9/24 West Bend Police Experience Quiet Weekend

It was fairly quiet weekend on the streets of West Bend as police are reporting just two criminal arrests. The first incident happened just after midnight on Sunday morning. Police stopped a car being driven by a man at the intersection of Green Tree and Wayne Road. Officers noticed that the car was being driven very erratically by a 42 year old man from West Bend. Officers stopped the man and questioned him. It was suspected he had been drinking. A field sobriety test was performed and he registered a point zero nine nine. He was cited for his first offense OWI and released into the custody of a friend. The second incident happened Sunday night at nine forty five on the city’s North East side. According to Lieutenant Michael Hartwell of the Police Department, a twenty nine year old man had just returned home from drinking at some bars. He got into an argument with his live-in girl friend and kicked out of the house. He then began breaking her personal items and threw several of them out over the balcony. Police arrived to talk and restrain him, but he struggled and refused to cooperate. He was eventually controlled and arrested for domestic dispute, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal damages to property.
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