Police Report: April 29

April 29, 2013



A safe weighing about 150 pounds and holding an undisclosed amount of money was taken from an office at the Wooden Goose, 11402 N. Port Washington Road, sometime before 5:30 a.m. April 26. A rear door had been pried open. Pry marks were also found on a door to a business next door but entry was not gained.


Two-17-year-old boys and an 18-year-old woman, all of Mequon, were arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after a TIP 411 call of a possible drug party in the 11400 block of North Concord Creek Drive at 6:45 p.m. April 20. When police arrived, there was a strong odor of marijuana on the porch and also from the home after a boy came outside and quickly closed the door. The boy denied anyone smoking marijuana but admitted he could smell it, too, but didn't know where it was coming from. Several plastic bags of marijuana were found in the home along with pipes and a scale all with marijuana residue.

A resident reported finding what appeared to be an "established drug site" near Highland and Fieldwood roads at 4:40 p.m. April 21. Police found what appeared to be a former campsite surrounded by bicycle tracks. Also found was a homemade bong.


A 22-year-old Cedarburg man was arrested April 24 for disorderly conduct at the North Shore Cinema, 11700 N. Port Washington Road, at 7 p.m. April 12. The man entered a women's restroom and peered over a stall. Management was notified and the man was told to leave, which he did. However, police were called after he was recognized as the man who had done the same thing at least four previous times. He had also been cited in the past for disorderly conduct both in Glendale and Saukville.

Six boys, ages 15 to 17, of Mequon and Thiensville, and three girls 16 and 17 of Mequon, Glendale and Fox Point were cited for criminal trespass after homeowners notified police that no one should be in their home in the 1400 block of West Zedler Lane at 8:30 p.m. April 13. One of the 17-year-old Mequon boys had removed a screen to gain entry. Inside there was evidence of the use of marijuana and prescription drugs. The teens were all cited and released except for the 17-year-old who was taken into custody because he had been previously warned he was not allowed on the property which he admitted he knew. He posted bond and was released but a few days later was arrested again, this time for bail jumping, after returning to the property.

A 20-year-old Milton woman was arrested for underage drinking after campus security found her "dazed and confused" in her dorm room at Concordia University, 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive, at 1:05 a.m. April 20. She could not stand without help and was taken to a hospital for treatment. Her blood alcohol content was 0.11.



A 66-year-old Thiensville man was arrested for drunken driving in the 200 block of North Main Street at 2:04 p.m. April 25 after a frightened driver called to say a pickup truck was following her around the community and she feared for her safety. The man said he was trying to "teach the other driver a lesson" something he has done in the past to drivers who he feels violate the law. A hand gun was also located in the front seat for which he had a valid concealed carry permit, but was taken as evidence. His BAC was 0.17. The matter will be forwarded to the District Attorney's office for endangering safety by use of a weapon.


A 17-year-old Mequon youth and 16-year-old youth, residence not listed, were cited for disorderly conduct after a caller said there were kids fighting in a parking lot in the 100 block of North Orchard Street at 3:20 p.m. April 14. It appeared other youths were filming the fight, and when officers arrived, the group left the area. Police later identified the fight participants from a YouTube video that was posted online.

Two Mequon boys, 16 and 17, were cited for underage alcohol consumption after a caller reported loud music coming from the 100 block of North Highland Road at 7:38 p.m. April 27. When officers arrived, they saw the 16- and 17-year-old with unlit cigarettes in their mouths. When the officers stopped them, they could smell alcohol on their breath.


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