Saturday, September 1, 2012
Muskego McDonald's is not the place to drive if you've had a few too many.
This week's neighborhood watch crime report includes another incident where drivers under the influence never made it out of McDonald's drive-through. The restaurant has made at least two previous calls in the past year resulting in the arrest of drivers under the influence. Friday, August 24 – An 18 year old Muskego woman and 14 year old Mauston girl were arrested for shoplifting at Kohl’s Department Store. Saturday, August 25 – Sunday, August 26 – Monday, August 27 – Tuesday, August 28 – An odor of burning marijuana led to the arrest of a 46 year old Muskego woman for possession of marijuana in the S7800 block of Overlook Bay Rd. Wednesday, August 29 – Thursday, August 30 – An apartment manager in the S8400 block of Racine Ave…
Monday, July 9, 2012
Incidents in this week's crime blotter indicate folks are getting crabby and not very neighborly from the heat.
Friday, June 29 – Saturday, June 30 – Sunday, July 1 – Tuesday, July 3 – A hit and run accident was reported at Muskego County Park. Wednesday, July 4 – Thursday, July 5 –
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Perhaps it's youthful wisdom to think if you're drinking outside, you won't get caught, but a number of arrests made over the past two weeks prove that theory wrong.
After a week hiatus from the blotter, Muskego Police Lt. Dave Constantineau catches us up with the most recent incidences requiring their attention the past two weeks. Friday, June 15 – Sunday, June 17 – Monday June 18 – Tuesday, June 19 – A vehicle was damaged while parked in a parking lot in the S7900 block of Durham Dr. Wednesday, June 20 – An officer stopping to check on the welfare of a 20 year old Muskego woman walking in the area of Martin Dr. and Hardtke Dr. at 2:45a.m., resulted in the woman being cited for underage drinking. Thursday, June 21 – A 21 year old Muskego man was arrested for burglarizing the home of a friend in the S7900 block of Bay Lane Place. Friday, June 22 – Saturday, June 23 – A 31 year old Milwaukee man was …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
This week's police blotter features a theme where those caught in the act were in their mid 20s and under, and school is not even out of session yet.
Friday, May 18 – An 18 year old Manitowoc man was arrested for shoplifting at Kohl’s Department Store. His companions, a 23 year old Fredric man, and a 22 year old man from Osceola, were not charged. Saturday, May 19 – Sunday, May 20 – A resident reported a possible prowler in the S7600 block of Conrad Ct. The suspect used a ladder to knock on a bedroom window. The area was checked, no one located, however, a suspect has been identified. On May 22nd a homeowner in the W14000 block reported the theft of his 44 ft. extension ladder which had been recovered on Conrad Ct. The ladder was returned. Wednesday, May 23 –
Saturday, April 28, 2012
Several reports lead to arrests of teens for underage drinking, as police remind parents and kids that absolute sobriety should be followed in upcoming prom, and what real responsibility means.
Muskego Police made several arrests in the past week for underage drinking, and issued a timely message on responsible celebrations in the height of prom season. Muskego Police Lt. Dave Constantineau said prom, which is Saturday for Muskego High School, is a time when "we, as parents, get to see how nicely our kids can clean up; and when we finally begin to realize that they really are growing up. But growing up comes with grown up responsibilities that we have to make sure our kids understand. Unfortunately, some kids, and parents, believe it is normal and acceptable to celebrate prom with alcohol," he said. Underscoring the point were several entries into this week's crime report: A ticket for underage drinking starts at $271.50 and goes…
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Garbage dumped in yards, drunk drivers and underage drinking highlight the incident report from the Muskego Police Department
Friday, Jan. 27 - Saturday Jan. 28 – Sunday, Jan. 29 – A bartender at High Tide was cited for tending bar without a license. Monday, Jan. 30 – A man reported the theft of groceries and personal documents from his car while it was parked at Lakeshore Medical on Janesville Rd. Tuesday, Jan. 31 –