Oak Creek High School Basketball Coach Michael Jossie Charged With Two Counts Of Sexual Assault Of A Child

Jossie confessed to police that he had sex multiple times with a 15-year-old female student.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 13, 2017

Oak Creek, WI – On Friday, Michael Jossie, 39, was charged with two felony counts for 2nd-sexual assault of a child. If convicted, Jossie is facing up to 40 years in prison for each count and up to $100,000 in fines for each count, according to court records. A warrant was issued for Jossie’s arrest as of Friday.
According to the criminal complaint, the sexual affair came to light when a custodian noticed Jossie in a classroom with a 15-year-old female student who had her skirt up to her torso. The custodian reported the incident to school officials.
When police interviewed the female student, she told them that Jossie and her had been having an affair for over year and that they had sex multiple times. Jossie also confessed to police and confirmed that he had sex multiple times with the student.
The female student told police that he had also taken her to a hotel where they engaged in sex.
Jossie is listed on the Oak Creek a high School website as a teacher and a basketball coach. Tim Culver, the Oak Creek School District Superintendent confirmed that Jossie has been place on administrative leave.

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Deceased Victim Pulled From KK River In Milwaukee Identified As Ernesto Garcia

Garcia was pronounced deceased after being pulled from the Kinnickinnic River over the weekend along with another man who survived.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 12, 2017

Milwaukee, WI – One of two men who died after being pulled from the Kinnickinnic River has been identified as Ernesto Garcia, 43, according to family members. Milwaukee police pulled both men from the river last Saturday just after 5:00 p.m. A 36-year-old man is expected to survive.According to police, a death investigation in ongoing to determine what happened on October 7 that led to the death of Garcia. Milwaukee police officers and the Milwaukee Fire Department responded to the area of S. Chase Avenue and S. 1st Street for several subjects in the Kinnickinnic River. Garcia and a 36-year-old man were pulled from the river and Garcia was later pronounced deceased at a local hospital. The younger man was conveyed to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Police continue with the investigation, but the death does not appear to be suspicious at this time.

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Oak Creek High School Coach Michael Jossie Arrested For Inappropriate Touching Of Student

Jossie was taken into custody and multiple charges are pending against the Oak Creek High School basketball coach for inappropriate touching of a student.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 11, 2017

Oak Creek, WI – On Tuesday, Michael Jossie, 39, was taken into custody by the Oak Creek Police and booked into the Milwaukee County jail after he was arrested on allegations of inappropriate touching of a student. Police and Oak Creek school administrators learned of the allegations and informed parents that Jossie had been placed on administrative durties pending the outcome of the investigation. Police in the preliminary investigation determined that Jossie had made inappropriate contact with a student while on school property, according to the criminal complaint. Police continue to investigate whether Jossie had additional inappropriate contact with other students as well during school hours and after school.
Jossie is listed on the Oak Creek a high School website as a teacher and a basketball coach. Tim Culver, the Oak Creek School District Superintendent confirmed that Jossie has been place on administrative leave due an ongoing investigation by the school district and police.

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Wisconsin State Senate Hearing Scheduled To Discuss Proposed Anti-immigrant Sanctuary City Bill SB 275/AB 190

State Senate will hold a hearing on anti-immigrant “Sanctuary City” bill SB 275/AB 190 in Madison.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 9, 2017

Madison, WI – On Thursday, the State Senate Committee on Labor and Regulatory Reform will hold a hearing on anti-immigrant “Sanctuary City” bill SB 275/AB 190 at 9:30 a.m., room 412 East at the State Capitol, which is open to the public. If approved, the Sanctuary City bill will prohibit resolutions, ordinances and policies that prohibit the enforcement of federal immigration federal laws by local and county governments, which would also allow elected officials to take legal action for non-compliance and provide a penalty to reduce share revenue payments.
The SB 275/AB 190 Relating to: prohibiting local ordinances, resolutions, and policies that prohibit the enforcement of federal or state law relating to illegal aliens or immigration status, authorizing certain elective officeholders to commence an enforcement action, providing a reduction in shared revenue payments, and creating governmental liability for damages caused by illegal aliens.
The Sanctuary City bill is being pushed forward by anti-immigrant State Republican Senators who sponsored the bill including State Assembly Republican Representatives. State Senators Nass, Stroebel, Craig and Vukmir; cosponsored by State Representatives Spiros, Kremer, E. Brooks, Edming, Gannon, Jacque, Mursau, Neylon, Quinn, Skowronski, Tusler, Weatherston and Hutton.

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FedEx Charging Between $400 to $593 To Ship 51lbs. Of Food In A Box To Puerto Rico

Many Puerto Ricans in the U.S. are left astonished to discover that sending a package to Puerto Rico today will cost up to $500.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 8, 2017

