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Class of ’63 grad to join Port High Hall of Fame in Friday ceremony PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 22 April 2015 20:06

Port Washington High School will name 1963 graduate Sandi Stroessner Van Sistine, a self-described visionary, entrepreneur and advocate for justice, to its Wall of Fame during an assembly on Friday, April 24.

    The 1:15 p.m. event, which will be held in the school gym, is open to the public. A reception will follow.

    After graduating from Port High, Van Sistine enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, where she studied until 1967.

    She put her education on hold, married Gary Van Sistine and moved to Green Bay, where she helped found the Brown County Task Force on Hunger.

    In 1978, she earned a bachelor’s degree in communications and the arts from UW-Green Bay. While at the university, according to Van Sistine’s resume, she became more involved in “peace and justice issues, finding that my heart could hardly stand the hurt I felt for the underdogs.”

    Van Sistine and her husband founded an advertising agency as she continued her volunteer work by spending the summer of 1994 doing missionary work in the mountains of West Virginia and a week on the Gulf Coast in 2005 helping victims of Hurricane Katrina.

    At the same time, Van Sistine was working to create a nonprofit art studio in Green Bay. In 2006, the ARTgarage opened in an old canning factory. The studio has grown to become a 50,000-square-foot facility dedicated to promoting visual, performing and literary arts.

    Van Sistine and her husband live in Green Bay and have three children and two grandchildren.

 
Preparedness exercises to be held this weekend PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 15 April 2015 20:40

The Ozaukee County Sheriff’s Department’s Division of Emergency Management, the Wisconsin National Guard 157th Brigade, the Town of Cedarburg and Village of Grafton will hold emergency preparedness exercises at several sites in Cedarburg, Grafton and the Town of Fredonia this weekend.

Exercises will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 17, and Saturday, April 18.

As part of the exercises, the Emergency Management Division will hold tours of its equipment at Fireman’s Park in Cedarburg from 1:30 to 5 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

The Wisconsin National Guard will help assess emergency responses related to a tornado or severe weather-related emergency.Daily-Press

For more information, contact Scott Ziegler at 238-8398.

 
Heroin problem to be discussed April 21 at OHS PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 15 April 2015 20:38

With heroin use still on the rise in Ozaukee County, officials have planned an educational discussion titled “Why Today’s Teens are Most at Risk for Drug Use,” which will be held from 7 to 8:45 p.m. Tuesday, April 21, at Ozaukee High School.

The discussion will include county representatives from the district attorney’s office, Sheriff’s Drug Unit and technology experts.

Recovering individuals and families affected by drug abuse will also be part of the discussion.

The program is open to parents and students in grades 6 to 12.Daily-Press

Ozaukee High School is at 401 Highland Dr., Fredonia. For more information, contact Starting Point of Ozaukee at 375-1110 or 284-3144 or e-mail This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 
Drunken driver who hit house sentenced to 3 years in prison PDF Print E-mail
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Written by BILL SCHANEN IV   
Wednesday, 15 April 2015 20:36

Judge rejects defense attorney’s request that Port man serve time in county jail

    A repeat drunken driver who crashed his pickup truck into a Port Washington house on his way home from a bar in April 2014 was sentenced last week to three years in prison.

    Kevin J. Crandall, 45, of Port Washington, who pleaded no contest to a felony charge of first-degree recklessly endangering safety and misdemeanor third offense drunken driving in February, was also ordered by Ozaukee County Circuit Judge Joseph Voiland to serve five years of extended supervision after being released from prison.    

    The question during the Thursday, April 9, sentencing hearing wasn’t whether Crandall should be incarcerated for a substantial period of time but where he should serve his time.

    Prison, District Attorney Adam Gerol said, is where Crandall belongs because of the profound recklessness of his crime.

    Gerol noted that a husband and wife and their two children were home and getting ready for bed when Crandall’s truck hit their house. A man and his daughter who were taking an evening walk ran from the street when they saw Crandall’s truck hit a parked car, then continue toward them, he said.

    Gerol also noted that Crandall’s blood alcohol level was 0.39%, nearly five times higher than the legal threshold of 0.08%.

    “There’s an argument that any operating while intoxicated case involves recklessly endangering safety. I think that’s true,” he said. “But charging this matter in this fashion contemplates something more than that.

    “At a .39%, he was a foreseeable and present danger to everyone around him.”

    But Richard Schmidt, a former longtime Wisconsin Department of Corrections employee who now works as a sentencing consultant for Cedar Creek Counseling, testified that the court system could meet all its obligations by sentencing Crandall to the county jail for between 12 and 15 months.

    Such a sentence would adequately punish Crandall, serve as a deterrent to other would-be drunken drivers, allow him to continue out-patient counseling and, with Huber work-release privileges, allow him to support his family and meet his other obligations, said Schmidt, who was hired by Crandall’s lawyers to conduct a presentence investigation.

