Caledonia — Weekly BlotterCaledonian police reported that they could not confirm the May 18 report that the geese were sprayed with pepper, or the drunken claim that “the car or camper in Cliffside Park had an explosive device.”
May 18, 9:50 am Diak Creek Subdivision: “Anonymous callers said they saw a social media post about someone admitting a pepper spray goose attacking their family. Same as a poster living in the neighborhood. I checked the neighborhood for the subject of the name-failed. None of the Canadian, Brandt, Snow, or Pekin geese were offensive or distressed. “
May 18, 4:45 pm Olympia Brown Elementary, 21155½ Mile Road: “Staff responded to the school about the teacher’s vehicle, where the catalytic converter was shut off while the teacher was teaching. Evidence was recovered on-site and an investigation is underway.”
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May 18th, 11:00 pm Loan Elm Drive 6800 Block: “The resident called for an occupied vehicle parked outside his place of residence. The subject in the car did not respond to the resident when the light hit. Police arrived, investigated, and arrested 43 years old. A male out-of-state sex offender in Georgia was registered with OWI as the first offense and set blood alcohol levels to 0.20.
“During detention, subjects began to speculate that their car or camper had an explosive device. Cliffside Park.. With his remarks, the Racine County Sheriff’s Office was contacted about Cliffside Park, and the Milwaukee County Bomb Squad was contacted and checked both using an explosive-trained K-9. No signs of explosives were found. The subject was handed over to prison officials on multiple charges. “
May 20, 12:40 am At the intersection of Highway K and Carroll Road: “I observed the vehicle driving beyond the limit at 45 mph. However, I tried to stop, but the vehicle headed north on Interstate 94, He did not surrender until the highway G off-ramp. The driver was detained by OWI as the first offense. “
May 21, 10:55 pm At the intersection of Three Mile Road and LaSalle Street: “The vehicle stopped due to a traffic violation and there was a strong smell of narcotics. Subject admitted that he had consumed the narcotics in the vehicle. I found a hidden handgun. A 22-year-old man from Racine, a vehicle operator, was detained for having a hidden weapon. “
May 24, 11:40 am Shooters Sports Center, 4900 Six Mile Road: “Employees advised that they were disqualified from possessing a gun because the shooting at the shooting range was probably Ferron. As a result of the investigation, the subject had a pistol and a rifle. He was convicted of Ferron. He was arrested and imprisoned. “
In total from May 18 to 24, CPD reported 113 traffic outages, 10 collisions, 4 OWI arrests, 3 for the first violation and 1 for the third. did.