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Police Report: May 21

May 20, 2009

BAYSIDE

There were no reportable incidents last week.

BROWN DEER

• A 26-year-old Milwaukee woman is a suspect for obstruction after she reportedly used her sister's name and birth date when stopped for speeding Feb. 7 in the 8800 block of North Deerwood Drive. The sister came to the station May 6 after receiving a letter regarding the unpaid ticket. The suspect had also used her sister's identification in January after receiving a ticket from Wauwatosa police.

1A wallet and contents including a Social Security card and $130 in cash was taken from a secured locker in the men's locker room at the YMCA, 9250 N. Green Bay Road, on May 11.

2Dents and scratches were found on the passenger side of a car in the 4400 block of West Dean Road on May 11. Damage was $400.

3A 23-year-old River Hills man was arrested for drunken driving and speeding 58 mph in a 40 mph zone in the 4500 block of West Brown Deer Road on May 15. He reportedly admitted having a "couple of beers" at a bowling alley. His blood-alcohol content was 0.11.

4A 26-year-old Milwaukee woman was arrested for drunken driving after she drove through a red light in the 5400 block of West Brown Deer Road about 4 a.m. May 16. Her BAC was 0.08.

FOX POINT

5A Fox Point woman was the victim of a battery in the 8600 block of North Port Washington Road after what appeared to be a road rage incident on North Port Washington Road at West Bender Road about 8 p.m. May 7. The victim said a car cut in front of her, and she honked her horn. Eventually both cars pulled into the River Point Shopping Center. The victim was approached by the other driver who slapped her in the face. The suspect was described as a black female, about 20, thin with long hair. The Fox Point woman was not badly hurt.

6Two counterfeit $100 bills were found in deposits at the M&I Bank, 8740 N. Port Washington Road, on May 11. The bills had been cashed at the Dollar Delight, 8681 N. Port Washington Road, and GNC, 8705 N. Port Washington Road. The bills were turned over to the Secret Service.

7At least eight bottles of vodka and tequila valued at more than $300 were taken from CVS Pharmacy, 8661 N. Port Washington Road, on May 13. The clerk said she heard bottles clanging, and when she looked, saw two males grabbing the liquor.

8A 24-year-old Brown Deer woman was arrested for drunken driving after she was seen speeding in the 7200 block of North Lake Drive about 2:30 a.m. May 15. Her BAC was 0.18. She also used her turn signal every time the road curved.

9Pry marks were found on a new garage service door in the 200 block of East Fox Dale Road on May 15. No entry was gained.

GLENDALE

10A 69-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested for drunken driving after he was seen speeding and driving erratically in the 2200 block of West Good Hope Road about 2 a.m. May 10. When the officer asked the man to lower the driver's window, he lowered the back window. When asked if he could do field sobriety tests, he said he could because he was younger than the officer. His BAC was 0.22.

11A 13-year-old Glendale boy was cited for theft of a bicycle from a garage in the 5400 block of North Bethmaur Lane on May 10. The victim said the Glendale boy and an 8-year-old Milwaukee boy were teasing his dog and poking it with a stick. The man took his dog inside and called 911 as the older boy opened the garage door and road off on the bike.

12A 17-year-old Milwaukee girl was picked up on an outstanding warrant after a report of people using a master key to get into rooms without paying at La Quinta Inn and Suites, 5323 N. Port Washington Road, May 11. The key had been lost and used to open three rooms reportedly occupied by the girl, a cousin and friend or friends creating a bill of more than $290. One of the suspects paid $50 as a down payment and said they would pay the rest. The warrant turned out to be cancelled.

13A 26-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested for drunken driving in the 6100 block of Green Bay Avenue about 2 a.m. May 12. The man was seen driving very slowly - from 11 to 20 mph - and making an unlawful left turn. His BAC was 0.14.

14Three 17-year-old Milwaukee girls were arrested for theft from Kohl's, 5650 N. Bayshore Drive, on May 12. The girls had put shorts and tops, valued at more than $300, into their purses and left the store.

15A case of Grey Goose vodka valued at $360 was taken from Pick 'n Save, 6969 N. Port Washington Road, on May 13. A man entered the liquor department asking to buy cognac. When the clerk went to open the locked display case, the man picked up the vodka and ran from the store followed by the clerk. He got into a car driven by a woman and the clerk got the plate number.

16A 15-year-old Milwaukee girl was arrested for theft of clothing from Kohl's, 5650 N. Bayshore Drive, on May 13. The girl had taken the items into a fitting room and left the store. The empty hangers were found in the fitting room. The apparel was found in her purse and backpack.

RIVER HILLS

There were no reportable incidents last week.

SHOREWOOD

17A man called police to report that a he had struck a rabbit in Fredonia and the rabbit was stuck in his front grill and still alive, and he was now at Shorewood High School, 1701 E. Capitol Drive, about 6:30 a.m. May 11. Wildlife Rescue arrived and picked up the rabbit for treatment.

18A 41-year-old Shorewood woman was mailed a citation for disorderly conduct for throwing rocks at her neighbor's house in the 4100 block of North Stowell Avenue on May 12. The woman reportedly admitted throwing the rocks but only because her neighbor's children had put them in her yard.

19An 18-year-old Fox Point woman was arrested for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after a report of two women physically struggling in the 4200 block of North Newhall Street on May 14.

20A bicycle valued at $410 was taken from a yard in the 4400 block of North Murray Avenue on May 15.

21A 19-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested for operating while impaired, operating after revocation and possession of marijuana in the 4300 block of North Oakland Avenue about 7 p.m. May 16. The man reportedly said he knew he was revoked and said he had a blunt in his pocket and there was marijuana in his glove box.

WHITEFISH BAY

22A student reported that $15 to $20 had been taken from her purse at Dominican High School, 120 E. Silver Spring Drive, on May 11.

23A koi, a decorative fish valued at $175, was reported missing from a pond in the 4700 block of North Hollywood Avenue on May 11. The fish was black, white and orange and about 14 inches long. The owner said the pond was covered by wire and the fish either was stolen or taken by a wild animal.

24A 28-year-old Racine man was cited for speeding 41 mph in a 25 mph zone in the 5200 block of North Santa Monica Boulevard on May 12.

25A 16-year-old Milwaukee boy was cited for noncriminal juvenile disorderly conduct after he reportedly pushed another student - his sister - to the floor at Whitefish Bay High School, 1200 East Fairmount Ave., on May 13. The sister, who had a swollen lip and pain to her nose and face, was treated at a hospital and released. The boy said he did not mean to hurt his sister but that she had pushed him causing him to flinch and he struck her with his elbow. The disagreement was over car keys.

26A 59-year-old Mequon man was cited on allegations of hit and run after he backed out of a driveway, hit a parked car and left the scene in the 5100 block of North Elkhart Avenue on May 13. A neighbor saw the accident.

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