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Police Blotter 09/13/11
Town of Oconomowoc
A 16-year-old Town of Oconomowoc boy was cited for underage drinking and curfew violation after an officer stopped the boy who was riding a bicycle without a light on North Lake Aug. 31 at about 2:10 a.m.
Aaron McDowell of W37039 Yale St., reported Aug. 29 at about 1:40 a.m. someone attempted to enter his vehicle which was parked on the street. The vehicle's alarm was set off and apparently scared the perpetrator off. Nothing was taken from the vehicle.
City of Oconomowoc
An Oconomowoc driver was taken to the hospital after a three-vehicle accident at 9 a.m. Aug. 22 at Highway 67 and Oconomowoc Parkway.
According to the police report, the vehicles driven by Patricia M. Young, 52, N70 W39060 Foster Dr., and Clifford Lutes, N79 W33623 Petersen Rd., were stopped in traffic in the right lane of southbound Highway 67. Terry L. Hayes, 59, 323 S. State St., said he was looking at gas prices and checking his gas gauge just before the accident and did not see that traffic ahead was stopped.
Hayes' vehicle struck Young's vehicle, pushing it into Lutes' vehicle.
Young was taken to Summit Aurora Hospital for treatment of a head injury. She struck her head on the door post and had a noticeable bump near her left eye, according to police. Her vehicle was towed from the scene.
Hayes was cited for inattentive driving.
Police are seeking charges against a 27-year-old Oconomowoc man after an incident that took place on Sept. 4 at Olympia Resort.
Police were called to the resort at 11:30 p.m. in regard to a disorderly subject. At the front lobby, officers saw two men standing and one on the ground. Several people standing nearby said the man on the ground was hitting people for no reason. Police asked the man what was going on and he told them he went outside to smoke and a security guard hit him for no reason.
The victim told an officer that the man came outside and struck him. Prior to that, the man had been breaking bottles in the smoking area of a club inside the resort and was asked to leave. A preliminary blood test showed a 0.19 blood alcohol level.
The man told police that he came out by himself to have some drinks for his birthday and just wanted to go home. Police took him home and warned him not to return. At 12:30 a.m., police received a call that the man returned. He was uncooperative with police who arrested him and took him to Waukesha County Jail.
Police are seeking charges of battery, disorderly conduct and trespassing. The case will be forwarded to the Waukesha County District Attorney's office for review.
A 24-year-old Oconomowoc man is being referred on charges of failure to obey an officer after an incident in to 500 block of Worthington Street at 10:40 p.m. Sept. 1.
According to the police report, officers were called to a home in the 500 block of Worthington Street for a disorderly subject who was banging on windows and trying to gain entry. He left in his vehicle prior to police arrival, and police followed him, and clocked him going 65 mph in a 25-mph zone. Police activated lights and siren, but the vehicle did not stop and tried to flee through a parking lot, but officers blocked the exit.
The woman at the residence said he had come to discuss visitation times for their son and got angry and left.
Police are seeking state charges of failure to obey an officer and disorderly conduct. In addition, he was cited for operating after suspension, reckless driving, endangering safety, non-registration, improper display of registration plates, failure to stop at stop sign, speeding and was issued a warning for trespassing. He was also told not to return to the woman's residence.
Car vs. bike
Police took a report of an Aug. 19 accident after a man came to the station on Aug. 23 to report his daughter was struck by a vehicle while riding a bike.
According to the police report, the girl, Caitlin M. Mack, 17, 1023 Green Meadow Drive, was on a bike and stopped at Armour Road and proceeded to cross the street on her bike when a van bumped into her, causing her to tip over. She said her left leg was pinned between the van and her bike and when she tipped over, her right knee hit the ground. She said the driver got out and asked if she was OK. She said she was and left. The driver returned and drove her to work and then came back a short time later with a new bike for her.
The van operator, identified as Brian D. Steinke, 74, 320 E. Jefferson St., said he never saw the person on the bike. He said he wife yelled to watch out for the bicyclist that proceeded from the sidewalk to the crosswalk without stopping.
Town of Ashippun
A "small, boxlike SUV" was reported driving erratically at Highway P and Washington Road with a small child not belted in at 6:21 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 27.
Melissa Buchert, N877 Amanda St., No. 2, reported the theft of a Wii, video games, food and cleaning supplies at 11:24 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 28. The incided was forwarded to the detective division.
Police responded to W509 Highway O after a report of someone shooting in the area. The police log notes that the shooting was not illegal, but was making people at the golf event nervous. Deputies contacted a 64-year-old woman, who was cooperative and stated she was done for the day.
The Dodge County Sheriff's Department received a report at about 5:05 p.m. Sept. 7 of hypodermic needles in the road at Highway 67 and Mariah Lane, near the bus stop. A detective reported finding one needle, which he removed.
Village of Pewaukee
A 24-year-old Village of Pewaukee woman is facing charges after she broke a glass patio door to her apartment at about 7:30 a.m. Aug. 21.
According to the report, the woman told police she lives with her former fiance, a 25-year-old man, and after they agreed to call off their wedding they decided to date other people. On Aug. 20 they each went to separate bars in Milwaukee, but her former fiance ended up at the bar she was at. The woman said she believed he did so out of spite, as she had been sleeping with another man, the report said.
The woman said when she returned to the apartment she still shares with the man she found the door locked and chained, the report said. The woman said she needed her medication and she pounded on a window of the apartment in the 1300 block of Meadowcreek Drive and the man eventually gave her the medication out a window but it was not the pills she needed, the report said. The woman said it was at that point she pounded on the patio door and broke the glass, the report said.
Police are recommending the Waukesha County District Attorney's Office charge the woman with disorderly conduct/domestic abuse.
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