6/16/17 – A Reeseville man was sentenced yesterday to two years in prison and three years of extended supervision for attacking officers while he was being arrested. Jordan Kemper had previously pled guilty to one felony count of Battery to Law Enforcement and misdemeanor Criminal Damage to Property and had a felony and two other misdemeanors dismissed but read into the record. In December, police were twice called to the 22-year-old’s apartment for a report of a disturbance within a one-hour span. Officers were told that Kemper was being loud because he had drunk two large cans of Four Loko, which is an alcoholic beverage that is roughly 12-percent alcohol-by-volume and was once banned in several states. The first time police were on scene, Kemper was verbally aggressive and throwing items. On the second visit, they arrested Kemper, who head-butted one officer and attempted to spit on another. Kemper then threatened to ‘hunt down and kill’ a third officer and his family when that officer arrived at the scene to take Kemper to jail. During the transport, Kemper also kicked out both rear windows of the squad car. Upon arrival, Kemper was described as being combative with the jail staff and was placed in a padded room for his own safety, as he already had bruises on his head from hitting it against the glass in the squad car. Kemper was also ordered to pay $400 in restitution to the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office.