Here are some of Patch's top crime-related stories from the throughout the Milwaukee area in the last week. Click on a link to see the all the details.
Suspicious Man Detained at Sikh Temple: Almost three months after the Sikh Temple Shootings in Oak Creek, police detained a 32-year-old Maryland man at the temple on Sunday after locating ammunition and writings about the Aurora, CO, mass shootings in his car.
Brewers Pitcher Charged With Domestic Abuse: Francisco “K-Rod” Rodriguez was charged in Waukesha County Court with disorderly conduct following a September domestic abuse incident at a home in Wales.
11-Hour Standoff Ends With No Injuries: A 26-year-old man was taken into custody by Muskego police following an overnight standoff Tuesday into Wednesday. Police say they went to the home to arrest him in connection with a domestic violence situation.
Pit Bull Attacks Physical Therapist During Home Visit: A pit bull was quarantined and a woman treated for rabies after the dog attacked the woman, a physical therapist, during a home visit in Wauwatosa.
Home Burglaries Continue in Shorewood: Wallets and a laptop were taken in two home burglaries in Shorewood this week, making 14 burglaries in all in just more than a month. A resident was home for one of the burglaries, on Summit Avenue.
Home Invasion in Elm Grove Prompts Warnings: Police urged residents to lock doors at all times following an Elm Grove home invasion last Saturday, just after the close of official trick-or-treating. A wallet, money and black carrying bag were stolen.
Scammers Bilk $11K from Fox Point Couple: An that started with a fake granddaughter’s plea for bail money in Canada.
Suspected Drunken Driver Injures 4: Two Waukesha County Sheriff’s deputies were among four people injured Thursday when an 18-year-old driver crashed into a squad car parked on an I-94 median.
Goats Euthanized After Driver Crashes Petting Farm: Three goats in the petting zoo at Swan’s Pumpkin Farm in Caledonia were euthanized after being injured by a suspected drunken driver who crashed into the farm Tuesday morning.