Thursday, March 14, 2013
Maria Reyes, 28, was charged with disorderly conduct after police say she threatened a teacher's aide in the school parking lot.
A 28-year-old Milwaukee woman has been charged following a March 7 incident outside Canterbury Elementary School. Police say a teacher's aide was trying to leave the school parking lot but was parked in by Maria Reyes, who after the aide asked her to move her car, threatened to get a gun and "blow her (expletive) head off," according to a criminal complaint. Reyes, meanwhile, countered that she told the aide to stop pounding on her window or else she would use her gun in self-defense, according to the complaint. Reyes was charged Monday with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor. The charge carries a maximum penalty of a $1,000 fine or 90 days in jail.
Monday, December 17, 2012
A man is accused of pointing a gun with eight rounds in the magazine at his wife during an argument where he shut off the power to their residence and refused to turn it back on.
A 28-year-old Franklin man is accused of pointing a loaded gun at his wife when she got upset with him for turning off the power to their home. Russell Gordon Cox was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court Saturday with one count of disorderly conduct with use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted, he faces up to 90 days in jail and $1,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: On Friday, Franklin police officers were called to the couple’s home in the 6800 block of South Parkedge Circle after the woman reported her husband had pulled a gun on her. She said they had been arguing and Cox turned off the power to the residence and then refused to turn it back on. He then tried to leave, but she blocked him saying he couldn’t until …
Friday, November 30, 2012
A Greendale man is accused of fighting with his parents then cutting himself with a knife while drunk.
A 26-year-old Greendale man is accused of cutting his own hand with a knife, then pushing his dad to the ground during an argument. The man was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court Thursday with one count of disorderly conduct domestic abuse with use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted, he faces up to 90 days in jail and $1,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: On Monday evening, the man began drinking and arguing with his parents in their home in the 6000 block of Oakwood Lane West, where he demanded money and told his parents they were responsible for his issues. He had had been living with his parents since he was released from jail in August and his parents told officers he’s a heroin user who drinks when he’s not …
Monday, November 19, 2012
This week's police report includes a woman falling victim to an Internet scam and a large fire in the backyard of a residence.
These incidents are part of the Greendale police's weekly call sheet from Nov. 9-16 On Nov. 14, a man in the 8800 block of Greenwood Lane called 911 after reporting his 19-year-old brother attacked him with a large sword. The victim said he was arguing with his brother when the suspect got the sword, then cut the victim’s finger. The suspect was arrested for disorderly conduct while armed. Other incidents from the police report include:
Monday, June 25, 2012
Suspect, 62, tells people he has bombs to blow up an apartment building during a Friday incident.
$40-PAYMENT DUE A 62-year-old Greendale man is facing charges after he allegedly threw beer cans at two people outside an apartment complex then claimed to have bombs to blow the place up before eventually arming himself with kitchen knives when police officers arrived. Peter Nicholas Bartell was charged in Milwaukee County Circuit Court Saturday with one count of disorderly conduct with use of a dangerous weapon. If convicted, he faces up to 90 days in jail and $1,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: On Friday, Greendale police officers were called to an apartment complex in the 6800 block of Crocus Court after witnesses saw Bartell toss beer cans at two people in the parking lot then yell at them that he had knives and …
Friday, June 1, 2012
With the recall election four days away, the former president spoke at a rally with Democrat Tom Barrett at Pere Marquette Park.
Former President Bill Clinton visited Pere Marquette Park Friday to support Democrat Tom Barrett as Wisconsin's tumultuous recall election nears its end. Clinton made cooperation the theme of his speech and hammered Gov. Scott Walker for his "divide and conquer" tactics. "Everywhere I go in America, everywhere I go in the world, the only thing that's working is when you get everybody who's got a stake in the game in there, treat them with respect and people go forward together," Clinton said. "That's how you get out of a ditch." Clinton said Barrett is the candidate better for education, the budget and creating jobs. He and Barrett also used the event to urge people to vote early, with absentee voting coming to an end Friday. Hundreds …