Afternoon News Brief - Aryanna Schneeberg of Campbellsport in stable conditon after being struck with arrowWisconsin News
-- A seven year old girl who was struck by an arrow in Campbellsport was hospitalized in stable condition this afternoon.
CAMPBELLSPORT - A seven year old girl who was struck by an arrow in Campbellsport was hospitalized in stable condition this afternoon.
Fond du Lac County authorities said Aryanna Schneeberg was walking with two or three other girls when she was hit in the back by the arrow. It happened late yesterday afternoon. A sheriff’s captain said the neighborhood was canvassed, and a bow and arrow and target were confiscated about 80 yards from where the child was hit. An investigation continues.
A 28-year old Madison man agrees to plead guilty to a lesser charge in a fatal stabbing, but he will still spend 18 years in prison. Bernard Brown Junior was scheduled to stand trial this week. He reversed field and pleaded no contest to second degree intentional homicide in the March 27th killing of 23-year old Clifton Jones Jr. Brown had been facing first degree homicide charges. He will be officially sentenced tomorrow. The dead man had reportedly been involved in a fight and was getting in a car when Brown stabbed him once in the heart. Brown also pleaded no contest to charges of reckless endangerment because he stabbed Courtney Miller in the forearm during the same fight.
Sometimes it’s best to leave well enough alone. An 18-year old woman who told Milwaukee police no one had a right to touch her just because she stole something now faces more charges. She has been arrested for theft, battery and obstruction, after giving a false birth date and a fictitious address. She had taken items worth $50 dollars from the Boston Store in Glendale May 16th. She is accused of putting them in a purse with a shielding device. When she was stopped she allegedly spit in the face of the loss prevention officer, then punched her, causing a minor injury. She was identified by her fingerprints, which were on file from previous arrests.
Now, Madison police say more than one shooter was involved in an incident early Saturday morning outside two bars on University Avenue. About 100 people were gathered outside Segredo and Johnny O’s Sports Lounge, with three of them suffering injuries. All were treated and released from Madison hospitals. Police say they have identified several persons of interest, but no arrests have been made yet. Investigators were able to use surveillance video of the scene to determine more than one gun was involved. Police say they are checking to see if the shooting is related to other incidents of violence in the city in recent days.