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Police & Fire
Local police arrested three suspects after a pursuit resulted in two stolen vans crashing in a quiet Shorewood neighborhood.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
For safety and community connections, the North Shore Fire Department is hosting an official chametz burning – the removal by fire of all leavened bread – in honor of Passover.
The 14- to 16-year-old boy threatened a woman and her father with what is believed to be a gun after they caught him going through one of their cars parked in the driveway.
Our roundup of weird crime for the week has something of a food theme, with chicken wings (sort of) and shrimp (stolen poorly).
Largest increase is a $30 hike in advanced life support transport for a nonresident. There's also a new $900 fee for kits to treat exposure to nerve agents.
The latest reports from the Whitefish Bay Police Department.
Police & Fire, Elections
Mahlon Mitchell, a 15-year veteran of the Madison Fire Department and current president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, will run as a Democrat in recall election.
Given the chance to think hard about the consequences of their actions, a few folks decided they would go ahead and take the leap anyway. With dire results.
Five people used a friends' hot tub without the homeowner's permission Saturday night, leading officers to discover 20 pills and a vial designed to hold ecstasy.
The latest police reports also include stolen bikes, political signs and groceries.
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