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Holiday Guide, Public Safety
The North Shore Fire Department's "Keeping the Wreath Red" program begins Saturday, and is a time to promote additional awareness of fire safety.
Police & Fire
Former Sport 'n Cuts owner David Foley was convicted Thursday of producing videos of sexually abusing young boys.
A woman tells police that a man threatened to have his dog eat hers following a dispute on the Oak Leaf Trail.
Police say a man's brand new truck was defaced with a profane picture scratched into the hood last week.
Items from the files of the Shorewood Police Department over the previous week also include a liquor theft and a stolen bike.
Lock your doors, yes, but there's so much more you can do to protect your belongings and your neighborhood as criminals target Shorewood and the North Shore.
One person was apprehended and turned over to juvenile authorities; a second suspect remained at large Monday.
An increase in burglaries and car invasions has concerned police and residents, and so police are offering tips at a town hall-style meeting at 7 p.m. today.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation report on crime in the United States, includes data from Shorewood and most other communities in the state. See what kinds of violent crimes were reported here and how the village compares to others.
An attempt to cash a stolen check didn't fool a bank employee who paid close attention. Welcome to OMG PD.
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