2 charged for campus assaults

Oshkosh and Green Bay police officers arrested two Green Bay men that police say are connected to the September 8 assaults that involved four UWO students.

The assaults, which Oshkosh police believe to be random, included three males and one female student who were all struck in the head at about 1 a.m. as they were walking home near the intersection of Lincoln Avenue and Wisconsin Street. The female student suffered a concussion and a brain bleed.

According to Wisconsin Circuit Court records, Domonick D. Strope, 20, has been charged with three counts of substantial battery, 20 counts of bail jumping as a repeater and theft off a person. As a condition, he must adhere to absolute sobriety and cannot leave the state of Wisconsin.
Strope also has cases pending in Outagamie and Brown counties. His cash bond was set at $100,000.

The court records also show Nasir J. Jackson, 18, has been charged with three counts of substantial battery, theft from a person and party to a crime.
As a condition, the court ordered him to have no contact with the UWO campus, reside with his mother in Green Bay and keep a 7 p.m. curfew. Jackson’s cash bond is set at $5,000.

The two men are set to appear in court on September 27.