Kenosha County investigators said a Missouri man stole a cache of items and used an alias to stash them inside a hangar at Westosha Airport, where he allegedly squatted for several months.
The man, according to authorities, was wanted on a federal warrant.

In other news, a longtime member of the Twin Lakes Plan Commission was honored with a tree in his name during a ceremony on Monday.

The Report will also have news on the following items:

Drone enthusiasts find Frank Bucci Field at Wilmot Union High School as an ideal setting for their races.

Bristol School took a look into the future during a Community Workshop.

The Village of Twin Lakes decided on both a sex offender ordinance and a mosquito abatement program.

Along with those items, readers will also see the other stories in this week’s Twin Lakes Report, which will reach subscribers mailboxes and newsstands by Friday.

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In sports highlights, two Wilmot Union High School track athletes continue to win titles, most recently at the Southern Lakes Conference meet.

 
 

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