A man who tried to sexually assault a woman was arrested by Madison Police on July 6th, Wednesday, at 2 a.m.
Marcus Thomas, 27, followed a 39-year-old woman from outside State St. bar, where he attempted the sexual assault. Authorities say the woman suffered serious head injuries after the attempt. She returned to State St. to try to get help after the attack and was taken to the hospital.
Police eventually caught up with Thomas near State and Gilman Streets. He resisted arrest and tried to punch an officer but missed. Thomas was charged with attempted first-degree sexual assault and resisting arrest.
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Vermont state senator Norman McAllister is on trial on two counts of sexual assault after his former legislative assistant testified on Wednesday that he forced her to have oral sex and intercourse at his farmhouse.
One of McAllister’s defense lawyers, David Williams, got the woman to acknowledge that she had changed key aspects of her story from what she told police on the day McAllister was arrested. The senator has maintained his innocence throughout the legal proceeding. Williams pointed to a pretrial deposition in which the woman said McAllister first sexually assaulted her the first day she started working on his farm. He contrasted it with her testimony earlier Wednesday that the first sexual assault did not occur until two or three weeks into her employment on the farm.
If you have survived a sexual assault, it is often a smart idea to file a lawsuit against the person or persons who assaulted you. Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® is a law firm with a team of qualified and compassionate Lake Geneva personal injury attorneys who can handle sexual assault cases. To discuss your legal options, contact our office at 800-242-7205.
A 19-year-old motorcyclist recently crashed his motorcycle and then fled the scene of the accident, leaving behind a 22-year-old female passenger who was injured. The crash occurred in Lake Geneva close to North Edwards Boulevard and Sheridan Springs Road.
A local police officer noticed a motorcycle speeding, and found it crashed shortly after. The female victim of the crash was taken to Lakeland Medical Center, and was then flown to Froedtert Hospital by Flight for Life. Fortunately, she is now in stable condition.
The 19-year-old driver was found after running from the accident scene on foot, and was taken to Walworth County Jail. He faces several charges including operator fleeing, eluding an officer, causing bodily harm, reckless driving, and driving with an invalid license.
Motorcycle accidents are extremely dangerous because of the limited protection these vehicles afford their riders. If you or someone you love has been injured in a motorcycle accident because of another party’s wrongdoing, we may be able to help you pursue both justice and compensation. Learn more by calling Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-7205 today.
Police are now searching for the dogs responsible for recently biting a man in Madison. The victim claimed that around 11:30 a.m. on Friday May 6, two pit bulls attacked him while he was jogging in James Madison Park.
Authorities from the Department of Public Health are gathering more information about the woman who owns the dogs, one of which is dark gray and the other of which is brown, as well. Authorities hope to find the two dogs and their owner before the dogs unleash another attack. The dog bite victim is expected to complete rabies vaccine shots if the dogs are not found.
Unfortunately, many people suffer serious injuries after being attacked by rabid dogs. If you or a loved one is attacked by a dog, working with a qualified lawyer is a viable option to help you receive the compensations you need for recovery. Find out how a Lake Geneva lawyer at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® may help you file damage claims against negligent pet owners by calling 800-242-7205.
Fisher Price has recalled its popular baby item, the Cradle ‘n Swing. The baby seat swings back and forth, gently rocking babies with a mobile overhead. Incidents of the peg, which holds the swing off the ground, falling out have been reported. When the peg falls out, the seat that holds the baby falls to the ground. Fortunately, no injuries have been reported.
Miniland has also recalled around 2,000 of their plush Moogy toys. The red button, located on the side of the toy, has reportedly fallen off many times. The button could cause a child to choke. Contact Miniland directly to learn how to get a refund and how to remove the button.
Luckily, no children have suffered due to either of these recalls, but parents shouldn’t have to endure the stress of worrying about their child’s safety when purchasing baby toys. If your child or infant has been injured due to a recalled toy, call Lake Geneva are personal injury lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® at 800-242-7205 to discuss the compensation your child or family may deserve.
In the afternoon of March 19, a 2003 Acura SUV was traveling in the westbound lane of State Highway 36 when it crossed over the center median and struck an oncoming 2006 GMC U-Haul truck, according to a news report from NBC 15. The collision happened just east of Overhill Court in the Town of Lyons.
