Two Rivers Police have released more information in connection to yesterday’s stabbing of a city police officer. Assistant Police Chief Brian Kohlmeier says that about 3:10 p.m. the department received a report from two citizens saying they observed human remains from what they believed were an infant inside a small camper in the woods at the end of Davis Street.
The property owner—-identified as 56- year-old Raymond Mikeal who resides on McKinley Street in Two Rivers—also owns several adjacent properties near the officers’ Search. As officers were attempting to maintain security of the properties and securing search warrants they were met with an uncooperative family and were provided false information on Mr.Mikeal’s whereabouts.
Once officers were able to speak with Mikeal he fought with police while wielding a knife. During the struggle an officer identified as a 1 year veteran of the department was stabbed twice and bitten and taken to an area hospital for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. A subsequent search and investigation determined that the bones were “non-human” animal remains. Mikeal was treated at a local hospital for “minor abrasions” then transported to the Manitowoc County Jail with charges expected to be filed by the DA’s Office. A 17-year-old female on scene was also taken into custody. The Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Department is leading the investigation into the assault and stabbing of the injured police officer.