U.S.A. – FedEx has been exposed by several people of Puerto Rican descent in the U.S.A. including in Milwaukee, Wisconsin of price gouging when sending small boxes of nonperishable food to Puerto Rico, according to several Facebook users in the U.S. FedEx employee doesn’t know, if the price gouging is due to the Hurricane Maria effect and devastation.
Sly Chispa on October 6 posted on her Facebook (FB) account that “FedEx is price gouging their prices just to send food or any items to Puerto Rico they wanted to charge me $593 or $400 depending on the date two small packages this is disgusting unbelievable boycott FedEx.” Chispa also posted a recorded video on her FB where the FedEx employee explains the flat rate prices. To send a box weighting at 51 lbs. of nonperishable food to Puerto Rico it would cost flat rate of $593 to get there by Tuesday and $400.91 by Wednesday, October 11 at 5p.m., according to the FedEx employee.
On October 5, FedEx posted on their FB account that “Today we’re teaming up with the Pittsburgh Pirates to deliver more than 150,000 pounds of hurricane relief supplies to the people of Puerto Rico. Flight 9121 honors the memory of beloved Pirate #21, Roberto Clemente, who lost his life on a relief mission to earthquake-ravaged Nicaragua in 1972…”

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Wisconsin Man Facing Charges For Having An AR-15 And One Handgun In Vehicle Near Chicago’s O’Hare Airport

32-year-old man from Wisconsin was taken into custody during a traffic stop for speeding by Chicago police when several weapons were found in his vehicle shortly after leaving the O’Hare International Airport.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 8, 2017

Chicago, Illinois – On Saturday, Santos Zamora, 32, of Sheboygan, Wisconsin is facing a felony charge for having several weapons, an AR-15 including a handgun in his vehicle while speeding in the City of Chicago. Zamora had just dropped off a friend just before 8 a.m. at the O’Hare International Airport when police notice that he was speeding while leaving the airport area.
When police conducted a traffic stop for speeding at the 5600 block of N. Cumberland Ave. and searched Zamora’s vehicle, they found a handgun in front and an AR-15 in the trunk of the vehicle including a pressure cooker. The pressure cooker had food particles and police don’t believe that Zamora was threat.
Zamora was arrested and cooperated with police and federal authorities who were notified about the pressure cooker and weapons. Two other passengers with Zamora were detained for questioning and were later released. Zamora was booked by Chicago police for one felony count for aggravated use of a unlawful loaded weapon and was cited for speeding between 15 to 20 MPH over the speed limit and having no auto insurance, according to Chicago police.

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Several Milwaukee Groups Shared West Chicago Relief Aid Donations Destine For Puerto Rico

Marquette University Latino students and Faith Embassy Church were able to share donations from a full trailer of relief aid that arrived in Milwaukee, which included clothing, nonperishable food, water and other items destine for Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 5, 2017

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – On Thursday, Martin Jimenez, the owner of Candela’s Bar and Hall confirmed, that the last load of nonperishable food, water, clothing and other items estimated at more than $50,000 were finally picked up by members of the Faith Embassy Church on Wednesday from the temporary storage space at his hall. Jimenez thanked all the volunteers who helped unload a 53 foot trailer full of donations from a West Chicago church sent to Milwaukee destine for the Hurricane Maria victims in Puerto Rico. Jimenez and his wife Claudia were more than happy to accommodate such a huge load of donations to help the local Puerto Rico community as well. The food donations arrived in Milwaukee about a week ago and was transported free of cost by JR Transport Inc. from the Faith, Life and Hope Church in West Chicago, which has now been successfully distributed to several groups in Milwaukee that included Marquette University Latino students. Cristofer Borghese from the Marquette University student group confirmed to Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) that they were able to pick up some of the donations from Candela’s to sent to Puerto Rico via United for Puerto Rico. Also, Pastor Liz Feliciano from Faith Embassy told HNNUSA that the donations that they picked up from Candela’s will be sorted out and packaged, then transported to Chicago by the RL Carriers from Milwaukee to be sent to Puerto Rico. Feliciano’s husband works at RL Carriers.
Last week, it took about 3 hours to unload the donations at Candela’s for temporary storage and were destine to Puerto Rico, according to Rosa Figueroa and Virginio Miranda from Acción Ciudadana de Wisconsin who organized the relief effort.
The West Chicago donations for Puerto Rico originated from the Faith, Life and Hope Church in West Chicago, which one of the lead organzers, Juan Sánchez of Chicago approved the transport of donations to Milwaukee in coordination with Miranda. Pastor José Sigfredo Landaverde confirmed that more than 900 tons for food, water, clothing and other donations have been collected from the surrounding Chicago metropolitan community.
Pastor Landaverde released the following statement, “We are informing all of the community that we have gathered more than 900 hundred tons of donation goods that will be giving out to the victims affected by the earthquake that hit Mexico City and surrounding states. All the donations will be sent out to all of the affected areas by the earthquake. We are reaching out thru this media source to thank everyone that collaborated and helped in this cause. America Carrillo had Informed us that we Will be continuing helping the people affected in Mexico’s affected states and also Puerto Rico. We are reaching all media sources to make public one of the biggest accomplishment by DuPage County.”
According to Sánchez, at least 30 trailers full of donations were able to be filled and more donations continue to arrive at the church in West Chicago. The Faith, Life and Hope church has become the epi-center of food donations. The church group in West Chicago has also distributed donations to Houston, Texas, Florida and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Miranda confirmed that he was able to bring an additional car loads of food donations from Waukegan, Illinois to Milwaukee destine to Puerto Rico. Some of those donations are temporarily stored at El Conquistador Newspaper office, according to Victor Huyke, the Publisher who took the donations for storage.
Figueroa, Borghese and Huyke are of Puerto Rico descent, and Miranda, Sánchez and the Jimenez family from Candela’s Bar and Hall are of Mexico descent.

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