Lookup Warrants and Arrests in West Allis, Wisconsin. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

West Allis Wisconsin Police Station Address: 11301 W Lincoln Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53227, United States


1 day ago
A West Allis Police Detective was the lead investigator on this case. West Allis Investigators and West Allis SWAT assisted with taking down this drug operation yesterday, but this complex and lengthy investigation was a great collaborative… https://t.co/im7QAwuZte

1 day ago
CAAD’s Tuesday Night in the Park is canceled for tonight due to weather. Join CAAD next Tuesday and the rest of the summer… https://t.co/NLAQLadazX

2 days ago
Help Assist WAPD – Theft:

We are trying to identify the subject in the attached photos in reference to a theft at a business around 108th & National.

Subject is described as a black male. He was observed… https://t.co/QSUd3dBseh

6 days ago
We continue to think about our brothers and sisters at the Milwaukee Police Department along with the families of the officers involved in the tragic traffic crash last week that took the life of Officer… https://t.co/WsYUa03nOS

6 days ago
We continue to think about our brothers and sisters at the Milwaukee Police Department along with the families of the officers involved in the tragic traffic crash last week that took the life of Officer… https://t.co/A868sNVd6T

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West Allis Police Department3 hours ago

*** Update *** Help Assist WAPD – Theft of Dog *** Update ***

The stolen dog was recovered by the Milwaukee Police Department (District #3) last night and reunited with its owner. Thanks MPD!

*** Original ***

We are trying to identify the subject who stole a dog from a business around 83rd & Lincoln.

The dog is a white Tea Cup Maltese and is valued at about $1300.

The subject who took the dog is described a Hispanic male, about 23-27 years of age, about 5’8″ tall, medium build, and last seen wearing a black hat, black shirt, black shirt, and dark khaki pants

If you know the subject(s) or anything related to this
investigation, please contact Detective Lori Belli of the West Allis Police Department at (414) 302-8094 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (414) 476-CASH.

WAPD case 18-20631.

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West Allis Police Department1 day ago

A West Allis Police Detective was the lead investigator on this case. West Allis Investigators and West Allis SWAT assisted with taking down this drug operation yesterday, but this complex and lengthy investigation was a great collaborative effort by federal, state, and local officials.

Great job to all involved!

West Allis Police Department

West Allis Police Department2 days ago

Help Assist WAPD – Theft of Dog:

We are trying to identify the subject who stole a dog from a business around 83rd & Lincoln.

The dog is a white Tea Cup Maltese and is valued at about $1300.

The subject who took the dog is described a Hispanic male, about 23-27 years of age, about 5’8″ tall, medium build, and last seen wearing a black hat, black shirt, black shirt, and dark khaki pants

If you know the subject(s) or anything related to this
investigation, please contact Detective Lori Belli of the West Allis Police Department at (414) 302-8094 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (414) 476-CASH.

WAPD case 18-20631.

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West Allis Police Department added 2 new photos.2 days ago

Help Assist WAPD – Theft:

We are trying to identify the subject in the attached photos in reference to a theft at a business around 108th & National.

Subject is described as a black male. He was observed in an older model tan/gold Yukon.

If you know the subject(s) or anything related to this
investigation, please contact the West Allis Police Department at (414) 302-8000 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (414) 476-CASH.

WAPD case 18-21457.

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West Allis Police Department6 days ago

We continue to think about our brothers and sisters at the Milwaukee Police Department along with the families of the officers involved in the tragic traffic crash last week that took the life of Officer Charles Irvine Jr.

While some members of the West Allis Police Department will be attending Officer Irvine’s funeral and participating in the funeral procession on Saturday, June 16th, our Department will also be helping to block traffic on Miller Park Way for the funeral procession.

Please take note that West Allis PD, West Milwaukee PD, Greenfield PD, and Milwaukee PD will be closing all southbound lanes of traffic on Miller Park Way between approximately 2:30pm to 5:00pm. This closure will start at the I-94 interchange and continue south to W. Lincoln Av. Once the procession travels through this portion of Miller Park Way, the procession will continue eastbound on W. Lincoln Av. Traffic will be able to travel northbound from points north of W. Lincoln Av., but no traffic will be able to travel on or through the southbound lanes of Miller Park Way.

We understand this will be an inconvenience and request you make plans to travel on other roadways to avoid any traffic issues. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

West Allis Police Department

West Allis Police Department6 days ago

We continue to think about our brothers and sisters at the Milwaukee Police Department along with the families of the officers involved in the tragic traffic crash last week that took the life of Officer Charles Irvine Jr.

The West Allis Police Department Honor Guard and other members of the Department will be be attending Officer Irvine’s funeral and participating in the funeral procession on Saturday to pay our respects.

The West Allis Police Department wants to thank the BP Gas Station at 10731 W. Oklahoma Av., and manager, Mohammed, for donating car washes for squad cars involved in the funeral procession for Officer Irvine. Mohammed believes it is important that everyone helps to honor this fallen officer.

It is wonderful to have community partners like BP Gas Stations and Mohammad helping out during this tragedy to help ensure proper respect for Officer Irvine.