Falls Police Report

Justin W. Dempster, 24, of Sheboygan Falls was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct Wednesday, Oct. 6, in Sheboygan County Circuit Court.

The charges stem from an alleged domestic dispute Tuesday, Oct. 5, at a residence in the 300 block of Leavens Ave.

The Class B misdemeanor carries a fine of not more than $1,000, or imprisonment of not more than 90 days, or both, if convicted.

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Officers with the Sheboygan Falls Police Department issued a warning for loud noise to residents in the 600 block of Monroe Street last week.

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An adult female received a warning for sending harassing text messages in the 400 block of Madison Street.

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SFPD officers responded to a report of two suspicious adult males. The men were later identified as employees of repossession firm.

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Chad A. Johnson, 25, and Dayton S. Bender, 21, received citations for disorderly conduct, after urinating in public in the 600 block of Monroe Street.

*** Officers with the SFPD stood by to ensure peace during civil issue in the 500 block of Forest Boulevard.

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SFPD officers assisted the Kohler Police Department in locating an individual in the 600 block of Western Avenue.

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An 18 year-old female wanted on an arrest warrant was located and jailed in the 100 block of Amherst Avenue.

*** The SFPD received a report of possible Internet fraud in regard to a Craig’s List posting.

*** The SFPD is investigating a disorderly-conduct complaint in the 100 block of Amherst Avenue.

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Underage juvenile were referred to juvenile authorities for entry into a parked car and theft in the 200 block of Amherst Avenue.

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William E. Wise Jr., 45, of Port Washington was charged with four counts of second-degree reckless endangerment, felony attempting to flee or elude a traffic officer and misdemeanor bail jumping Monday, Oct. 4, in Sheboygan County Circuit Court.

The charges stem from a traffic incident on Giddings Avenue in the city of Sheboygan Falls on Saturday, Oct. 2, in which a Sheboygan Falls police officer attempted to pull over Wise for operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license.

As the officer pursued Wise’s vehicle with the emergency lights on, he fled from the officer at a high rate of speed, with four children and one other adult in the vehicle.

Each of the four Class G felony second degree reckless endangerment of a child charges carry a fine of not more than $25,000, or imprisonment of not more than 10 years, or both, if convicted.

The Class I felony attempting to flee or elude a traffic officer charge carries a fine of not more than $10,000, or imprisonment of not more than three years and six months, or both, if convicted.

The Class A misdemeanor bail jumping charge carries a fine of not more than $10,000, or imprisonment of not more than nine months, or both, if convicted.

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The Sheboygan Falls Rescue Department responded to the following emergency calls Oct. 4 through Oct. 11.

• 162 River Meadows for a medical emergency. • 244 Leavens Ave. for a medical assist. • 157 River Meadows for a medical emergency. • 1003 Broadway St. for a medical emergency.

• 12 Fond du Lac Ave. for a medical assist. • 320 Spring St. for a medical assist. • 144 Redtail for a medical assist. • 1012 Falls Parc for a medical emergency.


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