Thursday, May 16, 2013
Waukesha Police Department calls from Monday through Wednesday.
The following information was taken from the Waukesha Police Department's call log. A Waukesha woman who believed a male neighbor is introducing bleach into her body spiritually had police contacted after it was reported she was shaking her fists at a person and slammed her door at 10:07 p.m. Monday in the 1300 block of East Moreland Boulevard. The woman also believed she was being watched on cameras, which are being installed “everywhere,” by a person at the Waukesha County Courthouse named “The Juggler.” While police tried to tell her these are “ideas” are not likely happening, she insisted she believed that they were. Police warned the woman to stay in her room and to not bother neighbors. Officers also planed to follow up with the …
Waukesha Police Department's internal review of the April 25 arrest of Jaren M. Kuester, who is accused of killing three retired farmers in western Wisconsin, showed that the arresting officers' acted appropriately, according to Capt. Ron Oremus.
Waukesha police officers who arrested Jaren M. Kuester, 31, on a warrant shortly before he traveled to Lafayette County where he is accused of killing three retired farmers with a fireplace poker, did not have justification for protective placement at that time, according to Waukesha Police Capt. Ron Oremus. The Waukesha Police Department conducted an internal review to ensure that the department’s protocols and procedures were followed. While it is not an internal investigation, the review was completed to determine what the arresting officers knew when they had contact with Kuester. The Waukesha Police Department was called to Humane Animal Welfare Society on April 25 after it was reported Kuester was delusion over the death of his dog, …
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Waukesha man, 77, is accused of selling stolen items on Amazon and eBay, making a profit between $15,000 and $30,000, according to a complaint.
An elderly Waukesha man is accused of running a retail theft ring in southeastern Wisconsin by purchasing stolen merchandise and selling the pharmacy-related items online. Raymond F. Hatch, 77, was charged Friday in Waukesha County Circuit Court with four counts of conspiracy to commit felony retail theft and two counts of receiving stolen property. If convicted, he faces up to 7.5 years initial confinement in prison and $60,000 in fines. An investigator with Target stores in southeastern Wisconsin reported to a Waukesha detective in July 2012 that he felt that recent thefts of Crest White Strips, Mucinex, Rogaine and Claritin were stolen as a part of an organized ring. The stolen items were hidden in laundry hampers, storage totes or …
Monday, May 13, 2013
Waukesha Police Department calls from May 9 through May 12.
When a man reported he was beat up by people at a bar, Waukesha police officers discovered he had been less than truthful during his call to dispatchers. A man reported at 12:57 a.m. Saturday that he had been battered in the 500 block of Lincoln Avenue. Police made contact at the bar, where they told he was refused service because he was intoxicated and he spat at a person while he left the bar. When police talked with him, they learned he was not battered but was scared of some people because he believed they were Muslims. In other Waukesha Police Department calls:
Friday, May 10, 2013
Two Waukesha 20-year-olds face up to 8-1/4 years in prison if convicted of burglary and joy riding after they were charged with breaking into a Waukesha business.
Two Waukesha men are accused of breaking into Parts Hut, 735 Pleasant St., drinking beer in a cooler, stealing items from the business, taking the business’ truck to transport the stolen items before returning the truck. Dakota M. Cournia and Matthew E.D. McClain, both 20, were charged Wednesday in Waukesha County Circuit Court with burglary and joyriding – both charges as a party to a crime. They each face up to 8-1/4 years in prison and $35,000 in fines. Waukesha police officers responded to a report of a burglary on Oct. 1 after unknown people entered Parts Hut, breaking a window with a rock and stealing items from the business, according to the criminal complaint. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily …
Thursday, May 9, 2013
Richard A. Petarius, 76, shot at Waukesha police officers responding to a domestic abuse call in October, just two days after a mass shooting at a Brookfield spa, according to a criminal complaint.
A trial date is set for a man who is charged with nine felonies, including the attempted homicide of a police officer, after shooting at police who responded to a report that he was violating a domestic abuse restraining order, according to court records. Richard A. Petarius, 76, was in court Thursday where a plea hearing and a trial date were set. If Petarius does not come to an agreement with prosecutors in time for the July 12 plea hearing, a trial is scheduled to begin Aug. 13. Petarius pleaded not guilty in December for the incident that happened two days after a mass shooting at a Brookfield spa. He remains jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail. Petarius, who was a clown with Tripoli Shrine in 2008, is accused of pointing and shooting a …
Waukesha Police Department calls from May 7 through May 9.
The following information was provided in the Waukesha Police Department's call log from May 7 through May 9. Watch out, Jane. Apparently a man near Bristol Court and Woodridge Lane may think he is Tarzan. A caller reported to the Waukesha Police Department at 12:54 p.m. Tuesday that a neighbor has been acting a little strange recently. The man’s been pounding on his chest like a gorilla and shouting like Tarzan while outside, the caller reported to police. Police officers checked the area for the man, but he was not outside. The caller just wanted police to be aware of the man’s behavior. Follow us on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter In other Waukesha Police Department calls:
Wednesday, May 8, 2013
Aisha R. Jackson, 33, of Waukesha, who is on probation for making fake 911 phone calls to avoid traffic tickets, was arrested after a Waukesha police officer found marijuana stashed in her bra, according to a criminal complaint.
It was one traffic stop she couldn’t get out of by faking an emergency. Aisha R. Jackson, 33, of Waukesha was convicted earlier this year after being accused of calling 911 for fake emergencies to get out of traffic tickets seven times in Waukesha. But when she was a passenger in a car that was pulled over in March, she ended up being charged with a felony – with no fake emergency call being placed to Waukesha dispatchers. Jackson was charged Monday in Waukesha County Court with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. If convicted, she faces up to 1.5 years in prison and $10,000 in fines. She was on probation at the time of her arrest for faking emergencies in Waukesha. When the vehicle was pulled over at 2:05 a.m. March 14 at …
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Waukesha Police Department calls from May 5 to May 7.
The following items were provided to Patch via the Waukesha Police Department's call log. Attention fathers who watch pornographic videos on their cell phones: don’t give your kids the phone… A woman reported at 9:46 p.m. Sunday that her 7-year-old son had watched pornography while in the custody of his father in Waukesha. Police spoke with the boy, who told them his father gave him the phone to play games but instead the boy watched the “naughty videos” instead “a lot of times.” There were 21 pornographic videos on the phone, the boy told police. Waukesha police made contact with the boy’s father, who was surprised to learn his son was watching pornography on the phone. The father told police he will remove the videos from his phone and …
Monday, May 6, 2013
Ronald E. Doern, 64, is accused of driving with a .29 percent blood alcohol concentration after being pulled over by the Waukesha Police Department.
A 64-year-old Waukesha man is accused of driving with a .29 percent blood alcohol concentration with his 2-year-old grandson in the vehicle, according to a criminal complaint filed Thursday in Waukesha County Circuit Court. Ronald E. Doern was charged with felony drunken driving. If convicted, he faces between 120 days and two years in jail and $1,200 in fines. He remains jailed in lieu of $2,500 bail. Doern was pulled over at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday near Highway 164 and East Broadway after a police officer noticed the vehicle he was driving accelerate through a yellow light and saw a beer can being thrown out the passenger window, according to a criminal complaint. Doern’s 2-year-old grandson was in a child’s seat in the vehicle, the …