Wis. officers remove stores' fireworks
According to the Waukesha regulation on fireworks ordinance, no person shall sell, expose, offer for sale, use, keep, discharge or explode any fireworks
By Christopher Kahagen
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
WAUKESHA, Wis. — Fourth of July marks a time for parties, celebrations and large gatherings. It also marks a time when illegal fireworks are used.
With the festive holiday approaching on Monday, Waukesha Police Chief Russell Jack wants to make sure everyone in the City of Waukesha understands one thing: "I want to get the message across that we need people to follow the ordinance," Jack said. "It's in place for a reason." According to the regulation on fireworks ordinance, no person shall sell, expose, offer for sale, use, keep, discharge or explode any fireworks.
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