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CEDARBURG

1Two bed frames, including headboards, valued at $500 were taken from McKinley Place, 200 McKinley Blvd., sometime Oct. 14 to 17 and reported Oct. 18. The frames were stored in an empty room.

2A 38-year-old Cedarburg woman was cited for OWI with the added charge having a child younger than 16 in the car after a 911 call reporting an accident in the 400 block of Madison Avenue at 10:10 p.m. Oct. 19. When stopped, the woman, who clipped a mirror on a parked car and kept driving, said she had been drinking “earlier.” Her BAC was 0.18.

3Two 15-year-old male students, of Milwaukee and Grafton, were cited Oct. 17 for possession of a weapon, a knife, Oct. 13 on school property at Cedarburg High School, 600 Evergreen Blvd. One of the boys brought the knife to school to sell to the other boy.

4A 15-year-old Cedarburg girl was cited for underage possession of alcohol at Cedarburg High School, 600 Evergreen Blvd., at 11 a.m. Oct. 21. She had a water bottle filled with a mixture of vodka and Mountain Dew. The girl, who had not been drinking, said she got the vodka from home.

5An employee reported that her car had been “keyed” at McKinley Place, 200 McKinley Blvd., overnight Oct. 23 or 24.

GRAFTON

6Police alerted residents regarding an attempted scam outside Pick ‘n Save, 301 Falls Road, at 2 p.m. Oct. 21. A resident was approached by a woman who said she found money in a bag and perhaps they could split it. The suspect left but returned saying “her attorney” was on the phone and he advised the women should deposit the money and split it later. The resident said they should call police and the suspect said “police cannot be trusted.” The resident knew it was a scam and did call police.

7A 50-year-old Hartford man was cited for his third offense driving without a valid license and defective headlights in the 1700 block of First Avenue at 11:50 p.m. Oct. 23. The man identified himself with a Nicaraguan passport.

8A 64-year-old town of Grafton man, an employee, was cited for theft and a warrant after telling police that two boys flipped over a quarter machine, took quarters and fled the BP Station, 2601 Washington St., at 9:09 p.m. Oct. 21. Police viewed surveillance video and when they were unable to locate the incident, they again asked the man what happened. He then admitted he made up the story and handed over 44 quarters he had in his pocket.

9A 29-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for OWI and failure to signal after he turned from Washington Street onto I-43 at 11:12 p.m. Oct. 21. He failed field sobriety tests including reciting the alphabet from E to R first saying “E, F, O, X” and then tried again saying “E, F, G, W, X, Y, Z.”  His BAC was 0.16.

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