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Law enforcement stretched thin

It was over the hills and through the woods for Kewaunee County law enforcement over the weekend as they responded to several calls in an approximately 12-hour span beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday. Vehicles in ditches, welfare checks, a child runaway, and an injured hunter highlighted the busy evening, which saw four to five officers from different agencies have to work together to respond to every call. Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski applauded the officers and the community for their help making sure everyone was safe.

Joski says there were no further updates on the people involved in the over dozen incidents that occurred, but specifically thanked Scott Fenendael for helping a retrieve an injured hunter in the township of Ahnapee with his ATV.

 

 

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