1A window was broken on the west side of a building and eggs thrown on and around that building causing about $200 damage in the 600 block of Washington Avenue on Sept 16 or 17.
2A woman reported the theft of her wallet and contents valued at $89 taken from her purse during the Harvest Festival, 500 Washington Ave., the afternoon of Sept. 17.
3A 39-year-old Cedarburg woman was cited for disorderly conduct after yelling at a man, questioning his sexual behavior and then knocking his phone out of his hands during Harvest Festival, 600 Washington Ave., at 6:23 p.m. Sept. 17.
A resident reported fraudulent charges on a credit card Sept. 20.
4A 23-year-old West Bend woman was cited for shoplifting at Target, 1250 N. Port Washington Road, at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 7. The woman was seen on video taking clothing valued at $124 into a fitting room and exiting holding a few items and carrying a very full purse. She then “dumped” the items she was carrying and left the store but was stopped.
5A car was reported “keyed,” causing about $100 damage, while parked at John Long Middle School, 700 Hickory St., during the day Sept. 15 and reported Sept. 16.
6A 36-year-old Grafton man was mailed citations Sept 16 for issuing worthless checks and disorderly conduct after he cashed three checks totaling $199 that turned out to be worthless at Citgo of Grafton, 1414 Wisconsin Ave., on April 16, 19 and 23. He was sent a certified letter regarding the checks Sept. 2. When he didn’t respond, an employee called and he then made threatening and offensive statements and still did nothing regarding the worthless checks.
7Two females and a 27-year-old Grafton man were cited for selling alcohol to an underage person during an “Underage Drinking Task Force” held by the Grafton Police Department on Sept 19. An intern, not yet 21, was sent into businesses with Class A Liquor Licenses and was able to buy a six-pack of beer at Aldi, 1120 Port Washington Road; Gateway BP, 2601 Washington St.; and Sendik’s, 2195 First Ave. These employees all admitted failing to ask for an ID and selling the beer to the intern.
8A 32-year-old Milwaukee woman was cited for OWI and warned for speeding 40 mph in a 30 mph zone in the 2200 block of Washington Street at 12:46 a.m. Sept. 20. When asked if she’d been drinking, she said “One beer earlier with dinner.” When asked again she said, “Two beers.” She failed field sobriety tests and had a preliminary BAC of 0.117.