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St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Sunday, September 10, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 20

Arrested person-3800blk of S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

While officers were investigating a complaint, a 36yr old male was found to have a valid warrant with the Sheriff’s Department.  The male subject was turned over to them.  Report filed.

Theft from Motor Vehicle-3200blk of E. Norwich Ave.

Subject called stating that an unknown person(s) had entered his unlocked vehicle overnight sometime between 8pm-8am.  A set of keys were taken from the vehicle.  Report filed.

Theft-4200blk of S. Packard Ave.

Officers were dispatched to a business in the 4200blk of S. Packard Ave. for a theft of bottles of liquor.  Victim reports a male black subject 6’00 about 250lbs came into the store and stole 7 different bottles of liquor.  The subject fled on foot and possible got into a vehicle parked on E. Lunham Ave.

Property damage accident-1200blk E. Norwich Ave.

Officers responded to a report of an accident where an unknown vehicle had driven over the entrance sign to the apartment complex near the entrance to the parking lot.  There was no evidence left at the scene to determine what type of vehicle had struck the sign.  Report filed.

Suspicious Activity-3600blk of S. Ellen St.

Citizen reports observing two male subjects walked over behind some bushes by one of the houses.  Officers checked the area and were unable to locate anyone.

Trespassing – 2517 E Norwich Ave.

Approximately at 4:18 pm a citizen reports observing 3 Hispanic males on the roof of an abandoned building.  Officers located 3 juvenile males and 1 juvenile female, all were taken into custody, cited and turned over to their parents.


Monday, September, 11, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 34

Attempted Burglary-Clark gas station 4045 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 2:57 a.m., officers responded to the above location for an audible burglar alarm.  Upon arrival, officers discovered that the front door glass had been broken out.  Officers cleared the building and did not locate anyone inside.  Investigation revealed that an unknown white male wearing jeans, a dark colored hooded sweatshirt, and gloves entered the gas station.  The male fled northbound on S. Kinnickinnic Ave. on a bicycle upon hearing the audible alarm.  Investigation continues.  Report filed.

 


Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 40

Theft from Vehicle-3512 E. Tesch Ave.

A citizen contacted police to report a theft from his vehicle.  Investigation revealed that sometime between 12 a.m. and 8:14 a.m. on 09/12/17, unknown person(s) entered the citizen’s unlocked vehicle and stole a Kenwood stereo, pack of cigarettes, 64 gb iPod, and loose change.  Report filed.

Disorderly Conduct-3475 E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 8:21 p.m., police were called to an apartment for a report of people physically fighting.  Upon arrival, officers could hear yelling inside the apartment.  Officers spoke with a 28 year old man and a 29 year old man, both from St. Francis, who denied that a physical altercation took place.  A third male was present, but refused to cooperate with officers other than to say he was not involved.  Officers advised the occupants of the complaint and that future complaints could result in someone being cited or arrested.

Disorderly Conduct-2200 block E. St. Francis Ave.

At approximately 9:31 p.m., a citizen called police to report having trouble with her neighbor. An officer responded and learned that the citizen was walking her dog past her neighbor’s house when she began to yell obscenities towards her.  The woman, a 56 year old St. Francis woman, has acted similar towards her neighbor in the past.  The citizen did not want the woman contacted and only wished to have the incident documented.


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 22

Fraud-1300blk of E. Waterford Ave.

Complainant called stating that he had received a fax stating he had received a line of credit from “Community Bank and Trust”.   The citizen looked into the offer further and realized it was a scam.  The complainant didn’t provide any personal information.  Advised to report it to the Federal Trade Commission.


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 23

Robbery-3500blk S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At 11:30p.m., victim reports getting robbed at gunpoint while walking home.  The incident took place at approximately 10:30p.m. in the 1500blk of E. Warnimont Ave. in the City of Milwaukee.  The victim stated a Silver pick-up truck pulled up with two males inside alongside him.  The driver displayed a gun and demanded all of his belongings which was his wallet and cellphone.  The vehicle then sped off W/B on E. Warnimont Ave.  The suspects were described as a male white and a male black in their late teens.  The truck appeared to be either a Ford or Chevy.  This incident was turned over to Milwaukee PD since the crime happened in their city.

Fraud-3600blk of E. Ellen St.

Complainant called stating that she was defrauded money through Western Union while trying to sell an item on Craigslist.  Report filed.

Fraud-2800blk of E. Bolivar Ave.

Complainant came to the police department to report he had wired some money to who he thought was his brother in Lagos, Nigeria.  When his brother went to go and claim the money he was told someone who stated was him had already picked up the money.  The complainant was told he would have to contact Lagos, Nigeria police department to file a report.

 


Friday, September 15, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 23

Warrant Arrest-3400 E. Howard Ave.
Cudahy PD had a 38yr old female subject who had a warrant with our department for Fraud.  The female was unable to post the bail, so a PR Bond was signed and she was released.  Report filed.

Welfare Check-4500blk of S. Whitnall Ave.

Citizen called stating that there was a male subject passed out on the sidewalk.  The subject was highly intoxicated.  The subject was transported to St. Francis Hospital by the fire department for further treatment.

Burglary-3700blk of S. Arctic Ave.

Citizen called stating that she came home and found her door open.  Investigation showed that an unknown suspect(s) pried open her door and stole various items from inside the house.  The incident occurred sometime between 1pm and 7:30pm.

 


Saturday, Septembe 16, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 23

Mutual Aid-5050 S. Lake Dr.

Cudahy police department requesting assistance from our department for a physical fight between two employees at Patrick Cudahy.

Wanted person-2300blk of E. Eden Pl.

While officers were investigating a complaint, a 29yr old female was found to have three valid warrants with Franklin PD.  The female subject was unable to post bail.  A PR bond was signed.  The female was released and Franklin PD was advised.

Vehicle Accident-3300blk of E. Lunham Ave.

Officers responded to a 911 call for a hit and run accident.  The caller stated the suspect vehicle came out of Greene Park, made a right turn and struck her vehicle causing damage.  The victim was not injured.  The victim was able to get a license plate of the offending vehicle.  Further follow up to be conducted.  Report filed.

Vehicle Accident-3000blk of E. Layton Ave.

Officers responded to a two car accident in the drive-thru of Dairy Queen.  There was no injuries reported.  Report filed.

Theft from Motor Vehicle-3000blk of E. Norwich Ave.

Citizen reports observing two male subjects trying to break into his vehicle.  The caller stated he had scared them off.  The caller stated his vehicle was locked and now the driver’s door was open and the vehicle’s alarm was activated.  Nothing was reported taken from the vehicle.  The two male subject were described as wearing all black clothing, 5’11-6’2’’ unknown race.  The area was checked but the subjects were unable to be located.