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Police Report: April 29

April 29, 2013

BAYSIDE

No reportable incidents this week.

BROWN DEER

1Sexual contact between two students was reported at Brown Deer High School, 8060 N. 60th St., at 11:30 a.m. March 22. One or two students were taken into custody and ordered into the District Attorney's office. No other information was available.

2A video game system and DVDs, value not listed, were taken from a bedroom in the 4300 block of West Bradley Road sometime April 10 to 19 and reported April 20.

3A Brown Deer woman, age not released, was mailed a citation for disorderly conduct after causing a disturbance while using profane language in the main office and hallways of Brown Deer Middle School, 5757 W. Dean Road, at 8 a.m. April 17. She used profane language, including the F-word, in front of staff, her child and other students regarding how she thought her child was treated by another student on the playground. After she left, police called her and she admitted being upset and using some profane language but not the F-word.

4A rock was used to shatter the glass on a back door in the 7600 block of North Sherman Boulevard at 3:10 p.m. April 17. It did not appear entry was gained.

5A 14-year-old Milwaukee boy was arrested for negligent handling of burning material, possession of a weapon - brass knuckles - and possession of tobacco on school grounds after he and a 13-year-old Brown Deer boy set paper on fire in a classroom at Brown Deer Middle School, 5757 W. Dean Road, at 9:45 a.m. April 19. Witnesses said the boy used a lighter which he denied having until it was found hidden in his sock. The brass knuckles were found in his locker along with three cigarettes. He said he found the lighter and brass knuckles in the grass and had taken the cigarettes from his brother. The Brown Deer boy was mailed a citation for setting the fire. There was no damage.

6An Amish buggy, value not listed, was reported taken from a yard in the 8700 block of North 64th Street at 5:45 p.m. April 20. No other information was available.

A resident called 911 to ask if the Brown Deer High School field house was open at 5:30 p.m. April 21. The resident was advised of the proper use of 911.

FOX POINT

7A man, age and residence not released, was arrested April 20 for theft from Best Buy, 8755 N. Port Washington Road, at 4:40 p.m. April 14. On that date, he was caught on surveillance video with two other people putting three Mac Books valued at $2,757 into a cart, covering the items with a jacket or vest and leaving the store. On April 20, he returned to the store and was recognized as one of those suspects.

8A 15-year-old boy, a non-Fox Point resident, was arrested for underage possession of alcohol, violation of curfew and obstruction after fleeing from police as he road his bicycle in the 100 block of East Dean Road into Indian Creek Parkway at 1:11 a.m. April 20. As he slowed down, he was seen dropping a backpack in a bush. When asked why he didn't stop when he saw the flashing lights on the squad car, he said he thought it was someone with a flashlight. In the backpack was an open bottle of champagne and two unopened cans of beer. The boy, who had not been drinking - his BAC was zero - said he took the alcohol from home. The boy's father was notified and he came to the police station and took the boy and the alcohol home.

9A woman, age not released who said she lived in Mequon, was arrested for drunken driving, driving with a suspended license and refusal to take a breath test after she was seen weaving in traffic and crossing the centerline in the 7800 block of North Port Washington Road at 1:45 a.m. April 24. The woman, who admitted having three or four glasses of wine, failed field sobriety tests. At first she attempted to give a breath sample but was unable to follow directions and then refused.

GLENDALE

10Three women, 21, 22 and 29, were arrested for escort without a license and a 28-year-old man for party to that crime after driving one of the women to a hotel in the 5100 block of North Port Washington Road the evening of April 18. Police had set up "dates" with the women after they posted their services on a known prostitution website. One women said she'd been a prostitute for years starting in her teens and uses someone else's photos she found on the website. All the women said they needed the money to support their families.

11An 18-year-old Milwaukee woman was mailed a citation for disorderly conduct for yelling, cursing, kicking an office door open, breaking a mirror and pictures after being denied a refill for Adderall at Reach, "a psychotherapy clinic," at 6310 N. Port Washington Road at 1 p.m. April 19. She and other members of her family had been prescribed Adderall by the clinic which recently "discharged them" no longer giving them the drug. They continued to come to the clinic demanding the drug. The woman complained that they needed Adderall so they wouldn't suffer withdrawal symptoms. She was told Adderall is a stimulant and would not cause withdrawal symptoms only fatigue and lack of energy. The woman was mailed a citation after she failed to meet with police as she said she would on April 21.

12Fraudulent prescriptions were issued using a physician's stolen Drug Enforcement Administration number at Clinic of Cosmetic Surgery, 5201 N. Port Washington Road, at 1 p.m. April 19. Someone obtained oxycodone from both a Germantown Pick 'n Save and a Shopko in Grafton.

13A man, age and residence not released, was arrested for possession of marijuana, driving with a suspended license and expired registration and four warrants in the 5500 block of North Milwaukee River Parkway at 9:45 p.m. April 19. About 1 gram of marijuana was found in his pocked wrapped in a "wad of cash." The warrants, for driving with a suspended license and expired registration, were from Germantown, Brown Deer and New Berlin.

14A woman reported being the victim of an assault as she returned to a nail salon where she worked at Bayshore Town Center, 5800 N. Bayshore Drive, about 2 p.m. April 20. She said four girls attacked her, striking the back of her head and knocking her down and then fled into a store. She waited an hour to call police because, she said, she had a customer.

