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Police Report: Nov. 6

Nov. 6, 2011

MEQUON

THEFT

A laptop computer, purse, a digital media player and school supplies valued at more than $1,500 were taken from an unlocked car at the Ozaukee County Ice Center, 5505 W. Pioneer Road, the evening of Oct. 28. The next day, the victim notified police that she might have found her computer for sale on Craigslist. Police set up a meeting with the seller at a gas station on North Cedarburg Road on Oct. 30. The laptop he had was stolen from Fond du Lac.

DRUG POSSESSION

A 31-year-old Wauwatosa woman was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia at Concordia University, 12800 N. Lake Shore Drive, at 2 p.m. Oct. 28. Campus Safety had called police after the woman and two men were reported using drugs in her car. The three, employees of a food service company, a subcontractor of the university, said they were taking a cigarette break. A marijuana cigarette was found in the car which the woman denied was hers but said she would take responsibility.

A 23-year-old Mequon man was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia, driving after suspension and warned for violation of park hours at Mequon Nature Preserve, 8200 N. County Line Road, at 9:15 p.m. Nov. 2. Canine Officer Vero was called to the scene and "aggressively indicated" in the car where a cigarette pack with marijuana residue was found.

DRUNKEN DRIVING

A 30-year-old Milwaukee woman was arrested for drunken driving, with two prior convictions, and nonregistration after driving erratically in the 10200 block of North Foxkirk Drive at 3 a.m. Oct. 27. The woman said she was looking for her boyfriend and confused because the streets "are funny here." She failed field sobriety tests and had a preliminary blood alcohol content of 0.18. She was taken for a blood draw.

A 47-year-old Germantown man was arrested for drunken driving, with two prior convictions, nonregistration, refusal to take a breath test and failure to stop for a red light at County Line and Wauwatosa roads at 2:15 a.m. Oct. 30. The man, who mumbled and was incoherent, failed field sobriety tests and was taken for a blood draw.

VANDALISM

A 21-year-old Mequon man was arrested for damage to property after he broke a car window in the 2800 block of West Sholes Drive at 12:10 a.m. Oct. 28. He was reportedly angry with the other driver over a debt.

OTHER

A 28-year-old woman and her 26-year-old husband of Mequon were arrested for carrying concealed weapons, and the man along with a 32-year-old Mequon man and a 30-year-old Milwaukee man for disorderly conduct in the 11000 block of North Port Washington Road at 11 p.m. Oct. 24. Police were called on a report of three cars following each other in the southeast part of Mequon including on Mequon and Donges Bay roads. The cars all pulled in a lot and police interviewed the occupants. The woman, who was driving, said when she stopped her car another car pulled up and a man got out and gave a "sinister look." She drove off with that car following and a short time later, another car pulled in front of her "boxing her in." There was no information available if the people in the three cars knew each other. The woman had brass knuckles in her purse which she denied were hers but she said she'd take responsibility for and the man had a club.

THIENSVILLE

VANDALISM

A 27-year-old Thiensville man was arrested for criminal damage to property after he tore off and destroyed an interior door at his mother's home in the 500 block of Park Crest Drive at 5:21 p.m. Nov. 1.

OTHER

A 27-year-old Thiensville man was given five days to make good on a $815 check he used to pay for parts and equipment at a Thiensville business in the 100 block of East Freistadt Road on Nov. 4. The check was deemed worthless at the time of the transaction. If the man does not pay the amount due, the matter will be turned over to the district attorney.

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