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Police Blotter 11/04/2010

Village of Pewaukee

Theft

Police cited Kyle Kiser, 21, of Waukesha for theft and obstructing after he stole a purse from Billy Ho's, 118 Main St., on Oct. 25.

According to the report, Colleen Dunn of the Town of Lisbon reported at about 2:30 a.m. that her purse had been stolen. The purse was found in an alley behind the bar, but cash and keys were missing. Police investigated the matter and questioned Kiser, who initially lied about the incident and then confessed to taking the purse.

Disorderly

Two vehicles parked in Village Park after midnight Oct. 23 led to two people being cited for disorderly conduct.

According to the report, an officer saw the vehicles in the park and drove into the parking lot and saw what he thought to be suspicious activity in one of the vehicles. The officer saw Jason Kopka, 41, of the Town of Merton and Dawn Kussow, 37, of Sussex were engaged in an "intimate relationship," the report said.

Theft

A rope was cut and an American flag was stolen from a flag pole at the Veterans of Foreign Wars post, 202 Clark St., recently. The cost of a new flag and rope, as well as replacing the flag using a cherry picker was estimated at $394. The theft was reported Oct. 8.

Thefts

Two incidents of thefts from vehicles were reported recently. Joseph Reynders of 447 Concord Road reported that between Oct. 9 and 12 someone stole a video camera from his unlocked vehicle. Eddie Seitz of 205 Sunset Drive reported that sometime Oct. 7 or 8 someone removed change and a GPS unit from his pickup truck.

Possession

Police cited Tracy A. Fleishmann, 37, of N68 W24940 Stonegate Ct., Village of Sussex, for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after an employee at Walmart, 411 Pewaukee Road, saw a marijuana pipe in her car Oct. 20.

According to the report, an employee in the automobile repair department was working on Fleishmann's car and saw a marijuana pipe in the vehicle. Fleishmann, who was with her six-month-old infant, came back to the department and retrieved the pipe and went back into the store, the report said.

Store security was notified and police were called and Fleishmann was located in the store in possession of the pipe, which contained marijuana residue.

Hit-and-run

Police cited David A. Kunavich, 47, of N25 W27273 Orchard Lane, City of Pewaukee, for first-offense drunken driving and hit-and-run to property after his car hit a utility pole Oct. 21 at about 10:45 p.m.

According to the report, Kunavich was driving south on Prospect Avenue when his vehicle hit the pole that fell into the street. Kunavich continued to drive on but was stopped on Lake Street by police, the report said.

Kunavich was also cited for failure to control a vehicle and failure to wear a seatbelt, the report said. He was not injured.

Domestic

Police are investigating a reported domestic abuse incident involving a 20-year-old Village of Pewaukee man and his 21-year-old live-in girlfriend at about 4:30 a.m. Oct. 30 at their residence in the 1300 block of Sunnyridge Road.

According to the report, the man allegedly slapped, grabbed and choked the woman. The man fled before police arrived, and he has not yet been located to be questioned.

Village of Hartland

Vandalism

Two mirrors and a lock on a Jeep Cherokee, owned by Harriet Rodriguez of Chicago, was reported damaged Oct. 20 while parked at 180 Hill Court. The damage was estimated at $550.

Theft

Someone stole a laptop computer out of a vehicle owned by Dean Urbanski of 821 Crescent Lane on Aug. 27. The incident was reported Oct. 26.

Vandalism

Graffiti was spray painted on the doors to the Fine Arts Center, garbage cans, poles and other areas of Nixon Park. The vandalism was discovered Oct. 24. The cost to remove the graffiti was listed at $200.

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