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5 years later, Racine Police still search for suspects in Joseph Walker homicide

Looking to rob the place, two masked men walked into the American Legion, 1234 Douglas Ave., but they ended up shooting and killing Joseph Walker, the bartender. Five years later, the suspects in the case remain at large, according to a press release by the Racine Police Department. One suspect was last seen wearing a […]

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Crime at 50-Year Low, Community Policing Credited

Part I crime in the City of Racine is at a 50-year low, and the police department’s community policing program deserves a large measure of credit for bringing those numbers down. “Our Community Oriented Policing has everything to do with the lower statistics,” Racine police Chief Art Howell told Racine County Eye. “The COP philosophy has […]

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Racine Police Hope Videos Help Solve Crime, Increase Awareness

The Racine Police Department is embarking on a full court press to solve crimes and increase community awareness about certain issues. Using a simple video app, Lt. Al Days and his public information team are making short videos to try and snag the attention of citizens. The first in their series recalls the murder of Joseph […]

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Police Thank Community After Recent Homicide Convictions

The Racine Police Department issued a “thank you” Friday to the community for helping solve the murders of Adrian Jackson, Aaron Woods, Ryan Lockridge and Frank Mister. Aaron Stephens was found guilty Thursday of the 2011 shooting death of Jackson, and Demetrus Ozier was sentenced to life in prison for the deaths of Woods, Lockridge and […]

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Video: Homicide Suspects at American Legion

This is video from the armed robbery and homicide of Joseph Walker at the American Legion last month. Please pay attention to the mannerisms, they way the suspects walk, posture, body language – the small details matter! Anyone with information can leave an ANONYMOUS tip with Crime Stoppers at 262-636-9330, or by texting RACS plus the […]

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