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St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Total Calls for Service: 37

Possession of Marijuana-St. Francis High School 4225 S. Lake Dr.

A 17 year old St. Francis High School student was taken into custody after school officials learned the student brought cookies containing marijuana to school and was selling them to other students.  The student was conveyed to the County Jail. The case will be reviewed by the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office.

Motor Vehicle Accident-S. Whitnall Ave. @ E. Layton Ave.

Officers responded for a two car motor vehicle accident with possible injuries involving a 23 year old Cudahy woman and a 64 year old Milwaukee woman.  The vehicles had to be towed from the scene. Accident report was filed.

Theft-St. Francis High School 4225 S. Lake Dr.

A St. Francis High School student reported a theft of her Apple iPhone 5.  The theft occurred between 7:30 a.m. and 10 a.m.  Investigation into this matter continues. Report filed.

Disorderly Conduct-4200 block S. Vermont Ct.

Police were called for a report of a verbal argument that was taking place in a parking lot between two females and that one of the females may have slapped the other.  Investigation revealed that a verbal argument had taken place between a 66 year old St. Francis woman and her 35 year old daughter who was visiting.  Both denied that any physical altercation had taken place. They were warned and advised of the complaint.


Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Total Calls for Service: 23

Garage Burglary-3700 block S. Iowa Ave.

A citizen reported to police that unknown person(s) had entered her unlocked garage and stole her lawnmower.  The theft occurred sometime between 9:30 p.m. on 05/16/17 and 1:00 p.m. on 05/17/17. Report was filed.

Theft-3700 block of S. Pennsylvania Ave.

A 62 year old South Milwaukee woman reported to police that her 13 year old grandson’s bicycle and tablet were stolen from a known person.  The following day, a 16 year old Milwaukee teen was taken into custody for theft and receiving stolen property. He was issued municipal citations.  The stolen bicycle and tablet were released to the owner.

Mutual Aid-4000 block S. Kingan Ave.

The Milwaukee Police Department contacted SFPD to request assistance with taking someone into custody for an armed robbery that occurred within their jurisdiction.  A 25 year old St. Francis woman was taken into custody by Milwaukee PD without incident.

Wanted Person-4000 block S. Packard Ave.

While investigating a juvenile complaint, officers discovered a 27 year old Milwaukee woman had outstanding warrant traffic warrant with the South Milwaukee Police Department.  The woman was taken into custody and later released from SFPD after posting bond.

 


Thursday, May 18, 2017
Total Calls for Service: 28

Curfew Violation/Obstructing-3500 block S. Lake Dr.

A 13 year old Milwaukee teen was cited for curfew and obstructing an officer after he was discovered riding his bicycle at 2:05 a.m.  The teen had initially given the officer a false name and false information regarding his parents to avoid getting into trouble.  A 31 year old West Allis man was also cited for obstructing an officer and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after purporting to be the teen’s father.

Theft-Greene Park 3356 E. Lunham Ave.

Police were called to the park for a report of a theft.  The victim stated while at the park, unknown person(s) stole her mountain bike and backpack.  Police later found a 16 year old Milwaukee teen in possession of the bike and backpack.  He was taken into custody and cited. The bicycle and backpack were turned over to the owner.  The teen was also found to have a warrant for his arrest with the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Department and was conveyed to the Juvenile Detention Center.  A 13 year old Cudahy teen, a 14 year old Milwaukee teen, and a 17 year old Milwaukee teen were also cited for theft party to a crime and released to their parents.

Retail Theft-Pick N Save 4698 S. Whitnall Ave.

An employee called police to report a retail theft.  Investigation revealed the suspect stole Tide and toilet paper and left prior to police arrival.  The suspect was described as: white male wearing glasses, a white T-shirt, red sweat pants, and flip flops. The suspect left in a gray vehicle, possibly a Lexus. Investigation continues.


Friday, May 19, 2017
Total Calls for Service: 42

Vehicle Complaint-3000 block E. Layton Ave.

