Police Arrest Kenosha Man for Drug Possession

A Kenosha man was arrested Saturday after officers initially thought he was attempting to break into a business, but later discovered he was in possession of cocaine. According to Kenosha police, 22-year-old Jesse Lang wad arrested on recommended charges of possession of cocaine and bail jumping. Officers on patrol said they saw the suspect near the front doors of Sunnyside Florist. Lang then fled, and witnesses said he threw something away, which officers later discovered to be a bag of cocaine. Police said bail jumping was recommended because Lang has other open cases pending and had violated his bond conditions.


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