Sunday, December 2, 2012
Police are still on scene at the TCF Bank inside the Pick 'n Save on Silver Spring Drive.
Editor's Note: This article was last updated at 11:14 p.m. Dec. 3. TCF Bank, 1735 W. Silver Spring Dr., Glendale, was robbed at 1:42 p.m. Sunday. This bank location is inside the Pick 'n Save grocery store. Glendale Police Capt. Mark Ferguson said there was only one suspect involved and he passed a note to the bank teller. He did not imply nor did he show a weapon. The suspect left on foot. Glendale police are still investigating and are looking for a black male, in his early 20's, 5-foot-4-inches tall with a thin build wearing a gray hoodie, khaki pants and a black knit hat. Patch will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.
Friday, October 19, 2012
Glendale Police have released photos of the two suspected bank robbers who targeted Educators Credit Union Thursday in Glendale. North Shore Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward to any tipsters that offer info leading to an arrest.
Glendale Police are looking for help in identifying two armed suspects who robbed a local bank Thursday, and there's a hefty reward if your tip leads to an arrest. The North Shore Crime Stoppers — a group of citizens who raise funds as cash rewards for people able to furnish information about crime — is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for any information that leads to the arrest of those responsible for the robbery. Glendale and Fox Point police were instructing residents living near Educators Credit Union, 7139 N. Port Washington Rd., to stay in their homes Thursday when two armed suspects in Halloween masks attempted to rob the bank. After canvassing the neighborhood, police were unable to apprehend the suspects but did find an …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
In Mequon, suspect Matthew Wick acted as if he was armed. In Bayside, he said he had a bomb and told police he "needed the money."
On Saturday, a US Bank teller in Bayside was faced with a man demanding money and saying he had a bomb. Just one day before, police say, the same man pulled a similar stunt at the M&I Bank in Mequon. Today, Matthew Wick sits in Milwaukee County Jail awaiting possible charges from both Milwaukee and Ozaukee counties for armed robbery. According to Bayside Police, Wick walked into US Bank, 400 W. Brown Deer Rd., around 9:30 a.m. Saturday and told a bank teller that he had a bomb. He began to count down and as soon as he was given the money, he fled. As he was driving south on Port Washington Road, a Glendale officer spotted a car which matched the description of the one leaving US Bank. Wick was forced to pull over at Green Bay Road and …
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Officers find a half box of candy bars and potentially stolen clothes in the getaway car.
The Open Pantry was the scene of yet another crime Sunday night, just before 10 p.m. when three juveniles tried to rob the store. According to the report: Two teens came into the store and an employee asked if he could help them find anything. One of the suspects said "Symphony candy bars." Instantly, one of them grabbed a box of King Size Reeses Peanut Butter Cups (the box was about ½ full and has a retail value $20 to $30), and they ran out the door to a maroon van. They didn't imply they had any weapons, they didn't make any threats, and they were only in the store for about 45 seconds, an Open Pantry employee told Fox Point police. Glendale police found the van near Coventry Court apartments in Glendale. The driver, a 17-year-old from…
Thursday, January 5, 2012
He even had a torn $100 to prove it.
A 29-year-old West Allis man was arrested by Bayside police after they discovered he had an outstanding warrant with the Sheboygan County Sheriff's Department. Little did the officer know the offender was just recently a victim. An officer did a random license plate check at 12:43 a.m. Dec. 27 of a vehicle that was driving in front of him. It turned out the registered owner's license was expired. According to the report: The man admitted his driving privileges had been revoked and he shouldn't be driving. He also said he was robbed at the front door of Potawatomi in Milwaukee about an hour earlier. He said he didn’t report it though, because he didn’t know who to report it to. He even showed officers a half of a $100 bill that was torn …
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
A look back at the top headlines from Fox Point-Bayside Patch in 2011.
At year's end it's nice to take a look back at where you came, which offers a good look at where you're going. At Patch, September brought remembrance of the homeless, a very scary day for kids at Stormonth Elementary when a bank robber crashed his car near the south side of the playground, and a smoky haze left many questioning where the fire was, not expecting it to be all the way from Minnesota. Take a look at the most popular stories from September. Photos: Stritch Students Sleep Outside to Raise Homelessness Awareness The chill in the air did not dampen spirits of about 25 students who showed solidarity with people who are homeless by camping out in box shelters near Cardinal Stritch University's Auditorium. Participants also held a …
Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Milwaukee man faces three felony charges.
A 27-year-old Milwaukee man has been charged with three felonies after authorities said he tried to rob a bank in Brown Deer Thursday and then led police in a chase that ended at the soccer field outside Stormonth Elementary School. Robleh Kahin is accused of attempting to rob Guaranty Bank, 4000 W. Brown Deer Rd., around 2 p.m. Thursday, however, police say when he tried to enter the bank, the employees simply locked him out. Kahin fled while an employee dialed 911 and a chase began. Police pursued him through Glendale along Silver Spring Drive and into Fox Point before he lost control of the car near Stormonth School, 7301 N Longacre Rd., and jumped out, fleeing on foot. He was then apprehended by multiple officers from area departments…
Thursday, September 22, 2011
Neighbors frightened as police chase that starts in Brown Deer ends near school playground.
A man suspected of attempting to rob Guaranty Bank in Brown Deer Thursday afternoon was apprehended just outside the playground on the south side of Stormonth Elementary School in Fox Point just before 3 p.m. Brown Deer police say the department received a 911 call from an employee at the bank, 4000 W. Brown Deer Rd., around 2:20 p.m. saying that a man wearing a mask and carrying a loaded gun had just attempted to rob the business. An employee locked the door before the man could get inside. When he could not get in, he fled the scene in a gold Lexus. Police pursued the man through Glendale along Silver Spring Drive and into Fox Point before he lost control of the car due to a blown tire near Stormonth School, 7301 N Longacre Rd., and …