Greenfield Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Oak Creek police report: April 23, 2015 issue

    Wednesday Apr 22 | via OakCreek 

    2A credit card was stolen out of a man's wallet at Xperience Fitness, 8601 S. Howell Ave., at about 9:30 p.m. April 13. The wallet was inside an unlocked locker at the business when the theft occurred. Police reviewed video surveillance and identified one of the suspects.

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    Related Topix: Oak Creek, WI, Greenfield, WI, Franklin, WI

  • police report: April 2, 2015 issue

    Wednesday Apr 1 | via Franklin 

    Police believe the same suspect is responsible for the theft of three PS4 gaming systems on March 23 and are investigating. 3A male stole three PS4 game systems, valued at $1,647, and used keys to take them out of a locked cabinet, at Wal-Mart, 6701 S. 27th St., at about 9:50 a.m. March 23. The male removed the PS4 gaming systems from the boxes and placed them inside different product boxes after removing the serial numbers.

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    Related Topix: Oak Creek, WI, Brookfield, WI, Greenfield, WI

Greenfield Law

What happens if you get driving after rev and you miss second court date?
revocation was because of a owi...(1st)
Since you probably did not have an attorney appear for you at that court date, since you're asking us, there was...
I was subjected to a humiliating roadside sobriety test, which because of my profession could have ruined my career. 0.0% BAC
Abuse of authority, a lie and a clear violation of my constitutional rights to not have my person searched. He claimed a "strong odor of alcohol on my breath" which is clearly false. Numerous controlled studies show clearly that officers cannot detect alcohol on someone's breath even if the person is extremely intoxicated. They can detect a smell if the person just swallowed and still has some liquid in their mouth, bu the intent of the "smell test" is as a predictor of lung/blood alcohol, not a mint that could be construed to smell like schnapps. I got no ticket, so it seems I have no means to hold this cop accountable for breaking the law and jeopardizing my professional reputation. What's more, I've learned this cop is notorious for automatically giving sobriety tests without cause.
It is unclear what, if any, question you have here. You could certainly file a complaint with the police department...
Is it common for blood test to not be labeled or sealed while shipping to lab?
owi and use of dangerous weapon while being intoxicated. Samples only identified via paperwork
No, it is not. Labels and seals help establish chain of custody as well as integrity of sample. Absence, however, will...
Chances of getting Interlock devise removed early.
I was give 2 year suspension and 2 year iid for 3rd offense DUI. Before I was convicted I was given an administrative suspension of 6 months. This counted towards the 2 year suspension. Post conviction, now 18 months later I will get full driving privileges back - no longer restricted to Occupational license. However the iid remains for 6 months. My new job will have me travel to CA this summer. They will want me to have a rental. I believe I can't drive any car that has no iid. I've had the IID for 18 months of the 24. Is it worth while going to court and ask the iid requirement to be shortened now that I have my regular license back?
Given your history I doubt if you'll be successful. Speak to your attorney.
I recived a ticket for dui they did give me a court day to appear infont of a juge
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So, do you have a question about that?
Is it wrong for the judge to order an ignition interlock device when bac is <.15
This is a 1st owi with child under 16 b.a.c. was .14. Milwaukee county
I think you should be glad you're not in jail! Judges have wide latitude to order things like IIDs.
When you have a Wisconsin occupational license, for what purposes are you NOT allowed to drive?
The Wisconsin DMV website states "You may not use an occupational license for recreational purposes." How is "recreational" defined? Obviously you are allowed to go to school, work, church, grocery shopping, etc. (If you check all the boxes), but I'm standing up in a wedding. Is going bridesmaid dress shopping allowed, or going to a salon to get your hair done for the wedding, going to buy my husband a suit, etc? It is a responsibility... Or is that recreational?
The items you list should be fine. Attending a wedding shower at a tavern would not.