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SHEBOYGAN — A Sheboygan man is accused of leading police on a 125 mph pursuit down I-43. Sheboygan County deputies say 25-year-old Zachary Ashenbach was blazing down I-43 at mind-boggling speeds on the morning of Wednesday, November 22nd. By the time a deputy’s squad got up to speed, Ashenbach was well out of view. But according to a criminal complaint, the deputy topped 125 as well in hot pursuit. Kohler police joined in as the car sped from I-43 onto Highway 23.
MILTON â€” It came to him in a vision.Â A former Wisconsin therapist says he ‘saw’ his client’s missing husband dead, in a garbage can. Police say they were “very curious” about those visions, especially because of what the therapist was doing with his client that ultimately cost him his license. Gary Jones thought he was confiding in one of his client’s multiple personalities. He did not expect her to tell police about his visions of her missing husband.
@ParkerMoes The thing I worry about is that downward progression (1-3-5-8-10). And don't even ask what his Browns defenses ranked while he was HC. It's not pretty. (13 total takeaways this year.) I want to be excited, but 😬
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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