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Jill McIntyre found not competent, case suspended

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Jill McIntyre

MILWAUKEE (WITI) — 54-year-old Jill McIntyre, the Mukwonago woman accused of vandalizing statues outside of Miller Park, was found not competent to stand trial on Friday, January 24th. Her case has been suspended.

McIntyre was charged on Thursday, September 5th. The criminal complaint indicates a witness say McIntyre “throw blue paint on the Bud Selig statue. She then observed the woman throw a substance later determined to be sheetrock on the ‘Worker’s Memorial’ statue.” McIntyre is also accused of spray painting the broadcast trailer of WTMJ radio. On the side of the studio she wrote in paint, “70,000, 70,000 dead, rape, murder, drugs, and killer.”

When officers located McIntyre after the incident, she told officers she “spoke of people trying to sabotage her. She stated she did not like Bud Selig and that she wanted to let people know about him through her art.” McIntyre told investigators she put “ice cream” on the other statues.


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