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We asked Waukesha County District Attorney Sue Opper whether she plans to charge the teenager as an adult, as the law allows. She responded, “I cannot comment on this case. Please contact the Juvenile Court for permission to obtain any charging documents or petitions that have been filed.”
Waukesha police have been extremely tight-lipped about the incident, saying the community doesn’t need “more bad news.”
The suspect, who according to sources, recently moved to Waukesha from Milwaukee, WRN has learned. “He has looked up to his uncle who is in politics his whole entire life inspiring to be just like him,” the boy’s mother wrote on Facebook on Dec. 5, trying to raise money through a cash app for his defense. The boy is friends with the mayoral candidate on Facebook.
“My son came into a group of young men who he thought were his friends and talked him into doing something that he should’ve had a mind-frame strong enough to know it was a terrible decision and now the county is declared him a menace to society,” she wrote. (There is no evidence of other suspects, despite the mother’s comments.)
A person who witnessed what happened said the suspect “walked up to the book drop. As soon as she stopped at the book drop, he turned. He was at her car window for about a minute. He made her get into the passenger seat.” He was alone. People had seen him walking around the area for about a week, the source, who did not want to be identified, told WRN.
Sources tell WRN that the suspect took the woman at knifepoint from the book return area of the library on Tuesday Nov. 30, 2021, and forced her back to her car. The suspect drove around while forcing the woman to perform sex acts on him.
We have his name but are not publishing it until he is charged. It is yet to be seen whether he will be charged as an adult; nothing comes up in CCAP under his name.