Noise complaint in phone spat leads to arrest of man sought on warrants

Ozaukee Press Staff

A noise complaint during a couple’s quarrel resulted in the arrest of a 27-year-old Saukville man on Tuesday, June 25.

Police were called to a noise complaint on the 400 block of Church Lane at 1:01 a.m. 

When officers arrived, they could hear a male yelling. They identified a 27-year-old Saukville man who said he was on the phone and upset because his girlfriend had been cheating on him, the police report stated.  

Police discovered that the man had active warrants through the South Milwaukee Police Department. He was arrested and taken to the Ozaukee County jail.  

In other incidents reported by police:

Officers were dispatched to the 100 block of North Dries Street at 12:47 a.m. on Saturday, June 9, for a report of a vehicle that struck a parked car and a pedestrian.  

Police arrived on scene and met a 34-year-old Saukville man who was hit by the vehicle. He denied medical attention. 

Officers then saw the vehicle and identified the driver as a 24-year-old Lomira man. The man agreed to perform standardized field sobriety tests. A preliminary breath test revealed a reading of .281, which is more than three times the legal limit. 

The man was arrested and taken to the Ozaukee County jail.  He was issued municipal traffic citations for operating while intoxicated-1st offense, failure to keep vehicle under control and violating graduated drivers licensing restrictions.  

Police were called to Highway 33 near Living Hope Church on Friday, June 1, for a report of a vehicle traveling at varying speeds and swerving.  

Police observed the vehicle while it traveled 12 to 15 miles per hour in a 25-mile-per-hour zone. The vehicle also had a defective headlight, a report stated.

During a traffic stop, the driver was identified as a 55-year-old Port Washington woman. Officers noticed that her speech was slurred, though she told them she had not been drinking and was just tired, according to the report.  

The woman agreed to perform standardized field sobriety tests and failed. She was taken to Aurora Medical Center in Grafton for a blood test.  

A 34-year-old Saukville woman and her two children who were passengers in the vehicle were released from the scene.  

Police have asked the Ozaukee County district attorney to charge the driver with operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated-1st offense with passengers under 16 years old.  



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