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Grandmother’s call leads to granddaughter’s arrest PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 17:14

A call of concern by an 87-year-old grandmother led to the drug-related arrest of a 25-year-old Saukville woman.
At 3:47 p.m. on May 22, police were called to the 500 block of Briarknoll Court by the elderly woman, who said her granddaughter had left their residence on her bicycle with a bag that contained what she believed was heroin or crack.
After she returned home, police interviewed her in her bedroom and observed fresh needle marks on both arms and pupils that were constricted.
The woman admitted she had smoked crack at 3 p.m. and was out on bail that restricted her from possessing our consuming controlled substances.
A search of her body and room revealed nothing illegal. She said she had gone on the bike ride only to get some fresh air.
She was arrested for bail jumping.
• At 2 p.m. on May 18, police reported to an area near Charter Steel and later to I-43 due to a spill of a dump truck’s load.
Shortly thereafter, the Ozaukee County Highway Department had a crew of 10 clean up what appeared to be a large amount of slag, much of which was found in front of the Firehouse Restaurant, on the Milwaukee River Bridge and near the interstate. Police were advised that the Saukville Department of Public Works was able to find the dump truck and speak with the driver.
Police then contacted the company, based in Manitowoc, and then spoke with the driver, a 51-year-old Mishicot man. He stated that whoever loaded the truck must not have secured the load, and he didn’t know that until it was too late.
There was one report of damage to a vehicle caused by the slag. The driver was issued a municipal citation for a non-secure load.
• At 8:59 p.m. on May 27, police stopped a car traveling westbound on East Green Bay Avenue at South Foster Drive. Running the registration of the license plate of a car in front of them, police were notified the 31-year-old Port Washington man had no driver’s license.
He was stopped and was identified through his expired Mexico driver’s license. He told police he knew he did not have a valid Wisconsin license.
He was arrested for third-offense operating without a valid driver’s license and also ticketed for failure to carry insurance.
• At 1:56 a.m. on May 28, police arrested a 26-year-old Oak Creek man at the Beck’s Exxon Mobil for disorderly conduct after a fight with his girlfriend, a 22-year-old Muskego woman.
The woman had called police, saying the man was yelling and pounding on things in her car. She also said he was grabbing her wrists as she drove.
Police noticed the smell of alcohol on his breath. The man said he and the woman had been fighting during a trip to Elkhart Lake, where he punched a tree. Police noticed his hand was injured.
The man was uncooperative with police and continuously tried to walk away.
The woman said he also threw a box of cereal out the car window and threw a floor jack from the trunk.
• When pulled over on West Dekora Street at Dekora Woods Boulevard for a suspended vehicle registration, a 25-year-old Sheboygan man was arrested by Saukville police at 8:19 p.m. on June 3 for marijuana found in his glove box.
Police smelled the odor of marijuana coming from the car. The man first denied possessing any but then pointed them to his glove box, where a grinder and pipe were also found.
He passed field sobriety tests, but was arrested for possession of THC.
• At 2:58 p.m. on June 5, police approached a 48-year-old Saukville man who was leaning up against his pickup truck, which was parked very close to the fog line on West Dekora Street, near Dekora Woods Boulevard.
Police observed he had constricted pupils and glassy eyes. When he spoke, he slurred his words and was either slow or unable to answer questions.
He admitted he had been drinking and agreed to perform field sobriety tests, but opted out after the first one, saying he knew he’d fail.
A preliminary breath test was conducted with a reading of .189 ­— more than twice the legal limit. The man was arrested for first-offense operating under the influence.
• At 6:37 p.m. on June 4, police were called to Piggly Wiggly for a report of a retail theft. While en route, they were advised that a store employee had followed the suspect out of the store and got a vehicle description and license plate number. The suspect was later identified as a 34-year-old Fredonia man who store employees said ordered two packages of chicken, wrapped only in butcher paper, from the meat department. He was seen placing the packages in his pants in the freezer aisle.
He then checked out, paying only for a frozen pizza. Police made contact with the man at his residence, and he told them he had left the packages in the store’s cheese department.
However, the store reported that they were not found there. The man was arrested for retail theft and bail jumping, due to open cases of retail theft in Washington County.

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