Monday, February 25, 2013
After stealing two pairs of jeans from Kohl's, a 23-year-old Milwaukee man fled Bayshore Town Center and was arrested on Shoreland Avenue.
A 23-year-old Milwaukee man that fled Kohl's Department Store with stolen denim was tracked down in a foot chase through Whitefish Bay two weeks ago. Kohl's employees caught the man's suspicious actions on surveillance cameras at around 5:58 p.m. on Feb. 15. A store employee told police that he took two pairs of women's jeans and two pairs of men's jeans into a fitting room, and came out with only one pair of women's jeans to bring to the cash register. Another pair of men's jeans were left in the fitting room. After the transaction at the cash register was denied, the man attempted to leave the store but was stopped by a store employee. He then took off running in a southeast direction, behind PNC Bank. A Whitefish Bay officer spotted the…
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Even with missing radio and climate controls, man "rents" stolen car for $20. Bayside and Glendale police caught up with the suspect near West Hampton Road on I-43.
Using the departments new License Plate Reader, a Bayside police officer discovered a stolen car heading southbound on Interstate 43 at 2:05 p.m. Friday. Glendale and Bayside police worked together to stop the driver near the West Hampton Avenue exit of I-43. Police blocked southbound traffic in all three lanes of the freeway the police report said. With their M15 rifles out, one officer ordered the driver out of the car, handcuffed and searched him. There was no one else inside the car according to the report. Police put the man in the back of the squad to take him back to the station and told the man the car he was driving was reported stolen and he was under arrest for operating without owner’s consent. He said he got the car from …
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Under an understanding between the mall, Glendale and the ACLU, those seeking to exercise free speech rights can do so on the sidewalks bordering the mall. However, the mall's no soliciting ordinance still applies to its interior sidewalks.
Petitioners and protesters can take to sidewalks bordering Bayshore Town Center again after an understanding was reached among the mall, City of Glendale and the American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin on Tuesday. In separate incidents last fall, mall security told petitioners to leave the sidewalks surrounding the mall and another man protesting Trader Joe's was arrested and cited for trespassing by Glendale police. Capt. Mark Ferguson of the Glendale Police Department said the understanding is limited to the sidewalks bordering Bayshore, including North Port Washington Road, East Silver Spring Drive and North Lydell Avenue, and doesn't include the sidewalks lining the interior of the mall center. "There has always been some …
Friday, May 4, 2012
Her caretaker cashed a $3,050 check and stole the woman's original, and replacement, Boston Store credit cards. The caretaker charged more than $1,000 before anyone caught on.
The caretaker for an 88-year-old Fox Point woman was twice cited for theft by Fox Point police after she racked up more than $1,600 in charges on the woman's Boston Store credit card and cashed a $3,050 check that she took from her client. According to the report: The woman's son came into the police station and told officers more than $1,500 had been fraudulently charged to his mother’s Boston Store credit card. When he discovered the charges in late 2011, he reported it to the Glendale police since the charges were made at Bayshore Town Center. They requested a new card, but that card was also used for $126.71 in fraudulent charges, this time at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa. The son told police he suspected the charges could have been …
Thursday, March 8, 2012
A 21-year-old Milwaukee man stole the vehicle from his mother.
At 1:50 a.m. on Sunday, a Bayside officer ran a license plate check on a vehicle and discovered Milwaukee Police had it flagged as stolen. The officer called for backup and moved in. According to the report: They approached the car, guns drawn. There was movement inside the vehicle and officers ordered all the occupants to put their hands up. They were all removed from the car and questioned. None of the occupants were armed. The 21-year-old asked police why he was under arrest. The officer told him it was because he was driving a stolen vehicle. He explained it was his mother’s. His mother told police she had reported the car stolen when she had found a set of keys missing. She never gave her son permission to take her car. Her son also …
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Spirit Wear order forms due Friday.
Meetings: Youth Police Academy The Glendale Police Department will be offering the third Youth Police Academy session, starting March 14. The response has been outstanding so get your applications in early. The Youth Police Academy meets Wednesdays from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for six-weeks. Individuals who apply must be between 13-18 years of age and attend Nicolet High School. The classes will provide an in-depth view into various areas of law enforcement. It is an educational and informative program that allows young people the opportunity to learn about the issues that affect law enforcement efforts in the City of Glendale, and how to develop a partnership with the police department. Nicolet Spirit Wear You can find a Nicolet Spirit wear…
Friday, February 10, 2012
After parental intervention, this teen is now doing jail time.
Fox Point police received a call from Glendale police at 8:45 p.m. Jan. 31 about a local teen who has had multiple previous run-ins with police. The 17-year-old was picked up on a warrant for possession of marijuana and theft, a total bond amount of $1,160. He was previously arrested and cited for these offenses in August when his parents handed him over to police after he stole their Visa debit card. He was released, but never showed for his court date. Glendale officers brought him to the Fox Point station and he was booked. He was unable to pay the $1,160 bond, so he was then taken to the Milwaukee County Jail and will serve 23 days in jail.
Friday, December 16, 2011
Glendale Police will give $100 to each to eight kids in need.
In an effort to help underprivileged kids have a happier holiday, and improve the image of police among youth, Nicolet High School Liaison Officer Kelly DeJonge planned this year's "Shop with a Cop" event, where eight kids will go on a shopping spree with uniformed Glendale police officers. "It's a way to give back to the community, to kids who are unfortunately not able to have as nice of gifts if it wasn't for a little help," DeJonge said. The Glendale Police union will donate $100 to each kid who has been chosen by their principal and guidance counselor at Parkway Elementary School in Glendale. Each student will have their own uniformed officer to spend the day with, beginning with the $100 shopping spree at Kohls, and ending at iPic …
Friday, October 28, 2011
Woman, 36, wrote a fake prescription for Vicodin while working at a medical clinic in Glendale.
A 36-year-old Bayside woman is facing felony charges after she was caught filling a fake prescription for Vicodin at the CVS Pharmacy in Fox Point. Kimberly Dawn Smith was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court Thursday with one count of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. If convicted, she faces up to six years in prison and $10,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: Smith obtained the fake prescription while working for a Wheaton Franciscan Health Group medical clinic in Glendale and took it to the pharmacy to get 40 Vicodin pills. An internal investigation by the medical group discovered the fraud and alerted Glendale police. She was located and arrested during a traffic stop where she had Hydrocodone pills and …
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…