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1At 3:12 a.m. Nov. 6, police responded to a report that an unknown vehicle struck and damaged a road sign in the area of the roundabout at West Grand Avenue and Heritage Road.

2A 28-year-old Milwaukee man and a 31-year-old Caledonia man were warned for soliciting in the city without a permit at 4:38 p.m. Nov. 9 after a report was received of suspicious persons in the 1500 block of North Frances Street. They were advised to go to city hall to inquire about obtaining a permit.

3At 6:02 p.m. Nov. 10, a 19-year-old Port Washington man was cited for disorderly conduct after he was argumentative and vulgar when his uncle wouldn’t give him money. He also flipped off a neighbor.

A charge of physical abuse to a child were forwarded to the district attorney’s office at 10:28 a.m. Nov. 11 against a 21-year-old Port Washington man.

Saukville

4A 21-year-old Grafton woman, an employee, is facing two counts for theft from Walmart. Police were informed the woman had not shown up for work since placing two $500 pre-loaded debit cards in her pocket. She denied taking anything from the store. After being shown several still photographs of the incident, she told police that she didn’t take that particular card as she was helping a customer who didn’t have enough money to pay for the card so she put it back in her pocket. When asked why she is seen on camera placing it in her pocket and where the debit card is now, she didn’t answer. She then said that she didn’t take two of them, only one of them.

5A 24-year-old town of Saukville man, a former employee, was issued a municipal citation for illegal dumping at Schmit Ford. Police were conducting a business check at the location when they observed the man standing near one of the dumpsters in the back. His pick-up truck was next to him running. The man quickly walked back to the driver’s side of his truck, got in and began driving away. A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle. After approaching the vehicle, a large mattress was in the bed of the truck. The man admitted that he was attempting to throw his old mattress in one of the dumpsters in the back, but that he had permission to do so. The owner of the business said he did not have permission.

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