Greenfield Crime

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  • burglar tackled by village president after 7-hour ma...

    Wednesday Feb 25 | via Greendale 

    Village President John Hermes said there wasn't much time to think as a suspected burglar ran toward him after a seven-hour police manhunt in the village center. "It still seems like a blur to me," Hermes said.

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  • police report: Feb. 19, 2015 issue

    Wednesday Feb 18 | via Greenfield 

    A caller reported someone stole multiple CDs out of her son's vehicle while it was parked in the 9000 block of West Bottsford Avenue at 10:15 a.m. Feb. 13. A man reported someone stole prescription medications out of his unlocked vehicle while he was inside Cousins Subs, 7495 W. Layton Ave., on Feb. 13. Officers investigating a report of a suspicious, occupied vehicle parked in a no parking area in the 5900 block of South 32nd Street arrested a man for possession of marijuana and resisting arrest at about 11:30 p.m. Feb. 12. Two female juveniles inside the vehicle were also cited for a curfew violation.

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  • 2 men charged in string of robberies

    Tuesday Feb 10 | via Channel3000 

    Twenty-nine-year-old Govanni Martinez and 43-year-old Matthew Stehr are accused of robbing a McDonald's and Subway in Milwaukee, as well as two Burger King locations in Greenfield, between Jan. 16 and 23. The men are charged with multiple counts of robbery, and both of them waived their preliminary hearing on Friday. Authorities said Martinez implied he had a concealed weapon as he demanded cash from restaurant employees, while Stehr acted as the getaway driver in each robbery.

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  • 2 Men Charged in String of Robberies in Milwaukee Area

    Tuesday Feb 10 | via WSAW 

    Twenty-nine-year-old Govanni Martinez and 43-year-old Matthew Stehr are accused of robbing a McDonald's and Subway in Milwaukee, as well as two Burger King locations in Greenfield, between Jan. 16 and 23. The men are charged with multiple counts of robbery, and both of them waived their preliminary hearing on Friday. Authorities say Martinez implied he had a concealed weapon as he demanded cash from restaurant employees, while Stehr acted as the getaway driver in each robbery.

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  • 2 men charged in string of south side fast-food robb...

    Monday Feb 9 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal 

    Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues.

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  • police report: Feb. 5, 2015 issue

    Thursday Feb 5 | via Greenfield 

    An employee at Romine's, 6125 S. 27th St., was arrested for credit card theft/fraud after its owner reported the employee made fraudulent charges on customers' credit cards at about 5 p.m. Jan. 29. Four tires were reported stolen off a vehicle parked in the 3400 block of West Lynndale Avenue at 8:25 a.m. Jan. 27. A caller reported someone stole a sewer grate from the alley in the 3600 block of South 35th Street between 2:15 and 2:45 p.m. Jan. 27. The caller also told police they had security cameras and captured the incident on video.

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Greenfield Law

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...
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...
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.
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.
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.
What happens if one misses 2 calls (3am/did not hear the phone/asleep) and answers the 3rd while on SCRAMx? My friend is on SCRAMx and he missed 2 calls around 3am because he did not hear the phone ring. He frantically ran and answered the third call and CO from Franklin Huber asked him where he was and why he missed the calls. My friend explained the situation and CO says it is "fine for now." My friend did not drink or violated SCRAMx rule in any other way. Is it really OK or will he be taken back into custody/Huber during his next download meeting? Thoughts and answers are greatly appreciated!
It doesn't sounds like there's an issue here. The CO said he wasn't concerned, and you've given no reason to come to...