Officer Injured in Arrest of Man

A Kenosha police officer was injured Friday afternoon in the apprehension of a man wanted by police for a probation violation. Police spotted 34-year-old Carl Vines Jr., of Kenosha, walking in the area of 19th Avenue and 58th Street. When they attempted to address him, he began to run, but fell in a driveway. Police said Vine resisted arrest, lying on his stomach and arms and refusing to put his hands behind his back. Heroin was found on the ground near him and in his pocket. Officer Andrew Valeri injured his knee trying to arrest Vines but was able to drive himself to a hospital. Along with the original parole violation, Vines was arrested for felony possession of heroin, resisting arrest causing, misdemeanor obstruction and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.


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