Racine Sheriff Calls for Removal of Local Board Supervisor for Bailing Out Alleged Gun Thief (VIDEO)


Racine County Sheriff video image of Adrian Jefferson

The Racine County Sheriff posted video of the gun thief on their Facebook page.

The Sheriff’s Letter is as follows:

Sheriff Christopher Schmaling calls for the immediate removal of Racine County Board Supervisor Nick Demske for actions that put the public in grave danger. On Wednesday, November 24, 2021, Supervisor Demske posted $10,000 cash so that Adrian O. Jefferson could be released from the Racine County Jail. Jefferson is a dangerous criminal with access to high-powered weapons and a large amount of ammunition.

Sheriff Christopher Schmaling stated, “Supervisor Demske paid for the release of a dangerous individual, who still may have access to military grade weapons and ammunition, back out into our community. Supervisor Demske has a consistent and extended history of voting against public safety proposals if the proposals are related to law enforcement. Supervisor Demske makes our community less safe, and he should be removed immediately.”

Theft of High-Powered Weapons and Ammunition

On July 5, 2018, into the early morning hours of July 6, 2018, a Racine County Sheriff’s Office SWAT Operator was the victim of someone breaking into his locked vehicle, attempting to burglarize his home, and stealing some of his SWAT issued equipment. Some of the items stolen were:

  • A Glock 27 .40 caliber pistol
  • A Armalite AR-10 Rifle .308 caliber with suppressor (Sniper Rifle)
  • A Colt M16A1 .223 Caliber (Fully Automatic)
  • 13 total magazines for the three firearms, some of which contained armor piercing ammunition

On July 8, 2018, the Sheriff’s Office was notified that the Milwaukee Police Department had taken Jefferson into custody for a carjacking and that Jefferson was armed with a pistol that had a piece of equipment attached to the pistol that had come from the stolen Colt M16A1. After Jefferson’s arrest, the Milwaukee Police Department located magazines consistent with the stolen AR10 magazines in Jefferson’s bedroom.

A forensic examination of Jefferson’s phone provided GPS information showing that on the night of this theft, Jefferson traveled from Milwaukee via I94 and proceeded to the subdivision where the victim’s home was located. At least five other homes in that subdivision had vehicles entered, some of which had their garage door openers stolen, but no other significant property loss was reported from the other homes.

On July 10, 2018, Jefferson stated to investigators he was not involved in the thefts, but he alleged an acquaintance was trying to sell him the stolen firearms. Jefferson refused to tell the authorities where the dangerous weapons and ammunition were located. These stolen items have still not been located.

The Sheriff’s Office continued its investigation and was able to review the videos, pictures, and other data on Jefferson’s phone (Please see the attached videos and photographs). On July 15, 2021, Jefferson was arrested and was being held in the Racine County Jail on a $10,000 cash bond.

On today’s date, County Supervisor Nick Demske posted $10,000, so that Jefferson, who is extremely dangerous to the public, could be released. Jefferson is currently out of custody in the community despite his long and dangerous arrest record.

Milwaukee County Case 2018CF3275

On July 14, 2018, Jefferson made his initial appearance in Milwaukee County Case File 2018CF3275 where he was charged with the carjacking that he allegedly committed days after stealing the weapons and ammunition in Racine County. Jefferson was charged with the following crimes:

  • Armed Robbery (Felony)
  • Intentionally Point a Firearm at Law Enforcement (Felony)
  • Carrying a Concealed Weapon (Misd)
  • Resisting or Obstruction (Misd)

The court set multiple conditions as part of Jefferson’s bond including a $35,000 cash bond with electronic monitoring or a $50,000 cash bond without electronic monitoring. Jefferson was unable to post bond and he was held in custody.

On May 22, 2019, Jefferson’s cash bond was lowered to $10,000 with GPS monitoring. On August 26, 2019, Jefferson’s cash bond was lowered to $2,500, with a condition to be turned over to Justice Point for Level Five Supervision with electronic monitoring and a 24-hour curfew. On September 6, 2019, Jefferson posted his bond and was released from custody. Jefferson is still awaiting a jury trial on Milwaukee County Case File 2018CF3275. Jefferson’s next court appearance is set for January 14, 2022, for a Status Conference.

Waukesha County Case 2020CF646

On May 28, 2020, an arrest warrant was issued for Jefferson in the amount of $5,000. On September 9, 2020, Jefferson made his initial appearance in Waukesha County Case File 2020CF646 where he was charged with the following crimes:

  • Take and Drive a Vehicle without Owner’s Consent (Felony)
  • Theft > $10,000 (Felony)

It should be noted that, for reasons unknown to the Sheriff’s Office, no Bail Jumping charges were issued against Jefferson. The court set Jefferson’s bond at $750, which was posted that same day. Jefferson’s next court appearance is set for January 6, 2022, for a Jury Status hearing.

Racine County Case 2021CF239

On February 12, 2021, an arrest warrant was issued for Jefferson in the amount of $10,000 in regards to the original July, 2018, theft of firearms that occurred in Racine County. On July 15, 2021, Jefferson made his initial appearance in Racine County Case File 2020CF646 where he was charged with the following crimes:

  • Entry into a Locked Vehicle – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft (Felony)
  • Theft (Felony)
  • Theft (Felony)
  • Attempted Burglary – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Felony)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Theft – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Criminal Damage to Property – Use of a Dangerous Weapon (Misd)
  • Possession of Burglarious Tools (Felony)
  • Receiving Stolen Property (Felony)
  • Receiving Stolen Property (Felony)
  • Receiving Stolen Property (felony)

Jefferson’s next court appearance is set for December 21, 2021, for a Status Conference.

(The below picture is purported to be of Racine County Board Supervisor Nick Demske with the hat.)

The Tennessee Star reports:

According to WISN 12 News, Demske posted a $10,000 bail for Jefferson on behalf of the Joshua Glover Justice Fund and called Schmaling’s press release a “political stunt.” The Joshua Glover Justice Fund was established fairly recently to make sure that “poverty isn’t the reason for incarceration.”

Demske told WISN 12 News, “One, it’s not my money. It’s the community’s money, right, the Racine community. We have raised funds from all sorts of members of the Racine community, who want us to use these funds in this way. So, it’s a group effort in that way. But the decisions, case by case itself, is also a significantly large group decision. I could never, you know, I don’t have the authority to make this decision unilaterally.”

 

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