A man from Racine, Wisconsin, who admitted he fired a “warning shot” before Kyle Rittenhouse first fired his AR-15 rifle in Kenosha on August 25 has been charged with disorderly conduct-use of a dangerous weapon.
Joshua Ziminski, 35, was charged last week with disorderly conduct. Rittenhouse wound up shooting Joseph Rosenbaum, Anthony Huber, and Gaige Grosskreutz. Rosenbaum and Huber died.
“An hourlong analysis of different videos from that evening by Neil Keirnan, a Michigan-based blogger, posted Sept. 26, properly identified Ziminski and breaks down his presence near the gas station where Rittenhouse first fires his AR-15 rifle, killing Rosenbaum.”the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel wrote.
Ziminski and his wife told detectives on October 7 that he had fired a “warning shot.”
The criminal complaint against Ziminski states that videos reveal Ziminski pointing the gun up a few yards from where Rosenbaum chased Rittenhouse. “As the shot is heard, Rittenhouse turns back toward Rosenbaum,” the Journal-Sentinel noted, adding, “Witnesses say Rosenbaum then tried to grab