Saukville Police Report: Taco Timeout Leads to Warrant Arrest

A roundup of recent activity from the police blotter.

It was the wrong place, wrong time for this 35-year-old West Bend man.

Saukville police responded to a fire alarm at at 9:10 p.m. Oct. 20. Upon arrival, officers realized it was a false alarm. But, they also realized there was a man on scene with two active warrants from the Saukville Police Department.

He was arrested for the oustanding warrants.

More from the reports:

  • Man fight: Saukville police were dispatched to the 200 block of South Riverside Drive at 2:36 a.m. Oct. 20 because of a call about a loud argument. A 31-year old Saukville man was able to keep his cool with the officers, while his counterpart — a 35-year-old West Bend man — was not so friendly. The Saukville man was cited for loud and unnecessary noise, while the West Bend man was cited for disorderly conduct.
  • Afternoon delight? Police were called to the 400 block of South Main Street at 1:13 p.m. Oct. 26 where a man was slumped over in the front of his vehicle. When the officer arrived, the man was no longer slumping but instead watching the officer as he walked to the car. In speaking with the 58-year-old Saukville man in the car, police notived a strong odor of alcohol from inside the vehicle. The officer also noticed open intoxicants in his vehicle. The man, who already has one OWI under his belt, failed field sobriety tests; request for charges for operating while intoxicated were sent to the District Attorney's office, and he was also cited for the open intoxicants.


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