Janesville Man Arrested for Reckless Endangerment
Janesville Police have announced charges in a december 9th incident. According to a press release, officers were dispatched to a domestic disturbance around 11:20 AM on West Memorial. That’s where they were informed that 56-year-old David Krause had departed the residence with two handguns and was going to Elkhorn to kill someone. According to two victims who live with Krause, he was reportedly angered over a broken snowplow part and was going to Elkhorn to kill the person who made the repair. Krause was carrying two loaded handguns. When victims attempted to intervene, Krause threatened them with a gun and left. After being given a description of the vehicle, officers called Krause and he confirmed he was in Walworth County. Walworth County Sheriff’s located the vehicle and conducted a high risk traffic stop on County Highway H in Sugar Creek. Krause was taken into custody and numerous weapons were recovered. He is charged with two counts of recklessly endangering safety with domestic violence, and 2 counts of disorderly conduct with domestic violence. He was taken to the Janesville Police Department.