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'I just wanna help people': Park grad receives scholarship honoring RPD officer killed in crash last year

February 18, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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Alexis Talbert, 19, is currently attending Gateway Technical College and is majoring in criminal justice. She said she has been interested in criminal justice and law enforcement since the beginning

Diener Women in Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund at the Racine Community Foundation, which will soon give its first award, the Racine Police Department announced Tuesday. The fund has grown and a $1,500 scholarship award will be presented to 2019 Park High School graduate Alexis Talbert less than a year after its creation. The crash that claimed Diener’s life, which occurred on Highway 20 when she was on her way home from a skiing trip, also claimed the life of Elizabeth Olszewski, a Union Grave native and up-and-coming attorney. Diener served 25 years with the Racine Police Department.

Diener Women in Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund benefits women at Gateway Technical College studying criminal justice who reside in Racine County. “Jenny was forever honored and proud to serve alongside her friends and colleagues in law enforcement,” said Brian Diener, Jennifer’s husband, in a news release.

Rochelle T Trevino, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, battery to a law enforcement officer, possession of narcotic drugs, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct, felony bail jumping.

John (aka Scott Poplawski) W Ziolkowski Jr. , 700 block of Racine Street, Racine, misdemeanor battery (domestic abuse assessments), disorderly conduct (domestic abuse assessments), strangulation and suffocation (domestic abuse assessments), stalking (domestic abuse assessments).

Margie J Phillips, 1600 block of Charles Street, Racine, misdemeanor retail theft (intentionally take less than $500), misdemeanor bail jumping, retail theft (intentionally conceal less than or equal to $500), possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor theft, felony retail theft (intentionally take between $500-$5,000).

Michael W Kelley-Dellach, 3100 block of Conrad Drive, Racine, stalking, disorderly conduct.

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