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St Francis Police Department Daily Activity Report
Thursday, September 10, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 19

Wanted Person-S. Kinnickinnic Ave. / E. Lunham Ave.

At approximately 2:57 a.m. while officer was on a traffic stop, the passenger was found to hold a valid warrant with Greenfield PD for operating after revocation, $124 or sign PR Bond. A PR Bond was signed on scene and faxed back to GFPD by officer. 

Theft from Motor Vehicle-4100 block of S. Kingan Ave.

At approximately 11:32 a.m. Caller called to report that her vehicles were parked on the street overnight and rummaged through.  Officer made contact with the caller who advised that sometime from 12am-11:10am on today's date, and unknown person entered her and her husband’s vehicles and rummaged through them. Both vehicles where unlocked, and only thing missing is a bottle of Ibuprofen. Caller just wanted it documented at this time, and extra patrols in the area. 

Harassment-3000 block of E. Armour Ave.

At approximately 11:40 a.m. a citizen came into the lobby requesting to speak to an officer regarding harassment.  Officer spoke with the complainant who reports her daughter's ex-boyfriend has attempted to hack her daughters Snapchat, several times today and had called her phone 55 times.  The daughter requested officers to tell the ex-boyfriend to stop contact with her and everyone else in the family.  Contact was made with the ex-boyfriend over the phone, who was advised to cease contact with the family or he would be cited for harassment. He stated that he understood, and would stop contact.

Warrant-2200 block of E. Eden Pl.

At approximately 5:37 p.m. while officers were investigation the previous call, one of the subjects was found to hold a valid warrant with Greenfield Police for Operating after Suspension.  $124 or sign PR bond.  The subject signed the PR bond and the Officer faxed the signed PR bond to Greenfield PD.

Friday, September 11, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 16

Suspicious Vehicle-E. Elizabeth/ S. Pennsylvania Ave.

At approximately 1:42 a.m. Officer reports out with an occupied vehicle at the above location. Officer made contact with a male and female who were sleeping in the vehicle. Contact was then made with the listed owner of the vehicle who advised he was aware that they were spending the night inside the vehicle because they were no longer welcome where they had been staying and didn’t have a place to stay for the night. 

Mutual Aid-794 / E. Layton Ave. (off ramp)

At approximately 7:54 p.m. off duty officer reports 3 vehicles stopped in traffic.  It appears to be an accident.  SFFD and Officer dispatched.  MCSO advised.  Officer reports a single car accident with no injuries.  The accident was turned over to Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Dept.

Saturday, September 12, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 22

Welfare Check-1225 E. Norwich Ave.

At approximately 12:46 a.m. Caller reports at observing male Hispanic with short hair, possible facial hair, wearing a Packers jacket, hat looked like he was trying to get into the back window of the apartment. The male was last seen e/b on Norwich Ave. about 5 min. ago in a dark color Toyota Camry with unknown plate.  The caller requested a welfare check be done on the tenant of the apartment where the male was observed at.   Officers made contact with the female at the apartment who advised that her ex-boyfriend was leaving her harassing messages and threatening to come over. She stated this is the first occurrence of this behavior and that the two have been broken up for a couple of months now but were trying to remain friends.  The female was unaware that he was outside of her apartment and she had no further info other than his first name and phone number.  The female advised she did not feel in danger and simply wanted the male subject told to cease contact with her.  Officer attempted phone contact with negative results. Voicemail left. 

Vehicle Complaint-2700 block of E. Koenig Ave.

At approximately 10:46 a.m. Anon caller reported seeing a juvenile on a mini bike driving on the roadway in the above area.  Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the mini bike.  Officers a short time later discovered where the subject was possibly staying.  Contact made at the residence with the juvenile (15yrs old) who was visiting his aunt.  Both were advised of the complaints and that the mini bike can’t be driven in the roadway, on the sidewalk, or on private property.  Both the Aunt and juvenile stated they understood.

