1At 8:09 a.m. Feb. 14, police were asked to speak to a 14-year-old Port Washington boy at Thomas Jefferson Middle School, 1403 N. Holden St., after he had made a threatening statement about a teacher a week prior that subsequently led to him being suspended from school.
2A 37-year-old town of Grafton woman drove away from the gas pumps at Mad Max South, 1100 S. Spring St., with the gas nozzle still attached to her vehicle at 7:28 a.m. Feb. 15. There was no significant damage.
3At 8:51 a.m. Feb. 15, a resident in the 200 block of West Jackson Street reported that Port Washington High School students were parked on the street and blocking his driveway. Parking tickets were issued.
4Residents in the 800 block of Cumberland Lane reported a vehicle had driven over their lawn, leaving 2-foot ruts in the yard at 2:11 p.m. Feb. 15. There are no suspects in this case.
5At 1:35 a.m. Feb. 18, a 19-year-old Fredonia woman and a 19-year-old Plymouth woman were both cited for adult underage alcohol and underage person in a licensed premise after both subjects took off from the Pier 6 Tavern, 327 N. Franklin St., when they observed an officer in the bar.
6A 17-year-old Saukville boy was arrested and taken to Ozaukee County Jail and charges of vandalism and disorderly conduct were forwarded to the district attorney’s office at 10:53 a.m. Feb. 10 in the 300 block of North Mill Street. His mother, a 43-year-old Saukville woman, called police and said that during a verbal altercation, the son was using vulgar language, balled up his fists and swung and missed her, and then started breaking items in the living room.
7At 8:59 p.m. Feb. 11, a 53-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested on a warrant through Milwaukee County for possession of cocaine. Police found the man when his vehicle became disabled with smoke coming from the engine on East Green Bay Avenue at Foster Drive.
8A 35-year-old Port Washington man was charged with disorderly conduct in the 100 block of East Green Bay Avenue after a virtual reality game became actual reality. A 43-year-old Saukville man said he was confronted by the Port Washington man while he was out playing the game. The Port Washington man confronted the victim online through the game, saying that he “warned him.” The man then confronted the victim in the parking lot of Oscar Grady Library, subsequently punching him in the right side of his neck with a closed fist and fled the scene. Police met with the man at his Port Washington home and took him into custody.