1A 17-year-old Mequon boy was cited for possession of illegally obtained prescription medication and underage possession of alcohol after he was stopped for failing to signal in the 10900 block of North Cedarburg Road at 3:29 p.m. May 5. K-9 Iron was called to the scene and hit inside the car, where Adderall pills were found along with a bottle of vodka.
2A 38-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for OWI and speeding 55 mph in a 40 mph zone in the 12900 block of North Wauwatosa Road at 12:46 a.m. May 5. He failed field sobriety tests and had a BAC of 0.13.
3A 40-year-old Milwaukee man was cited for his third OWI and bail jumping after he came to the police station for his daily breath test – he was on parole with a no-drink order -- at Mequon Police Department, 11300 N. Buntrock Avenue, about 6 p.m. May 8. The man, who had driven to the department, had a BAC of 0.09 and was cited.
A resident reported being the victim of a scam after receiving a call saying his grandson was in jail and he needed to send money May 5. The man went to a Walmart and wired $2,500 to the caller. He then received another call saying he needed to transfer another $2,500 and again went to Walmart. A short time later, he realized it was a scam and the second transfer was voided. The caller told the resident he would call again May 6.
4A 29-year-old Milwaukee woman was cited for driving with a suspended license after she reported that an “aggressive dog” jumped into her SUV and it “wouldn’t allow her to enter” in the 500 block of Riverview at 5:08 p.m. May 14. After the dog was removed, police found the steering column peeled and the ignition damaged. They also found that the license plate did not register to the SUV and the SUV was owned by Wisconsin Title Loans. The woman, who had a suspended license and no proof of ownership, said she paid a “guy” $500 as a down payment and needed to pay the rest. The car was towed.
5A counterfeit $5 bill was used to make a purchase at a business in the 200 block of North Main Street. The bill had Chinese writing on it and the paper “felt different.” It was turned over to the Secret Service for further investigation.