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St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 10

Suspicious Persons-3000blk of E. Cudahy Ave.

At approximately 12:40am 911 caller reports there are two males in the yard with flashlights.  Officers checked the area and did not locate anyone.

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 20

Domestic Incident-2200blk of E. Eden Pl.

At approximately 1:07am 911 caller, from Red Bar, reports a female subject came into the bar stating her boyfriend attacked her and took her vehicle.  Officer spoke to the victim, who reported getting into a verbal argument with her boyfriend that ensued into a physical altercation, where she had been strangled, slapped, and struck with a closed fist.  While officers were searching the area, a vehicle matching the description was seen outside of the victim’s residence with a subject going to the house.  Officers located the boyfriend hiding in the basement and took him into custody.  The 26yr old St. Francis man was arrested for strangulation, battery-DV, and disorderly conduct-DV.  The man also had a warrant with the Sheriff’s Dept. for a traffic offense (OAR).  He was then transported to the Milwaukee County Jail. The case will be reviewed by the DA’s office for charges.  Report to follow.

Suspicious person-2812 E. Bolivar Ave.

At approximately 5:10am 911 caller reports hearing something hit her window. She stated then someone started pounding at her door. The subject, described as a f/w with blonde hair, wearing a blue shirt and blue jogging pants, was last seen walking away down the hallway.  Another tenant reported she had walked out of the building and walked over to 2812 E. Bolivar Ave. with a male subject.  Investigation showed that the female was visiting her friend at 2812 E. Bolivar Ave. and had went to the wrong building.  The caller was advised also of this.

Damaged Property-2700 Hidden Dr.

At approximately 2:36pm complainant came to the PD lobby to report that someone knocked his fence down, and that there are footprints leading up to the fence in the snow.  Officer reports unknown who the footprints belong to and they don’t go anywhere.  May have been from someone walking by to look at the damaged fence.  The complainant just wanted it documented.

Retail Theft-4698 S. Whitnall Ave. (Pick N’ Save)

At approximately 4:34pm employee from Pick N’ Save reports a retail theft occurred 15 minutes prior to calling.  Officer reports two unknown female black subjects stole a total of $203.73 worth of baby supplies and diapers.  A license plate of the suspect vehicle was provided by an employee from Dollar General who also had similar items taken by the same subjects earlier.  The suspects left in a black Dodge Charger.  A data base search showed that the vehicle has been used in the past for retail thefts. Further follow-up to be done.   Report to follow.

Retail Theft-3048 E. Layton Ave. (Dollar General)

At approximately 4:43pm Employee reports that approximately 20 minutes prior to calling two F/B suspects in their mid 20's, wearing all black clothing, left the store with laundry baskets filled with assorted items.  The suspects left in a black Dodge Charger, towards E. Layton.  Officer confirmed the two suspects in this case were the same from an earlier retail theft at Pick N’ Save.  A total of $55.10 worth of diapers and cleaning supplies were taken from Dollar General.   Further follow up to be done.  Report to follow. 

Domestic Incident-3600blk of E. Denton Ave.

At approximately 8:14pm Caller reports her boyfriend beat her up. She reports he has been drinking.   The boyfriend had left the residence prior to officer’s arrival.  While searching the area the man was found exiting a neighbor’s back yard.  The 42yr old man was arrested for Battery-DV and DC-DV and conveyed to PD.  He was then transported to a local hospital due to prior medical problems.  The man was admitted to the hospital.  He was released and order in to the DA’s office.  This case will be reviewed by the DA’s office for charges.  Report to follow.

Thursday, January 16, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 19

Suspicious Persons-3775 E. Denton Ave.

At approximately 1:46am caller reports seeing two male subjects, a M/W and M/H, wearing all black and with back packs, who were walking down hallways and outside, and finds it suspicious.  Officers checked the area and inside the building and were unable to locate subjects. 

Disorderly Conduct-3660 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 8:27am 911 caller from Deer Creek School requesting officers for a student who is being out of control in one of the classrooms.  Officers report that the teachers were able to calm the student down and no further police assistance was needed.

Assist the Fire Department-4230 S. Nicholson Ave. 

At approximately 5:?41pm 911 call reporting a fully engulfed vehicle fire. Officers and Fire Department sent.  Preliminary investigation showed that employees were driving the work truck back to the shop after leaving a job site and when they turned onto S Nicholson Ave., noticed smoke coming out from underneath the dash.  The driver pulled to the side of the road, the smoke got worse, and the vehicle started on fire beneath the dash.  The Fire Department was able to extinguish the fire.  The incident is still under investigation. No injuries were reported.  Report to follow.

Suspicious Activity-4110 S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 11:12pm caller reports there is a small dark green Corolla, occupied with a few people.  The caller did not know how many subjects were in the vehicle but stated they have the windows down and are laughing. Caller believes they may be trying to hide.  Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicle.

Friday, January 17, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 26

State Traffic Arrest-3700blk of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 1:55am while on a traffic stop, the driver a 26yr old Cudahy man was found to be revoked and operating outside of his occupational hours.  The man was placed under arrest, booked, cited and released.   Report to follow. 

Wanted Person-3400 E. Howard Ave.

At approximately 8:07am Milwaukee County House of Corrections advised they are out with a male subject who holds a valid warrant with our department for obstructing an officer (verbal) $502 or sign PR Bond.  The man was unable to post and a PR Bond was signed. Warrant cancelled.

