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PORT WASHINGTON

At 1:31 a.m. March 12, a 28-year-old Port Washington man was warned after his dog had been outside barking for several hours. The man said he had fallen asleep after getting home work, and he apologized.

1A 17-year-old Port Washington boy was warned after his dogs were found loose at 3:42 p.m. March 12 in the area of North Wisconsin Street and East Dodge Street.

2At 4:53 a.m. March 13, police received a noise complaint for a neighbor who had been using his snow blower in the 200 block of South Tower Drive, and they felt it was an unreasonable time for this. The officer explained that this was not unreasonable, and other homeowners and businesses had been out due to the snow storm.

A 22-year-old Port Washington man reported that unknown subjects painted an obscene message on his vehicle window while it was parked on Westport Drive.

3At 1:11 p.m. March 15, a 14-year-old Port Washington girl was charged with disorderly conduct and battery after she reportedly kicked a teacher while at Thomas Jefferson Middle School, 1403 N. Holden St.

4A 65-year-old Hartford man was cited for OWI and prohibited alcohol on North Wisconsin near McDonald’s after a report of an erratic driver at 3:17 p.m. March 16.

5At 5:02 p.m March 16, a 24-year-old Port Washington man was charged with disorderly conduct-domestic violence related following an altercation with his live-in girlfriend in the 1600 block of High Bluff Road.

6A 39-year-old Oshkosh woman was charged with disorderly conduct after she came to visit her boyfriend in the 1000 block of South Spring Street, and she physically hit him and damaged items in his residence.

SAUKVILLE

7At 9:26 p.m. March 9, a 32-year-old Brillion woman was cited for no valid driver’s license and no insurance on West Dekora Street just east of Railroad Street.

8A 52-year-old Port Washington man was charged with battery-domestic violence related in the 500 block of West Whitegate Drive after a 57-year-old Saukville woman was punched in the head during an argument over their new puppy.

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