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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 16:29

A 70-year-old Port Washington resident called police Friday, Feb. 1, after she received a phone call from a man claiming to be her grandson.

The man on the phone told the woman he was in a Mexican jail and asked her to wire him money for bail.

The woman called a family member and discovered her grandson was not in Mexico and was OK.

No money was lost in the attempted phone scam.

Other incidents include:

• A 14-year-old boy at Thomas Jefferson Middle School was cited for disorderly conduct after he used profane language toward teacher Wednesday, Jan. 30.

• A 17-year-old girl at Port Washington High School was cited Wednesday, Jan. 30, for disorderly conduct and suspended from school after she refused to leave a classroom and used profane language towards a teacher and the vice principal.

• On Thursday, Jan. 31, a 17-year-old boy at Port Washington High School was cited for underage drinking after staff suspected that he had consumed alcohol. Police discovered the student had a blood alcohol level of .10 after administering a portable breath test.

• The Parks and Recreation Department reported damage at the warming stations in Lower Lake Park, 410 N. Lake St., after discovering a damaged faucet in the women’s bathroom Monday, Jan. 28. badge
• Mailboxes on the 1500 block of Pine Cone Trail were reported being vandalized Monday, Jan. 28. Police said one mailbox was knocked off its post and three others had damage from the use of a blunt object, possibly a baseball bat. Police were given a description of a vehicle, but have no suspects.


 
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