Mutual Aid- I-94 / E. Moreland Ave.

At approximately 1:38 p.m. Officer responded with K9 Bane to assist State Patrol and Waukesha County Sheriff track a subject that had fled from a vehicle. The suspect was located hiding in a restroom at a nearby golf course.

Fraud-3500blk of E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 2:23 p.m. complaint came to the PD lobby to report being victim of unemployment fraud.  Victim reported that he was one of 100 some Milwaukee County Park's employees that were victims of unemployment fraud.  Victim stated that someone filed for unemployment and received money under his name a month before he had to file.  Due to the fraudulent claim, unemployment has not paid him for the 15 weeks he needed to file for and he is unsure when he will receive his money.  Report to follow.

Noise Complaint-1900 block of E. Leroy Ave.

At approximately 7:14 p.m. Caller reports that there is a loud party on her block and she would like them advised to keep the noise and music down.  Officer reports locating a loud party.  Officer spoke with the homeowner who stated it was her birthday and that she would turn the music down.  The homeowner was later cited for loud and unessarry noise after officers were dispatched two other separate times.

Disorderly Conduct-3500 block of E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 8:07 p.m. Caller reporting that a male subject is at the above location and is trying to get money from his ex-wife and he was told no, then refused to leave.  Officers spoke with the husband and wife who both confirmed the incident was only verbal.  The female stated she was not going to give her husband $5 as he was highly intoxicated and would only buy more booze.  The male agreed to go to his father's residence in Milwaukee.  He was given a ride to his father's residence for the night.

Noise Complaint-3800 block of S. Ahmedi Ave. Caller reports that there is a loud party in the area of the above location. Officers located the party.  Officers spoke with the homeowner who was W/A on the complaint.

Sunday, September 13, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 14

Suspicious Vehicle-3500 block of E. Tesch Ave.

At approximately 10:22 p.m. Caller went out to ask a male and female in a Toyota Rav 4 to turn down their music.  They refused to turn it down.  The caller also smelled the strong odor of Marijuana coming from the vehicle.  Vehicle left scene during the call but was last seen turning to go S/B on Packard.  Officer checked the area and the vehicle was not located.

Disorderly Conduct-4045 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 6:30 p.m. Caller reports that a male came into the store and needed to show an ID for some merchandise. When the clerk refused to sell him the merchandise the subject started to throw things around the store. The subject left northbound in a blue vehicle about 2 minutes before the call came in. Officer attempted contact with the male subject at the registered owner's residence and was unable to reach him.  A short time later, the male called the police department and spoke with Officer.  The man stated the clerk and him engaged in a verbal argument.  He stated he was upset and admitted to knocking over the newspaper stands.  The clerk stated he only wanted the subject advised he was no longer allowed at the BP store.  Officer made phone contact with the subject who was advised he was not allowed back at the store.

Motor Vehicle Accident-4698 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 4:32 p.m. Caller reports someone hit her sister's vehicle and left a note while she was inside shopping.  Officer made phone contact with the driver that left the note who admitted to striking the other vehicle while backing out of a parking spot.  The driver will come into the police department tomorrow to speak with Officer.  Report to follow.

Motor Vehicle Accident-4600 block of S. Ahmedi Ave.

At approximately 9:19 p.m. Caller reports that a vehicle struck her and her neighbor's mail boxes. Vehicle was possibly a silver or dark colored SUV crossover last seen heading towards S. Whitnall Ave., at a high rate of speed.  Investigation revealed vehicle from a DV incident that was called in a few minutes after this call had left the roadway striking a dual mailbox stand causing damage to both the vehicle and mailboxes. The driver of that vehicle will be cited for hit and run property adjacent to hwy.  Report to follow.

