Good morning, Mount Pleasant and Sturtevant! John Quinnies here again with your Patch Daily newsletter. We’ll get you all caught up on what’s happening locally to start today off on an informed note.

In today’s news: Updates have filtered through about the Mount Pleasant police officer who was being investigated in connection with texts sent to a Racine Lutheran student. Also: an older adult couple was robbed, police said, and coyotes are the talk for some in the Village.

First, today’s weather:

A severe p.m. t-storm; warm. High: 78 Low: 59.

Here are the top stories today in Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant:

  1. Have you seen any coyotes around the county? There’s plenty of them across Racine and Milwaukee, and sometimes they pose issues for residents. This article from the Journal Times talks about that and how Mount Pleasant has dealt with coyotes. (Journal Times)
  2. Police said an older adult couple was robbed in Mount Pleasant by workers posing as We Energy employees. (Patch)
  3. Here’s an update to the Mount Pleasant police officer who was being investigated after a student recieved texts at Racine Lutheran. (Journal Times)

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Today in Mount Pleasant-Sturtevant:

  • Young Adult Library Leaders (YALL) – Racine Public Library (4:30 PM)

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