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St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 28

Noise Complaint-3600blk of S. Kansas Ave.

At approximately 1:18pm Anonymous caller reports the neighbor has their stereo too loud.  Officers checked the area and were unable to locate any loud music.

Theft-3000blk of E. Crawford Ave.

At approximately 3:32pm caller reports someone stole an amazon package containing 3 bottles of Brut after shave valued at $23.99 from her house, and the neighbor witnessed it. Contact made with the witness who stated some time form 12:03 pm and 12:45 pm she observed a m/w, 6'00, mid 20's, wearing unknown color shirt and shorts take the amazon package from the front porch and her neighbor.  The suspect then fled in what might be a dark purple Toyota possible 2 door. The witness at first thought it was a grandchild of the victim, but later realized it was not.  Report to follow.

Domestic Incident-4628 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 4:33pm caller reports her son slapped her in the face, he is still on scene and threatening to punch her.  Investigation showed that the 31yr old St. Francis man slapped his mother on the face without her consent.  The man was arrested for Battery – DV related.  The man was conveyed to the Milwaukee County jail.  This case will be reviewed by the DA’s office for charges.  Report to follow.

Wanted Person-3400 E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 6:46pm South Milwaukee PD was out with a female who had two valid warrants with our department.  First one was for trespass to land with a bond of $439 or PR Bond and the second one for Retail Theft, bond of $817 or PR Bond.  The 50yr old Cudahy woman was unable to post bond so she signed a PR bond and was released from custody.


Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 34

Wanted Person-3400 E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 5:53am Franklin PD was out with a female subject who holds two warrants with our department. One for retail theft, $817 or PR Bond, and a second one for trespass to land, $439 or PR Bond. The total amount of $1256 or sign PR Bond.  The 34yr old Oak Creek woman was unable to post the bond and signed a PR bond.  She was released from custody.

Wanted Person-3300blk of E. Norwich Ave.

At approximately 8:34am while on a call, officer found the female subject to hold a warrant for issue of worthless checks.  $502 or sign PR Bond.  The 65yr old St. Francis woman was unable to post and a PR Bond was signed.

Disorderly Conduct-1800blk of E. St. Francis Ave.

At approximately 11:03am subject came in the lobby requesting to speak to an officer regarding harassing messages and phone calls from his ex-fiancé.  The complainant stated his ex-girlfriend is in the process of moving out of their apartment and is constantly sending him harassing text messages and repeatedly calling him.  The complainant was counseled on his options in handling the harassing behavior.  The complainant elected to wait on police assistance as he is hoping to handle this situation on his own.  He was given info on obtaining a restraining order.  No further assistance needed.

Neighbor Trouble-4145 S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 5:07pm Caller reports that her neighbor keeps harassing her and leaving notes on her door. An additional call was received from the other neighbor who reports his downstairs neighbor has 2 loud fans going, causing a disturbance.  Officer reports talking with the caller, who stated that her neighbor has left 5 notes on her door over the last several weeks regarding the noise her fans make and he had been stomping on the floor prior to officer arrival.   Officer reports the fans (ceiling and bathroom fan) were not very loud.   Officer then spoke with the neighbor inside his apartment and the callers fans could be heard, but only very slightly.  Officer advised the neighbor that the very minimal noise from the caller’s fans do not meet the criteria for a noise violation.  The neighbor was advised to contact management regarding the issue and to stop leaving notes on the caller’s door.

Suspicious Activity-3545 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 8:17pm Caller stated that as she was depositing a check at PNC ATM, a black Cadillac Escalade pulled up next to her on S. Pennsylvania Ave. and attempted to make conversation with her. The driver then sped off after the passenger said "no, or lets go!"  The caller believed the driver saw she didn't have cash, so he left the area. No plate obtained, last seen west on E. Eden Pl.  Officers checked the area but were unable to locate that vehicle.


Thursday, July 11, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 30

Noise Complaint-3200blk of E. Koenig Ave.

At approximately 6:28am Anonymous caller reports that construction started at 550hrs today. Caller would like the workers notified that they are being too loud. PO Conrad advised the construction workers on the complaint and that construction can’t start until 7:00am during the week per city ordinance.

Theft from Motor Vehicle-4500blk of S. Pennsylvania Ave.

At approximately 6:45am caller reports that his vehicle was rummaged through overnight.  The caller stated the only thing taken was a flashlight valued at $10.  The caller did not wish to speak with an officer, just wanted the police department to be aware of it.

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

At approximately 7:46am caller reports three of her vehicles were rummaged through overnight.  The only item take was a $10 bill from her son’s wallet that was in one of the vehicles.  The caller was on her way to work and just wanted the police department to be aware of what happened.

Theft from Motor Vehicle-3500blk of E. Waterford Ave.

At approximately 8:14am caller reports someone rummaged through her vehicle overnight and took some change.  She did not wish to speak with an officer, only wanted the police department to be aware of what happened.

