1. Stop every one man how would you feel if this was your kid I’m somewhat close to this case besides the point how would you feel if you was the mom how would you feel if you tried doing your best at raising a kid but when they become an adult you Can’t control them anymore they are there own person if they don’t live with you it’s not how you are raised all the time

    1. It has a lot to do with how people react when they read of his choices so far in life. I’m glad he will be off the streets, and I hope the Police can find the shooter(s) to be turned over to the DA to be set free until the next shooting. At least when our waste of O2 DA lets a criminal off, their name goes out for the victim’s family & friends to deal with. Not a good system, but it’s all Kenosha has left. Never would have spiraled down to this if we’d only expanded the trolley and built a casino at the dog track. ;p

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  2. Julian pissed off the wrong guy. They probably decided to get justice without bothering with a joke of a Kenosha DA.

    He looks nuts. Whoever did this likely did society a favor.

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  3. One less person driving the system from the police to the DA to the assistant DA to the judges, the jailers and life in prison, so you cut your losses and move on

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  4. His mommy Chlamydia Arenas is in hot water too lately —- oops her name is Yuridia —- sounds like a roach-killing chemical —- CBS 58 has a typically crappy piece on this “nice kid” —- complete with old pre-thug pics 😂

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  5. he struggled mental health. his grandparents tried getting him help but the court wouldnt listen. all these things where happening due to his trauma and mental illness where he would black out. his mother i cannot defend since she treated him
    badly. but if anything the moral of this is we need better care in WI for mental health as it is a real big issues .

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    1. Sorry, no money for mental health issues, we spend it paying for the food rent and medical care for perfectly healthy people who don’t work unless you count reproduction

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