KPD update for the week ending 05/18/2019
This week’s update compiled by Officer Chad Gross…
Officer Hocevar worked with school officials to investigate damage to a boy’s restroom at the pool. The responsible party was determined to be a juvenile student. Repairs will be made, restitution will be paid, and any discipline will be handled by the school.
Officer Reinemann responded to the Carriage House regarding a firearm found left behind in a guest room. The firearm was transported to the Kohler Police Department for safekeeping. The owner was notified and picked up the item from the police department.
Officer Schoch investigated a dog-at-large complaint. After speaking with the complainant as well as the dog owner, three warnings were issued. One for dog-at-large and two warnings for unlicensed dog.
Officer Gross assisted the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department (SCSD) with a four-vehicle injury crash on I-43 southbound at STH 23. Officer Gross was first on scene and was notified that the driver of one of the vehicles appeared to be experiencing an overdose. An off-duty officer stopped to assist at the scene of the crash and administered Naloxone (Narcan) to the driver. This party was ultimately arrested SCSD deputies for OWI and causing injury.
Officer Schoch responded to a disturbance at Buffalo Wild Wings. After investigating, two parties were issued citations. One party received a citation for disorderly conduct; the other party received a citation for battery.
Officer Schmitz initiated a traffic stop for a speed violation. The operator was issued citations for suspended registration, non-registration, and no insurance. A warning was issued for the speed violation.
Officer Schoch initiated a traffic stop for a suspended registration. The operator was issued citations for the suspended registration as well as for no insurance, no driver’s license 2nd offense (criminal) and a warning for no front plate.
Officer Schoch investigated the theft of a lawn ornament at a residence on Woodlake Rd. There are no suspects at this time.
- Special Note…This past week was National Police Week, a time to remember and reflect on those officers that have made the ultimate sacrifice while serving others. In particular, we remember Sheboygan Police Officer Theodore Husting, Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Lieutenant LeRoy Nennig and Manitowoc Police Officer Dale TenHaken. At the time that Dale was shot and killed in Manitowoc, he also served as a part time Kohler Police Officer.