Four arrested and face charges in Paddock Lake burglaries

A tip about suspicious individuals in the neighborhood led to the arrest Monday of four suspects in break-ins at two Paddock Lake homes.

According to a Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department report: At 12:22 p.m., a deputy responded to a report of four suspicious male subjects walking through backyards on the west side of Paddock Lake. The deputy was able to locate and stop four individuals who fit the description at 66th Street and and 243rd Avenue. The individuals were all male and aged 19, 17, 17 and 15. All told the deputy they were students at Central High School, but were not at school for various reasons. During a pat down search by a deputy, one  individual was found to have a wood chisel, a screwdriver and a knife. All the other men also had knives and one also had a marijuana pipe. Other assisting deputies found two homes on 243rd Avenue that had signs of forced entry and damage inside. Damage included spray painted slogans and crude pictures. Three of the individuals gave statements to sheriff’s detectives implicating themselves and the other individual in the burglaries and damage to the properties. The other individual declined to give a statement.

Charges filed regarding the incident are:



  1. Anne says:

    The plural of knife is knives, not knifes.

  2. Matt says:

    IF convicted, they should throw the book at these kids! Society has no room for thieves! It has been my past experience that if you go light on these kids, they will not learn! They just never know who’s house they will break into..if nothing else, the judge may just be saving their lives by keeping them locked up!

  3. maureen says:

    thanks for the grammer lesson anne… the lesson i learned is to be more vigilant…and to watch out for our neighbors, those robbed probably do not care about spelling…

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