Two charged in case of stolen U.S. marshal's rifle, stun gun

CREATED Jun 27, 2013

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PORT WASHINGTON - Two people have been charged with a combined six counts involving the theft of a rifle, stun gun and silencer from a U.S. marshal in Saukville.

The Ozaukee County District Attorney's office filed a criminal complaint against Clifford Fiene, 23 (five counts) and Ann Radke (one count) in the case, with charges including firearms possession, concealed weapons and theft.

Fiene could face up to 27-and-a-half years in prison if he is convicted.  Radke could face up to six years with a conviction.

According to the complaint, the marshal told police he kept his weapons and silencer in his car overnight on June 20.  When he went to his vehicle the next morning, he found his rifle, silencer, stun gun, backpack, bullet proof vest and police radio gone.

After talking with Radke, police reportedly went to a wooded area in Grafton the next day and found the  items.