People are doing stuff again! OMG! Please to enjoy the next installment of police blotter reports!


Motor vehicle prowl: 10 p.m., 12500 block of N.E. 132nd Court. A Kirkland woman reported that her 2003 Ford Focus was prowled sometime during the night. Entry was gained through an unlocked door. The vehicle was ransacked, however nothing was taken.

Malicious mischief: 9 p.m., 141 Park Lane. A Kirkland female reported that an unknown suspect broke a large flower pot at the Paisley Cupboard business on Park Lane.

Suspicious: A resident on the 8200 block of 122nd Ave. N.E. claimed her neighbor was videotaping her while she walked her dog.

Suspicious: A male subject was reportedly staring at a church on Sprague Street.

Disorderly: A male subject reportedly urinated on himself on University Way.


False reporting: 12:43 a.m., 123 5th Ave. A 26-year-old man came into the Kirkland Police Department to file a stolen vehicle report. The man initially attempted to file a stolen vehicle report the previous night, coincidentally three minutes after his vehicle collided with a concrete barrier on southbound 1-5 at Union Street. The three occupants of that vehicle fled the scene before Washington State Patrol arrived. The man was told four times that if he signed the Stolen Vehicle Signature Form and was lying, he could be arrested for false reporting. The man signed the form and an officer told the man that he would check his cell phone records and see what tower his phone was "pinging" off of when he made the initial report and he would be arrested for false reporting. The man then told the officer he didn't have insurance and that's why he ran so he was arrested for false reporting.

Questionable actions: 6 p.m., 11700 block N.E. 80th Street. A Kirkland man believes that a door-to-door magazine salesman may not produce the goods he purchased. His belief is based on research of the company after the fact, having found negative feedback about the company on the internet. The man is also upset that they cashed two checks the salesman agreed to hold two weeks since the man did not have sufficient funds to cover the checks. The salesman cashed the checks immediately, causing the man some fees.


Fire: A resident of the first block of Lakeshore Plaza contacted authorities after the top of a nearby tree began to smoke. He said the fire was the result of a crow taking a cigarette butt into the tree.

Sex offense: 8:45 p.m., 11900 block of 124th Ave. N.E. A dance studio reported an Asian male wearing baggy clothes exposed himself through the window at a dance class. The subject was not located. Officers advised the studio to install better curtains to prevent anyone from peering through.


Mental: An employee made a verbal threat to his wife while discussing divorce. He agreed to discuss the matter with a counselor. An officer transported the man to Overlake Hospital without incident.

Disorderly: Laurie A. Flessas, 55, of Brookfield was cited for disorderly conduct Sept. 19 for cutting a window screen on the home she owns with her estranged husband Robert A. Flessas at N28 W26946 Woodland Drive, and throwing items out of a bedroom window.


Disorderly: Police cited three men after a dispute at Dock of the Bay, N51 W34950 Wisconsin Ave., on Oct. 1.

According to the report, James Swan, 24, of 301 E. Wisconsin Ave., Village of Pewaukee, called police at 12:18 a.m. to report a man had just pointed a shotgun at him and threatened to shoot him. The man and another man then fled in a car, and Swan gave a description.

Police made a high-risk stop of the car on Highway P near Highway K but did not find any weapon, but instead a pool cue case. Police issued disorderly conduct citations to Swan and the occupants in the car, Dustin Debord, 25, of Ixonia, and James Goulet, 24, of Oconomowoc.

: A 15-year-old Okauchee boy was cited for disorderly conduct after chasing after a car on his bicycle while holding a stick.

A 16-year-old Town of Summit boy was driving on Road Q at about 3:40 p.m. Sept. 9 when the boy started to chase him and blocked the road, the report said.


Theft: Police cited Deborah F. Berg, 41, of 716 St. John's Drive, City of Delafield, on Oct. 7 for retail theft after she attempted to steal about $60 worth of items from Sentry, 3255 Golf Road.

According to the report, Berg attempted to steal hairspray, nail polish, shampoo, conditioner and barrettes.


Burglary: Someone broke into Our Savior's Wesleyan Church overnight Aug. 24 and 25 and stole several items. A window on the north side of the church was broken into, several rooms were ransacked, and several guitars, six microphones, a laptop computer, money and gas cards were all stolen. Police Chief Grant Turner said the department is looking for two people of interest, one a juvenile from the Town of Mukwonago who was reported missing right after the incident, the other an adult from the Village of Mukwonago.

On Aug. 26, officers went to an apartment in the village where the adult was staying and recovered the church's laptop, the guitars and the gas cards. While the burglars were in the church, they took the time to make leftover French toast sticks and sausage in the kitchen, the report states.

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Accident: A husband and wife, both driving mopeds, were both arrested for drunken driving after the woman crashed her moped in the roundabout Sept. 13.

According to the report, Cheryl Luck, 43, of 330 Oakwood Ave., City of Oconomowoc, was driving west on Wisconsin Avenue when she crashed the bike at about 5 p.m. Her husband, Randall Luck, 47, who was also riding a moped, came to her aid.

Police arrested Randall Luck for second-offense drunken driving and his wife for first-offense drunken driving, the report said. Randall Luck was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court and made his initial appearance Sept. 15.

Cheryl Luck was injured and was examined by Okauchee emergency medical technicians, but she refused treatment.