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Who Is Brett Blomme (Judge)? Wiki, Arrested, Charged, Bio, Age, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Brett Blomme (Judge) Wiki

The Justice Department of Wisconsin announced that Milwaukee County District Court Judge Brett Blomme was arrested on Tuesday for possession of child pornography.

According to the statement, Blomme was arrested by special agents from the Wisconsin DOJ Crime Investigation Division “after an investigation into multiple child pornography uploads via a Kik messaging app account in October and November 2020”.
“Based on the records linking these uploads to the defendant, DCI inspectors received a search warrant for the defendant, his rooms, his vehicle, and his residences in Milwaukee and Dane Districts,” the statement said.

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Brett Blomme Milwaukee County Judge Arrest, Investigation

The State Justice Department announced that Milwaukee County District Court Judge Brett Blomme was arrested on Tuesday on provisional charges of possession of child pornography.

According to the statement, 38-year-old Blomme was arrested by special agents at the State Criminal Investigation Department “after an investigation into multiple uploads of child pornography through a Kik messaging application account in October and November 2020”.

The statement said, “Based on the records linking these uploads to the defendant, DCI inspectors received search orders for the defendant, his rooms, his vehicle, and his residences in Milwaukee and Dane Districts.”

A criminal complaint is expected Wednesday against Blomme. He was arrested in Dane County.

As a judge, Blomme is currently appointed to the Milwaukee County Juvenile Court. He was elected to court in the spring 2020 elections, defeating incumbent Milwaukee District Judge Paul Dedinsky, appointed by former Republican Governor Scott Walker.

Before being elected, Blomme was the head of the zoning appeals board for the City of Milwaukee, appointed by Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, and chairman of the Cream City Foundation, which provides grants to LGBTQ groups in the Milwaukee area.

Blomme, a longtime LGBTQ activist, was a major gifts manager at the AIDS Resource Center in Wisconsin for 18 months after a stint at the Madison City Law Firm. He made criminal defense at the State Public Defense Bureau from 2011 to 2015.

He is a graduate of Marquette University.

During the election, Blomme had to explain why she, her husband, and their children live in both the Milwaukee and Madison area.
Blomme said her family lived in a small duplex in the west side of the city, which the couple bought in 2018. But she and her husband bought a much larger house in Cottage Grove Village, a suburb of Madison, in April 2019 for $ 380,000.

Blomme said her husband was in a very special position at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and could not find a similar job in Milwaukee. “Nothing came out,” said Blomme.

Blomme grew up on a farm in Missouri and came to Milwaukee to join Marquette. He returned to Missouri for law school but returned to Wisconsin.

He ran as a liberal opponent to a person appointed by the conservative Walker.

“I am the progressive alternative,” he said during the campaign.

The investigation was conducted by the state Department of Justice with the help of the Milwaukee County Attorney’s Office.

Other relevant agencies include the police departments in Wauwatosa, Cottage Grove, and Brookfield, the Racine County Sheriff’s Office, the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department, and the Minnesota Criminal Detention Bureau.

 

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