Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Check out these local listings we found for homes on the market in Fox Point and Bayside. Are you a local realtor? Just click "Upload" and post your listings on Patch!
Want to add to our list? Just click "Upload" to post a pic and please be sure to include the address, price and basic description in the caption. There are 142 homes on the market in the Fox Point-Bayside area this week. This week, House Hunt provides you with a closer look at five of those homes. Click the address for more information on that particular property. 1. 8046 N. Seneca Rd., Fox Point - $149,900 Starter-home opportunity in Fox Point. Close to shopping and freeway. Spacious lot, low maintenance exterior. Some tender-loving-care is needed. Interior hardwood floors in all bedrooms, also in living and dining rooms. Seller offering Home Warranty plan. 2. 438 W. Bradley Rd., Fox Point - $164,900 This home sits on a quiet street. The…
Monday, August 27, 2012
Although he admitted to being intoxicated, he said he wasn't so drunk he couldn't drive safely. On the ride back to the station, he also admitted he had switched out the license plates on his car with those for another one.
Alcohol acts like a truth serum for some, and Fox Point police saw this first-hand when they caught up with this man who not only admitted to being drunk, but also to switching out the license plates on his car. According to the report: A Fox Point officer was traveling in the 8700 block of North Port Washington Road just before 3 a.m. Thursday when he noticed a car heading southbound that crossed the center line three times, then nearly left the road in the 7900 block of North Santa Monica Boulevard. The car turned on its high beams, then shut them off, turned them on again and stopped completely in the middle of the intersection at North Lake Drive and East Calumet Road. Police pulled the car over in the 7400 block of North Lake Drive. …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Police saw two bloody, puncture wounds in the mans leg when they arrived. The dog's owner said the dog must have felt threatened by the runner.
A Fox Point man was bit in the leg by a dog while running along Lake Drive. Officers noted in their report that there were visible puncture wounds in the man's hamstring. According to the report: Someone called Fox Point police just before 7 p.m. July 30 to report that a runner in the 7100 block of North Lake Drive had been bit by a dog. When officers arrived, a man was standing near the roadway, visibly limping and favoring his right leg. The 40-year-old Fox Point man said he was running south in the northbound lane of North Lake Drive. When he ran past one of the homes, a dog ran up and bit him on the back of his right leg. Officers could see he had bloody puncture holes on his hamstring. He told police at the time he was bit, he was …
Saturday, July 28, 2012
Check out all these local garage sales near the Fox Point and Bayside area. Got one to add? Just click "Add an Event" and post it on Patch!
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
She denied drinking to Fox Point police, but when she began whispering the alphabet to get to the letters officers wanted her to begin with, it became clear to officers that she'd had a few drinks.
Fox Point police arrested a 28-year-old Milwaukee woman for OWI after someone called her in for reckless driving. According to the report: While police patrolled Beach Drive at 2:02 p.m. on Saturday, someone called police to report they saw a woman stumble into a car and accelerate quickly as she drove away on the wrong side of the road. Police found her near Lake Drive, drifting back and forth, nearly striking a temporary road construction sign. They immediately pulled her over. While talking with her, police could smell alcohol and noticed her speech was very deliberate and slurred. She denied drinking, but because of her glassy eyes and swerving on the road, police requested she complete field sobriety tests. During the alphabet test, …
Friday, July 6, 2012
She told police she was just tired, but they asked for her for preliminary breath test anyway. At the station, her BAC was 0.1.
A 57-year-old Fox Point woman was arrested for drunk driving and before the officer could even introduce himself, she was already apologizing. According to the report: Other drivers traveling on Lake Drive called police just before 2 a.m. on June 22 to tip them off about an erratic driver who they believed was possibly intoxicated. Fox Point police caught up with the car and immediately noticed it drifting from side to side. The driver put on her turn signal and slowed near East Thorne Lane, but then continued straight. Based on the car’s drifting and the time of day, the officer believed the driver to be impaired and pulled the car over. As soon as the officer introduced himself, the driver began apologizing, saying she was tired. He …
The couple was last seen Thursday evening when they visited a relative on Lake Drive in Fox Point. After nearly 18 hours, the couple was found safe in the Bay View neighborhood.
A Milwaukee couple was missing for 18 hours after visiting family in Fox Point Thursday night, but have now been found safe according to Milwaukee Police. Douglas (age 78) and Berna (age 83) Levy live at St. John's Home, 1840 N. Prospect Ave. in Milwaukee, but never made it home after leaving a relative's home on Lake Drive in Fox Point Thursday night. They were reported missing to Milwaukee Police at 1 a.m. Friday morning. Milwaukee Police have not released any information yet as to where the couple were.
The couple was last seen Thursday evening when they visited a relative on Lake Drive in Fox Point. They never made it to their East Side home. Have you seen them?
A Milwaukee couple is missing after visiting family in Fox Point last night. Douglas (age 78) and Berna (age 83) Levy live at 1840 N. Prospect Ave. in Milwaukee, but never made it home after leaving a relative's home on Lake Drive in Fox Point Thursday night according to the Milwaukee Police Department. Police say the couple was driving a 2006 silver Toyota Highlander hybrid with Wisconsin plates 726-TWV and they weren't alone. Their brown and white beagle and Jack Russell terrier mix, "Buster" was also along with them. Douglas is 5 feet, 6 inches tall, 220 pounds with gray hair and blue eyes. Berna is 4 feet, 11 inches tall, 110 pounds with gray hair and hazel eyes, according to police. Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee …
Friday, June 8, 2012
Almost exactly one year ago, someone ripped out dozens of plants that were planted along the historical landmark at Lake Drive and Fairy Chasm Road. Early Friday morning, the plants were removed again and so far, no one know who's to blame.
One year and a week ago, the Lion's Gate Vandal struck Bayside two nights in a row, tearing up plants that had been planted by the village and lining them up, side by side, on the edge of the road. Early Friday morning, Bayside police patrolling in the area discovered that the historical Bayside landmark had been struck again. According to the report: An officer was patrolling at 2:39 a.m. when he came through the intersection of Lake Drive and Fairy Chasm Road, at the Lion's Gates. He noticed several plants had been ripped from the ground and placed in the roadway. There were a total of 13 plants that had been removed; 11 of them were placed along the road heading east, side by side, while the other two were placed in the center of Lake…
Thursday, May 31, 2012
She didn't make the curve on Brown Deer Road as it turns into Lake Drive and took out a sign and some bushes before landing in The Shul parking lot.
A 78-year-old Bayside woman told Bayside police she just didn't "make the curve" as she drove northbound from Brown Deer Road to Lake Drive. She was uninjured, but took out a few items before landing in The Shul parking lot. According to the report: The woman was negotiating the curve around 9 a.m. Friday as she was heading north on Brown Deer Road where the road jogs to the right, turning into Lake Drive. She told police she just didn't "make the curve." When police arrived, they found extensive front end damage to her car and a traffic sign wedged up underneath the vehicle. She had driven into the ditch and narrowly missed a light pole as well as a utility pole. She broke a directional pole sign off at its base; that turned out to be …