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Local News Briefs Wednesday 11/27/13

27-Nov-2013

Bond Set For Van Norman

 

Jason G. Van Norman had a $500,000 cash bond set in Fond du Lac County Court on Tuesday.  He is charged with First Degree Reckless Homicide and Manufacture/Delivery of Heroin stemming from the death of Devin S. Perry on October 12th, 2012.

 

Nance Suspects In Court

 

Two women arrested in suspected connection to the disappearance of 37-year-old Timothy Nance are scheduled to appear in Fond du Lac County Court based on writ of habeas corpus filed by the Public Defender’s office on Tuesday morning.  The two women were arrested last week in connection with the disappearance of Nance earlier this month.  Nance is still missing and authorities suspect he is dead.  The hearing is set for 11am.

 

Oshkosh Burglary Investigation

 

The Oshkosh Police Department is investigating a series of burglaries that have occurred at various businesses located along the Highway 41 frontage roads in the City of Oshkosh. The burglaries have all occurred during the overnight hours on or near Koeller Street and Washburn Street between Highway 21 and West 20th Avenue. There have been a total of six burglaries reported in the last two weeks in which cash and electronics have been targeted. It’s believed several of the burglaries may be connected.  The Oshkosh Police Department is asking local businesses to keep their doors and windows locked after hours and to activate alarm and camera systems. The public is also asked to report any suspicious vehicles, people, or activities occurring around business that are closed.  All six burglaries remain under investigation at this time. Anyone with information about these burglaries is asked to contact the Oshkosh Police Department at (920)236-5700. If you have information about these burglaries and would like to remain anonymous, please contact Winnebago County Wide Crime Stoppers at (920) 231-8477 or text IGOTYA and your crime tip to 274637, or go to www.winnebagocrimestoppers.org and submit your text via the web.

 

New United Way Program Getting Response

 

Fond du Lac Area United Way Director Tina Potter says they are having success with a new initiative that appeals to those who give to the United Way. Those who give $104 during the campaign or $2 a week will be entered into a drawing. Top prizes are $2,000, $1,000 and three $500 prizes. The drawing will happen on January 17th. So how many are taking advantage of this new way of giving? She says almost $25,000 in new giving has occurred since they implemented the new program, which she says they are very thankful for. The money for the drawing was donated by Mike Shannon of Holiday Automotive who is the United Way’s Honorary Campaign Chair.

          

Don’t Trespass & Hunt

 

As you ramp up your hunting this long Thanksgiving weekend be sure that you have permission to be on the land that you hunt.  Sergeant Jeff Bonack of the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Department reminds you to be sure it’s OK to be where you are at even if you’ve been there before.  He says sometimes land ownership changes so you don’t want to be caught trespassing.   He says an initial trespassing ticket will cost you $263.50. Bonack adds that even if you are trailing a deer you shot onto someone’s land it’s a good idea let the land owner know what you are doing.

 

 

Thanksgiving Travel

 

(WRN) More than 43-million Americans are expected to travel over the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Pam Moen with Wisconsin Triple-A says that's down about one-and-a-half-percent from last year. About 873-thousand Wisconsinites are expected to travel at least 50 miles from home during the long holiday weekend. The busiest travel day will be today.

 

Thanksgiving Dinner

 

Immanuel-Trinity Lutheran Church in Fond du Lac is once again hosting a free Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday for those looking for a good meal and fellowship.  This year’s meal will be served from 11:30am to 1:30pm at their 20 Wisconsin-American Drive location.  A shuttle will run at 11am from Church of Our Savior at the corner of 9th and Main in Fond du Lac and also from the Rosalind Apartments at 11:30am. Deliveries are also available.  It would be helpful if you could call ahead if you know your are coming.  They are also still looking for volunteers.  The number to call is 921-4545.

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