In case you were ever wondering, here's a little more about me...I was born and raised right here in southern Wisconsin - I was born in Waukesha and raised in Oconomowoc (proud graduate of OHS, class of 2003!).
I moved to Milwaukee after high school and got my first job in radio. I'm very proud to have worked at FM106.1 with Karen, Scott and Radar and Kerry Wolfe.
In 2011, I was offered a job "transfer" to be the Online Content Director for the Clear Channel radio stations in Madison. There, Mr. Mike Ferris offered me the job of host on 96.3 Star Country - and I couldn't be happier.
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FLORIDA (CNN) — A 10-year-old was found wandering around a Florida neighborhood, naked and drunk. Now, police are investigating this as a case of suspected child abuse.
“He couldn’t even stand. He was just, ahhh, you know. Naked, and I’m like, come in the house baby — and I went and got some of my son’s clothes,” the boy’s neighbor, Amanda Roesch said.
Two neighbors walking their dog came across the 10-year-old wandering a Spring Hill neighborhood without a stitch of clothing, it a state no child should ever experience.
The boy’s caretaker, Nedra Byrd was intoxicated as well, according to the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office — and passed out in her home across the street with a friend.
Officials say the boy reported Byrd supplied him with brandy.
When deputies arrived, they found a half-empty bottle of Christian Brother’s brandy on the counter.
The fourth-grader was taken to the hospital. His BAC was .108.
Roesch says as a mother, she is still shaken up from this incident.
“How do you not know your child is missing and drunk — drunk and missing, wandering down a dark road in the cold. I just don’t understand,” Roesch said.