Port Police Report: Officers Bust Up Under Age Hotel Party
A roundup of the most recent activity from the Port Washington Police Department also includes a kid caught with a fake ID and a couple instances of vandalism.
This group of youths experienced a bit of a buzz kill last week when officers showed up at their hotel room after a report of loud noise.
Holiday Inn staff called police at 1:40 a.m. July 10 to report loud noise and a possible underage drinking party.
When officers arrived at the hotel, 135 E. Grand Ave., they found a 23-year-old Port man, a 21-year-old West Bend man, two 18-year-old Grafton men and a 16-year-old Saukville girl inside — and yes, they were drinking.
The two Grafton men and the Saukville girl were cited for underage drinking; the West Bend man was cited for loud noise, and the Port man was cited for obstructing an officer. The Port man was also taken into custody for violating his parole.
That's a night not really worth remembering.
More from the reports:
- Fake ID: If he knew anything about being superstitious, he wouldn't have tried this stunt on Friday the 13th. Police repsonded to a call at 4:44 p.m. Friday from Sentry staff after a 16-year-old Port boy attempted to purchase alcohol using a fake ID. He was cited for identification card violation.
- Vandalism: At 5:59 a.m. July 10, 49-year-old Port woman reported her mailbox had been damaged overnight at her home on Fairview Driver. Later that day, at 8:17 p.m. a Sheboygan man reported damage to four vehicles parked behing Flaherty's Auto, 927 S Spring St.