The domestic abuse case remains open, and Hodges will appear in court at 1 p.m. His adjourned initial appearance in the child neglect case will resume in court at 2 p.m. April 8th, 2017, Johnathan Evans – Age 24, Milwaukee Police have now charged two people in the death of a 24-year-old Milwaukee man. According to the criminal complaint, the shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute.Loved ones held a vigil for Johnathan Evans over the weekend. A witness told police, Evans got into an argument Saturday night with the mother of his child, Chiqweeta Coleman, and Donte Brown.The child’s mother later told police that she was the one who called 911.The child was taken to Beloit Memorial Hospital where medical personnel said the child did have a pulse, but could not breath on his own.
A look at the victims, with information based on public records, interviews and summaries from the Wisconsin Department of Justice: March 22, 2017 Det.The charges stem from incidents on March 20 when police were called to the 700 block of Euclid Avenue where a child was reportedly not breathing and had no pulse.At the scene, police talked with Hodges who said he was watching his son and placed him in a swing in the living room at about 7 a.m. He said the baby was crying throughout the day and he was going to give the baby a bottle at about 1 p.m.The child had a fracture to the back of his skull, a subdural hematoma, bruising on his legs and patechia in his eyes, according to the complaint.Hodges told police he did not strike the child at any time and the child had not fallen.Officers, along with Kenosha Fire Department personnel, responded to a residence in the 4700 block of 7th Avenue on Monday afternoon for a report of a male infant found without a pulse and not breathing Emergency responders attempted to revive him but were unsuccessful.Detectives said that after an investigation, the infant’s 34-year-old father was taken into custody.when he said the baby was sleeping, according to the criminal complaint.Hodges told police the baby was breathing at that time, but when he returned with the baby’s bottle he no longer was breathing.Weiland was a devoted Green Bay Packers fan and is survived by his wife and two children. Look met her husband, Robert Look, while working at a bank in 1988.Weiland was killed as he responded with other officers to an apartment complex where a suspect was taken into custody after a standoff in Weston. Look – Age 67, Everest The 67-year-old graduated from D. The two married in 1992 and lived in South Dakota before returning to Wisconsin in 1998.