A citizen called police to report following a possible intoxicated driver that was eastbound on E. Layton Ave. from 794.  An officer spotted the vehicle in the parking lot of Family Dollar in the Layton Mart Shopping Center. The officer spoke to the driver, a 38 year old Shorewood woman, and found no signs of impairment.  She was advised of the complaint and sent on her way.

Suspicious Activity-E. Van Beck Ave. @ S. Packard Ave.

An anonymous citizen called police to report suspicious activity.  The citizen reported observing several vehicles parked on the street.  Some of the vehicles were occupied and some were not.  Some of the vehicles were running with the headlights on and others were not.  Officers spoke with 3 adults who were playing the Pokeman Go game.  They were advised of the complaint and sent on their way.

Misuse of 911 System-4100 block S. Hately Ave.

A 64 year old St. Francis man was cited for misuse of the 911 system after he called 911 from his cellphone to report that his home phone was not working properly.  Officers responded and found the man to be intoxicated and his landline out of service.  The man had been previously warned for misuse of 911.

 


Saturday, May 20, 2017
Total Calls for Service: 20

Drug Paraphernalia-3000 block E. Layton Ave.

A 26 year old Cudahy man was taken into custody following a traffic stop after police located a marijuana grinder inside his glove box.  The man was conveyed to SFPD where he was cited and booked.  Report filed.

Motor Vehicle Accident-2000 block E. Cora Ave.

Police responded for a report of a car accident at the above location.  Investigation revealed that a 20 year old Greenfield woman had pulled her car over to the side of the road to check on a warning light that came on the dashboard.  While doing so, the woman struck a parked car. The woman was cited for inattentive driving.  Accident report was filed.


Sunday, May 21, 2017

Total Calls for Service: 19

Suspicious Activity-2300 block E. Eden Place

Police were called to a home for a report of people smoking marijuana.  Officers made contact with the residents who denied smoking marijuana.  The residents allowed officers inside and no signs of marijuana use were found.  Officers cleared.


Monday, May 22, 2017
Total Calls For Service: 32

Family Trouble-3800 block S. Ahmedi Ave.

Police were called to a residence for a dispute between a husband and wife.  Officers arrived and learned that a verbal argument had taken place and that nothing physical had occurred.  The parties agreed to separate for the day.  Both were warned and advised regarding the domestic violence laws in the State of Wisconsin.

Theft-4000 block S. Kingan Ave.

A citizen reported to police a theft of a lawnmower.  The citizen observed the suspect take the lawnmower and was able to obtain a license plate.  The lawnmower was later returned by the suspect.  The suspect told police that he was scrapping and thought the lawnmower was put out to be thrown away.  A 39 year old Milwaukee man was cited for scrapping without a license.

Wanted Person-S. Whitnall Ave. @ S. Pennsylvania Ave.

While investigating a suspicious person complaint, police discovered that a 17 year old St. Francis teen had an outstanding warrant for his arrest with SFPD regarding an unpaid municipal citation.  The teen was released after signing a personal recognizance bond.

Family Trouble-4567 S. Whitnall Ave.

Police responded to the above location for a battery complaint.  A 40 year old St. Francis man alleged that his roommate was being verbally abusive towards him and had slapped him across the face.  The roommate, a 58 year old St. Francis woman, denied striking the male across the face and stated the male was being verbally abusive towards her. No evidence of a battery was observed by officers.  Both parties agreed to separate for the remainder of the night. Both were warned and advised regarding the domestic violence laws in the State of Wisconsin. Report filed.

Disorderly Conduct-4100 block S. Hately Ave.

Police were called to a home for a report of a male who was yelling, being unruly, and making suicidal statements.  Officers spoke with a 64 year old St. Francis man who was under the influence of intoxicants.  The male denied being depressed, suicidal, or making any suicidal statements. He was warned and advised regarding his disorderly behavior. Officers cleared.