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Theft, Damage and Drunk Driving Keep Police Busy

List of offenses is long in the neighborhood watch report, but basically fall into three categories.

Saturday, March 31

  • A 17 year old Brown Deer man was arrested by Milwaukee Police for operating a car stolen in Muskego on March 23rd. He was also charged with possession of drugs.
  • A mailbox was damaged in the W19300 block of Wentland Dr.

Sunday, April 1 

  • A political sign was stolen from a yard in the W19300 block of Youngwood Dr.
  • Several items were taken from an unlocked vehicle in the S6800 block of Oakhill Dr. during the overnight hours.
  • Around midnight, a 22-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for numerous boating violations at Idle Isle.

Wednesday, April 4 – A 12 year old Muskego girl was arrested for shoplifting at Kohl’s Department Store.

Friday, April 6

  • Numerous businesses located in a building in the W13100 block of Janesville Rd. were burglary victims.
  • A silver Nissan SUV parked on Sunset Dr., near Racine Ave., was struck by a hit and run driver. Yellow paint transfer was left on the SUV.

Saturday, April 7

  • Two juvenile girls confessed to damaging a window at Jensen Park.
  • A mailbox in the W13200 block of Boxhorn Dr. was damaged.
  • Numerous lawns in the area of Sanctuary Dr. were damaged by a vehicle. A 20 year old Muskego man came forward and will be taking care of the damage with homeowners.

Sunday, April 8

  • was burglarized. Officers continue to investigate several leads.
  • A blond, male white subject, 18-20 years old, wearing a grey sweatshirt and jeans, stole a bottle of alcohol from Pick N Save around 3:45pm.
  • A mailbox in the S6700 block of Adrian Dr. was damaged.

Monday, April 9 – The Valvoline Oil Change on Janesville Rd. was burglarized overnight.

Wednesday, April 11 – An officer who gave a lost motorist directions around 12:30am, found it suspicious when he then saw that same driver going in the opposite direction the officer told him to go. The officer made contact with the driver again near Racine Ave and Henneberry Dr., and ended up arresting the driver for possession of marijuana.

Thursday, April 12 – A model home in the S7800 block of Stags Leap Ct. was burglarized.

Friday, April 13 – A 35 year old Muskego woman was arrested for 1st offense drunk driving near North Cape Rd. and Durham Dr.

Saturday, April 14 - A 30 year old Wind Lake man was arrested for his 3rd drunk driving offense near Racine Ave. and Kelsey Dr. He was also charged with endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon after a loaded handgun was found in the car.

Sunday, April 15 – A GPS unit was stolen from a vehicle parked in the W17000 block of Briargate Lane.

Monday, April 16 

  • A 28 year old West Allis man was arrested for his 3rd drunk driving offense on North Cape Rd. near Schaefer Rd.
  • A 40 year old Muskego woman was arrested for shoplifting at Kohl’s Department Store.

Wednesday, April 18

  • A 16 year old Waterford girl was arrested for trying to return stolen merchandise to Kohl’s Department Store.
  • A 19 year old Waterford woman that was with her was arrested for an outstanding warrant and underage alcohol.
  • A verbal altercation at Domino’s Pizza led to a customer, a 49 year old East Troy woman, being arrested for drunk driving and disorderly conduct.

Thursday, April 19

  • A 52 year old Greenfield man was arrested for drunk driving near Woods Rd. and Tess Corners Dr.
  • Several items were stolen from a residence in the S6700 block of Gaulke Dr.
Jon Heil April 22, 2012 at 03:24 PM
Seems like more of the businesses better put up security cameras and get these loser break in people caught. That is so a must for any business now a days with the break in or with internal issues as well. Just don't get why businesses won't spend the $500, well worth the investment.
AJ April 22, 2012 at 06:15 PM
how very sad that we have regressed as a society to this level. what ever happened to dignity? burglarize working citizens because u r a pox on society!

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