Domestic Incident-4561 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 9:22 p.m. 911 caller reports that his mother was punched in the face by her boyfriend while at Checkers restaurant in Milwaukee.  The caller report his mother is bleeding from the nose. Officers and SFFD dispatched. Investigation revealed a verbal argument ensued at the Checker's restaurant in the City of Milwaukee.  The female stated that the male struck her in the nose and left her at the Checker's parking lot.  A short time later, he returned and the two of them drove to the City of St. Francis where they reside.   Once in St. Francis, a verbal argument again took place the two of them and the Police were called.  The female was transported to a local hospital for further medical evaluation.  The male half had fled the scene prior to Officers arrival.  Phone contact was attempted with negative results.  Milwaukee PD was advised of the domestic incident that occurred in their City and the need to send Officers to the hospital to speak with the victim. Incident turned over to Milwaukee PD.


Monday, September 14, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 40

Shooting/Sounds of Shots-3700 block S. Ahmedi Ave.

At approximately 12:49 a.m., a citizen called police to report hearing what he believed to be approximately 5 gunshots coming from the direction of St. Paul’s School. Officers checked the area and were unable to locate the source of the noise.

Suspicious Activity-4535 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 12:59 a.m., a citizen called 911 reporting an unknown male was sitting outside her apartment door moaning. The caller was unsure if the person was injured. Officers responded and located a 69 year old Milwaukee man who was highly intoxicated. He was looking for his daughter’s apartment who resides in the same complex. Officers located the apartment and the man was turned over to his daughter without incident. He was advised of the complaint.

Field Interrogation-Harbor Freight Tools 4698 S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 1:29 a.m., an officer on patrol came upon an occupied vehicle parked behind the above business. Officer made contact with a 28 year old South Milwaukee man who stated he was checking the dumpsters for discarded cardboard boxes to use for shipping items on E-bay. The man was warned and advised regarding the scavenging ordinance and was advised to contact the business during normal business hours to see if he could get permission to take their discarded boxes in the future.

State Traffic Arrest-4600 block S. Whitnall Ave.

At approximately 5:47 a.m., an officer stopped a vehicle for speeding. The driver, a 27 year old Milwaukee man, was found to have a revoked driver’s license due to a previous OWI conviction. The man was taken into custody where he was transported to SFPD. He was booked, cited, and released. This case will be forwarded to the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Office for review. Report filed.

Welfare Check-3000 block E. Van Norman Ave.

At approximately 6:45 p.m., a citizen called police to report observing a dark gray truck which was parked oddly on the street. The caller stated the vehicle was occupied, the driver had his foot on the brake, and it appeared he was sleeping. The citizen made contact with the driver who stated he was waiting for his mom. Officer made contact with a 34 year old St. Francis man who lived in the area. He denied drinking or using illicit drugs and stated he was looking for possible roofing jobs in the area. He was advised of the complaint and sent on his way.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 28

Noise Complaint-Greene Park 3356 E. Lunham Ave.

At approximately 5:15 p.m., an anonymous caller reported several people were playing basketball at the park and they were playing loud vulgar music causing a noise disturbance. Officer responded and located a group playing basketball; however there was no music playing. Officer advised the group of the complaint.

Juvenile Complaint-3900 block 794

At approximately 6:10 p.m., an off duty officer reported observing 3 juveniles (approximately 10 years old) walking northbound along the railroad tracks. Officers checked the area and could not locate the juveniles.

Criminal Damage to Property-E. Howard Ave. @ 794

At approximately 7:02 p.m., a citizen called police to report juveniles were throwing rocks off of the bridge onto 794. One of the rocks struck his vehicle causing his windshield to shatter. Officers located three juveniles on the railroad tracks. Two of the juveniles were from Cudahy and one from St. Francis. The juveniles were 11 years old and were turned over to their parents. Report filed.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 16

Domestic Incident-3600 block of S. Kansas Ave.

