At 3:01 p.m. Oct. 2, a 29-year-old Port Washington man was cited for a suspended registration and operating without insurance. State charges are also pending for operating after revocation.
1Two West Bend men, ages 32 and 19, and a 19-year-old Port Washington man were warned for lighting off fireworks at 7:08 p.m. Oct. 2 in the area of North Webster Street and West Van Buren Street. They were advised if officers were called back in reference to the same incident, citations would be issued.
2At 8:12 a.m. Oct. 3, Port Washington High School officials requested an officer for a student who admitted to smoking marijuana before the start of the school day. The 15-year-old boy from the town of Port Washington was warned and the matter was turned back over to school staff for discipline as no contraband was found in his possession or in his locker.
An employee with C and E Wurzer Construction of Brookfield was cited for solicitation without a license after another complaint was received. It was confirmed that they never obtained a permit/license from city hall and had been warned in reference to soliciting in the city without one.
3At 4 p.m. Oct. 3, a 45-year-old Port Washington man reported that while his vehicle was parked on Summit Drive or in a supermarket parking lot, someone may have struck his vehicle. There were very minor scratches on the passenger side tire rims and on the rear passenger door by the door handle.
A 16-year-old Port Washington boy was cited for disorderly conduct with a motor vehicle after a complaint was received that he was speeding, going in and out of traffic lanes and also tailgating another vehicle.
4At 2 p.m. Oct. 4, a 67-year-old Port Washington woman reported that her vehicle was struck by an unknown person while it was parked in her apartment parking lot in the 1600 block of N. Benjamin St.
A 39-year-old Port Washington man reported that his vehicle was struck by an unknown vehicle while it was parked overnight in Municipal City Lot C4, causing minor damage.
At 5:32 p.m. Oct. 5, a 25-year-old Racine man had charges sent to the district attorney’s office for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. His vehicle has been stopped by police as the listed owner (and the arrested subject) was found to have a suspended driver’s license.
5A 14-year-old Saukville girl was cited for truancy after Thomas Jefferson Middle School, 1403 N. Holden St., reported that she had missed several days of school. Her mother, a 32-year-old Saukville woman, was issued two citations for failure to cause her children to attend school regularly in regard to that as well as for her 11-year-old daughter, who was warned for truancy.
At 1:24 a.m. Oct. 7, state charges of disorderly conduct-domestic violence related and for strangulation were forwarded to the district attorney’s office for a 62-year-old Port Washington man. Charges of disorderly conduct-domestic violence related are also being sent to the district attorney’s office for review in the matter of the 48-year-old Port Washington woman who was also involved in this incident.
6An 18-year-old Port Washington man was cited for second offense barking dog in the area of Van Buren and Webster streets after a neighbor reported the dog barking.
7At 11:31 p.m. Oct. 7, police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle on Randy Circle. The driver, a 19-year-old from Rubicon, said he was there to meet a friend, who ended up confirming the account.
8A 20-year-old Chamblee, Georgia, man was warned after he was in Upper Lake Park after it was closed.
9At 4:56 a.m. Oct. 8, a 50-year-old Port Washington woman was after a neighbor in the 500 block of Webster Street complained of a barking dog in the area.
10A 42-year-old Kewaskum man, along with his two sons, was warned for trespassing after it was reported they were on the white boat in the parking lot at Newport Shores, 407 E. Jackson St.
11At 7:02 p.m. Oct. 8, a report was forwarded to a DNR warden after a 24-year-old Waukesha man, a 19-year-old Elkhorn man and 17-year-old Elkhorn boy were found fishing after hours at Sauk Creek in the area of Sauk Drive and West Pierre Lane.
12Police were called to the Wal-Mart Store at 4:50 p.m. Oct. 7 for a report of a retail theft in progress. Loss prevention said they observed a 45-year-old Port Washington man conceal two bottles of alcohol in his pants, then leave the store in a vehicle that was now at the Mid-City Gas Station. Police made contact with the man, who later admitted to stealing a bottle of Patron Tequila and a bottle of Ciroc Vodka. Loss prevention also said the man was a suspect in a theft from the store the day prior. In that theft, the man had taken one Xbox Controller and an HDMI switch. It was also found that the man had been banned from all Walmart Stores previously due to an incident at the Sheboygan Walmart. A record check of the man showed that he had an active warrant through community corrections for shoplifting. The man was taken into custody and transported to the Ozaukee County Jail. Charges for retail theft and trespassing are being requested through the Ozaukee County District Attorney’s Office against the man.
13Police were monitoring traffic violations at 10:08 p.m. Oct. 7 while traveling eastbound on East Green Bay Avenue at North Riverside Drive. Police entered the rear registration plate of the vehicle traveling in front of them. Department of Transportation response advised that the listed owner of the vehicle had no license issued and the registration was suspended for emissions. The driver was as a 22-year-old West Bend woman. She was found guilty of operating without a license on Oct. 9, 2015. She was taken into custody and transported to the Ozaukee County Jail for booking purposes. Charges for operating without a valid license-second offense are being requested through the Ozaukee County District Attorneys against the woman. A municipal traffic citation for no insurance was also issued.
14At 9:34 p.m. Oct. 8, police were called to a residence in the 1000 block of Knollwood Drive for a report of possible family trouble. Dispatch advised that a female subject went to the neighbor’s address and told the reporting person to call 911. Police made contact with the 34-year-old woman, who was apparently highly intoxicated and seemed distraught. She informed police that her and her husband, a 61-year-old Saukville man were drinking at a local bar and returned home and an argument ensued in the driveway between the two because her husband accused her of taking his wallet. The woman informed police that the argument turned physical when her husband pushed her down with both hands and she fell and struck her head on the cement ground. Police did observe gravel in the woman’s hair. The woman refused medical attention. The man left the residence and could not be located until the following day. The man said that an argument ensued over the wallet and finances. He stated she had fallen, but he was not sure how. The man was arrested and taken to the Ozaukee County Jail. Charges for disorderly conduct-domestic violence related are being requested through the Ozaukee County District Attorney’s Office against the man.