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Written by JOE POIRIER   
Wednesday, 04 October 2017 16:55

Police response to man sleeping in SUV outside store ends up with Kiel couple busted for drug possession

    • A couple from Kiel was arrested for possession of heroin, after the man was found sleeping in a SUV in the Walmart parking lot.
    Police were called to the store at 9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 22, for a report of a man passed out in an SUV.
As the officer opened the door, a rubber tourniquet fell to the ground. The officer also observed a syringe inside of a water bottle filled with water in the subject’s lap.
    The man said he was coming from Milwaukee and was just very tired since he woke up at 5 a.m. He told the officer he was waiting for his girlfriend who was shopping at Walmart. After a police dog indicated that there might be drugs in the vehicle, a pouch was located in the center console that contained a plastic container that appeared to have a rock of heroin as well as numerous needles that appeared to be used.
    The man admitted that the heroin was his and that it was approximately 1.5 grams.  Police also found another heroin kit that included tin cookers, syringes, cotton balls and measuring spoons in a computer-type bag that had paperwork in it belonging to the girlfriend.
    Police made contact with the girlfriend, a 28-year-old Kiel woman who also admitted to having a heroin kit. Both subjects were arrested and taken to the Ozaukee County Jail. Charges against both subjects for possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia are being requested through the Ozaukee County District Attorney’s Office.  
   • On Sunday, Sept. 17, police were notified that a vehicle traveling south on I-43 and swerving into both lanes of traffic had exited on Highway 33. Police found the vehicle and driver, a 43-year-old Sussex man, in the Walmart parking lot.
    The man admitted to drinking “a lot.” Officers said the man smelled of alcohol and had glassy eyes and slightly slurred speech.  
    The man agreed to perform a standardized field sobriety test and failed. He also agreed to perform a preliminary breath test which indicated a blood alcohol level of .238, nearly three times the legal limit. Police found an open bottle of Jack Daniels whiskey tucked in between the driver’s seat and the center console of the vehicle.  
    The man was taken to the Aurora Medical Center in Grafton for a blood test, then to the Ozaukee County jail. A charge for operating while intoxicated-fifth offense is being requested through the Ozaukee County District Attorney’s Office.
  • On Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 5:13 a.m., police were called to the 200 block of East Dekora Street for a report of an argument between a 22-year-old Oostburg man and a 19-year-old Saukville woman. Police arrived on scene and located the man at the back of the residence. The man said the woman picked him up earlier in the night in Milwaukee and now he was trying to get back home.  
    The man said he had been drinking and nothing physical happened between the two. The woman reported that the man had been drinking vodka at the residence as they watched TV. They then went to bed and the man awoke at 3:30 a.m. and “just lost it.”  
    She said she started recording his actions on her cellphone. The man urinated on her stove and then dumped water all over her school papers. He also yelled at her and went in and out of the house numerous times. She said she tried to get the man to calm down.
    The man agreed to a preliminary breath test, which had a reading of .146. The man was issued a municipal citation for disorderly conduct, and his mother was on her way to pick him up.

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