WAUWATOSA, WI — Wauwatosa police responded to multiple calls, including three people stealing infant clothes from Target, between March 6 and Thursday.
Here are some notable incidents from the Wauwatosa Police Department logs.
Three Arrested After Stealing Baby Clothes
Police arrested three people who were accused of stealing infant clothing from Target on the 3900 block of N. 124th Street on May 6, police logs showed. The group crashed their car after leading police on a chase, after an officer saw them drive away from the store.
Man Tries On Gold Chain And Ring, Runs Out Of Store
Officers responded after a man ran with stolen jewelry after he tried on a gold ring and necklace at Macy’s at 2500 N. Mayfair Road on May 6, police logs showed. The chain and ring were worth $2,600 together.
Citation For Wauwatosa Resident Who Threw Wood At Neighbor
Police gave a citation to a Wauwatosa woman after she threw two pieces of wood at her neighbor on the 2400 block of N. 69th Street on Tuesday, police logs showed.
Two Men Steal Metal From Yard In Box Truck
Two men stole steel from a manufacturer on the 3000 block of N. 114th Street on May 6, police logs showed. The thieves arrived in a box truck from a Michigan-based plumbing company without license plates.
Thief Uses Knife To Steal Tools From Van
A thief broke into a van and stole tools from it as it was parked in the Greek Orthodox Church parking lot on the 9400 block of W. Grantosa Drive on May 10, police logs showed. Police found a knife used to open the lock on the rear door.
Teen Arrested After Resisting Officer
Officers arrested a teen on May 6 for using a stolen credit card and for resisting an officer at Mayfair Mall, 2500 N. Mayfair Road, police logs showed.
Wauwatosa Woman Reports Her Kia Stolen
A Wauwatosa woman told police her Kia Optima was stolen as it was parked at the Christ King Parish, 2604 Swan Boulevard, on Wednesday, police logs showed.
Subaru Stolen, Recovered
A thief took a Wauwatosa man’s Subaru from his driveway with the keys inside on Wednesday night, police logs showed. Officers found the Subaru on Thursday morning with both of its license plates stolen.