Koepke pursues another town of Falls constable term

by Verla Peichl Falls News Correspondent

MIKE KOEPKE MIKE KOEPKE Michael Koepke has been one of two constables for the town of Sheboygan Falls for “more years than he can remember.”

He thinks this run, even though unopposed, will be either his fourth or fifth term.

“I stay on, in this position because it’s a good way to keep in contact with the constituents and I find it to be enjoyable,” said Koepke.

Koepke feels that the town of Sheboygan Falls is a safe place to live, despite the fact that there is a growing heroin epidemic in surrounding areas.

“We, as constables, know about the heroin use, but that is something that the constables are involved in only if we see signs of it and then we can report it to the higher authorities,” Koepke said.

Koepke would like to see more people move into the town of Sheboygan Falls because he feels that it is a safe place to live.

“We’ve only had one major crime spree here,” said Koepke, “For the most part we have a good quality of people living here and they are law-abiding.”

Koepke knows that unleashed dogs are a big part of a constable’s job and he would like to see that problem disappear.

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