A man named Muskego is accused of attacking 2 women at Racine Co. with landscape bricks.

RACINE COUNTY, Wis (CBS 58) — A 32-year-old Muskego man was detained after Racine County officials said he had seriously injured two women using landscape bricks.

The incident occurred near Washington Avenue (Highway 20) and North Britton Road in the town of Dover on Friday, December 16.

According to the Racine County Sheriff’s Office, police were dispatched to the area just after 10am for a man who was actively attacking two people, presumably with a brick. The suspect was identified as Bradley Kubisiak from Muskego, who remained in the area. Authorities say Kubisiak has a long and violent criminal history.

A sheriff’s superintendent was nearby and intervened on the scene. He parked his patrol team and approached the area on foot. Officials say the inspector observed evidence of violent assault, including 10 pounds of landscape bricks.

Kubisiak was found in a pickup truck in a driveway. Authorities say the inspector drew his firearm and barked orders at Kubisiak, who passed by the inspector and ignored him. Authorities say Kubisiak then stopped the truck, put the vehicle in reverse and accelerated rapidly towards the investigator.

The sheriff’s office said the investigator, fearing for his life, fired his firearm at Kubisiak inside the truck. Authorities say Kubisiak then drove the truck into the inspector’s squad car and fled north on Britton Road.

Minutes later, authorities received information that there was a man moving erratically near a pole barn on the 22000 block of Washington Avenue. Officials said lawmakers responded and found Kubisiak walking in and out of the pole barn.

Authorities say a perimeter has been formed and Kubisiak is under control and the SWAT team has been called in.

According to the sheriff’s office, Kubisiak, in defiance of orders from the SWAT team, armed himself with a knife and intentionally injures himself by slitting his wrists and throat.

Officials say the SWAT team took Kubisiak and immediately provided emergency care. He was later transferred to a local hospital.

The Racine County Sheriff’s Office said two victims allegedly injured by Kubisiak were seriously injured.

The investigator has served as a dispatcher, patrol assistant, and crime investigator in Racine County for the past two decades. The researcher also served 20 honorable years in the US Army.

“It is unfortunate that Kubisiak violently attacked the victims with a large brick, but I am proud that the inspector responded quickly and ended the potentially deadly shootout,” said Racine County Sheriff Christopher Schmaling. shooting involving the officer, all preliminary facts suggest that the investigator was justified in firing his firearm. I’m proud of the Sheriff’s deputies who quickly located Kubisiak and kept him in the pole barn and ensured the public was not in danger. Finally, the SWAT operators used appropriate tactics when confronted by Kubisiak, and Kubisiak chose to take his own life. I appreciate the quick and determined actions of the inspector and the coordinated responses of the first responders and SWAT operators.”

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