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Police & Fire
Christmas week was busy for Greendale police as they responded to calls about family problems, drugs, drunk driving and theft.
The number ends four years with fewer than 600 annual traffic deaths, and represents a 6 percent increase over 2011.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
The historic building in the heart of Greendale’s National Historic Landmark District was targeted by vandals over Christmas break.
Retail theft, drugs, a dog at-large and a loud argument are calls that police handled last week.
The following items are brief summaries from the police call log for Oct. 19-Oct. 26.
A Milwaukee police officer whose gun accidentally discharged in the mall last year pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was ordered to pay a fine—and possibly to replace something the police have kept.
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