Ex Village President and Community Organizer Support Possible Felon for Village Board

Well it appears that Garski & Kelly G are two peas in a Can. Two Losers Supporting a Loser!

MOUNT PLEASANT — Former Mount Pleasant trustee candidate Charles Haakma, who has past run-ins with police, was arrested Tuesday(early August 2017) after allegedly punching a Mount Pleasant officer in the face during a road-rage dispute.

RACINE — Former Mount Pleasant Village Board candidate Charles Haakma was in court (Sept. 2017) for the first time Thursday since his Aug. 15 arrest for allegedly punching a police officer in the face during a road-rage incident.

Haakma, who has had other run-ins with police, is charged with: battery or threat to a judge, prosecutor or police officer, a Class H felony; resisting or obstructing an officer, and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors. On the felony charge, he could face up to three years imprisonment and/or a fine of up to $10,000.

Supported By Losers Garski and Kelly G

I am asking voters to allow me to continue this process with your vote on April 4th. I am also
asking voters to send me some help in finishing the job. We need good trustees who put residents
first and who want to make Mt. Pleasant professional and accountable. I ask you to cast your vote for Chuck Haakma, Dale Steger and John Martini for trustees. We cannot afford to go backwards and we must work together to move Mt. Pleasant forward.

Thank you.
Jerry Garski
Mount Pleasant Village President (Now Ex-Village Board President)

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