Monday, November 5, 2012
Police cited five teenage boys from four Milwaukee-area communities for tossing eggs at passing cars.
Five teens from four towns snagged $681 citations for damage to property after police say they egged oncoming cars traveling along Lake Drive. A 51-year-old Fox Point man called Bayside police just after 10 p.m. Saturday to report that his car had just been egged — and he knew exactly who had done it. He said as he was driving down North Fairway Circle when a car passed and someone inside threw an egg at his car. He told police he turned around and saw that same car pull into a driveway and quickly take off the other way, at 50 to 60 mph. He gave the license plate to police, along with the car’s make and model, the police report said. Officers took pictures of the damage caused by the eggs and recovered two empty cartons of eggs from the…
Saturday, October 6, 2012
From volunteering weed stashes to police, to a local family catching naked teens in a lewd act - all that and more in Fox Point and Bayside's Weird Crime.
Monday, September 17, 2012
Three Bayside girls lit pages torn from books in the Little Free Library at Ellsworth Park Friday night, then ran away. Each nabbed a $681 fine.
Three Bayside girls each received a $681 fine after starting a fire at Ellsworth Park which they told police was because they started to “stay warm.” At 7:39 p.m. on Friday, Bayside Police and the North Shore Fire Department received a call for a fire at Ellsworth Park from someone who said they saw four girls who had lit a fire near the tennis courts and then ran away. Police searched the immediate area and found three girls running east along Fairy Chasm Road, directly north of the park. An officer stopped to talk with them and noticed they were all out of breath. They eventually admitted they had been at the park and had lit pages from a book on fire near the tennis courts. They all said they “Just lit the fire to stay warm.” For more …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Store loses $11.14 but thief used a credit card and police are investigating.
Bayside Police are searching for two women who stole a handful of snacks from the Open Pantry. According to the report: The clerk on duty told Bayside police two women, who appared to be between 18 and 25 years old, came into the Open Pantry and stuffed several bags of snacks under their jackets and left after only paying for two sodas. After reviewing the security tapes, the manager determined the women stole: The total loss to the store was $11.14. The suspect paid for the sodas with a credit card and police are investigating the theft.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
One of the girls had her drugs hidden away precariously in a pastel-colored, zippered make-up case and her glass pipe in a multicolored jewelry box.
Four teens got more than they bargained for when officers caught them with a car full of drug paraphernalia and a half-eaten pan of pot brownies. According to the report: While on patrol in the 7600 block of North Port Washington Road at 2 a.m. on March 9, a Fox Point police officer noticed a car turn quickly onto West Bayfield Road, driving down the wrong side and then straddling the center-line. When the officer began speaking with the driver, a 16-year-old from River Hills, he noticed the teen had alcohol on his breath. The officer asked if there was alcohol in the car and the he said his parents may store alcohol in the car. When the officer said he didn’t believe that, the passenger, a a 17-year-old from Glendale, opened up the glove …
Saturday, March 3, 2012
The 15-year-old told police it was an accident because he knows hair is 'important to females.'
Friday, January 27, 2012
Fox Point and Bayside teens cited after entering home that isn't theirs while attempting to escape police.
Two teenage girls thought they could evade Fox Point police by darting into a home that didn't belong to either one of them. However, the perplexed look on the actual homeowners faces gave them away to police. Just before 3 a.m. Jan. 13, Fox Point police were patrolling the area when they noticed two teenage girls running across a yard and looking into windows in the 500 block of West Bergen Drive. According to the report: As the officer walked up to the front door of the house, the officer noticed the girls were "under dressed" for the current weather conditions. The girls were pounding on the front door and ringing the doorbell. The officer asked the girls what they were doing there, and one said that was their home. That's when officers…
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
They tried to burglarize a Fox Point garage, then led police on a chase using the K9 unit that ended near Cardinal Stritch University.
After a lengthy chase through Fox Point, a Whitefish Bay and Glendale teen were cited after stealing a jeep and rummaging through a Fox Point garage. At 7 p.m. Jan. 8, a woman in the 200 block of West Indian Creek Court in Fox Point returned home to find a young man running down her driveway from the open garage, jump into a Jeep and take off. According to the Fox Point police report, the driver of the Jeep actually waved to the homeowner as she drove into the driveway. After the teen took off, she went into the garage and noticed the passenger-side door of her husband's car was ajar. A leather wallet with no money in it was missing from the car. While a Fox Point officer was interviewing the woman, a dispatcher told officers that Glendale…