At approximately 1:44 a.m. 911 caller reports her boyfriend just hit and punched her. She declined an ambulance and advised they've both been drinking.  Officer reports the boyfriend followed the girlfriend to a bar, as she was meeting another male.  The boyfriend caused a scene at the bar, and was asked to leave at which time he returned home.  Investigation showed that the caller returned home later, upset with the boyfriend and began hitting him without consent.  The boyfriend had visible injuries. Officers spoke to both parties, the boyfriend’s story stayed the same, and the caller’s story changed multiple times.  Based on the statements of both parties, it is believed that the caller was the predominate aggressor, and later arrested for DV-Battery and DV-DC.  The female was transported to Milwaukee County Jail.  This case will be reviewed by the DA’s Office for charges.  Report to follow.

Noise Complaint-3800 block of S. Kinnickinnic Ave.

At approximately 9:15 p.m. Caller reports that there is loud noise at the above location. Possibly shooting an air soft gun.  Officer reports making contact with a female subject who was W/A on the noise complaint and the ordinance for shooting projectiles in the City.

Domestic Incident-4000 block of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 9:29 p.m. Anonymous caller reports that she saw a male and female with a small child pushing each other in the parking lot.  The female left in silver vehicle in unknown direction.  Officer reports making contact with a male subject who stated that he was involved a verbal argument about a phone, which turned into a physical altercation.  The male stated his girlfriend grabbed a knife and stated she was going to slash his tires.  The male stated during the argument, she grabbed her keys and in a jabbing motion struck him in the face causing a small cut to the right side of his face near his eye.  The female was taken into custody for DV/DC and was transported to the Milwaukee County Criminal Justice Facility, The DA’s office will review this case for charges.  Report to follow.

Theft from Motor Vehicle-4630 S. Brust Ave.

At approximately 5:38 p.m. Caller reports that the catalytic converter was stolen off of his vehicle a few days ago at the above location. Officer reports speaking with the caller who stated the catalytic converter was stolen off his vehicle that was located in the lot between the hours of 8:00am on 09/08/2020 and 10pm on 09/09/2020.  The caller stated he spoke with the property owner who looked at security camera video did not show anything of evidentiary value.  Report to follow.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Total Calls for Service: 20

Wanted Person-3500 block of 794

At approximately 5:53 a.m. while officer was on traffic stop the driver was found to have a warrant with Department of Correction for a parole violation.  The driver was arrested and later conveyed to the Milwaukee County Jail.

Civil Matter-2800 block of E. Allerton Ave.

At approximately 7:59 a.m. Caller reports he boyfriend took her car and returned it at 2:40am with it being damaged.  He was intoxicated when he returned home.  Officers spoke to the caller and advised her that the only thing that could be done is to put out a message to surrounding police departments advising them of the damaged vehicle and if they have any hit and run accidents to contact our department.  The boyfriend did not provide a location where the accident happened.  The caller will call SFPD if she learns more specific information in regards to the accident location.

Suspicious Person-2500 block of E. Whittaker Ave.

At approximately 11:35 a.m. Caller reports observing a white male, 30-40's, with a beard and a florescent yellow hoodie, going through people's trash bins and when he confronted the male, he flipped him off and left east in the alleyway between Bolivar and Whittaker.  Officers made contact with the subject.   The man admitted to going in the trash cans looking for water bottles for something to drink.  Harris became argumentative near the end of the contact, advising that he did not see an issue with his actions.  The man was cited for scavenging, and then sent on his way.  Report to follow.

Motor Vehicle Accident-4100 block of S. Lake Dr.

At approximately 1:23 p.m. Caller advised that a Fed Ex struck his vehicle earlier.  Officer reports speaking with the caller who stated his vehicle was struck while parked in the parking lot.  The caller suspects the striking vehicle as being a FedEx delivery truck as he saw one leaving the parking lot between 10:00am and 11:30 am.  Officer contacted FedEx and was provided the driver's name.  A voicemail was left for the driver to call back.  The driver did call back and stated he did pull into the above parking lot but denied striking any vehicles in the lot.  Information forwarded to the investigating officer.