Deputies from the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office attended to the crash and stated that the Acura had been driven by Philip Carney Jr., a 70-year-old man from Lake Geneva. He was critically injured in the wreck and was transported via Flight for Life to a nearby trauma center. His wife, 69-year-old Carol Carney, was taken to a local hospital after suffering minor injuries. The 52-year-old driver of the U-Haul truck, Donald Oliver Wilkens, was also taken to the hospital for minor injury treatment.
The news report stated that investigations into the crash are on-going.
If you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident in Lake Geneva, please seek the help of the experienced, caring attorneys at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ®. Call our office today at 800-242-7205 to learn more about what we can do to help.
Because of a deviation in standard processing procedures, Bumble Bee Foods, the parent company responsible for Bumble Bee Tuna, has issued a voluntary recall affecting 31,000 cases of the company’s “Chunk Light” tuna products. According to the FDA, a deviation occurred during the sanitation stage of processing, which could potentially result in product contamination. Such contamination could cause consumers to become ill.
The products included in this recall were sold during the month of February and include Bumble Bee Tuna’s 5-ounce Chunk Light Tuna in Water, single cans and four-packs, and single cans of 5-ounce Chunk Light Tuna in Oil. Affected products have can codes starting with the letter “T.” For a complete list of affected “best by” dates, you can click here.
Sadly, it is not uncommon for defective and contaminated food products to cause unsuspecting consumers to fall seriously ill. If you or someone you love has suffered because of a dangerous food product, let the experienced product liability lawyers at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® fight for you. Call us today at 800-242-7205 to learn more.
According to a report from WKOW released on February 14 and updated the next day, a single-vehicle crash occurred along Highway 151 near Blue Mounds on Valentine’s Sunday and led to the death of a 9-year-old boy.
According to the authorities at the Dane County Sheriff’s Office, a 2004 Nissan Armada that was being driven by a 38-year-old woman was traveling north on Highway 151 near Erbe Road when the driver lost control of the vehicle on the slippery road, causing the vehicle to veer off the road and roll over several times. The accident occurred at around 2:20 in the afternoon.
One of the four young passengers, a 9-year-old boy, was ejected from the vehicle during the collision. He was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident, and he sustained critical injuries. All occupants were transported to the University of Wisconsin Hospital, where the 9-year-old boy later died.
The accident remains under the investigation of the Sheriff’s Office.
On January 25, Lake Geneva News reported that a 51-year-old Shorewood resident and a 30-year-old Chicago resident were killed after a two-vehicle crash on STH 20 near STH 11 in Spring Prairie that occurred on January 23 at around 7:45 in the evening.
According to the authorities from the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office, the 30-year-old Chicago resident was travelling near a curve in the southbound lane of STH 20 when the vehicle drove over the median and hit another vehicle driven by 50-year-old Glendale resident David Laur. The 50-year-old Shorewood resident was Laur’s passenger.
Authorities stated that five individuals occupied the two vehicles. Every occupant of both cars was transported to a nearby hospital, where the Shorewood woman and Chicago man were later pronounced dead. The other occupants sustained injuries and were revealed to be in critical condition.
The authorities said that alcohol and speed played a part in the tragic crash, which remains under investigation.
A 65-year-old man from Darlington passed away after his farm tractor was hit from behind by a semi-truck at around 5:30 in the evening on Thursday, January 14. The accident took place on Highway 81 in Seymour, according to the Wisconsin State Journal.
Authorities from the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office stated that the man was driving his International Harvester, which was carrying a round bale of corn stalks at the time, when a 2009 Mack semi-truck driven by 45-year-old Timothy Klaas from Fennimore struck him from behind.
The collision ejected the driver of the tractor from his vehicle. When medical responders arrived at the scene, they found the 65-year-old man unresponsive. He was pronounced dead at the site of the collision. The driver of the semi-truck sustained minor injuries and was transported to the Memorial Hospital of Lafayette County for treatment. He has since been released, according to Sheriff Reg M. Gill.
The accident is still being investigated.