Highlights of the June crime report for Menomonee Falls | Crime
Here are the highlights of the June crime report for Menomonee Falls:
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - 14400 block / Northpoint Dr
06/01: At 11:35PM, during a FI (Field Interview) stop, three 21-year-olds, two from
Menomonee Falls and one from Deerfield, IL, were found to have marijuana and
paraphernalia in their vehicle; they were with Muni POCS and Muni possession of
paraphernalia, booked, interviewed, cited and released.
Marijuana Possession - Robinhood Dr./Tamarack Trail
06/02: At 1:13AM, during a traffic stop a 25-year-old Menomonee Falls man was found
to be in possession of marijuana; his SFST’s (Standard Field Sobriety Tests) were
unsuccessful; He was arrested for OWI 1st, drugs and POCS.
Simple Assault - N82 W15700 Block of Apple Valley Dr
06/03: At 11:50PM, a 21-year-old Menomonee Falls man was arrested for DV/Battery
after he assaulted his girlfriend.
Simple Assault - N84 W18200 Block Seneca Dr
06/03: A 5:25PM, a 32-year-old Milwaukee woman threw a baking pan (cookie sheet) at
a 40-year-old Menomonee Falls man which struck their one year old son on the left
temple area causing a contusion. Suspect fled, but was later arrested and charged with
battery and child abuse.
Suspicious Circumstances – W124 N8145 Hwy 145 – Woodman’s
06/03: At 10:17AM, a suspicious bottle was observed by personnel in the parking lot; the
scene was secured. Hazmat personnel neutralized the substance, which was later
believed to be poppy seeds in a two foot plastic bottle. Follow-up review of surveillance
video identified a f/w suspect, mid 30’s, long brown/black hair, enter the store at 3:55
PM, purchase three packages of poppy seeds, a two foot bottle of Pepsi, and a funnel with
a credit card. After using the restroom, she proceeded to her vehicle, moved to a
different part of the lot and left the bottle on the lot in a plastic bag. She fled in a silver
four door Toyota Corolla, newer, in clean condition.
Theft from Auto - N73 W13430 Appleton Ave. – North Hills Country
06/03: Unknown person(s) forcibly entered a parked van by smashing the front passenger
window; Taken was a Coach purse from underneath the front seat containing cash, credit
cards and a Coach coin purse; one of the credit cards was used at a gas station in
Telephone Fraud N60 W14625 Kaul Ave - Volkmann Railroad Builders
06/03: Unknown actor(s) hacked into the company’s phone service and made several
Theft - W133 N5030 Campbell Dr – Staff Electric
06/04: Unknown actor(s) smashed hasp on an outdoor storage cage and removed eight
aluminum 40 lb. tanks of propane, commonly used to power forklifts.
Theft from Auto - N56 W16300 Silver Spring Dr. – Davian’s
06/05: Unknown subject smashed out the window to a gray PT Chrysler Cruiser in the
parking lot; Removed was a Garmin GPS unit.
Reckless Use of Weapon - W166 N9100 Block Grand Ave.
06/05: At 3:03AM, a 29-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested after he grabbed a 29-year
-old Menomonee Falls woman by the hair and shoved her onto the floor, spat on her and
a 31-year-old female friend; then he threatened to kill them while brandishing a kitchen
Theft - N48 W15636 Lisbon Road - Pilgrim Petro
06/09: At 12:11PM an unknown M/W pumped $65.25 worth of gas into a TAN/BGE
GMC Yukon or Chevy Tahoe with an out-of-state license plate, and left without paying.
Theft - N88 W15167 Main Street - Good-to-Go Citgo
06/10: At 12:37PM an unknown M/W in his 20s (sandy BLD hair, 160lbs, wearing a
BLU T-shirt and khaki shorts) pumped $70.84 worth of gas into a MAR mid-80s Ford
pickup (obscured plates) with a large WHI stripe on both sides and left without paying.
Found Prop. - Manor Hills Blvd & Creek View
06/10: At 11:53PM the anonymous caller reported seeing a suspicious light in the road.
Officers recovered a total of 8 copper colored Westinghouse landscaping lights near both
residences. The area was checked for suspects, but none were located. The owner of the
found property could not be located.
Theft from Vehicle - N59 W13500 Manhardt Dr - A&B Drywall &
Ted Selerski Electric
06/10: Unknown actor(s) cut the catalytic convertors from two vans owned by different
businesses occupying this building. Video surveillance did capture a suspect vehicle (late
90s RED Pontiac Grand Prix) and a male suspect (light complexion, possibly Hispanic)
using a Sawzall-type tool.
