Saturday, February 28, 2015

Pennsylvania Man Arrested After Causing Injury Accident


On February 27, 2015 at 8:46 PM, officers were dispatched to Maple Street for a two vehicle accident. Upon arrival officers found two vehicles severely damaged on the side of the roadway. Officers made contact with two males in one of the vehicles and determined that they had been traveling down the road and had run into a parked unoccupied vehicle on the roadway. Due to the collision the parked vehicle was forced onto the curb and into a nearby tree causing the tree to be knocked over.

After being evaluated by Door County Paramedics, the driver a 43 year old Pennsylvania man was transported to Door County Medical Center where officers administered field sobriety tests (FSTS). After refusing to do the tests the Pennsylvania man was arrested for felony Operating While Intoxicated Causing Injury and medically cleared by emergency room staff. The Pennsylvania man was incarcerated at the Door County Jail.

Sturgeon Bay Woman Arrested For OWI


On February 27, 2015 at 10:03 PM, a community service officer (CSO) working in the city noticed a vehicle driving erratically on Egg Harbor Road. The CSO notified officers who conducted a traffic stop on the vehicle in the Walmart parking lot. Officers found that the driver a 31 year old Sturgeon Bay woman had been drinking earlier in the night. Officers administered field sobriety tests (FSTS) to the woman who failed. A preliminary breath test (PBT) was given to the 31 year old woman, which indicated a .22 amount. Officers arrested the 31 year old Sturgeon Bay woman for Operating While Intoxicated (OWI) and transported her to the Door County Jail.

Sturgeon Bay Man Arrested For Burglary


On February 28, 2015 at 2:47 AM, officers were dispatched to a residence on Maple Street for a Burglary in progress. Upon arrival officers found the homeowner out with the suspect in a nearby parking lot.  As officers exited their squads the homeowner told officers that the 30 year old Sturgeon Bay man had opened his garage door and had stole an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) from it without his permission. During the incident the homeowners garage door was damaged from the suspect striking it with the ATV.   Officers arrested the 30 year old Sturgeon Bay man on numerous charges including Burglary.  The 30 year old Sturgeon Bay man was incarcerated at the Door County Jail.

Cybertip Leads Investigators To Sturgeon Bay Residence


In late January 2015, Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigators from the Sturgeon Bay Police Department conducted a search warrant at a residence on the east side of Sturgeon Bay. The search warrant stemmed from an ongoing investigation involving a cybertip. Once in the residence investigators seized multiple electronic devices. The electronic devices were then forensically analyzed by ICAC Investigators from the Sturgeon Bay Police Department. The investigation is ongoing and investigators hope to have formal charges sent over to the Door County District Attorneys office in the near future.

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Traffic Detour for Water Main Break

Sturgeon Bay Utilities is in the process of fixing a water main break on Green Bay Rd near Fatzo's Subs. Traffic is being detoured onto on S Lansing Ave and W Spruce St. Please slow down and use extra caution in this area. Green Bay Rd will reopen once the repair is completed. Thank you to Sturgeon Bay Utilities and Sturgeon Bay Street Department for their help in fixing the repair.

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Beware Of Scammers Looking For Love Online


On Friday, February 13th the Sturgeon Bay Police Department took a report of a scam that occurred when a gentleman connected with a person who contacted him through match.com.

The person agreed to fly into Green Bay to spend time with him, and asked him for money for the ticket and some incidentals. The gentleman wired the money and when the time came, went to the airport; the female never got off the plane. 

The woman said her father recently passed away and was in the construction business in England.  Her father's will indicated she needed to get married in order for her to inherit the money; this was why she was on match.com. 

The majority of the money sent to the woman was sent through Western Union and Money Gram. There have since been other reports of fraud happening through other dating websites.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Merry Christmas Everyone


The Men and Women of the Sturgeon Bay Police Department would like to wish each and everyone one of you a Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year!