Port Police Report: Residents Rev Up and Land Themselves Citations
A roundup of recent activity from the police reports also includes cars covered in syrup and kids throwing objects at cars.
Does something about summer time mean an increase of testosterone?
Two Port Washington males were both cited in June after letting their manhood shine — that is, revving their engines, and drawing attention.
The first citation happened at 12:05 a.m. Thursday after a 34-year-old Port man was revving his engine and accelerating rapidly in the 100 block of East Grand Avenue. Police responded and cited him for disorderly conduct.
At 11:18 p.m. Saturday, an early-bloomer landed himself a citation for curfew after police pulled over the 16-year-old Port man for revving his engine.
Boys will be boys.
More from the reports:
- Kids will be kids: Port Washington police responded to a call of three subjects throwing objects at vehicles driving by in the area of Wisconsin and Monroe streets. They were warned for disorderly conduct.
- Something sticky? In the old days, they used toilet paper; now, it's syrup and saran wrap. Police responded to a call from a Port resident in the 1300 block of Sunset Road at 7:58 a.m. Thursday who was reporting his car having been covered in the sugary syrup and wrapped with saran. A few days earlier, in the 700 block of North Wisconsin Street, a Port woman reported an unknown substance splattered all over her vehicle while parked next to her garage. Syrup?