 

Theft from Motor Vehicle-3800blk of S. Packard Ave.

At approximately 9:11am caller reports someone rummaged through his vehicle overnight.  A blk back pack and some change was taken.  Caller just wanted to make the police department aware of it and did not want to speak with an officer.

Retail theft-4698 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 9:43am Employee from Pick N Save reports a theft occurred approx. 15 minutes ago. The suspect left in a gray 4dr AFB8348/WI 5 bottles of Jack Daniels 1.75 liters. Suspect are described as one male/Hispanic and one female/white, Employee was outside on a break on the west side of the building and witnessed them leave towards Pennsylvania. Officer advised they left with four 1.75 liter bottles of Jack Daniels and one liter bottle of Jack Daniels.  Officer to follow up with the registered owner of the vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Accident- S. Kinnickinnic Ave. @ E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 4:50pm officers responded to a motor vehicle accident.  Caller reports being rear ended by another vehicle.  No injuries were reported and minor damage was reported.  Report filed.

Theft of bicycle-2600blk of E. Denton Ave.

At approximately 7:54pm caller Caller reports her white and teal 3 speed bike was stolen from their backyard.  Officer reports that between 1030 hours and 1930 hours, unknown actors took Christies green/teal and White Mountain bike.  The bike has a rack over the rear tire, and a St. Francis bike permit on the front handlebars.  The neighbors reviewed their surveillance camera video but nothing was captured.


Friday, July 12, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 17

Vehicle Pursuit-3900blk of S. Pennsylvania Ave.

At approximately 1:09am officer attempted to stop a vehicle for a vehicle registration violation. The vehicle failed to stop and fled from the officer.  Officers pursued the vehicle for a few miles before it crashed into a parked vehicle in the City of Milwaukee.  There was minimal damage to the vehicles due to the low speed of the suspect vehicle because it was riding on a flat tire.  Four occupants fled from the vehicle including the driver.  Officers were able to apprehend one of the passengers.  The passenger was interviewed and then transported to the Milwaukee County jail for resisting/obstructing an officer charge.  The investigation continues.   The DA’s office will review the case for the charges. Report filed.

Domestic Incident-3700blk of S. Packard Ave.

At approximately 2:21am officers were dispatched for a domestic incident.  The caller stated his girlfriend is not acting right and throwing things.  Investigation revealed that the 59yr old St. Francis man got into an argument with his 19yr old girlfriend.  The female threw items at the male and around the house causing damage.  She also hit him causing minor injuries.  The female was arrested for domestic battery and disorderly conduct.  She was then transported to the Milwaukee County jail.  This case will be reviewed by the DA’s office for charges.  Report filed.

Criminal Damage to Property-3500blk of E. Van Beck Ave.

At approximately 12:43pm Caller would like to report that someone smashed his car window sometime yesterday.   Investigation revealed that between 7:00pm on 07-11-2019 and 11:00am on

7-12-2019, unknown actor threw a brick through the passenger's side front window causing the window to shatter.  It doesn't appear anything was stolen as entry was not gained to the vehicle as the window tint kept the glass intact.  Report filed.


Saturday, July 13, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 22

Stolen Vehicle-4043 S. Pennsylvania Ave. (St. Francis Auto Wresckers)

At approximately 9:35am complainant came to the PD to report his vehicle was stolen.  Complainant advised that sometime overnight his 1994 Ford F150 was taken between 5:30pm on 7-12 and 9:30am on 7-13.  At about 7:43pm complainant called and advised that he located his vehicle in the City of Milwaukee.  Officer responded to the scene and confirmed it.  Report filed.

Disorderly Conduct-2300blk or E. Elizabeth Ave.

At approximately 9:56pm caller reports hearing what sounds like people fighting on or near the pedestrian bridge over 794. Officers spoke to several subjects and determined the fight was over a posting on Facebook.  All parties involved were warned and advised on their actions.


Sunday, July 14, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 42

State Traffic Arrest-2300 block E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 3:12 a.m., an officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation. The driver, a 41 year old Milwaukee man, was found to be driving with a revoked driver’s license.  The man was taken into custody and was booked, cited, and released from SFPD. The case will be referred to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office. Report filed.

Liquor Law Violation-Greene Park 3356 E. Lunham Ave.

At approximately 3:24 a.m., an officer on patrol came across 4 people loitering in the park.  Upon seeing the officer, 3 of them ran.  The 4th person, a 20 year old St. Francis man, was found to be under the influence of an intoxicant.  The man was cited for underage alcohol consumption and for being in a park after park hours. Report filed.

Disorderly Conduct-4000 block S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 11:15 a.m., police received a 911 call from a citizen reporting that they just witnessed a male punch a female in the face while walking at the above location.  Officers responded and spoke with a 32 year old Milwaukee man and a 36 year old Milwaukee woman who denied that a physical altercation took place.  Neither one had visible injuries and they stated they were walking to South Milwaukee and began arguing about relationship issues.  They were warned and advised of the complaint.

