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St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 33

Disorderly Conduct-3900 block S. Kirkwood Ave.

At approximately 6:40 a.m., a citizen called police to report overnight unknown person(s) took his landscaping rocks and used them to spell out a derogatory word.  The complainant stated he has a potential suspect in mind but cannot prove it. He requested extra watch overnight of his residence.

Panhandling-Pick n Save 4698 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 12:23 p.m., an employee called police to report a female was walking around inside and outside the store asking customers for money.  The woman had been warned and advised in the past in regards to panhandling.  Officers made contact with a 21 year old Milwaukee woman who was issued citations for disorderly conduct and trespassing as she was previously warned on 09/07 and 09/09 regarding similar behavior.

Disorderly Conduct-1920 E. Tripoli Ave.

At approximately 7:06 p.m., a citizen called police to report an ex-girlfriend was threatening to “bust out the windows on his truck” when he leaves out of town later this week. He wanted the woman spoken to. Officers spoke with a 53 year old Milwaukee woman who denied the allegations.  She was advised of the complaint and to stay away from the complainant’s residence and vehicle.

Street/Highway Complaints

Officers responded to 6 complaints between 7:56 p.m. and 10:13 p.m. regarding limbs from trees and trees being uprooted falling into the roadway due to heavy rains.



Thursday, September 12, 2019
Total Calls for Service: 22

 Disorderly Conduct-2600 E. Bolivar Ave.

At approximately 8:45am the crossing guard reported that he had asked a male subject to move his vehicle which was parked in the posted no parking zone.  The male became belligerent and yelled at the crossing guard.  The crossing guard wanted the man warned and advised on his actions.  Officers made contact with registered owner of the vehicle who admitted his involvement.   The man stated he was upset because his son was crying from being late.  The man initially denied swearing during the argument but later stated, he was sorry if he did swear.  The man was warned and advised if it occurs again, he will be arrested and cited for disorderly conduct.

Domestic Incident-3700blk of S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 10:06am caller reports on 9/12/19 in the early morning hours his brother was drinking and became belligerent. The brother then began throwing chairs and put a large hole in the living room wall.   The caller was concerned for his safety and that his brother would hurt him if he tried to intervene.  Officers did observe a large hole in the wall and damage to the chair as reported by the caller.  The brother taken into custody for DV/DC and the transported to Milwaukee County Jail.  Report filed.  

Civil Matter-4200blk of S. Vermont Ct.

At approximately 11:20am caller stated he is rehabilitating in South Milwaukee and wants his daughter removed from his apartment in St. Francis.  The caller was advised he would have to evict her as she's been living with him for over a year.  Caller called back and stated his daughter agreed to leave voluntarily.   Officer stood by while the keys were exchanged and the daughter left the property with her belongings. 

Robbery-3710 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 2:26pm officers responded to a bank robbery at Associated Bank.  Investigation revealed that a lone actor entered the bank and approached the teller window demanding money.   There were no weapons displayed.  The suspect was given an undisclosed amount of money and then fled on foot in a southwesterly direction through the parking lot.   Investigation continues with this case.  Report to follow.

Domestic Incident-3900blk of S. Packard Ave.

At approximately 10:44pm officers responded for a domestic incident.  The 911 caller stated her ex-boyfriend had a knife on him and had slapped her. The 36yr old St. Francis man was arrested for DV-Battery.  He was then transported to the Milwaukee County jail and turned over to deputies.  This case will be reviewed by the Milwaukee DA’s office.  Report to follow.





Friday, September 13, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 23

Suspicious Activity-4225 S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 6:42am caller reports a dark colored Jeep that had front end damage and was smoking pulled into the parking lot of St. Francis High School.  It then left the parking lot and went towards S. Lake Dr.  The caller did not see which way the vehicle went on S. Lake Dr.  Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the vehicle.

Motor Vehicle Accident-4230 S. Nicholson Ave.

At approximately 10:24am caller reports her vehicle was sideswiped in the parking lot.  Caller stated she was dropping off books and was partially parked in the other vehicles parking spot.  When the vehicle pulled out of the parking spot it sideswiped hers. No injuries reported.  Report to follow.

Harrassment-3627 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 10:56am Caller reports a resident at her location has been receiving "creepy" notes and would like an officer to respond for a report to be filed.  The victim advised that she has had a note slipped under her door 8 times since June from an unknown person.  The notes seem to be nonsensical ramblings.  The victim wished to have the incident documented, and to have the note-writer stop.  The caller/manager of the building advised that the handwriting is very similar to one of the tenants, as she compared it to a rent check she had.  Officer spoke with the suspected tenant who denied writing any notes.  The tenant was advised that if he did write the notes he needed to stop.  For info only at this time. 


