HomeFacebookYouTubeWeather
Click to Home

Go To Search
EmailPrintRSS
St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Monday, September 17, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 22

Wanted Person-2500blk of E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 11:04am while officer was on a traffic stop, the driver a 27yr old female was found to hold two warrants with Greenfield PD for failure to file accident reports and operating a motor vehicle without insurance, with a total bond of $346.80 or PR Bond.  A PR bond was signed and the female was released from custody.

Theft from Motor Vehicle-1225 E. Norwich Ave. (parking lot)

At approximately 2:43pm citizen reports that sometime over the weekend, her catalytic converter was sawed off of her vehicle.   Officer reports sometime between 09-14-18 and today, an unknown subject(s) entered the parking lot and removed the catalytic converter from the victim’s vehicle by cutting it off.   The estimated cost of the catalytic converter was approximately $300.


Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 20

Fraud-3600blk of S. Iowa Ave.

At approximately 5:26pm complainant came to the lobby and requested an officer to report of an account that was opened in his name without his permission.  Complainant advised that on Monday, 9/17/18, he received a letter from PayPal, thanking him for opening a credit card account with them.  Complainant advised he did not open an account with PayPal and that he notified them of the fraudulent account.  Complainant advised the account was frozen and that PayPal is investigating the matter.  Complainant stated no activity had been conducted on the account, but that he needed a report to provide to PayPal.  Report filed.

Suspicious Activity-3400blk of E. Van Beck Ave.

At approximately 9:04pm Caller reports a man and woman arguing and pushing each other.  Officer reports speaking with an 18yr old male and an 18yr old female who stated they were going for a walk and hugged in the street. Both stated that a lady yelled at them not be in the street as they were walking in the 4000blk of Kingan Ave. Both denied arguing and any kind of pushing.  The subjects were sent on their way. W/A on the complaint.


Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 36

Noise Complaint-3725 E. Denton Ave.

At approximately 12:18 a.m., a citizen contacted police to report a male was standing outside being loud and was possibly smoking marijuana.  Officers responded and spoke with a 29 year old West Allis man who was talking loudly on the phone as he was ordering a pizza.  The man was intoxicated but denied smoking marijuana.  The man was warned and advised of the complaint.

Wanted Person-S. Packard Ave. @ E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 12:15 p.m., an officer on patrol came across a disabled vehicle.  The driver, a 29 year old Milwaukee woman, was found to have an outstanding traffic warrant with the West Milwaukee Police Department.  The woman was able to sign a personal recognizance bond and was released from the scene.

Suspicious Activity-Pick n Save 4698 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 1:35 p.m., a citizen called police to report observing an unknown male looking into vehicles in the parking lot and thought it was suspicious.  The male left and the citizen was able to obtain his license plate number.  Officers followed up and spoke with a 47 year old St. Francis man who admitted looking into the windows of two Honda’s that were parked next to him as he is looking at purchasing a similar vehicle.  The man was advised of the complaint.

Suspicious Activity-Clark gas station 4045 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 4:41 p.m., a citizen contacted police to report suspicious activity.  An officer responded and learned that an unknown Hispanic male driving a tan Chrysler 300 confronted the complainant accusing him of following him from the scene of a shooting in the area of 11th and Oklahoma Ave. in the City of Milwaukee.  The complainant was concerned because there was a young child in the vehicle.  The complainant was able to obtain a license plate number as the man left the gas station.  West Allis Police Department was notified to conduct a welfare check at the address of the vehicle’s registered owner.

Theft from Vehicle-4628 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 4:43 p.m., a citizen called police to report a theft from his vehicle.  Officer responded and learned that sometime between 1:30 p.m. on 09/15/18 and 12 p.m. on 09/17/18, unknown person(s) removed the catalytic converter from his vehicle without consent. Report filed.



Thursday, September 20, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 25

Stolen Vehicle/Possession of Cocaine-E. Layton Ave. @ S. Brust Ave.

At approximately 2:17 a.m., an officer on patrol came across a disabled vehicle.  The officer discovered that the vehicle had been reported stolen to the Milwaukee Police Department.  The driver, a 21 year old Milwaukee man, was taken into custody without incident.  Upon searching the vehicle, officers discovered cocaine which was packaged for sale.  The man was conveyed to the Milwaukee County Jail.  The case will be referred to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office for review. Report filed.

Damage to Property-Airport Motors 1602 E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 2:58 a.m., an officer on patrol discovered the sliding glass door to the business was damaged.  It appeared someone had punched the door but was unable to gain access to the building.  Officer will follow up with the business owner.

Retail Theft-Value Village 3100 E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 1:21 p.m., an employee contacted police to report a retail theft.  The employee was able to retrieve the stolen items from the woman and she was last seen on a motorized scooter heading southbound on S. Nicholson Ave. towards the Walgreens in Cudahy.  The employee stated the woman has stolen from the store in the past.  She is described as a white female, 40 - 50 years of age, black hair, glasses, wearing all red. Investigation continues. Report filed.

