Incidents bring warning about online dating from Racine chief
News from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

In response to recent cases of local crime related to online dating, Racine Police Chief Art Howell issued a warning Friday night about the dangers of connecting with people on the Internet.

“Whether communicating with unknown individuals on Craigslist to purchase goods, or using social media for dating purposes, citizens must take precautionary steps to stay safe,” Howell’s statement said.

Howell’s statement referred to an attempted homicide in which a victim was robbed, tied up and strangled into a state of unconsciousness, and locked in the basement of her residence in the 1800 block of Oakdale Ave.

The suspect in this case, 22-year-old Terry Lee Shepard, who

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