Man charged for firing off ‘warning shot’ prior to shootings in Kenosha on August 25
According to a criminal complaint, Joshua Ziminski is charged with disorderly conduct, use of a dangerous weapon.
Court documents state authorities were able to identify Ziminski through several videos while investigating two homicides which occurred that night near 61st and Sheridan. The criminal complaint states Ziminski admitted to firing off a ‘warning shot’ into the air. He told investigators the gun he was using was later stolen from his home.
If convicted, Ziminski faces fines and up to 90 days in prison.