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Man arrested first, then woman after called to same house twice PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ozaukee Press   
Wednesday, 03 May 2017 20:14

On April 5 at 3:20 p.m., police were called to the 500 block of Hillcrest Court for a report of a disorderly conduct situation and found a 37 year-old Saukville man and a 31-year-old Saukville woman arguing. The argument was over infidelity and the woman wanted to kick the man out of the home. 

At one point the woman was on her cellphone and the man slapped her hand and the phone flew up in the air, striking her in the face. The man said it was incidental contact due to the close proximity that she was to him. 

The man was arrested for disorderly conduct-domestic violence.

Then on April 21 at 9:33 a.m., police were called to the same residence in reference to a another disorderly conduct incident. Police arrived on the scene and met with the man who stated that his girlfriend refused to give him his car keys to take their daughter to school. Police met with the woman who was not cooperative and using vulgar language. She claimed to not have the keys and not know where they were. Eventually she did retrieve the car keys from a box of Christmas decorations in the hallway basement. The woman was charged with obstructing an officer.

n On April 6 at 3:01 p.m., police were monitoring traffic in the 800 block of Colonial Parkway when they noted a pick-up truck exiting a driveway. In checking with Department of Transportation records for the vehicle, it was found that the registered owner had a suspended driver’s license status. A warrant through the Mequon Police Department and bail restrictions required him to only operate a motor vehicle with a valid driver’s license. 

A traffic stop was conducted and the driver, identified as a 30 year-old Saukville man, stated he knew his license was suspended and that he had bail restrictions. The man was arrested and taken to the Ozaukee County Jail on charges for bail jumping.

n On April 8 at 5:10 p.m., police were traveling westbound on East Green Bay Avenue approaching the Interstate 43 northbound on-ramp. In running the registration of a silver sedan traveling in front of them, the Department of Transportation advised that the listed owner of the vehicle has no driver’s license issued.  

A traffic stop was conducted on the vehicle and the driver was identified as a 25 year-old Fredonia woman. She stated she did not have a driver’s license or insurance on the vehicle. The driver had been found guilty of operating without a valid license in 2016.  She was arrested and taken to the Ozaukee County Jail on charges of operating without a valid license for a second time and was also issued a municipal traffic citation for operating without insurance.  

n On April 11 at 5:01 p.m., police were traveling westbound on East Green Bay Avenue at I-43 and observed a black SUV traveling next to them with a known subject behind the wheel. A computer check indicated the 22 year-old Saukville man had no driver’s license and was convicted for operating without a license in 2016. The driver was placed under arrest for second offense of operating without a license and transported to the Ozaukee County Jail.  

n On April 11 at 8:30 p.m., police were on patrol operating westbound on State Highway 33 when they saw a vehicle exit the driveway of 264 W. Dekora St. and make an illegal left-hand turn. A search of the passenger, a 23-year-old Grafton woman, resulted in the discovery of a green, leafy residue consistent with marijuana. The woman had a prior incident involving possession of drug paraphernalia on her record and was arrested for the same offense.

n On April 13 at 4:16 p.m., police were traveling westbound on East Green Bay Avenue at I-43 when they observed a maroon sedan traveling in front of them. Records indicated the registration of the vehicle was suspended, along with both registered owners being suspended. The driver stated she didn’t have her I.D. or anything with her that would identify her. She stated she was driving her sister’s car and didn’t know anything was wrong with the registration to the vehicle. She also identified herself with her sister’s name. In running the name she gave as well as a photo, police were able to determine that they did not match. The 30 year-old Saukville woman was identified as one of the registered owners of the vehicle. Her driving record indicated that she had an instructional permit and that it was suspended. She had received an operating without a license conviction in 2016. She was charged with a second offense of operating without a license and obstructing an officer.

n Police were traveling eastbound on State Highway 33, passing the I-43 southbound off-ramp, when they observed a yellow car that turned its lights from the on position to the parking light position. Police made contact with the driver of the disabled vehicle who was identified as a 65-year-old Port Washington man. Upon speaking with the man, police noticed a strong odor of intoxicants and slurred speech. The man advised that he could not get the vehicle to continue to operate. The man failed a field sobriety tests and a subsequent breath test resulted in a reading of .119.  The man was arrested for first-offense operating while intoxicated.

n On April 19 at 3:29 a.m., police were patrolling eastbound on East Green Bay Avenue at Interstate 43 when records showed the driver of the vehicle traveling in front of them had a revoked license. The 39-year-old Oshkosh woman did have a valid occupational license, but the hours did not start until 8 a.m. The woman had her days mixed up and thought she could operate between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. that day. She was charged with operating with a revoked license.

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