Arrest warrants were issued on Monday, Jan 29, charging Kizer with four counts of felony bail jumping in Kenosha County and a single misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct and domestic violence in Milwaukee County.
Officers examined the phone and discovered multiple messages sent to “Chrystul.” When confronted with the information, Kizer said she “does weird (expletive)” because she was locked up for two years for killing a pedophile, the complaint said.
Kizer threatened to hit the man with a baseball bat, leading to her arrest for disorderly conduct. Subsequently, she was released but later charged by Milwaukee County prosecutors, prompting Kenosha County prosecutors to file bail-jumping charges.
Kizer gained attention in 2018 when she was charged with the first-degree intentional homicide of Volar. Prosecutors allege that she went to Volar’s home on June 5, 2018, shot him in the head, set a fire in his home, and stole his belongings, including a BMW, computer, and cash.
Initially set at $1 million, Kizer’s bail was later reduced to $400,000, which various organizations posted.
As part of her release conditions, she was instructed not to commit any other crimes. Kizer, now 23, faces a complex legal battle involving both the charges related to Volar’s death and the recent allegations, with a voluntary appearance hearing scheduled for the coming week.