A pit bull charged and bit a Hartland man in his back and leg, but the man told police the wounds were not serious, police reports say.
The man was inside a friend's home in the block of Oriole Lane when the dog charged at him at 8 p. Wednesday, he told police.
At first the man declined medical attention, saying there was just a little bleeding but later he decided to drive himself to a hospital to have the wounds checked out, according to reports. The dog belonged to his friend's grandchildren. Police notified the Elmbrook Humane Society about the bite.
What not to do when you lock your keys in the car? Coopers Hawk Winery called police when they saw two men using bricks to break into a vehicle parked near the store at Brookfield Square mall about 10 p.
It turned out the men had locked their keys in their car and took a paving brick to smash the rear window. They were laughing and had asked a restaurant hostess for ideas before choosing to break the window, get in and drive off.
He told police Thursday that he paid via pre-paid PayPal cards and the money was withdrawn in Maine. Found property: A bike with an American flag taped to it was found outside after July 4. Also, a scooter was found in the front yard of a home in the block of Cherokee Drive on Tuesday.
Both were being held at the police station, N. Calhoun Road. Facebook hacked: A Helene Drive man said he received an e-mail from Facebook saying his had been compromised and was hacked. The man had a suspect in mind and wanted police detectives to investigate.
It's the second recent case of counterfeit bills in Brookfield, after a. Clothes floating in Deer Creek: A woman said her children were walking near Deer Creek off Manor Court Wednesday evening when they saw men's clothing and underwear floating in the water. Along the shore they saw a towel, jacket and beer cans.
Police searched the area but found no one and no identification with the clothing. Worshipping too loud?
Wednesday after receiving complaints about excessive noise. Church members said they would move their weekly Wednesday evening Kids Fest event to a new outdoor location on their site to minimize noise issues.
Among the items inside the trailer were a lawnmower, chain saws, blowers and hedge trimmers. Business burglarized: Police responding to a burglary alarm at a.
Wednesday at Gehl Flooring, N. Officers were investigating. Train gate problems: Train gates at North Avenue and Pilgrim Parkway were malfunctioning — going up and down without any trains in sight — after 9 a.
CP Rail engineers were called to fix the problem. Lewd calls: A Royalcrest Drive woman said she had received two phone calls in which a male "moans and groans" in a sexual manner from a listed as "unavailable.
Officers advised her to contact her cellular provider to block unavailable calls. To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit these required items to arrestreports patch.
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