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Government, Police & Fire
Fear over multimillion dollar lawsuits has prompted many departments to strictly follow requirements in the federal Driver's Privacy Protection Act that may or may not apply. And in doing so, they're violating the state's open records law.
Police & Fire
This week's regional crime roundup also includes a guilty plea in the case against a man who killed a service dog and injured the dog's owner in a hit-and-run crash.
With $200 in his pocket, a man who went to Southridge Mall to buy a limited-edition shoe says two people met in line attacked him in the parking lot and tried to get his money.
Police say a woman's plan to get out of a bigger ticket by using her friend's license backfired when the friend got notice of the speeding ticket handed out on Halloween.
With 14 drivers stopped, the Greendale officers deployed as part of a task force to catch—and deter—drunken drivers on St. Patrick's Day weekend were busy.
This week's regional crime roundup also includes a sexual assault case, restaurant break-in, and a sawed-off shotgun used in a gas station robbery.
This week's regional crime roundup also includes sexual assaults of employees at the Waukesha County jail, a sentence for a man who tried to meet a child for sex and a man shot in the shoulder by a disgruntled customer.
Four Milwaukee men have been charged in federal court with a massive counterfeiting operation, and Greendale police caught up with someone using the phony money the feds say the men printed.
Young people have been getting in trouble lately, for incidents ranging from making bomb threats to burglary. And, in Wauwatosa, teens have been the victim of a frightening crime: carjacking.
Our weekly collection of crime stories from the suburbs includes a child abuse charge for a woman police say struck her children with a belt and a man already in hot water taking his frustration out on a wall.
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