Retired Police Officer Convicted of Shooting At Wife’s House and Neighbors’ Houses

Husband wants Wife to come outside to talk with him.

Wife refuses.

So Husband allegedly “shoots up” Wife’s house.

And two of her neighbors’ houses too.

The neighbors made the mistake of noticing Husband stalking Wife.

Husband is arrested for multiple counts each of reckless endangerment and use of a dangerous weapon.

At the time of his arrest, he is in possession of an assault rifle.

Husband is convicted of the charges against him.

Husband is sentenced to three consecutive five year prison terms.

Husband is also sentenced to additional time which will run concurrently.

Husband is also sentenced to twelve years of extended supervision.

Husband is a retired police officer.

Read more in this Milwaukee Journal Sentinel article: Retired police officer sentenced in shooting up house.