Police Report


Sunday, February 3, 2002



Cash and checks totaling more than $1,300 were stolen Jan. 23 from a garage in the 200 block of

S. Perkins St.


A 28-year-old Burlington woman was arrested Jan. 26 on suspicion of theft by fraud after she altered store receipts and tried to return merchandise never purchased at Kmart, 1058 Milwaukee Ave.

Liquor violation

A 15-year-old boy was arrested Jan. 25 on suspicion of underage drinking, possession of tobacco and providing alcohol to minors at Burlington High School, 400 McCanna Parkway. The boy had a bottle of Mountain Dew containing alcohol that he shared with others in a boys’ bathroom. He said he had “one sip” of alcohol but admitted to drinking more when he registered a blood-alcohol level of 0.09 on a preliminary breath test.


A woman’s wallet containing $50 and credit cards was stolen Jan. 25 while she shopped at Pick ‘n Save, 1120 Milwaukee Ave. Her debit card was later used to purchase items worth $400.

Cars were entered Jan. 21, 22 or 23 and stereos, CDs and other items worth hundreds of dollars were stolen in the 300 block of Alice St. and the 100, 200 and 300 blocks of S. Pine St. Damage to the cars was more than $1,500.

Traffic offense

A 20-year-old Burlington man was arrested Jan. 26 on suspicion of drunken driving, prohibitive alcohol content, failure to yield to an emergency vehicle, having false identification, being a minor transporting intoxicants and hit-and-run near Kane and Jefferson streets. The man was stopped when flames and sparks were seen coming from under his car after he had run into a tree and sign on E. State St. near a post office and fled from the scene.


Animal complaint

Three dead goats were found Jan. 25 in a ditch in the 7800 block of Hoosier Creek Road.

Criminal damage

Antlers were broken off a concrete deer statue worth $250 on Jan. 23 or 24 in the 400 block of S. English Settlement Road.


A 14-year-old boy was arrested Jan. 24 on suspicion of possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after his parents found him with the drug in the 31000 block of Plank Road.

Liquor violation

A 21-year-old Burlington man was arrested Jan. 26 on suspicion of serving alcohol to minors in the 29600 block of Durand Ave., where police found a large bonfire and dozens of people who ran into the woods when police arrived. Arrested on accusations of underage drinking were two Burlington men, ages 19 and 20, two Burlington females, ages 17 and 20, and a 17-year-old East Troy girl, who also was ticketed for obstruction after she fled and hid in the woods, covering her legs with leaves.



A television, VCR and other items worth $650 were stolen Jan. 10 or 11 from a garage in the 4700 block of 5 Mile Road.

Tools worth $800 were stolen Jan. 10 or 11 from a garage in the 5000 block of 5 Mile Road.


A 29-year-old Racine man was arrested Jan. 23 on suspicion of possession of marijuana and cocaine, speeding, failure to stop at a sign, unsafe passing, driving left of center and three counts of reckless driving causing injury when his car flipped over on Northwestern Ave. at Golf Ave., injuring a 30-year-old Florida man and a 16-year-old Burlington girl and an 18-year-old Burlington woman. All were treated at a hospital.


Tools worth $1,000 were stolen Jan. 10 or 11 from a car in the 4900 block of 5 Mile Road.

A parka, pool cues and other items worth $800 were stolen Jan. 16 or 17 from a car in the 3000 block of Yorktown St.


Ice rescue

Emergency workers were sent Jan. 26 to Eagle Lake after a 45-year- old man driving an ATV broke through the ice. The man was out of the water before rescue workers arrived.

Fire call

Kansasville firefighters were called Jan. 28 to the Southern Wisconsin Center, 21425 Spring St., after a vehicle was found burning in the parking lot. The cause of the fire was suspicious.


Criminal damage

A post in a yard in the 4300 block of Wood Road sustained $100 in damage on Jan. 23.

A vehicle’s window was broken and a door on a vehicle was dented Jan. 28 in the 4000 block of Wickford Place.

Police were called to the 6500 block of Anforest Lane on Jan. 28 after windows on a vehicle were broken, causing $500 in damage.


An estimated $1,000 worth of electronic equipment was stolen Jan. 25 from a vehicle parked in a lot in the 5500 block of Durand Ave.

A 17-year-old girl was arrested on accusations of theft Jan. 25 after a pair of sunglasses valued at $10 was stolen from Wal-Mart, 3049 S. Oakes Road.

On Jan. 25, two girls, both 17, were arrested on accusations of shoplifting an estimated $300 in clothing from Kohl’s Department Store, 3000 block of S. Oakes Road.

A resident in the 5600 block of 16th St. alerted police Jan. 27 after finding more than $1,000 in jewelry missing from the residence.

A radar detector worth $100 was stolen Jan. 28 from a vehicle parked in the 6800 block of Washington Ave.

More than $1,000 in items was stolen Jan. 28 from three vehicles parked in the 8300 block of Washington Ave.

Three vehicles that were parked in the 6500 block of Washington Ave. were entered Jan. 28. Stolen from the three were items valued at more than $135.

An aluminum break tool worth an estimated $800 was stolen Jan. 29 from a house in the 4900 block of 90th St.

A jigsaw valued at $400 was stolen Jan. 29 from a construction site in the 5000 block of Rimrock Court.


An officer on patrol discovered that Wilson’s Fish Market, 2300 block of Racine St., had been burglarized.

Items valued at more than $700 were taken Jan. 28 from a model home in the 6500 block of Lindsay Lane. Damage to the home estimated at $1000.


