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


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Help Assist WAPD – Thefts:

We are trying to identify the subject in the attached photos in reference to a theft… https://t.co/hQTJ2DE7J9

1 day ago
Scam Alert Again… “Checking the Sewer System”

In November 2017, we posted:

One of our elderly citizens who… https://t.co/udHilTIuLj

3 days ago
Reminder: Neighborhood Partnership Meeting
Wednesday, January 31
6:00 – 8:00 pm

On Wednesday, January 31st, the… https://t.co/40ziVxsBqY

4 days ago
Thanks to the West Allis Auto Club and The Nostalgia Car Club who recently made a donation to WAPD’s K-9… https://t.co/9hXlm6MZvI

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Help Assist WAPD – Thefts:

We are trying to identify the subjects in the attached photos in regards to several… https://t.co/vBTIStIkp0

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West Allis Police Department added 4 new photos.11 hours ago

Help Assist WAPD – Thefts:

We are trying to identify the subject in the attached photos in reference to a theft at a business around 108th & Cleveland as well as thefts at several other stores in southeastern Wisconsin.

Subject is described as male, black, in his 50’s, bald, glasses, gray goatee, 5’8″ tall, 180 lbs, wearing a black trench coat and blue jeans. The subject has been known to travel in a silver 4-door vehicle.

If you know the subject(s) or anything related to this
investigation, please contact Detective Wroblewski of the West Allis Police Department at (414) 302-8081 or remain anonymous by calling Crime Stoppers at (414) 476-CASH.

WAPD case 17-50199.

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West Allis Police Department1 day ago

Scam Alert Again… “Checking the Sewer System”

In November 2017, we posted:

One of our elderly citizens who lives in the area of 92nd and Lincoln recently reported that a male subject rang the doorbell and told the citizen he had to check the sewer system. The citizen led the male into the basement and ran the water in the sanitary tub for about 20 minutes at the request of the male. The male then left abruptly. It was determined that while the citizen was in the basement, at last one other subject entered the residence and stole valuables from the main level of the residence.

The male subject who initiated contact with the citizen is described as a white male, 50-55 years of age, about 5’10” tall, about 200-220 pounds. The male did not have any identification to indicate he was associated with a utility company.

The incident occurred at about 11:40 am.

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We recently learned of a very similar incident that occurred on January 15th, at about 1pm, in the area of 108th & Becher. In this case, the male subject was unable to lure the elderly citizen into the basement because of the citizen’s health and the male eventually left. Nothing is believed to have been stolen at this time.

The male subject who initiated contact with this citizen is described as a white male, about 50 years of age, about 5’09” tall, medium build. He was wearing a blue shirt, work jacket, baseball cap, and baggy jeans. He was driving an older brown pickup truck. Another individual was in the vehicle, but there is no description of this person at this time. The male subject did not have any identification to indicate he was associated with a utility company.

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As we mentioned, unfortunately, we periodically receive reports of similar incidents from citizens.

Remember, legitimate utility workers generally drive vehicles with utility company markings that are familiar to you and legitimate workers usually wear identification and/or clothing with company markings that are familiar to you (i.e., “WE Energies,” “City of West Allis”). Additionally, utility companies often provide advance notice when they have to make a visit to your residence or they visit your residence at your request. An unexpected visit by a utility worker should be considered unusual. Don’t let people in your house unless you are completely comfortable with who they are and why they are at your residence. If you are unsure, tell the utility worker to wait outside and call the utility company to verify they sent a worker to your residence (and call the utility company using a phone number you have, not one provided by the utility worker). You can also call your local police department if you believe the utility worker is attempting to scam you or commit a crime.

Please watch out for your elderly family members, friends, and neighbors. Report suspicious activity to the police.

In reference to the recent incident that occurred in West Allis, 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 cases 17-47470 & 18-1815.

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West Allis Police Department3 days ago

Help Assist WAPD – Theft:

We are trying to identify the subject in the attached photo in reference to the recent theft of computer equipment from the West Allis-West Milwaukee School District, 1200 S. 70 St.

Subject is described as a white female with dyed red hair, wearing a long black coat, pink scarf, and carrying a black purse.

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 cases 18-1353.

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West Allis Police Department3 days ago

Reminder: Neighborhood Partnership Meeting
Wednesday, January 31
6:00 – 8:00 pm

On Wednesday, January 31st, the West Allis Police Department will be hosting their quarterly Neighborhood Partnership Meeting. Neighborhood Partnership Meetings have been extremely valuable in addressing neighborhood concerns, while updating citizens on current law enforcement issues, crime trends, and challenges that impact our quality of life. Presenters will include Chief Patrick Mitchell, Deputy Chief Chris Botsch, and Deputy Chief Robert Fletcher.

This meeting will be held at West Allis Police Department – Satellite Station.

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West Allis Police Department4 days ago

Thanks to the West Allis Auto Club and The Nostalgia Car Club who recently made a donation to WAPD’s K-9 Program. The donation was made in remembrance of Bruce & Lorna Hollander. Bruce and Lorna were long time residents of West Allis, were members of both car clubs, and were supporters of WAPD.

Thanks! We appreciate the support!

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West Allis Police Department added 5 new photos.1 week ago

Help Assist WAPD – Thefts:

We are trying to identify the subjects in the attached photos in regards to several thefts at a business around 76th & Lincoln.

Subject #1 described as a black male in his 30’s, about 6’00” tall, stocky build.

Subject #2 described as a black male in his 30’s, about 5’07” tall, thin build.

Subjects were operating an approximate 1996 model Pontiac Bonneville with no plates.

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 cases 17-50599 & 17-50859.

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West Allis Police Department added 3 new photos.1 week ago

Help Assist WAPD – Theft:

We are trying to identify the subjects in the attached photos in regards to a theft of about $1500 in perfume from a business around 108th & Cleveland.

Subject #1 described as black male in his early 20’s, skinny, taller, wearing a gray and maroon striped winter hat, baggy blue jeans, black boots and a black jacket.

Subject #2 described as white male in his 50’s, wearing a green winter jacket, a Green Bay Packers hat, dark jeans, and black shoes.

Subject #3 described as black male in his 50’s, wearing a black winter jacket, dark pants, and black rimmed glasses. He was using a silver cane.

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 18-1076.