Sargassum Seaweed – On the evening of Thursday, March 30, a man who was 30 years old and was from the neighboring town of Kewaskum was murdered in Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, after being the subject of a police pursuit and then being involved in an accident. It was alleged that on Thursday evening, just before 8:00 o’clock, a deputy with the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Office attempted to pull over a vehicle for a moving traffic infraction as the officer was traveling on State Highway 28. The incident apparently occurred while the deputy was driving. Thursday was the day when reportedly the event took place.
The deputy made many attempts to instruct the motorist to pull over, but the driver of the vehicle refused to comply. As a result, the deputy had little alternative but to give pursuit to the vehicle. The person from Kewaskum who was driving the car during the chase lost control of it, which led to the vehicle exiting the highway and rolling on State Route 28 just south of State Highway 144. The pursuit ended when the guy from Kewaskum who was driving the vehicle throughout the pursuit lost control of it.
According to the results of the preliminary inquiry, there was no indication that any further cars were involved in the crash. The Wisconsin State Patrol has sent an accident investigation team to the scene of the collision in order to conduct their investigation there. In addition to that, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office has been requested to carry out a comprehensive examination of the occurrence that is under scrutiny.