Getting cut off in traffic is never pleasant, and many Wisconsin drivers might be double irked if the offending car is from Illinois.
But police say an Oconomowoc man went too far when he addressed the situation by pulling a gun during a road rage incident last month in Waukesha.
According to a criminal complaint:
Two drivers had just exited I-94 about 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 4 when one cut off the other as they pulled onto N. Grandview Blvd. heading south.
They each sped and slowed down, changed lanes and swore at each other once they came to a red light.» Read Full Article
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Police in Waukesha are asking the public for help finding a van that hit a traffic signal control cabinet Tuesday on E. Main Street.
Authorities said a 1992-1996 Chevrolet G10 or G20 Sport conversion van crashed into the switch at the intersection of E. Main Street and Nike Drive. The van had extensive front-end damage. It's missing headlight trim pieces and other parts.
Anyone with information can call crash investigator Steven Kraus at the Waukesha Police Department, 262-524-3839.
The woman killed in a crash in the Town of Waukesha on Jan. 29 has been identified as Lila Mallman, 67, of the Town of Waukesha. The Waukesha County Sheriff's Department has ruled her death a suicide.
According to the Waukesha County Sheriff's Department, Mallman was struck by a southbound Canadian National train in the crossing at Lawnsdale Road east of Center Drive and west of Highway 164.
A 67-year-old woman was killed Tuesday when she was struck by a southbound Canadian National train in the Town of Waukesha.
The incident was reported shortly after 4 p.m. on Lawnsdale Road between State Highway 164 and Center Road, the Waukesha County Sheriff's Department said.
The woman was pronounced dead at the scene and no further information was available late Tuesday.