Police: Teen Uses Car to Threaten Time Warner Cable Employee

Teen cited with disorderly conduct for threatening behavior with his vehicle toward a Time Warner Cable van, say police.

Muskego Police cited a 17-year-old Muskego boy with disorderly conduct after he used his car to intimidate a Time Warner Cable employee at Moorland Park, say police.

According to reports, police were called to the scene by a 32-year-old Muskego man, who had parked his Time Warner van at the park on the morning of Dec. 15.

According to the man, the driver of the other vehicle was performing "burn out maneuvers" around his van, nearly striking it at one point. The vehicle then drove straight toward the van, stopping just short of hitting it.

The man then called police, fearing for his safety.

Police reported there were tire marks at the scene, and when questioning the teen, he said he thought "it was weird that a Time Warner van would be parked there."

The boy faces a fine in Muskego Municipal court for the incident. 


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