Brendan Cullerton Biography and Wiki
Brendan Cullerton is an American Journalist who started working as a reporter with CBS 58 in July of 2017. He was born in the Chicago suburbs and is excited to work in such a great Midwest city. Brendan got started in the TV business reporting for the mid-Missouri NBC affiliate while studying at the Missouri School of Journalism.
Brendan Cullerton Age and Birthday
Cullerton’s age is ranged between 25-30, we will soon update his exact age.
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Cullerton then interned in the Washington Bureau for ABC News and reported for the website from the Pentagon and the White House. He reported for the ABC affiliate in Springfield Illinois for two years before making his way to the brew city.
Brendan Cullerton Fun Facts
Brendan is a big sports fan and is excited to cheer on Milwaukee sports teams. Unfortunately, being from Chicago, he has to cheer on the Bears as well. You can probably catch him playing pick-up hoops at parks throughout the city when he’s not working. Cullerton is always looking for stories and encourages anyone with a story to tell to reach out on social media.
Brendan Cullerton Articles
Search called off for missing Plymouth man
After searching for 63-year-old Kevin McClintock Thursday along the Mullet Riverbank and with drones, the flooded river had receded enough for the Sheboygan County Dive Team to search Friday.
“We got word from the dive team that the river was safe enough for them to enter for swift water rescue. We did enter from a point where we suspect the individual, Kevin, may have gone into the river,” Deputy Plymouth Police Chief Christopher Ringel said.
Friends and family joined the search for a longtime custodian in the Plymouth school district, holding out hope.
“He’d do anything for anybody, and he was always there to train and teach,” friend John Saladini said.
The Plymouth Police Department was notified just more than 12 hours after McClintock went missing after midnight Thursday morning. They searched to the end of their jurisdiction on Friday night.
“After highway 67 it gets wider, it deepens,” Ringel said. “It becomes more of a point where you’re searching for a needle in a haystack.
The Mullet River connects to the Sheboygan River, which connects to Lake Michigan. Ringel says he told the family the search is off, and it’s now day by day.
“If he did by some miraculous way make it past the whole area that we searched, we’ve got a lot of hunters in this area. Somebody will find him.”
Ringel added the river is still moving very fast and stressed that nobody should take it upon themselves to search it for McClintock.
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Long term status of Milwaukee Police Chief Morales still in limbo, public comment period begins
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — The Fire and Police Commission said Thursday night, they will take public comments on the job Chief Morales has done until Oct 20th.
FPC Chairman Steven DeVougas said they will take those opinions very seriously in their decision on whether or not to re-appoint Morales as chief.
“We actually do listen to what the community says. And they might offer perspectives that we might miss, or that we’re not aware of. Or that might be important to the community that we weren’t aware of as well.”
There was speculation that the FPC would give a more definitive answer on Morales’s future Thursday. DeVougas said he is not leaning one way or the other.
“We need to just take an inventory, and look at what’s working, what’s not working, are we headed in the right direction. What changes need to be made.”
Chief Morales said he would sign a four-year contract, and he’s ready to show the FPC and the public that he deserves that offer.
“They, you know, want to see what I’ve done in the last two years,” Morales said. “And I plan on showing them. And they also want to see what I plan to do in the next, hopefully, four years.” The FPC said they would not offer a contract of fewer than four years.
Devougas said he does think Morales has handled his tenure since February 2018 well, and mentioned Morales navigating an ACLU lawsuit and a change in the police pursuit policy.
“It’s just been a lot for him to take on, and I think he’s done it with aplomb. And, you know, that’s shown by the statistics, and the drop in crime.”