Saturday, September 14, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 24

Operating Motor Vehicle While Intoxicated-2400blk of E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 1:35am while on traffic stop the driver a 61yr old man from Milwaukee was arrested for OAR and O.W.I. (2nd)  The man was brought back to SFPD were he was booked, cited and released to a family member.  The vehicle was towed.  Report to follow.

Suspicious Activity-3700blk of S. Rutland Ave.

At approximately 3:29am officer observed a vehicle that had eggs thrown at it.  The vehicle owners, daughter came out and stated she believes she knows who did it.  She stated the vehicle belongs to her father and she will speak with him when he wakes up in the morning to see if he wants anything further done about it. 


Sunday, September 15, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 19

Disorderly Conduct-2738 E. Bolivar Ave.

At approximately 12:56am caller reports one of his tenants is being harassed by a highly intoxicated female while he is sitting in his car in the parking lot.  Officers checked the area and made contact with the victim.  He stated the female walked into 4215 S. Vermont Ct.  Officers checked the building and were unable to locate her. 

Vehicle Pursuit-2500blk of E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 2:19am officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a dark colored two door vehicle with tinted windows for driving at a high rate of speed and disobeying a red traffic signal.  The vehicle fled from officer.  The officer pursued the vehicle for 2.3 miles before terminating the pursuit due to losing sight of the vehicle.  Report filed.

Operating Motor Vehicle while intoxicated-3200blk of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 3:31am officer was going to conduct an FI stop on a vehicle in St. Francis Seminary property.  The vehicle stopped and then backed up into the squad causing damage.  The driver was intoxicated and was given SFST’s which he failed. The driver was arrested for O.W.I- 1st offense.  He was brought back to SFPD where he was booked and cited.  He was released to his friend.  Report to follow.

Dumping/Tresspassing-4021 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 1:37am caller observed a black SUV with a blue trailer unload several mattresses and couches on the loading dock of the business.

Officer reports locating the vehicle and stopping it.   The driver admitted to dumping mattresses and other furniture on the property, but had permission from the business.   Contact made with property owner who stated that no one has permission to be on the property or permission to dump anything on the loading dock.  Officers escorted the driver and two passengers of the vehicle back to the business where they picked up the property they dumped.  All three subjects were issued municipal citations for unlawful dumping and trespassing.

 

Suspicious Activity-3500blk of E. Van Beck Ave.

 

At approximately 8:55pm Caller reports having video footage of possible drug activity at his neighbors home and would like to speak with Officer.  Officer reports that the caller did not have video footage of a possible drug deal, but did have a picture of a white sedan that parks outside of his neighbor’s house, and a younger white male comes out and exchanges money for an unknown substance with someone sitting in the back seat of the vehicle.  The caller just wanted this documented and did not want officers to attempt contact with his neighbor.  Extra patrol in the area. 

 

Suspicious Activity-3500blk of S. Iowa Ave.

 

At approximately 11:55pm caller reports observing a male subject running up and down the street yelling.  Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the subject.


Monday, September 16, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 33

Curfew Violation-4000 block S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 1:09 a.m., an officer on patrol observed a young teen riding a bicycle who appeared to be out after curfew. Officer made contact with a 14 year old Milwaukee teen who was riding his bike home. Contact was made with the teen’s mother who came to SFPD to pick him up. He was warned and advised regarding being out after curfew.

911 hang-up-Lakeshore Medical Building 2000 E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 2:18 p.m., SFPD dispatch received a 911 hang-up call from the above location. Officer responded and spoke with several employees who were unaware that 911 had been called. Officers walked the building and did not locate anyone in distress.

911 hang-up-St. Francis High School 4225 S. Lake Drive

At approximately 3:05 p.m., SFPD dispatch received a 911 hang-up call from the above location.  Contact was made with the school resource officer who advised there were no problems and no one was aware that 911 had been called.


Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 29

Vehicle Pursuit-E. St. Francis Ave. @ S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 1:14 a.m., an officer on patrol observed a newer model dark colored Honda Accord fail to stop for the flashing red signal.  The officer attempted to conduct a traffic stop and the vehicle refused to stop.  A short pursuit of the vehicle was initiated and was eventually terminated due to high speeds and poor weather conditions. Report filed.

Field Interrogation-4200 block S. Packard Ave.

