CEDARBURG, Wis (WSAU) A brother and sister have been given non-criminal citations for disorderly conduct, after they allegedly stole one of the Milwaukee Brewers’ famed racing sausages.
Cedarburg Police said Klement’s, the company that owns the sausages, pieced together the gossip on social media to identify the suspects. 32-year-old Kristin Moze of Cedarburg and her 26-year-old brother Timothy Forrer of Mequon were each given $429 for disorderly conduct. Each was also given a $390 for a missing duffel bag – and for repairs and cleaning to Guido, the racing Italian sausage stolen from a fund-raiser in Cedarburg in February.
Once the word hit the media about Guido missing, two anonymous people claimed responsibility in a note to U-S-A Today. That note had pictures, one of which showed Guido dancing the Harlem Shake in a music house right after the woman said they showed off the sausage in a bar. They turned the costume in to a Cedarburg tavern, but not themselves. The woman later apologized to U-S-A Today saying quote, “We have morals.”
Besides the fines, police said a judge could also order that the suspects donate to a food pantry.