who police say killed two women and hid their bodies in suitcases was accused of stalking and harassment by at least half a dozen women before he was forced to resign in August 2001, according to personnel records released Wednesday.The former West Allis police officer
Steven Zelich, who was hired in 1989, left the department after internal investigators uncovered a pattern of troubling incidents, including one in May 2001 in which a woman ran, crying, from his apartment in her underwear.
Several other complaints were the result of inappropriate behavior while Zelich was on duty and in uniform.
According to the records:
A hairstylist complained that Zelich wouldn't leave her alone and blocked her vehicle with his squad car at least twice when she tried to leave work.» Read Full Article
Second baseman Derek Johnson and the rest of the Menomonee Falls baseball team know that the Indians don't need a lot of runs when they have sophomore ace Ty Weber on the mound.
But Tuesday afternoon in their Greater Metro Conference Tournament quarterfinal game with West Allis Hale, the Indians cut it a little close.
Despite a 10-strikeout, one walk, three-hit shutout effort, Weber was still not in line for the win going into the bottom of the seventh.
But an error, a sacrifice and a sharply struck RBI single by Johnson later, Falls made Weber a winner with a 1-0 decision.
"Basically, it was one of those games where there weren't a whole lot of hard hit balls," said Indian coach Pat Hansen. "We didn't hit and they didn't hit. They committed just one error but we took advantage of it and that was the ballgame."» Read Full Article