Theft - W147 N4900 Block Dolphin Drive
06/10: Unknown actor(s) removed a homemade trailer and ATV from the front lawn of a
Burglary - N90 W14555 Commerce Drive - Hevi Haul International
06/11: Unknown actor(s) used a large rock to smash the front door glass and gain entry to
the building; 4 boxes of La Vieja havana cigars (20 per box) and a small amount of petty
cash ($5-$10) were removed.
Theft from Vehicle - W124 N8145 HWY 145 - Woodman’s
06/11: Unknown actor(s) removed the rear license plate (WI/268FKB) from a 2003
Pontiac Montana van; Surveillance video shows that the theft occurred at 4:41PM;
Suspect described as a M/W, 18-late 30s; wearing a dark baseball cap, long dark shorts
and dark shoes; driving a BLK or GRN Honda Accord 4-door.
Theft of Gas - N71 W13161 Appleton Avenue - Falls BP Amoco
06/11: At 10:20AM an unknown M/W (25-30 years old, 5’08”-6’00”, 140-160lbs)
pumped $13.01 worth of gas into a newer model BLU or SIL Chevy Malibu.
Theft - N93 W17700 Appleton Avenue - Office Max
06/12: Between 1PM and 1:30PM employees from Total Lawn Care left 3 power tools
unattended near the Office Max loading dock while they were on their lunch break;
Unknown actor(s) removed a Stihl 2-cycle engine hedge trimmer with 28” blade ($400),
a Stihl 2-cycle chain saw with 20” bar ($500), and a Red Max 2-cycle engine backpackstyle
Temporary Plate Fraud - Silver Spring Drive/ Pilgrim Road
06/12: MFPD assisted agents from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation in the
purchase of temporary license plates that were being offered for sale on Craig’s List.
Arrangements were made to meet the seller on the Walgreen’s parking lot at Silver
Spring and Pilgrim; Upon DOT agents purchasing the plates, the suspect vehicle (MAR
2000 Pontiac Grand Am, WI/826RNS) was stopped and a 26-year-old Milwaukee man
was taken into custody; was booked for felony Unlawful Transfer of Registration Plates;
transported to WKSO Jail on this charge, as well as two outstanding MFPD warrants.
Identity Theft - N81 W14200 Block Eastwood Drive
06/14: Unknown actor(s) have attempted multiple large dollar withdrawals from a
Guaranty Bank checking and money market accounts; all of the attempts have been made
online and are coming from an address in Illinois; no actual loss has been
discovered/suffered as of this time.
Heroin Possession – N57W15900 Block Bette Drive
06/14: At 6:17PM a 35-year-old Menomonee Falls woman turned over to police a
backpack containing drug paraphernalia which belonged to a 20-year-old Butler man; he
was located and charged with Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and POCS (heroin) and
taken to WKSO jail.
Theft – Home Under Construction - N48W18300 Block Green Crane Dr.
06/14: Unknown person(s) removed three Kohler brand vanity sinks and one Kraus brand
double basin stainless steel sink. Estimated loss $555.00.
Possession of Drug Paraphernalia – N88 W16500 Main St.
06/18: At 11:42PM a 19-year-old Menomonee Falls man was observed in Mill Pond after
hours going to his vehicle; inside the vehicle was found alcohol, and drug paraphernalia
with marijuana residue; Subject was arrested and cited for POCS, Paraphernalia and
Possession of Alcohol Underage.
Simple Assault – N90W15900 Block Roosevelt Dr.
06/19: At 11:45PM a 36-year-old Menomonee Falls woman was arrested for DV/Battery
after she threw a can of hair spray at 37-year-old Menomonee Falls man, causing a small
laceration to his right scalp area; Suspect could not post mandatory bail and was
transported to the County Jail.
Theft from Vehicle - N84 W17100 Menomonee Ave. - Tamarack Place
06/23: Unknown actor(s) stole a $300 two place bike rack off a 2002 Ford Taurus while
parked in the rear lot.
Vandalism/CDTP - N84 W16579 Menomonee Ave - Hiawatha School
06/23: Unknown actor(s) smashed a window to a basement door (west side of building)
to gain entry; No property stolen, but two fire extinguishers were expelled.
This report was provided by the Menomonee Falls Police Department.