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Police Report: June 20

Information taken from reports filed by the Waukesha Police Department

June 18, 2013

1 A caller reported child enticement at 2834 St. Andrews Court at 2:58 p.m. June 10. The caller said a man tried to grab a girl pulling a wagon and kiss her. Another person nearby reportedly took the child away from the man who left.

2 An accident was reported in the 1100 block of South Prairie Avenue at 10:10 a.m. June 10. The caller said a vehicle was upside down and two people were able to get out.

3 Police were dispatched to a report of a stabbing in Frame Park, 1200 White Rock Ave., at 8:19 a.m. June 10. It was first reported that a man was stabbed in the face and stomach in the garden possibly by another male. After police arrived and set up a perimeter, a detective reported the wounds were self-inflicted.

4 A resident at 1550 Irving Place called police at 7:20 a.m. June 10 to report their house had been broken into sometime between 3 and 6:30 a.m. Missing was a flat screen TV and purse.

5 An accident occurred at 11:30 a.m. June 12 at 1026 S. Grandview Blvd. when a 40-year-old woman crashed her vehicle into a tree. The woman, who told police she had a stroke last week, was in the vehicle confused with chest pain.

6 Neighbors of the residents at 412 N Moreland Blvd. called police at 9:37 p.m. June 14 to report fireworks being set off in the back yard. The caller said the noise and light were excessive and could be heard from the parking lot behind the apartments across the street. The residents said they were labeled as sparklers at the store and they did not realize they would be so loud. One of the fireworks started a small fire on an old railroad tie that was put out by the resident. They were told the ordinance prohibiting fireworks and were cooperative

7 A caller received a phone call at 11:29 p.m. June 14 at 1000 W. St. Paul Ave. from a man stating he was going to "drop a bomb off this weekend."

8 A man at 2125 Kilps Drive called police at 4:07 p.m. June 14 saying $160 was missing from his wallet from his unlocked vehicle. He thinks the subjects involved in an underage drinking party at this address may have taken it.

9 A woman at 1619 S. West Ave. called police at 3:49 p.m. June 14 stating that while driving north on West Avenue when someone threw an egg at her car and damaging it.

10 A caller at 2014 Cardinal Drive called police at 1:25 p.m. June 14 after she found a package with a syringe and needle wrapped around it by her mailbox. It was taken to the police department and found to be heroin and paraphernalia.

11 A man stole copper from an industrial site at 8:03 a.m. June 15 at Progress and West. The suspect left in a blue station wagon. A witness said the back of the vehicle was full of wire as he took it from the intercom across from the railroad tracks.

12 When a man returned to his house at 701 E. North St. to pick up his clothes due to a divorce and asked what they were going to do about the living situation, he called police after his wife attacked him and struck him with a water bottle at 10:30 a.m. June 15. The woman said the man was told to leave the previous night by the police department.

13 A caller reported a man who had just left Auto Zone, 200 E. Sunset Drive, at 9:14 p.m. June 15 was "clearly heavily intoxicated due to his stumbling all over the place." The caller said there were two kids in the vehicle around the age of 10 to 12. The man, who came in for a check engine light issue, was driving a red Pontiac Grand Am but was gone upon police arrival.

14 A caller reported that while he was suffering from a seizure, his friend stole money in his wallet. The theft occurred at 9:20 p.m. June 15 at 314 Walton Ave. The caller said the seizure lasted about five minutes and when it was over he noticed his wallet was not where he left it in his bedroom. He realized between $50 and $100 was missing and believes his friend took it. But the caller said he did not want her arrested and did not file a complaint.

15 A caller reported at 9:32 a.m. June 16 that his garage at 1310 Guthrie Road was egged and floured.

16 Police were called to a domestic disturbance at 4:49 p.m. June 16 at 164 N. Moreland Blvd. of several subjects fighting in the yard throwing garbage cans and yelling. A woman left the home explaining the man has been drinking for a good part of the day. When she left to give him time with their daughters for Father's Day, it made him angry and kicked her flower pots and broke a solar light and then damaged the passenger side fender of her vehicle. The woman said the man never made threats to her or her safety and did not wish a complaint for the damaged items. The husband said he would the car and replace the flower pot and solar light.

17 A caller said while she was out for a Father's Day dinner with her family, someone broke into her house and stole "tons of narcotics" at 7:19 p.m. June 16 1404 Oakdale Drive.

18 A woman called police 8:30 p.m. June 16 that she was attacked by two black males as she was walking from the Waukesha Public Library on Main Street the night before. She told police she has bruises and was going to come to the department to show them.

19 A caller at 1509 Doral Lane said his next door neighbor came over to his house and threatened to do bodily harm to his family while they were having a Father's Day picnic at 9:07 p.m. June 16. Upon police arrival, the caller said his neighbor came out of his back door and said he was going to "kick a**es)." However, the caller did not wish to file a complaint or for police to make contact with neighbor.

20 A caller said his friend stole a power saw from a car at the gas station near Taco Johns, 317 N. Grand Ave., at 1:01 a.m. June 17. The caller who said his friend then went into the residence at 348 Wisconsin Ave. The friend admitted to taking the saw but said it was a 'misunderstanding' and returned it.

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