15A green Cadillac valued at $9,000, was taken from the 6900 block of North Bethmaur Lane sometime overnight April 21 and 22. The owner thought the car, which was parked on the street, had been locked. No glass was found at the scene.

16A buffet table valued at $5,000 was taken from the unlocked lobby of Urban & Taylor, 4701 N. Port Washington Road, within an hour of 8 a.m. April 22.

17A female reported the theft of her cellphone valued at $300 outside Applebee's, 5888 N. Bayshore Drive, about 4:20 p.m. April 22. The female was with male named "Scott" who asked to use her cellphone. She gave it to him, he walked into the restaurant and never returned. He was about 6-feet 3-inches tall and 170 pounds.

18A man, age and residence not released, was arrested for possession of more than 1 gram of marijuana after the report of a strong odor of the drug coming from a first floor room at LaQuinta South, 5110 N. Port Washington Road, at 4 p.m. April 23. Three plastic bags with marijuana were found in a pair of shorts in the room. The man, who admitted smoking the drug, said the shorts weren't his - they belonged to a friend who had left.

19An electronic tablet and digital media player, value not listed, and $300 cash were taken from a car in the 300 block of West River Wood Parkway before noon April 25.

RIVER HILLS

20A 43-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested for drunken driving, with two prior convictions, driving with a revoked license and driving the wrong way on a divided highway in the 1000 block of West Good Hope Road at 1:10 a.m. April 23. An officer saw the man driving a car going east in westbound lanes and stopped him. The man, who said he had "a little to drink," failed field sobriety tests and had a BAC of 0.26. He was taken for a blood draw.

SHOREWOOD

A resident reported the fraudulent withdrawal of $226 from her checking account at 5 p.m. April 19.

21Two males, ages and residences not released, were cited for trespassing in the 4300 block of North Woodburn Avenue at 10:22 a.m. April 20. They drove a car, which matched the description of one used in a Glendale burglary, into a driveway all the way to the garage. One man then went to the home and asked if "Jonathan" was there. When told there was no Jonathan, they drove off but were stopped and cited.

22A male, age and residence not released, was mailed a citation for theft April 23 after surveillance video recorded him taking three bottles of vodka valued at $111 at Pick 'n Save, 4145 N. Oakland Ave., at 4:10 p.m. April 22. A loss prevention officer recognized the man for previous thefts.

23A man, age and residence not released, was arrested for drunken driving, with a prior conviction, driving with a revoked license and nonregistration in the 1800 block of East Beverly Road at 2:30 a.m. April 25. The plate on the car was not registered to any car. The man's BAC was 0.18.

24A four-wheeled walker valued at $250 was taken from a hallway outside an apartment in the 1600 block of East River Park Court sometime before 9:30 p.m. April 25.

25A Shorewood man, age not released, was cited for disorderly conduct, after he threatened an AT&T worker in the alleyway behind the 4500 block of North Bartlett Avenue at 3:20 p.m. April 25. The man told the employee "I'm going to cut you." When police arrived, he would not open his door but spoke to them from his second-floor balcony.

WHITEFISH BAY

At least 14 cars were entered in the 4800 blocks of Diversey and Berkeley boulevards and Idlewild Avenue, in the 4900 blocks of N. Diversey and N. Hollywood boulevards, the 5000 block of North Shoreland Avenue and the 100 block of East Henry Clay Street sometime the evening of April 24 to the morning of April 25. A few cars had windows broken to gain entry but most cars were unlocked and only small amounts of change taken. Also taken were a $150 GPS unit a $100 "old iPod" and a $150 game system. One resident reported two bicycles valued at $1,300 were taken from his garage in the 4900 block of North Diversey Boulevard.

26A woman, age and residence not released, was arrested for drunken driving, no proof of insurance and lane deviation after she crossed the centerline in the 5000 block of North Lake Drive and stopped on East Circle Drive at 1:10 a.m. April 24. When asked for her driver's license, she handed the officer the window sticker showing the price of the car. When asked again, she searched the glove box and handed over a copy of the same information saying "I think that is what you need." She at first said she had one glass of wine about 7 hours earlier. When told she still smelled of alcohol, she admitted having three wines after dinner and a beer. Her BAC was 0.18.

27A jacket valued at $100 was taken when left unattended in a hallway in the English wing of Whitefish Bay High School, 1200 E. Fairmount Ave., about noon April 26 and reported that evening. There was also identification and keys in the jacket.

28Two people, age, gender and residences not released, were cited for being in park after hours and for having alcohol in Big Bay Park, 5000 North Palisades Road, about 11 p.m. April 26. About four hours later police found "multiple subjects" in the park at 3 a.m. April 27. All were ejected and citations mailed.

NORTH SHORE FIRE DEPARTMENT

Firefighters responded to 114 calls, 88 emergency medical and 26 fire/rescue, April 22 to April 28.

29Firefighters were called to a "fully involved" two-car garage fire with two cars inside at in the 5400 block of North Navajo Avenue, Glendale, at 9:27 p.m. April 24. The fire appeared to have started in the passenger side of a 2004 Audi which the owner said he had driven about two hours before. One firefighter was injured while advancing a line. The garage and contents were listed as a total loss. The fire also damaged a fence and siding on a home next door.

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