A resident reported that her personal files including her social security number had been “hacked” at her place of employment March 31.


1Four people were caught on surveillance video entering Grafton High School, 1950 N. Washington St., going into the pool area and pouring green paint into the pool and also throwing in a mattress Friday, March 17, and reported March 21. One suspect, an 18-year-old Grafton man, was located and admitted begin involved. The other suspects have not yet been named and the investigation, including the cost of the cleanup is ongoing. The pool was cleaned and ready for use March 21.

2Various items valued at more than $200, including baskets, pens, soap, towels and toilet paper were taken from the Great Room at a condo complex, 2107 Pine Ridge Court, before March 23. Workers who had come to the complex reported items were missing and police were called.

3A 42-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for non-registration and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle after he was stopped for no license plate in the 1600 block of Port Washington Road at 8 p.m. April 4. A 22-year-old Milwaukee man, a passenger, gave police a false name and was cited for resisting/obstruction.

A resident reported a scam after receiving a call from “her grandson” and others saying they were “stranded” and needed money March 28. She gave the caller a credit card number and her driver’s license information. The next day, she found out the call was a scam and cancelled her credit card that had not been used.

4A 37-year-old Grafton man was cited for disorderly conduct/domestic violence related after he pushed a female relative down and hit her March 28. The man denied the allegations, saying the woman fell on her own.

5A 27-year-old Grafton woman was cited for illegally passing a school bus stopped with red lights flashing and the stop-arm extended at Black Foot Avenue and Carrier Court at 11:30 a.m. March 28. The woman said she “mistakenly sped around the bus” because she didn’t see the stop-arm.

6A 25-year-old Milwaukee woman was cited for possession of marijuana, non-registration, driving with a suspended license and referred to the DA for felony bail jumping and possession of an electric weapon after she and another woman were recognized as previous shoplifters as they entered Shopko, 1771 Wisconsin Ave., at 2 p.m. March 29. In the car, police found about a gram of marijuana, brass knuckles, a Tazer and clothing from various stores, including Marshalls and Claire’s along with security sensors.

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