1An unknown number of cell phones was taken from US Cellular, 11521 N. Port Washington Road, about 2:50 a.m. May 3. Police responded to an alarm and found a smashed rear window and entry gained. Surveillance video revealed a person, who was gone when police arrived, had been in the store for just 98 seconds.
2A 24-year-old Green Bay man was cited for his second possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license in the 14300 block of I-43 at 2:07 p.m. April 30. K-9 Iron hit inside the car, where 13.5 grams of marijuana were found.
3A 26-year-old Sheboygan man was cited for possession of marijuana and his second driving without a valid license in the 14200 block of I-43 at 5:42 p.m. April 30. K-9 Iron hit inside the car and police found 1.1 grams of marijuana.
4A 23-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for his second possession of cocaine and a 24-year-old Milwaukee woman for her first and both for possession of drug paraphernalia at Sybaris Pool Suites, 10240 N. Cedarburg Road, at 2:40 a.m. May 2. As police were checking a car without a valid license, they saw what appeared to be cocaine along with a scale and pipe inside that car just as the man walked out of his room. When he saw police, he went back inside. A short time later, he exited again and at first denied the car was his but then admitted it.
5A car was found keyed and “rear-ended,” causing damage at Sybaris Pool Suites, 10240 N. Cedarburg Road, at 4:10 a.m. April 29.
6A 26-year-old Milwaukee woman was cited for prowling after she refused to leave Sybaris Pool Suites, 10240 N. Cedarburg Road, at 5:14 a.m. April 29. She was first seen in her car and then found outside a room, where she said her “ex-boyfriend” was.
7A 19-year-old Chandler, Arizona, man was cited for underage drinking after Campus Security called police at Concordia University, 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive, at 1:29 a.m. May 1. The man, who said he was celebrating his birthday, had a BAC of 0.22. Campus Security confiscated beer and a bottle of tequila.
A resident reported a call saying his grandson was in trouble and he needed to purchase a $450 money order at Walmart and transfer that money to someone in the Dominican Republic on May 2. The resident purchased the money order but, after speaking with a relative, realized it was a scam and the order was cancelled and no money was sent.
No reports received.