Police responded to Wal-Mart, 3049 S. Oakes Road, on Jan. 28 after a stolen credit card was used to make a purchase of more than $200.

Juvenile arrest

A 15-year-old student from Case High School, 7345 Washington Ave., was arrested on accusation of theft after stealing bottles of soda from a delivery truck parked outside the school Jan. 30.


Disorderly conduct

A 17-year-old Muskego boy was ticketed Jan. 27 after he did “doughnuts” and squealed his tires in the 6700 block of S. Loomis Road.


A radar detector and CDs worth $300 were stolen Jan. 26 or 27 from a car in the 27000 block of Pioneer Road.


A sod field was driven through between Jan. 23 and 25 in the area of N. Britton Road and Burmeister.



Five CDs worth $150, a PlayStation worth $125 and a CD player worth $100 were stolen from a home in the 1300 block of Villa St.

Ten banks containing an estimated $300 were stolen Jan. 24 from a home in the 1300 block of Michigan Blvd.

Jewelry, credit cards, a coin collection, 30 blank checks and $3,900 were stolen Jan. 24 from a home in the 1500 block of Superior St.

A PlayStation, 35 DVDs worth $525, 20 CDs worth $300 and 10 video games worth $300 were stolen Jan. 24 or 25 from an apartment in the 2300 block of Jacato Drive.

A satellite system, a Nintendo system and four video games were stolen Jan. 27 or 28 from a home in the 1600 block of S. Memorial Drive.

A bottle of dish soap, 15 CDs worth $300 and $300 were stolen Jan. 27 from an apartment in the 2000 block of Quincy Ave.

Two pairs of earrings worth $300 and $500, and $200 were stolen Jan. 28 from a home in the 1400 block of Isabelle Ave.

Criminal damage A window worth $400 on a vehicle was broken Jan. 24 at the Mack Center, 2015 Franklin St.


Three cashed checks were discovered to be lost or stolen Jan. 24 at Olympic Liquors, 1629 Douglas Ave., resulting in a loss to the business.


A 13-year-old girl was robbed around 3:20 p.m. Jan. 24 of three gift cards and $1.50 by three girls in the 500 block of Main St.

A 77-year-old man was robbed Jan. 26 of $6 while in the parking lot of Piggly Wiggly, 3900 Erie St.


A wallet, a passport and a Walkman were stolen Jan. 23 or 24 from a vehicle in the 2800 block of Russet St.

Video games worth an estimated $800 and a PlayStation worth $100 were stolen Jan. 24 from a home in the 1200 block of Martin Luther King Drive.

A purse containing makeup worth $200 was stolen Jan. 22 from a room on the third floor of St. Luke’s Hospital, 1320 Wisconsin Ave.

A stove, tables, a mattress and other items were stolen between Dec. 25 and Jan. 25 from a storage locker in a building in the 3800 block of Green St.

A stereo worth $325 was stolen Jan. 25 or 26 from a vehicle in the 1600 block of Douglas Ave.

Stereo equipment worth $1,000, a coat worth $180 and snowboarding parts worth $170 were stolen Jan. 26 from a vehicle on Steeple Chase Drive.

A coat worth $399, a book bag containing books worth $300 and a purse were stolen Jan. 27 from the 1600 block of Murray Ave.

Video games worth $250 and a PlayStation were stolen between Jan. 22 and 24 from an apartment in the 2900 block of Russet St.



An Angus cow worth $1,500 was stolen Jan. 22 or 23 from a property in the 34300 block of Academy Road.



A money bag was stolen Jan. 26 from the Coal Miner’s Daughter Tavern, 1024 Main St.



Money and candy were stolen Jan. 27 from the Hill Top Tavern, 6812 N. Tichigan Road. The owner admitted he had “bragged” to patrons in his bar and other bars that on Jan. 23 he told police they were not allowed to patrol his property and parking lot.

Criminal damage

A mixture of oil and antifreeze was poured Jan. 25 on the interior and exterior of a car and into the gasoline tank in the 33900 block of High Drive.

Domestic abuse

A 41-year-old man was arrested Jan. 28 on suspicion of disorderly conduct-domestic after he threatened his wife in the 6300 block of Northwest Highway. The man said his wife was gone for six months and he became angry when she returned home.


Two boys, ages 12 and 14, were arrested Jan. 26 on suspicion of obstruction and vandalism after they used a slingshot to shoot paint balls at cars near the 31100 block of Hickory Hollow Road.


Two Mercury outboard motors worth $4,350 were stolen Jan. 26 from the 4100 block of Northwest Highway.

Two cars were entered and radar detectors stolen between Jan. 21 and 26 in the 4200 block of Riverside Drive and the 5800 block of Riverside Road.

A radar unit worth $200 and sunglasses worth $140 were stolen Jan. 28 from a vehicle in the 28900 block of Elm Island Drive.


A bride and groom agreed Jan. 27 to pay for damages after guests at their wedding reception damaged a chandelier at the Cotton Exchange, 345 Hickory Hollow Road. Several guests were warned by employees not to spin a chandelier hanging 10 feet from a ceiling. When the guests did not listen, the chandelier fell to the floor and broke. Cost to replace the chandelier is listed at $4,000, plus $600 to have it installed.


Fire call

A 32-year-old man sustained burned hands around 9:30 a.m. Jan. 23 after a vehicle being salvaged inside a garage caught fire at I-94 Used Auto Parts, 2118 N. Sylvania Ave. The fire was extinguished prior to the fire department’s arrival. The man’s condition was unknown.

Open door

All was found in order Jan. 27 after a door was found open at Erickson’s Landscaping, 10917 Spring St.

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