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CASE: Drabek v. SableyCourt: Supreme Court of Wisconsin142 N.W.2d 798 (Wis. 1966)P152 tortsFAIRCHILDFactsa. Plaintiff/DrabekDefendant/Sableyb. Thomas Drabek, a ten yr-old boy, was throwing snowballs at passing cars. Defendant’s car was hit inpassing. Defendant turned around and grabbed plaintiff, put him in his car, and drove him into town andturned him over to the police.c. (1) C/A: false imprisonment and assault and battery(2) relief requested:(3) defenses raised:defending self and others.Procedural History:a. Lower court’s ruling(s): jury found no false imprisonment and no assault and battery. Court dismissedcomplaint.b. Damages awarded: N/Ac. Appellant: PlaintiffIssues:a. substantive issue