Teen Charged with Third Felony in a Year

A Kenosha teen has been charged with his third separate felony in a year. 17 year old Christopher Carstens allegedly participated in the attack of a man on October 25th of last year with two other suspects. The incident reported happened on 66th street and 25th avenue. The criminal complaint states that Carstens allegedly pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the victim. He then reportedly pistol whipped him. They then also allegedly robbed him. Carstens has previous charges in which he allegedly was involved in a hit and run after stealing a car for which he received a deferred prosecution. He was also out on bond on retail theft charges. Carstens is in custody on 15-thousand dollars bond.


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