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Police Report: Tires Stolen, Road Rage, Domestic Violence

Details from the latest incident reports at the Menomonee Falls Police Department.

For the second time in three months, thieves have broken into a storage container at , N188W14300 Main St.

In Wednesday’s incident, thieves cut a padlock off the container and stole three new tires.  The dealership plans to buy a cutproof lock and requested additional patrol of the area during evening hours while construction on the building continues.

Also from the police reports:

  • A Sussex woman told police she feared for her safety following a road rage incident Monday.

    The woman said she was driving east on Good Hope Road between Pilgrim Road and Appleton Avenue about 7:15 a.m. when a driver in a green Toyota twice ran her off the road and made threatening gestures toward her.

    The woman and her passenger were able to provide a license plate number to police, who traced the car to another Sussex resident. Police planned to deliver a citation for reckless driving to his residence.
  • A 70-year-old Brookfield man was arrested for violating a domestic abuse injunction Tuesday.

    His daughter, a Menomonee Falls woman, called police to say her father had driven by her Menomonee Falls residence and parked in front. She provided police with a copy of the injunction, which states that her father must avoid the residence and any location temporarily occupied by the woman. Police located the man, who said he was checking for flooding at the residence. He was booked and then released.
  • A 34-year-old Menomonee Falls man was arrested Monday for domestic violence/disorderly conduct.

    Police were called to the W15000 block of Ridgeview Drive just after 6 p.m. A woman at the residence said her husband had struck objects in their room during a verbal argument and attempted to grab the phone from her when she tried to call police. The man left the scene but was soon contacted by police, who arrested him.
  • A stray dog was picked up from a residence on Merrimac Drive just before 9:30 a.m.  June 19. The property owner called to say he had seen the dog near the high school earlier. The dog is a female, black-and-white collie/terrier mix with a pink camouflaged collar and no tags. The dog was taken back to the police department, and the humane society was contacted.

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