At approximately 1:37 a.m., an officer on patrol observed a male wearing dark clothing riding a bicycle in the area of E. Plainfield Ave. at S. McCarty Ave.  Upon approaching the male, he fled from the officer eastbound through the yards on S. McCarty Ave.  The male was seen southbound on S. Packard Ave. and he rode his bicycle eastbound on E. Lunham Ave. where the officer lost sight of him.  Cudahy officers later located a black hooded sweatshirt in the roadway at the intersection of E. Van Norman Ave. and S. Swift Ave.

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

At approximately 8:39 a.m., an employee called police to report approximately 5 minutes prior to calling two suspects entered the store and stole 10 bottles of assorted Crown Royal liquor. They fled in a red vehicle with no plates, possibly a Dodge magnum. Descriptions of suspects: B/M 20's-30's, medium build, wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with red lettering and gray sweat pants with white shoes.  Suspect 2 B/M 20's-30's, medium build, wearing a black "flat style" hat, black windbreaker, tan pants, and red athletic shoes. Report filed.

 

 

 

 

Disorderly Conduct-St. Ann’s Center 2801 E. Morgan Ave.

At approximately 10:56 a.m., an employee called police to report a male keeps coming to the above location asking for his wife who no longer is employed there.  The man refuses to leave and causes and disturbance. They would like him contacted and told he is no longer welcome on the property. Officer made contact with an 84 year old Milwaukee man who was warned and advised of the complaint.

Suspicious Activity-Greg’s True Value 3050 E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 2:59 p.m., an employee called police to report a known person was in the store and it looked as if he was attempting to steal a faucet accessory but was interrupted by an employee. This occurred approximately 20 minutes prior. The employee wanted contact made with the male and to advise him his business is no longer welcome. Officer made contact with a 50 year old Cudahy man who was warned and advised of the complaint.

Wanted Person-3800 block S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 9:54 p.m., an officer stopped a vehicle for speeding and displaying improper registration. The driver, a 17 year old Milwaukee teen, was found to be wanted by the Greendale Police Department for outstanding traffic citations. The teen was able to sign a personal recognizance bond and was released from the scene.


Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 19

Motor Vehicle Accident-4200blk of S. Rutland Ave.

At approximately 8:18am officers were sent to a two vehicle accident.  No injuries were reported. One vehicle had backed into another vehicle.  Report filed.

Criminal Damage to Property-3900blk of S. Caulfield Ave.

At approximately 10:10am caller reports his car was hit with a rock while it was parked in the garage, garage door was open.  Caller believes it happened sometime around 3:00 am when he was awakened by a "thud" sound.  No suspects at this time.  Report filed.

State traffic arrest-1900blk of E. St. Francis Ave.   

At approximately 2:21pm while officer was on traffic stop, it was learned that the driver had a revoked driving status (OWI Related).  The driver was arrested and brought back to the police department.  The 42yr old St. Francis woman was booked, cited for OAR and suspended registration and then released.  Report filed.


Thursday, September 19, 2019

Total Calls for Service: 18

Noise Complaint-3400blk of E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 12:10am Caller reports his neighbor has a group of people over and they are being loud.  Officer reports speaking with the homeowner who was w/a of the noise complaint.   

Noise Complaint-3701 S. Iowa Ave. (Dreamer’s Bar)

At approximately 12:11am Caller reports that the bar is being loud. He would like them advised to keep it down. Caller called back stating that the group of people that were loud are leaving and it is quiet now.  Officers spoke to the bartender and advised them of the complaint.

Mutual Aid-3100blk of E. Layton Ave.

At approximately 10:59am Cudahy PD advised that they had a retail theft suspect leave Walgreen’s and leave in a maroon Suburban North on S. Nicholson Ave.  SFPD officer located the vehicle and detained two males.  The vehicle and males were turned over to Cudahy PD.

State Traffic Arrest-4300blk of S Pennsylvania Ave.

At approximately 6:18pm while officer was on traffic stop, it was learned that the driver a 24yr old Cudahy woman had a revoked driving status (State) She was arrested, booked and cited.  She was then released from custody. Report to follow.

 

Neighbor Trouble-3552 E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 10:52pm apartment manager reports the tenant in one of the apartments became verbally confrontational when a tow truck arrived to tow her friend's car. Subject is now slamming doors.  Officers made contact with the manager and the other two parties involved. Investigation showed that it was a verbal argument over the vehicle almost getting towed. All parties warned and advised on disorderly conduct.