10/11 West Bend Police Crimes Update

A forty one year old man from West Bend is arrested for pointing a gun at  his son, while another man from West Bend is taken into custody for joking about holding up a local food store. According to Lieutenant Michael Hartwell  of the West Bend Police Department, the first case happened Monday afternoon just after three at the Deli Food Express on East Washington. A fifty two year old man entered the store and purchased some merchandise, he then told the clerk that this was going to be a robbery. The clerk said that was not funny, considering the hold-up at the Jackson Culvers on Sunday. The man laughed and said he was just kidding and left. The store clerk called police with a description. Police caught up with the man and arrested him on charges of disorderly conduct.  The second case took place Wednesday night at about eight forty on the city’s north east side. A forty one year old man who had been drinking was in a verbal argument with his son because he was upset that his daughter had moved out. The father pushed his son and yelled at him and then grabbed a gun and starting pointing it at his son. When police arrived, they arrested the man on charges of disorderly conduct being armed while intoxicated and second degree wreck less endangering safety.
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