Waukesha Police Department


8:05 a.m. — The cab of a semi tractor- trailer struck the railroad trestle at West Newhall and Southwest avenues, becoming wedged underneath it.

11:13 a.m. — A business in the 200 block of West Main Street believed someone lit a fire in the flower pot outside their business overnight.

2:37 p.m. — A caller in the 900 block of East Moreland Boulevard said his baby’s mother was harassing him and he wanted police to talk to her.

3:37 p.m. — A caller spotted a 3-year-old in yellow rain boots, a gray shirt with white stripes, and gray pants, at Cutler Park who appeared to be alone.

4:45 p.m. — A woman in the 1800 block of Waterview Lane said her 13-year-old neighbor damaged the hood of her vehicle on Wednesday night. She didn’t want officers to come to her home, however, saying that she is afraid of her neighbors. She said her neighbors’ kids are out of control and the parents don’t do anything about it. An officer told her that police are familiar with the subjects, and that it is very hard to get people to be good neighbors that don’t want to be.

5:28 p.m. — A caller in the 1900 block of Madera Street believed that a belt and pulley in his mother’s 2001 Oldsmobile Alero were damaged by a bullet. Officers did find a bullet hole in the car, but determined that the vehicle had been shot quite some time ago. They also determined that the damage to the serpentine belt and pulley was the result of normal wear and tear.

11:01 p.m. — A caller in the 300 of West Broadway said a tenant in a neighboring apartment was tapping his pencil too loudly and he had to wear earplugs to block the sound. Officers did not hear any loud noise in the building. When officers made contact with the caller he said there was nothing the police could do for him since he is “a public nuisance and an abomination.” He would not elaborate further about the issue, and slammed the door on officers.

Robert Lewis

Robert graduated from Brandman University, where he got his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. Born in Massachusetts, Robert’s family moved to Kentucky in 2005 where he spent his college life and worked as an insurance agent for four years. Now is the founder and team leader of the website.

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