Burglary-3201 S. Lake Drive

At approximately 3:20 p.m., a citizen contacted police to report a burglary to her apartment.  Investigation revealed that sometime between 08/22/18 and 08/23/18, unknown person(s) entered the complainant’s apartment without consent and stole prescription medication and two credit cards. Investigation in ongoing. Report filed.

Theft-3660 E. Denton Ave.

At approximately 4:33 p.m., police were called to the facility for a report of a theft from one of the residents.  Investigation revealed that unknown person(s) without consent stole one of the resident’s wallet containing cash and credit cards. Investigation is ongoing. Report filed.



Friday, September 21, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 30

Operating after Revocation-4100 block S. Kinnickinnic Ave. @ 02:09 am

While on a traffic stop, a 21 year old male from Cudahy was arrested for operating while revoked.  This case will be referred to the District Attorney’s Office for charges.

Disorderly Conduct- Pick’n Save, 4698 S. Whitnall Ave @ 06:16 am

Officers responded to a 911 call from Pick’n Save regarding a disgruntled customer who was upset, because customer service was unable to load his bus pass until 8 am.  While officers were en-route, the subject took a pocket knife out and showed the employee the knife allegedly stating, “You know what I can do?”  The 23 yo Milwaukee man was arrested without anyone being injured.  He was transported to the Milwaukee County Jail and charges are being referred to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office.

Disorderly Conduct- 3000 block E. Layton Ave @ 10:12 am

A local business owner called to report an argumentative subject in the store who wanted to return a broken smoking device.  Per the store’s policy, these devices are non-refundable.  Officers asked the subject to leave the business and advised him not to return.

Neighbor Trouble-1700 block E. St. Francis Ave @ 11:43 am

A caller reported that he is having trouble with a neighbor who is accusing him and his wife of being racist. There was not any evidence supporting the allegation of racism.  This is an ongoing neighbor issue and officers mediated.

Fraud-2000B E. Layton Ave. @ 12:46 pm

An employee of a local pharmacy reported that he received a phone call about an unusual prescription that needed to be filled.  The employee called the doctor back and learned that the doctor’s identity was most likely stolen.

Disorderly Conduct- St. Francis High School, 4225 S. Lake Dr. @ 9:32 pm

Officers mediated a verbal argument between rival team fans at the football game.


Saturday, September 22, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 15

Drug Possession-2300 block E. St. Francis Ave. @ 6:14 pm

A 19 yo female from Milwaukee was arrested after providing officers with a false name on a traffic stop.  Following arrest, she was found to be in possession of marijuana.  She was cited and released from custody.


Sunday, September 23, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 24

OWI (4th offense, felony)-2100 block E. Howard Ave. @ 02:31 am

While on patrol, an officer observed a vehicle pull over and park.  The driver got out of the vehicle and urinated in the roadway.  After identifying the driver, the 36 yo West Allis man was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 4th offense, a felony. He was transported to the Milwaukee County Jail and charges will be referred to the DA’s Office.

Domestic Violence/Disorderly Conduct- 4500 block S. Kansas Ave. @ 08:02 am

Officers responded to a residence for the report of an argument between a mother and daughter.  Following an investigation, the 22 yo daughter was arrested for domestic violence.  This case will be referred to the DA’s office for charges.

Vehicle Complaint/Suspicious Activity- 4698 S. Whitnall Ave. @ 2:05 pm

A caller reported there was a red van blocking the driveway in the parking lot, and it appeared the two male occupants were drinking alcohol.  Officers responded and spoke with the occupants.  The vehicle had disabling damage, and the drinks were actually Root beer.  They had a tow truck on the way.

Vehicle Complaint/Suspicious Activity- 3700 block S. Ahmedi Ave. @ 4:20 pm

A citizen reported that there were occupants of an auburn/brown muscle car (with dealer plates) “staring at him.”  The caller reported the subjects were also walking around, but had since left the area.  He found their activity suspicious.  Officers responded to the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle.

Animal Complaint- 1900 block E. Norwich Ave. @ 5:13 pm

A complainant advised that while walking her dog, another dog ran down a driveway at her and bit her while she attempted to protect her own dog.  Officers responded and issued an “animal quarantine” to the owner of aggressive dog. 

Mutual Aid (Milwaukee PD) - E. Van Beck/S. Clement Ave. @ 8:40 pm

St. Francis Fire and Police Departments responded to the above intersection to assist in the extrication and investigation of a single vehicle accident. A 60 yo St. Francis woman struck a parked vehicle and was exhibiting signs of alcohol impairment.  Milwaukee PD arrived on scene and finished the investigation.  The female was arrested for OWI (1st offense).

Noise Complaint- 4200 block S. Vermont Ct. @ 10:52 pm

A neighbor called to complain about loud music.  Officers made contact with the tenant who was playing the music, and he turned it down.


Monday, September 24, 2018

Total Calls for Service: 13

Wanted person-3400 E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 11:38pm Mequon PD advised that they were out with a 25yr old Milwaukee man that had a valid warrant with our department for operating a motor vehicle without insurance. The man was unable to post the $124.00 bail.  The man signed a PR bond at the Ozaukee County Jail.