One Driver, Two Accidents in Two Days

Perhaps not paying attention to what a revoked license is supposed to mean, Muskego man is cited in two accidents in consecutive days.

A 27 year old Muskego man experienced a little deja vu after being cited in two incidents, on consecutive days at the same intersection.

The man was first cited for inattentive driving and operating after revocation after being involved in an accident at the intersection of Woods Rd. and Durham Dr. On Oct. 16, around 5:30 p.m. Less than 16 hours later, the same 27 year old Muskego man was involved in another accident at Woods Rd. and Durham Dr., around 9:30 a.m.

He was cited again for operating after revocation.

Elsewhere on the police blotter for the week:

Saturday, Oct. 13 – A 51 year old Muskego man was arrested for drunk driving in the area of Hillendale and Sunnyhill Drives.

Sunday, Oct. 14 –

  • A 19 year old Milwaukee man was arrested for absolute sobriety and no driver’s license in the area of Hillendale and Tans Drives.
  • A rollover accident at the intersection of STH 36 and US HWY 45 resulted in a 52 year old Union Grove man being cited for failure to yield the right of way, and a 36 year old Waterford woman being cited for operating without insurance.
  • A report was received of profanity written on an apartment door in the S8400 block of Racine Avenue.

Wednesday, Oct. 17 – A 32 year old Muskego man was arrested for shoplifting, carrying a concealed weapon, and a valid warrant for his arrest, after he fled Kohl’s Department Store after stealing several clothing items.

Thursday, Oct. 18 – A caller reported his boat was stolen from the S11000 block of Loomis Road sometime overnight.

Sheepshead October 22, 2012 at 02:50 PM
How do you get into an accident twice at Woods and Durham? It's a 4-way stop.
Michael Bellek October 22, 2012 at 07:07 PM
cited not arrested?
North Shore Newbie October 23, 2012 at 12:23 AM
"A 19 year old Milwaukee man was arrested for absolute sobriety..." Is there a requirement that you have at least a drop of alcohol in you when driving through Muskego?


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