Sheboygan Falls Police Blotter: Sept. 4-11

SHEBOYGAN FALLS — A weekly summary of police activity in Sheboygan Falls between September 4th and September 11th.

  • 100 block of Monroe Street: officers investigated a disturbance.
  • 400 block of Broadway Street: officers investigated a theft complaint.
  • 800 block of Buffalo Street: officers investigated a theft complaint.
  • 100 block of Monroe Street: officers investigated a harassment complaint.
  • 600 block of Monroe Street: officers checked the welfare of an adult female.
  • 1000 block of Fond Du Lac Avenue: officers checked the welfare of an adult male.
  • 600 block of Dartmouth Drive: officer investigated a damage to property complaint.
  • Alfred Miley Way: officers investigated a missing person complaint.
  • 400 block of Monroe Street: officer investigated a theft complaint.
  • 200 block of Amherst Avenue: officers arrested and jailed a male individual on an outstanding warrant.
  • 1000 block of Green Acres Drive: officer stood by and acted as a peace officer
  • 1000 block of Green Acres Drive: officers investigated a fraud complaint.
  • 100 block of Foxglove Lane: officer assisted the Sheboygan Police Department with an investigation.
  • 700 block of Broadway Street: officers checked the welfare of an adult male.
  • 600 block of Mark Avenue: officer investigated an ordinance violation.
  • Pine Street & Buffalo Street: officer investigated a two-vehicle motor vehicle crash.
  • 1000 block of North Main Street: officers investigated a disturbance, an adult male was arrested and jailed for obstructing an officer and possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine.
  • Highway 32 & County Road I: officers assisted the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department with a motor vehicle crash.
  • Alfred Miley Way: officers investigated a suspicious complaint.
  • 100 block of Western Avenue: officer investigated a suspicious complaint.
  • 500 block of Pine Street: officers investigated a theft complaint.
  • 300 block of Adams Street: officers assisted the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department with an investigation.

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