Disorderly Conduct-Value Village 3100 E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 2:53 p.m., an employee called police to report a customer in the store that was being disorderly and slapped another customer on the arm. Officers responded and spoke with a 52 year old Cudahy woman who had confronted another customer due to an altercation they had with each other at another store 2 months ago.  No evidence that a battery had occurred and both parties stated it was verbal only.  The woman was warned and advised regarding her behavior.

Welfare Check-4000 block S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 9:07 p.m., a citizen called police to report an unknown male was lying across the sidewalk and they were concerned for his welfare. Officer made contact with a 52 year old Milwaukee man who stated he was fine and was walking to the airport. The man was advised of the complaint and sent on his way.

Disorderly Conduct-3120 E. Norwich Ave.

At approximately 9:17 p.m., a citizen called police to report hearing what sounded like people arguing in another apartment and it also sounded like it could be physical as he heard “pounding” noises. Officer responded and spoke with a 26 year old Milwaukee man who was on the phone talking loudly to his son. There was no evidence of anyone arguing inside the apartment. The man was advised of the complaint.


Monday, July 15, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 24

Welfare Check-S. Packard Ave. @ E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 5:55 p.m., a citizen called police to report observing a male lying on the ground at the above location. Officer located a 72 year old St. Francis man who stated he stopped walking because he did not feel well.  SFFD responded, evaluated the man, and conveyed him back to his residence where he met up with his adult son.

Suspicious Activity-E. Cudahy Ave. @ S. Illinois Ave.

At approximately 9:24 p.m., a citizen called police to report being waived down by a male who “appeared to be on something.”  The male asked the caller to borrow their cell phone. The citizen drove to Pick n Save and drove back and saw the same male standing on the corner. Officer made contact with a 43 year old St. Francis man who admitted asking the citizen to borrow their cell phone.  The man stated he was waiting for a friend who was lost and he wanted to call them to give them directions. He was advised of the complaint.


Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 23

Suspicious Activity-3200blk of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 9:25am a female flagged down officer advising that she walks in Bay View Park daily.  This morning while she was on the bike path a little ways south of where the orange snow fence is located, a black male, taller wearing a red jacket came out of the woods and started to walk with her and start conversation.  She stated that he told her he drinks too much as he was holding a bottle of alcohol.   She stated she only walked with him a short time, when she separated from him.  He eventually walked to a grey/silver mini-van and drove off with a female white driver.   Complainant stated she has never seen this subject in the park before.   The female was given some personal protection advice for walking alone in the park. 

Restraining order violation-2600blk of Hidden Dr.

At approximately 12:20pm complainant came to the PD to report a restraining order violation, by her ex's mother.  Complainant reports she was granted a 4-year injunction last year against her ex-husband.   Complainant reports that she received two calls from a private number.  A voicemail was left for the second call, in which she recognized the voice as her ex-husband.  The message was non-threatening in nature, and the caller appeared to sound highly intoxicated.  Message left for the suspect to contact the investigating officer.  The case will be referred to DA's office for charging.  Report to be filled.

Missing person-3400 E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 3:21pm complainant came to the police department to report her 15yr old daughter is missing.  Complainant stated her daughter was last seen at her aunt's house on Hidden Drive in St. Francis.  Officer was able to locate the juvenile at a friend’s house in the City of Milwaukee.   The juvenile was transported to her house and turned over to her parents.    Report filed.

Disorderly Conduct-3600blk of S. Ahmedi Ave.

At approximately 11:38pm caller reports after parking his car on the street, his neighbor across the street began shouting obscenities to him, unsure what the reason was for.  The complainant just wants to female spoken to about her actions.  Officers spoke with the female neighbor about the incident.  The female denied saying anything to the complainant.  Officers advised her to not have any contact with the complainant   The female agreed and understood.


Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 18

Suspicious Activity-3400blk of E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 2:31am officer reports out with two subjects in a vehicle who states they were looking for a female friend.   While on patrol officer noticed a female subject matching the description that was provided.  The female was located on S. Packard Ave. at E. Lunham Ave.  The female stated she was getting annoyed with the one male subject who is her boyfriend while at a house party in Cudahy and decided to leave and walk home.   Officer gave the female a ride home and all parties were sent on their way.  

Wanted Person-3400 E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 1:52pm Oak Creek PD advised they were out with a 16yr old female subject who showed a warrant for Truancy for $124 or sign PR Bond.   The female signed the Signed PR Bone.  She was released from custody.

Wanted Person-3900blk of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 3:28pm While officer was on a call officer found a 27yr old female from South Milwaukee to have a warrant with Oak Creek PD for non-registration with a bond of $98.80 or PR Bond. The female was unable to post bond and signed the PR bond.  She was released from custody.