    “That will definitely protect the community and not depreciate the seriousness of the offense,” Schmidt said. “He’s accepting responsibility and is motivated in treatment to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”

    Crandall’s wife and his lawyer, Michael Penkwitz, both described Crandall as a caring husband and father who worked hard to provide for his family. He has a job and would be able to continue to provide for his family if he was sent to jail, they said. But if he was sent to prison, he and his family would lose the home they have owned for decades, his wife said.

    Voiland, however, adopted Gerol’s recommendation.

    “You might lose your house, but you won’t lose your family,” Voiland told Crandall, adding that it is noteworthy his family has remained intact despite the stress of the drunken driving incident and criminal case.

    Voiland also did as Gerol recommended by making Crandall eligible for the Earned Release Program, which gives qualifying inmates the opportunity for early release if they participate in an alcohol and drug treatment program designed to reduce recidivism.

    Crandall was arrested on April 22, 2014, after he left Grand Avenue Saloon in Port Washington in his pickup truck just before 9 p.m.

    He drove west on Grand Avenue before heading north on North Spring Street, where he crossed the center line and hit a parked car. He then continued north and hit the home of Derek and Pam Strohl, knocking it off its foundation.

    Port Washington resident Bill Henkle and his daughter had been walking in the area and took cover behind the Strohl house when they saw Crandall’s truck coming toward them.

    “My house just kind of blew up around me,” Mr. Strohl said during Crandall’s sentencing hearing. “It was like a bomb went off.”

    Mr. Strohl said his wife and children, who were getting ready for bed at the time, were terrified but not injured. Daily-Press

    “Mr. Crandall’s recklessness could have easily resulted in multiple deaths,” he said.

    Crandall apologized to the Strohls in court.

    “I’m truly sorry for what has occurred,” he said. “Your welfare has been in my thoughts and prayers.”

    Penkwitz noted that Crandall’s insurance has covered the cost of repairs to the Strohls’ house.

    Crandall asked that he be sentenced to jail so he can continue to support his family and fulfill his other obligations. He told Voiland he has a “life-long commitment to sobriety.”



 
Former Sheboygan official accused in sex assault of boy PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 15 April 2015 20:36

    A former Sheboygan alderman who is charged in Sheboygan County with sexually assaulting a teenage boy is now accused of doing the same thing in Port Washington.

    Kevin S. MatiChek, 33, of Sheboygan, was charged last week in Ozaukee County Circuit Court with felony counts of sexual assault of a child and repeated sexual assault of a child.

    According to the criminal complaint, MatiChek assaulted a 15-year-old boy from Saukville in August 2002 and between September 2002 and March 2003.

    The boy told authorities he met MatiChek while he was working at Dairy Queen in Port Washington, and that after work he and MatiChek were walking on the breakwater when MatiChek kissed him, the complaint states.

    Two weeks later, the boy said, MatiChek had sex with him. He said the assaults continued for years and occurred at Dairy Queen after business hours, his home, various movie theaters and Cedarburg High School, according to the complaint.

    The boy said that when he turned 16, MatiChek remarked he was happy because if he was caught having sex with the boy now, the criminal penalties would not be as severe because the teen was a year older, the complaint states.

    MatiChek is charged in Sheboygan County with repeated sexual assault of a child, five counts of possession of child pornography and accepting a bribe as a public official. Daily-Press

    The bribery charge stems from an allegation that MatiChek coerced a victim into having sex with him in exchange for a favorable ruling by a City of Sheboygan committee on the teen’s bartending license.

    MatiChek is currently being held in the Sheboygan County jail on $75,000 bail, according to online court records.

 
Diamond wins fight to quash evidence of stabbing talk PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 08 April 2015 21:23

Judge won’t allow testimony about comment before Port bar fight that led to felony charge

    Whether Dustin Diamond alluded to stabbing someone just hours before allegedly doing exactly that on Christmas at the Grand Avenue Saloon in Port Washington won’t be an issue in the trial of the man best known for playing Screech on the 1990s television show “Saved by the Bell.”

    Ozaukee County Circuit Judge Paul Malloy last week denied a motion filed by District Attorney Adam Gerol seeking to call witnesses who would testify Diamond said something to the effect of “Don’t make me stab someone on Christmas night” after a failed attempt to engage patrons of another Port Washington bar in a drinking game about two hours before the stabbing.dustinLG

    In his motion, Gerol argued that what Diamond said at the Patio Bar and Grill would help prove he planned to stab someone that night and what happened at the Grand Avenue Saloon wasn’t an accident.

    “The defendant at an early point and time articulated some plan to pull out his knife and use it if there was a confrontation,” Gerol said during the Thursday, April 2, motion hearing.

