While their partners in law enforcement at the County Sheriff’s Department had a fairly busy weekend, officers with the West Bend Police Department experienced a rather light weekend of criminal incidents. Lieutenant Michael Hartwell reports that two Washington County residents were cited for retail theft in separate incidents Saturday. The first incident was at about 4 p.m. at the Kohl’s Department store on South Main Street. A 19-year-old West Bend man allegedly left the store with merchandise he didn’t pay for and was cited for retail theft. Later in the day at eight thirty pm, a 29-year-old woman from Slinger left Walmart, on West Paradise Drive, without paying for merchandise. Police arrived and cited the woman for retail theft. On Sunday night at nine forty five, police were sent to a home on the North East side on a report of a domestic disturbance and possible violence. When officers arrived they spoke with a 38 year old man and his 36 year old girlfriend about the incident. The man said his girlfriend, had a knife in her hand while they argued. Charges of disorderly conduct were referred to the Washington County District Attorney’s Office against the woman. The 38-year-old man was jailed for disorderly conduct after he fought with his girlfriend.