Meeting set for May 11 about release of sex offenders into Wheatland

Local law enforcement and state officials will be hosting a meeting on May 11, at 6 p.m. to answer questions regarding the release of two sex offenders in Wheatland, the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department announced.

Representatives from the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department, the Wisconsin Department of Health and the Wheatland Town Constable will be present. The meeting will take place at the Wheatland Town Hall, located at 34315 Geneva Road, New Munster.

Members of these agencies will be in attendance to answer any questions the public may have, the KCSD media release said.



  1. Save Silver Lake Rescue Squad signs says:

    Look at what the area wants. I don’t want them close to Sliver Lake. Ask Sherriff Beth for guidance’s. They could cost Silver Lake money.

  2. West of 45 Citizen says:

    So, Wheatland residents get 48 hours notice through “West of the I” prior to the May 11 meeting at 6:00pm. Apparently, the authorities do not respect the rights of Wheatland citizens to weigh in there view points here. Have a look around folks, the inmates are full control of running the asylum!

  3. Nicole newnum says:

    I am a resident of the wheatland Mobil home community and I have 5 children of my own one of which is a young girl! I do not agree with having these men living anywhere near our home. I am willing to start a patition to have these men removed or banned from moving into our community! My one daughter is only 9 yrs old and I as well as other parents with small children are very very uncomfortable with this decision and fear for the safety of our children! Don’t we as the parents have a say so in this? These men made that choice to do something so horrible why should they have the right to live where they want or even near any children???? I am willing to do whatever it takes to stop this from happening!!!! Who is with me????

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