Posts Tagged “Wisconsin”
Posted by Max Cannon in $5,000+, Solved, Wisconsin, tags: AJ Petras, CrimePAY$, Layne Lasseter, Max Cannon, Max Cannon-Reward Expert, murder, Paul Petras, reward, RewardsTV, Unsolved Murder Reward, USA-Rewards, Wisconsin
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Paul Petras and Son
FATHER AND SON MURDERED
10-25-12 Update: LA CROSSE, Wis – The Minnesota man suspected of murdering two La Crosse men in cold blood was in the courtroom this Thursday morning.
39-year-old Jeffrey Lepsch is charged with killing 56-year-old Paul Petras and his 19-year-old son A.J. Petras. Police say he killed the two men while robbing the family business.
A man and his teenage son were shot dead in their photography store in broad daylight on Sept. 15, 2012.
Paul Petras and his son Andrew, known as AJ, were killed on Saturday afternoon after holding a photography class.
Mr Petras, 56, employed his 19-year-old son AJ at May’s Community Photography in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Unsolved Murder, Wisconsin, tags: CrimePAY$, Doug McMillin, murder, reward, RewardsTV, SafeCITY Productions, Unsolved Murder Reward, Wisconsin
Update 5-21-12: GREEN BAY – The family of a man killed in 2009 has increased its reward in the case. McMillin’s family has increased the reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible from $10,000 to $25,000
GREEN BAY, WI - Over Three-years ago (March 8, 2009) 19-year-old Doug McMillin was found dead in his home at 817 Longview Avenue in Allouez from gunshot wounds. Investigators soon learned that two men forced their way inside to steal cash and marijuana. A multi-jurisdictional task force investigation uncovered new information and persons of interest. But no murder suspects. Now, investigators are asking people to help out.
“There are people in the community that have direct knowledge of this incident, either being at the McMillin residence on the night of the homicide or knowledge of the murder after the fact,” said Brown County Sheriff’s Department Captain Dave Konrath. Read the rest of this entry »
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There is a $100,000.00 Reward Offered For the safe return of Becky Marie (Kraemer) Marzo, or information leading to the the recovery of her remains and the conviction of the person or persons responsible for her disappearance
Becky (Kraemer) Marzo had just started a new job. It was one of several things she was doing to start her life over again after her recent divorce. Becky seemed to be on the right track, living with her parents, going back to school, and working full time at a job she really enjoyed. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Missing Persons, Wisconsin, tags: CrimePAY$, FBI Rewards, Kayla Berg, Missing Persons, reward, RewardsTV, Wisconsin
Missing From Antigo, Wisconsin Since 8/11/2009 Please Help Find Kayla Berg
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individual or individuals involved in the crime related to the disappearance of Kayla May Berg.
Kayla Berg was 15 years old and enjoying her summer vacation before she was to return to her high school that fall. On the evening of August 11, 2009, Kayla left her father’s home in Antigo, Wisconsin with her 24 year old friend Kevin Kielcheski and has not been seen or heard from again.
Kevin, who is the last known person to see Kayla that night, states he and Kayla went on a joyride around town before dropping her off at her ex-boyfriend home in Wausau, Wisconsin, about 40 minutes from her home. Kevin reportedly drove away and never saw if Kayla entered the home, which he described as a dark residence with no one else around. Read the rest of this entry »
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Posted by Max Cannon in $10,000+, Unsolved Murder, Wisconsin, tags: Brittany Zimmermann, CrimePAY$, Local MugSHOTS, murder, RewardsTV, SafeCITY Publishing, Unsolved Murder Reward, Wisconsin
Madison, WISCONSIN: Brittany Zimmermann was murdered in her apartment on April 2nd, 2008 and while most people remember the date year by year, Kevin and Jean Zimmermann say each day is another anniversary of Brittany’s death. “To you it’s just September 2nd. To us it’s been 41 months today since Brittany died,” says Jean.
The Zimmermann’s are in town to promote the 2nd Brittany Zimmermann 5K run/walk, an event that raises money for Crimestoppers and a reward fund to help solve Brittany’s murder.
“We hope by doing this it keeps Brittany’s name out there, along with everybody else’s that’s been a victim of crime,” says Kevin. Read the rest of this entry »
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Update: A reward fund to help in the search for a missing Wausau woman is up to $10,000.
Stephanie Low disappeared from her apartment last October.
Her mom says the last year has been tough.
That’s why she sent a letter to a number of businesses in Marathon County asking for their help in finding Stephanie.
And one of them made an anonymous donation for $7,000.
“I actually felt hope, a lot of hope, I mean I also have hope but not to the extreme I have it now, that I have that $10,000,” says Claudia Blake, Stephanie’s mom.
The reward fund was up to just $3,000 with the help of benefits and spaghetti dinners, and a rummage sale.
Where is Stephanie Low?
Reports said Stephanie placed a frantic call to her brother the morning of October 10, 2010, asking him to come her Thomas Street apartment; however, when he arrived she was nowhere to be found.
She had been out with others earlier that night, but when her friends went to her apartment looking for her later, she was gone. She left her two dogs alone without food or water, which friends and relatives say would be very much out of character for her. Read the rest of this entry »
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LEO FREDERICK BURT
SABOTAGE; DESTRUCTION OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY; CONSPIRACY
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS
Leo Frederick Burt is wanted for allegedly participating in the bombing of Sterling Hall, on the campus of the University of Wisconsin, on August 24, 1970. The blast from the explosion, combined with the fire, resulted in the death of a 33-year-old researcher. Additionally, there were several injuries reported and an estimated $6 million damage to the building and its contents. Reportedly, explosives had been placed in a stolen panel truck, located three blocks from the building, just several days before the blast. Also, a light-colored, late-model vehicle (Corvair) was seen leaving the vicinity of the bombing, and Burt was identified as being in the car.
On September 2, 1970, Leo Burt was indicted federally in Madison, Wisconsin. He was charged with sabotage, destruction of government property, and conspiracy.
Dates of Birth Used: April 18, 1948; April 15, 1950 Hair: Brown (may now be gray) Place of Birth: Darby, Pennsylvania Eyes: Hazel Height: 5’11″ to 6’0″ Sex: Male Weight: 185 pounds Race: White NCIC: W735004020 Nationality: American Occupations: Laborer and watchman Scars and Marks: None known Remarks: Burt may wear a moustache and beard and has worn his hair long in the back. He may also wear glasses. Burt has ties to New York City, New York; Boston, Massachusetts; and Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
The FBI is offering a $150,000 for information leading to the arrest of Leo Frederick Burt.
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