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Brendan Cullerton Biography, Age, ABC News, Fun facts

Brendan Cullerton is an American Journalist who started working as a reporter with CBS 58 in July of 2017. He was born in the Chicago suburbs and is excited to work in such a great Midwest city. Brendan got started in the TV business reporting for the mid-Missouri NBC affiliate while studying at the Missouri School of Journalism.

Brendan Cullerton Biography

Brendan Cullerton is an American Journalist who started working as a reporter with CBS 58 in July of 2017. He was born in the Chicago suburbs and is excited to work in such a great Midwest city. Brendan got started in the TV business reporting for the mid-Missouri NBC affiliate while studying at the Missouri School of Journalism.

Brendan Cullerton Age

Cullerton’s age is ranged between 25-30, we will soon update his exact age.

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Cullerton then interned in the Washington Bureau for ABC News and reported for the website from the Pentagon and the White House. He reported for the ABC affiliate in Springfield Illinois for two years before making his way to the brew city.

Brendan Cullerton Fun Facts

Brendan is a big sports fan and is excited to cheer on Milwaukee sports teams. Unfortunately, being from Chicago, he has to cheer on the Bears as well. You can probably catch him playing pick-up hoops at parks throughout the city when he’s not working. Cullerton is always looking for stories and encourages anyone with a story to tell to reach out on social media.

Brendan Cullerton Deputy With IV Pole

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Charges are filed against one of the two people at the center of a chase, standoff, and two officer-involved shootings that shut down an interstate in Waukesha County for hours on Tuesday.
Kalin Sunde is accused of attempting to escape the hospital, threatening law enforcement with an IV pole and trying to leave through the window.

Her attorney says what happened to her during the highway standoff left her traumatized. Sunde appeared in Waukesha County court on Friday and is now charged with bail jumping. “In my mind, she’s still a victim,” Ben Van Severen, Sunde’s attorney said.

Severen is referring to video Sunde posted of an incident that started with a police chase and ended with her as a hostage, prompting a SWAT team to intervene and shut down the area of I-94 and Highway 67 for hours.

“It was a very traumatic situation for her. In that 40-plus minute video that she posted, it appears that she was threatened multiple times with a gun and I think she legitimately feared for her life,” Severen said.

According to the criminal complaint, after she was taken to the hospital, Sunde told a Sheriff’s deputy guarding her “open the window, I’m not going to jail.” When the deputy moved closer, she “lifted the IV pole like it was a bat and said ‘just shoot me, I’m not going to jail.'”

“We don’t know if she was under medication. Again, it’s a traumatic incident when someone is threatening to kill you. What was going through her mind, I can’t speak to that,” said Severen.

The District Attorney’s Office is still working on felony charges from the actual incident on the highway. Witnesses at the scene say they want both suspects to be held responsible.

“Hopefully justice is served for the behavior that was going on here in Oconomowoc. It really scared a lot of people,” witness Megan Snyder said. Attorneys said Friday they expect to get several of those felony charges for the highway SWAT standoff on Monday.

Brendan Cullerton Milwaukee

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Milwaukee Police Sgt. Mark Kapusta says he realized one day that fallen MPD Officer Charles Irvine Jr. needed a physical memorial to remember his bravery.

“It’s easy to forget, right?” Kapusta said. “I drove to work every day, and I drove by that bridge. And what was I looking at, you know something was missing.”

He decided that something was a plaque, and he organized a cookout to help fund it Wednesday afternoon.

“I think it’s totally fantastic,” retired MPD Officer Dennis Eigenfeld said. “I’m sure that all the law enforcement officers appreciate it. I’m glad to be a part here today.”

Community members from retired officers, to city leaders, citizens, and firefighters all came to show support.

“I’m amazed that we just got here, and there’s a lot of people already,” retired officer Ted Jansen said. “So I’m happy with the crowd.”

“It means a lot,” Milwaukee Fire Department Assistant Chief David Voss said. “As first responders, along with the military, the police department and a whole lot of other governmental agencies.”

The city will put the plaque up Thursday morning at the 76th St. Bridge over West Silver Spring Drive, where Irvine and his partner crashed while pursuing a suspect.

They will hold a ceremony on Friday, one year from the day he gave his life.

“He was 23 years old when he lost his life serving the people of this city,” Milwaukee Alderman Cavalier Johnson said. “I think it’s important that all of us come together, and make sure that we recognize that, and especially pay homage when somebody has passed away unfortunately as Officer Irvine did.”

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