Officer Sass located a pedestrian walking on Hwy 28 late at night. Due to safety concerns, Officer Sass provided the party a courtesy ride home.
Officer Gross and Officer Schoch responded to the intersection of Hwy Y and Hwy O for a three-vehicle crash with injuries. The Kohler officers arrived first and conducted traffic control while Sheriff’s deputies conducted the investigation, as the intersection is located outside the Village limits.
Officer Sass conducted a traffic stop on Hwy 28. The driver had a suspended license and an active arrest warrant for failure to pay child support. The driver was placed in jail.
Numerous officers responded to various false alarms at the Best Buy store (still under renovation following a fire) and at the new HomeGoods store which is under construction at Deer Trace Shopping Center.
Officer Schoch documented a fraud complaint at the Kohler Minit Mart where a suspect called the store and stated that they were from Western Union Corporate Security and wanted the clerk to key in specific information into the Western Union machine. The REAL Western Union Corporate Security is investigating.
Officer Schoch responded to Joanne Fabrics where a female tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill. The suspect left before the officer arrived.
Proactively: Officers made 37 traffic stops – which resulted in various warnings and citations being issued.