Paul Paletti, 34, was charged with misdemeanor battery after he allegedly assaulted a Mexican man.
Reported December 06, 2006
Former North Lake firefighter Mark Weber, 42, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct with a hate crime enhancer and pointing a firearm at a person after he allegedly used a racial slur and threatened a black man with a handgun in April 2005. In connection with the same incident, former North Lake Fire Chief Terrence Stapleton, 67, was placed on 12 months' probation and ordered to perform 100 hours of community service, 50 hours of that to an organization that primarily serves African-Americans, after Stapleton entered a no contest plea to disorderly conduct with a hate crime enhancer. Stapleton used a German Shepherd to threaten the same black man as Weber.
Reported August 26, 2006
Sixty-four members of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement rallied at the capitol.
Reported July 31, 2006
Wall Lake, Wisconsin
Swastikas were scrawled on a water tower.
Reported February 26, 2006
Fliers from the National Socialist Movement were placed on cars in a park-and-ride lot.
Reported December 27, 2005
Copies of the racist tabloid 'The Aryan Alternative' were distributed throughout a neighborhood.
Reported December 22, 2005
Kevin R. Sochacki and Caleb M. Moore, both 18, and Michael D. Riha and Benjamin T. Chamberlain, both 19, were charged with felony criminal damage to property and misdemeanor disorderly conduct for allegedly vandalizing a university's bulletin board informing students of services available from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender organization.
Reported June 21, 2005
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Alleged white supremacist Nathaniel E. Pickart, 28, was charged with manufacturing and selling pipe bombs to an undercover agent.
Reported October 11, 2004
A flier from the neo-Nazi National Alliance was left in a black woman's mailbox.
Reported September 24, 2004
Jeffrey Scheidegger, 20, and Jeffrey Jalinski, 19, were charged with hate crime enhancers and bail jumping for allegedly brandishing a replica of a human skull at passersby while yellling, 'Speak English. The last couple that didn't speak English, this is their head' at an Asian couple.
Reported September 12, 2004
Fliers from the neo-Nazi National Alliance were distributed.
Reported May 25, 2004
A 14-year-old boy was charged with a hate crime for allegedly sending threatening E-mails to a teacher at a charter school.
Reported March 01, 2004
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin
A white man allegedly attacked a 16-year-old black teenage boy.
Reported January 14, 2004
James J. Lepak, 61, was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct for allegedly yelling racial epithets at a black couple and a black police officer.
Reported October 17, 2003
Eagle Heights, Wisconsin
Matthew Dobrasz, 26, and Thomas Van Zandt and Carl Pielmeier, both 21, were charged with a disorderly conduct hate crime for allegedly kicking and pounding on doors while verbally threatening residents in a neighborhood.
Reported September 12, 2003
Racist flyers from the neo-Nazi National Alliance were left on driveways and front yards in a neighborhood.
Reported August 08, 2003
Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
Kevin J. Anschutz, 38, was sentenced to seven years in prison for running down a black bicyclist in July 2002.
Reported July 12, 2003
Racist flyers were distributed throughout a neighborhood.