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Greendale Police Blotter: Car Accident Involving Underage Drinking; Credit Cards Stolen at the Mall

Police reports from December 5 to December 11.

A car accident was reported on Dec. 9 near College Avenue and 51s Street.  A woman was arrested for underage drinking. Another 18-year-old woman was arrested for state charges of drunken driving with a BAC of .11. Citations were also issued for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Other police blotters:

A 17-year-old male and female were arrested for underage drinking on the 5300 block of Eastway on Dec. 5. The mother of the girl was assaulted at the police parking lot by the male teen. He was arrested again for disorderly conduct and possession of oxicontin.

A 24-year-old intoxicated woman ran towards a car on the intersection of Southway and Broad Street stating she needs help and is being held against her will on Dec. 6. The woman’s family told police she was told not to leave because she was drinking.

A 33-year-old evicted tenant threatened to kill someone on the 5300 block of Eastway on Dec. 6. The man was arrested for disorderly conduct.

A person's wallet was stole from the lobby at and a credit card was used at three locations in the mall on Dec. 7.

A 14-year-old girl was reported missing on Dec. 7.

A truancy was reported on at on Dec. 8.

Fraud was reported at Speedway on Dec. 9.

A woman had her credit car, bankcard and $500 cash stolen from her purse in the food court restrooms at Southridge Mall on Dec. 9. Five fraudulent transactions were made on her bankcard between $200 and $500.

Two juvenile girls were arrested for fighting in front of on Dec. 10.

A man was arrested for domestic violence and disorderly conduct on Dec. 11 near Greenway after his reported that he pushed her.

Retail Theft:

  • Two thefts at Sears
  • One theft at Sprint
  • Two thefts at Kohls
  • One theft at JCPenney

Incidents above are part of the call sheet from Greendale police.

 


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