Thursday, December 8, 2016
Target contacted police on December 5 for a shoplifter in custody. Police found a 48 year old female from Brussels had concealed a clothing item and left the store. Store security has been watching the suspect and immediately stopped her upon her leaving the store.
The suspect admitted to wanting to steal the shirt, as she had no money to purchase the item. For her actions, an ordinance citation for shoplifting/retail theft was issued to the suspect.
This same male had left a threatening message for the city officer that arrested him on his OWI charge. In addition to the bail jumping charge, the threat incident was referred to the DA's Office for a misdemeanor charge of unlawful use of a communication system to threaten harm.
Door County Deputies located the suspect who was heading back to his residence. The suspect had been drinking alcohol and Door County Sheriff handled the alcohol violations and probation hold arrest.
Sturgeon Bay Police cited the suspect for an ordinance violation of disorderly conduct and traffic violations for hit and run and failure to report an accident.
Saturday, December 3, 2016
The driver of the truck denied hitting the back of the other vehicle and was upset at the other vehicles driving. The driver of the truck admitted to yelling and swearing at the other driver.
Police found no damage to either vehicle. The driver of the truck, a 63 year old male from Sturgeon Bay, was issued an ordinance citation for disorderly conduct.
Incident #1: Police were sent to an east side home on December 1, just after 10:00 pm for a disorderly male. The 48 year old male was yelling and swearing at other occupants of the home, and attempted to kick in a bedroom door where one of the occupants had retreated to. The male was arrested for domestic related Disorderly Conduct, and taken to the Door County Jail.
Incident #2: On December 2 at 8:15 pm, officers were sent to an east side home for a report of a women pleading for her life, as heard by neighbors. The investigation revealed the 20 year old male occupant was upset at his girlfriend. During the argument, the male threw the girlfriend to the ground, injuring her hand, and broke some property. The male was arrested for domestic related Disorderly Conduct and Battery and taken to jail. The male had been drinking alcohol and was also cited for consumption of alcohol underage.
Friday, December 2, 2016
Police are looking for the public's help in locating the suspect vehicle, which should have front end damage. Police want to identify the owner of the vehicle, so they can be held accountable and pay for the replacement cost of the street light.
We would gladly accept a phone call from the driver themselves, if their conscience is bothering them. Otherwise, anyone with information on the identity of the vehicle can contact the police department at (920) 746-2450.
UPDATED on Dec 3 to reflect damage first found at 10:30pm, and not 11:30pm.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
No operator of any vehicle shall park such vehicle upon any street within the city between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during December, January, February and March.
The Street Department's snow plow drivers would like to thank everyone in advance for following this ordinance and helping them clear our streets more efficiently.
Failure to obey this ordinance can result in a $15 parking ticket.