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  Kohler Police Department Update –  Week ending 06-01-2019

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This past week, ALL Officers ….

  • Filled in for KPD Crossing Guard Lana Lensink, who was on vacation
  • Qualified with their handguns to the State mandated performance standard
  • Conducted Bike Safety day activities ( 50 attendees plus their parents – weather was not the greatest)
  • Continued “Click It or Ticket” seat belt enforcement

Officer Reinemann responded to a resident concerned that they heard a single gunshot.  It was later believed the sound was from a blown electrical transformer.

Officer Reinemann investigated an on-going littering complaint on Woodland Rd at the Highway 23 Bridge

Officer Sass assisted Sheboygan Falls Officers with an intoxicated male making suicidal statements.  The male became violent and force was used to take him into custody.

Officer Schmitz investigated a domestic incident at the Horse and Plow restaurant where an argument escalated into a disturbance where a lady threw a glass of water at her husband – and disturbed other guests present.  No arrests were necessary

Officer Schmitz responded to Deertrace where juveniles were yelling, jumping on cars and placing things in the exhaust pipe of other cars.  Officer Schmitz identified and warned several juveniles.  They apologized for their behavior and removed paper from the other car’s exhaust pipe.

Officer Sass responded to a resident who thought they heard “screaming” in a wooded area near their home.  Officer Sass checked the area and could not find anything. Based on past experiences in that area, Officer Sass felt it may have been the sound of a fox.

Officer Schmitz is investigating a matter where a resident believes they are missing items from their home over a period of time.  There are no signs of forced entry.

Officer Schmitz responded to the Target store at Deertrace where loss prevention personnel were reporting suspicious behavior by a guest.  The investigation is continuing.

Officer Reinemann responded to a residence where the owner was receiving explicit text messages from an unknown out of area number.  Officer Reinemann showed the owner how to block the number from their phone

Officer Gross and Officer Schoch assisted SCSD Deputies at a fatal rollover crash on I-43 north of Hwy 42.

Officer Sass stood by to assure the peace at a residence where an ex-girlfriend was removing personal items from the home

Officer Gross investigated a report of a possible domestic dispute where a woman reportedly jumped out of a car in front of the American Club.  Officer Gross located the party involved.  His investigation revealed an argument occurred, but no laws were broken and no police action was required.

Officer Schmitz responded to the Inn on Woodlake where 5 intoxicated males were causing a disturbance by being loud.  Officer Schmitz gained compliance – and warned the golfers from Toronto.  No further reports were received.

Bike Safety Day Coordinators –
Administrative Assistant Jodie Kuklinski
Community Resource Officer Matt Hocevar

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