Port Washington police are seeking a motorcyclist who ran down a pedestrian on Sunset Road as the Fish Day fireworks display was winding down.
The accident occurred about 9:50 p.m. July 20 when a 58-year-old woman was crossing the street in the 900 block of Sunset Road, camera in hand, police said. Czisny told officers she noted a large, bright headlight coming toward her.
The motorcycle struck her, spinning her around before she fell onto the road west of Mineral Springs Drive, police said. The cyclist kept going.
Officers found the woman on the road outside the Maple Crest Apartments, where she lives, according to police. She was taken by ambulance to Aurora Medical Center in Grafton.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police at 284-2611.
In other Fish Day-related incidents, police were called to the Holiday Inn Harborview about 2:20 a.m. Sunday when a 54-year-old Saukville man who had been turned away when he tried to rent a room fell asleep on a sofa in the lobby and refused to leave when the staff asked him to.
The man was “moved along,” police said.
A 51-year-old Saukville woman who was lying in the bushes near the intersection of Beutel Road and Norport Drive about 11 p.m. Saturday was also “moved along,” police said.
A 24-year-old woman who was found passed out partially in the road near the intersection of North Montgomery Street and West Washington Street about 2 a.m. July 21 was taken by police to her Town of Port Washington home.
Police also took a 45-year-old man to his home in Port Washington after he was found wandering in the 100 block of East Woodruff Street about 2:40 a.m. Sunday.
A man found passed out near the Wastewater Treatment Plant just before 9 p.m. Saturday was escorted out of the festival grounds, police said.
A 22-year-old Deerfield man and a 22-year-old Port Washington woman who were getting intimate in Rotary Park about 1 a.m. Sunday were cited for disorderly conduct, police said.
Officers cited seven people for underage drinking, with one of those teens also cited for underage use of tobacco products, police said.
Three other teenagers were also cited for underage tobacco use during the festival, police said, adding two were also cited for obstructing an officer after they gave police a false name.
Another of those cited for underage drinking also received a citation for disorderly conduct, who officers found because she was screaming and shouting. The woman did not stop yelling while officers were at the scene, police said.
In other police news:
A 25-year-old Port Washington man was cited for driving at an unreasonable and imprudent speed and failure to notify police of an accident after a passerby reported an accident on North Spring Street at Algoma Drive about 3 a.m. July 14.
Police found a Mitsubishi Lancer that had sustained significant damage, partially in the roadway. The keys were inside, but the driver was nowhere to be found, according to police.
The vehicle had apparently struck a parked Chevrolet Trailblazer, which was propelled 15 feet, over the curb and into the parkway, by the force of the accident, police said.
Officers tracked down the owner of the Lancer, who they found at home asleep, police said. The man said he had been out and was driving his vehicle earlier in the evening, but would not talk about the incident, police said.
Police cited a 35-year-old Port Washington woman for theft after she admitted taking change from inside a vehicle parked in the 900 block of Mineral Springs Drive about 7:30 p.m. July 18.
Three other people reported items had been taken from their vehicles.
An 18-year-old reported her purse had been taken from an unlocked vehicle parked at Lower Lake Park about 7:50 p.m. July 18, and a 59-year-old man reported a GPS unit was taken from his unlocked car while it was parked in a driveway in the 1500 block of Scott Road July 19.
A 60-year-old man reported July 19 a number of items, including a GPS unit, binoculars, Ray Ban sunglasses and a cell phone charger, had been taken from his vehicle sometime during the last two months.