When police confronted a Shorewood woman who walked into the police station at 2:57 a.m. on Sept. 28 to pick up an open records request for smelling of alcohol, she said, “I’m inebriated.”
The woman had driven to the station, police say, and refused to consent to a Breathalyzer test. She said no when a ride was offered, saying Shorewood police are pigs, according to the report.
The woman returned to her home via taxicab and wasn’t cited or arrested.
Also in the police reports:
- A 30-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested Sunday after police say he ran out of Walgreens, 4081 N. Oakland Ave., without paying for $211 worth of hygiene products. Police say the man pushed a retail employee on the way out of the store, but police were able to later locate the suspect in the 1800 block of East Jarvis Street.
- A car was reported broken into sometime overnight on Sept. 27 while parked in the 1700 block of East Menlo Boulevard. Police say a tool was used to punch through a door just below the keyhole and gain entry. A $30 wallet containing credit cards was taken.
- A 30-year-old Green Bay man was arrested Sept. 29 for drunken driving after initially being stopped for speeding in the 4000 block of North Wilson Drive. Police say the man smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech during the traffic stop. He failed field sobriety tests and registered a .11 blood alcohol content on the breath test.
- A $1,800 yellow Novara bicycle was reported stolen Sunday from a detached garage in the 1600 block of East Newton Avenue.