Saturday, January 18, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 32

Harassment-3100 block E. Cudahy Ave.

At approximately 2:45 p.m., two citizens came to SFPD to report being harassed and threatened on Facebook.  Officers spoke with the couple who stated they felt they were being threatened and harassed on Facebook due to some legal issues they were having that went public.  They requested the two parties to be warned and advised to stay away from them. Officer made contact with a 41 year old St. Francis man who was advised of the complaint. Officer attempted contact with the 2nd party with negative results. The 41 year old St. Francis man would later contact SFPD to report he was now being harassed on Facebook and felt the complainant was using a fictitious profile to harass him. All parties were warned and advised on their behavior and that future complaints could result in municipal citations being issued.

Trespassing-St. Francis High School 4225 S. Lake Drive

At approximately 4:34 p.m., an employee called police to report observing several unknown individuals snowboarding down the stadium stairs onto the track filming it. The employee was concerned for their safety and wanted them to stop. Officer arrived and spoke with 6 males, none of whom were students at SFHS, and advised them of the complaint. The males left without incident.

***SFPD responded to 3 snow shoveling/plowing complaints***

Sunday, January 19, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 25

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

At approximately 9:06 a.m., an employee called police to report a male had stolen merchandise and fled the store without paying. Officer located the 51 year old South Milwaukee man in the 4500 block of S. Whitnall Ave. The man had stolen lobster tails and a porterhouse steak. The man was taken into custody and conveyed to SFPD where he was booked, cited, and released. Report filed.

Assist Fire Department-2600 block Hidden Drive

At approximately 11:45 a.m., SFPD and SFFD responded to the above location for a report of a dryer fire.  The fire was suppressed by SFFD and MFD. Nothing suspicious and no injuries were reported. Report filed.

Drug Complaint-3862 S. Lake Drive

At approximately 4:04 p.m., a citizen called police to report a resident continuously smokes marijuana and it’s causing a nuisance due to the odor. Officer responded and spoke with a 32 year old St. Francis man who stated to smoking “CBD flowers” and not THC due to having recent back surgery and he did not want to take narcotics.  He was advised of the complaint. The complainant stated they would follow up with management.

Monday, January 20, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 28

Wanted Person-4200blk of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 8:05pm while officer were on traffic stop the driver a 25yr old South Milwaukee man was found to hold a valid warrant with Oak Creek PD for Operating a Vehicle without insurance- $124 or Sign PR Bond. A PR Bond was signed and the warrant was cancelled.

Wanted Person-3200blk of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 9:20pm while on traffic stop the driver a 22yr old South Milwaukee man was found to hold a valid warrant with Oak Creek Police Department for operating after suspension- $124 or PR bond.  A PR Bond was signed and the warrant was cancelled.

Family Trouble-2300blk of E. Eden Pl.

At approximately 9:54pm 911 caller reports that her husband has been drinking and has been verbal attacking her sons. Officers spoke with all parties regarding the complaint.  Investigation revealed the husband was intoxicated and the family was concerned about his drinking.  The husband swore at his wife prompting her to call the Police before things escalated.  Officers counseled the husband on his actions and advised him if his actions continued he would be arrested.

Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Total Calls for Service: 19

Possession of Drugs-4200blk of S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 3:30am while officer was on traffic stop, he smelled the odor of marijuana emanating from within the vehicle. The driver was asked to step out of the vehicle so officers could conduct a search of the vehicle.  The driver refused to exit the vehicle and locked the doors on officers refusing to get out.  The driver eventually rolled the window down to talk, officers opened the door and removed the driver from the vehicle.  The driver, a 27yr old Milwaukee woman was found to be in possession of THC.  She was arrested for Possession of THC and Resisting Officer.  Report filed.

Suspicious Vehicle-3600blk of S. Ahmedi Ave.

At approximately 4:14am caller reports a suspicious vehicle, described as a Chevy Impala, black, that is parked in the area, while a second subject got out of the vehicle and walked up to multiple porches.  Officer reports locating the vehicle, and advised they are out delivering newspapers, nothing suspicious.  Dispatch advised the caller of same.

Suspicious Activity-4430 S. Kansas Ave.

At approximately 7:34am caller reports a newer black Buick 4dr sedan with a male Hispanic driver and a German Shepard dog in the passenger seat driving around the back the building then talking to workers about their trailers and whether they are locked.  Vehicle left the property e/b on S. Whitnall Ave. The caller did not obtain a license plate but followed the vehicle for a short distance with his personal vehicle and may have captured it with his dash cam.  Caller will contact officer if he is able to obtain a license plate after reviewing the footage. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the vehicle. 

Truancy-2600 E. Bolivar Ave.

At approximately 10:21am principal at Willow Glen School requested truancy citations be issued to the parents of three students due to excessive absenteeism.  SRO officer issued three citations.  Report filed.

Domestic Incident-4469 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 12:45pm 911 caller reports her ex-boyfriend was hitting her in face and head, sprayed her with a chemical, and came at her with a pair of scissors. The suspect left in his vehicle prior to officers’ arrival.  Officer reports an argument started while the caller was cleaning the apartment.  While the caller was cleaning the bathroom, the ex-boyfriend sprayed her with Lysol, slapped her multiple times on the side of her head and pushed her onto their bed.  He then grabbed a scissors and made a threatening lunge towards caller but stopped when she refused to move.  He then fled when the caller called 911.  A Temporary Felony warrant was entered for Reckless Battery-DV.  Report filed.