    Then, Gerol said, Diamond followed through on his plan, “electing to use deadly force in a non-deadly confrontation.”

    But Diamond’s attorney, Thomas Alberti, said the testimony Gerol sought to introduce at trial would be prejudicial and unreliable — the product of brothers who came forward only after the stabbing story went viral, then changed their stories.

    “If this evidence is allowed, it’s so prejudicial to this case. I think it would taint the whole trial,” Alberti said. “We’d have to have six to eight more witnesses. It would be a trial in a trial. It would confuse the jury.”

    Alberti then clarified his strategy, saying there will be no debate about whether the stabbing was accidental.

    “It wasn’t an accident. We’re not saying it was a mistake,” he said. “We will be claiming self defense — absolutely.”

    Malloy reasoned that what was said at the Patio does not shed light on the stabbing at Grand Avenue, at least not to the extent it would outweigh its prejudicial effect on the case.

    “This (Patio incident) is really not very probative of anything that happened in Grand Avenue,” Malloy said. “It’s kind of like comparing apples to oranges.”

    Diamond, 37, of Port Washington, is charged with one felony count of second-degree recklessly endangering safety and misdemeanor counts of carrying a concealed weapon and disorderly conduct-use of a dangerous weapon in connection with the Grand Avenue incident.

    Last week’s hearing, however, focused on what happened before Diamond and Amanda Schutz, 27, who Alberti referred to as Diamond’s wife, arrived at Grand Avenue Saloon.

    At about 9:15 p.m., the couple were at the Patio when Diamond gave a man who was at the bar with his brothers a bottle of Smirnoff Ice, a citrus-flavored malt beverage that is the subject of a drinking game called “icing,” according to Gerol’s motion. When a person is given a bottle of Smirnoff Ice, they are supposed to get down on one knee and drink it.

    The problem was the recipient of Diamond’s icing overture didn’t want to play, and eventually the man’s brother told Diamond he wasn’t going to drink the Smirnoff. That’s when Diamond walked to the middle of the bar and said, “Don’t make me stab someone on Christmas,” Gerol’s motion states.

    Diamond and Schutz eventually left the Patio and went to Grand Avenue Saloon.

    At 11:15 p.m. on Christmas, police were called to the bar for a reported stabbing. During a preliminary hearing in January, officer Ryan Hurda testified that by the time he arrived, Diamond, Schutz and the victim, Casey Smet, who suffered a knife wound to the right side of his chest near his armpit, were gone.

    He said bartender Mark Mueller told him he saw Diamond holding a knife and told him to put it down. Diamond refused and left the bar with Schutz.

    Security video from the tavern shows Schutz get up from the bar where she and Diamond were seated, walk over to a group of people and confront a woman, Hurda said.

    Schutz, who was apparently upset that the woman was taking photos of her and Diamond, told police she shoved the woman, who retaliated by punching her, and a scuffle ensued, according to the criminal complaint.

    When Diamond attempted to intervene, he was pushed “forcefully” by Smet, Hurda said.

    Smet’s brother Craig said he pulled his brother away from Diamond when he heard the “snap of a knife,” Hurda said.

    “The fight is pretty much over by that point,” the officer testified. “That’s when Mark Mueller observes the knife in Dustin Diamond’s hand.”

    Smet said he was attempting to apologize to Diamond for an earlier confrontation between his girlfriend and Schutz when Diamond came toward him. Smet said he pushed Diamond, then his brother pulled him away, Hurda said.

    Smet said Diamond swung at him but he didn’t realize Diamond had a knife or that he had been stabbed until later. Smet, who was not seriously injured, was eventually treated by members of an ambulance crew at his house.

    “There was a fair amount of blood on his (Smet’s) sweater and white T-shirt,” Hurda said.

    Diamond told police that he brandished his knife “to deter the individuals who he believed were endangering his fiance, Amanda Schutz,”  and when he was pushed by Smet, he made a “swooping movement with his arm,” Hurda said.

    According to the criminal complaint, Diamond said he did not intentionally stab Smet but chaos broke out, people were grabbing him and he swung his arms to break free.

    Schutz is charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct in connection with the bar fight. Both she and Diamond have pleaded not guilty.

    During last week’s hearing, Malloy noted it will undoubtedly be challenging to find jurors who are not aware of the charges against the former TV actor.

    “I think everybody in this county is aware of this case,” he said.

    What’s important, Malloy said, is to find jurors who can be impartial despite having read and watched news of the case.

    Malloy, Gerol and Alberti agreed that a questionnaire should be sent to prospective jurors to aid the jury selection process.

    Malloy scheduled a hearing for May 11, 10 days after the questionnaires are to be returned, to determine if the trial will start on May 27 as planned.

    


       

 
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