Greenfield Crime

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Recent Crime News

  • Police Report: July 2, 2015 issue

    Tuesday Jun 23 | via Waukesha 

    A 24-year-old Waukesha woman is accused of stabbing her live-in boyfriend in the upper left forearm w After stabbing him, Kurnay L. Robinson Gray, 24, allegedly told him while still holding the knife, "when you mess with me, you get cut." Gray posted a $500 cash bond on June 30 and has been ordered to not have any violent contact with the victim, any contact at his residence and not to possess any knives, weapons or firearms.

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    Related Topix: Waukesha, WI, Fire, Greenfield, WI

  • woman accused of stabbing boyfriend: 'you mess with ...

    Monday Jun 22 | via Waukesha 

    While holding their 8-month-old baby, a 24-year-old Waukesha woman is accused of stabbing her live-in boyfriend in the upper left forearm inside an apartment on Monday, June 29. After stabbing him, Kurnay L. Robinson Gray, 24, allegedly told him while still holding the knife, "when you mess with me, you get cut." Gray posted a $500 cash bond on June 30 and has been ordered to not have any violent contact with the victim, any contact at his residence and not to possess any knives, weapons or firearms.

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    Related Topix: Waukesha, WI, Fire, Greenfield, WI

  • 's water application draws key support

    Monday Jun 22 | via Waukesha 

    Nonetheless, the city's application to obtain Lake Michigan water took a step forward last week when the state's Department of Natural Resources published an Environmental Impact Statement and Technical Review draft stating the application meets the requirements of the Great Lakes Compact. The DNR said in its review that Waukesha has no reasonable water supply alternative in the Mississippi River Basin, even with conservation of existing water supplies.

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    Related Topix: Waukesha, WI, Fire, Greenfield, WI

  • Several animals die in Waukesha house fire

    Monday Jun 22 | via Waukesha 

    A house fire in Waukesha caused significant damage to the single-family residence and resulted in several animal deaths on Tuesday, June 30. The damage is estimated at $95,000 and the fire and police departments are investigating a cause of the fire, Lt. Jim Haakensont said.

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    Related Topix: Waukesha, WI, Fire, Greenfield, WI

  • South Shore police report: May 14, 2015

    Monday Jun 15 | via Bay View 

    An unidentified man took $122 from Speedway, 4944 S. Packard Ave., at 12:57 a.m. April 30 after implying he was armed. Three unlocked vehicles along South Delaware Avenue were entered overnight April 30 or May 1. A pack of cigarettes and $8 in change were taken from a pickup truck in the 6200 block, while about $1 in change was taken from each of two vehicles in the 6000 block.

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    Related Topix: Cudahy, WI, Drugs, Greenfield, WI

  • Band of suspects arrested, accused of stealing mail,...

    Tuesday Jun 2 | via WISN-TV 

    For the second time in a month, police said they have broken up a traveling crew coming to Wisconsin to rip off banks using forged checks. A Milwaukee hotel room became a base for identity theft.

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    Related Topix: Milwaukee, WI, Greenfield, WI

Greenfield Law

What happens if you get driving after rev and you miss second court date?
revocation was because of a owi...(1st)
Since you probably did not have an attorney appear for you at that court date, since you're asking us, there was...
Why was my boyfriend not arrested hit and run when I have no interlock system on my car?
A while back my live in boyfriend drank some rum and look my car while I was sleeping. How received an OWI and was required to have the interlock system on his vehicle. He woke me up the next morning and told me crashed my car hitting a parked vehicle and left it. He wanted me to report it stolen. An officer came to my house not long after. He admitted to driving my car with out permission. The officer took his name and gave him a ticket for hit and run. He not even force to appear in court. Why was he not ticketed or arrested that day?
You'd have to ask the officer, or try obtaining a copy of an police report related to the hit & run charge.
My friend is not guilty of driving under influence, do I need a lawyer?
I drove a friend who was too drunk to drive; I tried to turn around and got the vehicle stuck in a ditch. My "friend" was yelling profanities and acting like a jerk, so I ran away, back to my car. I left the vehicle running, door open. I came back with my cell phone to get help, but they were gone! The next day I found out my friend is in jail, DUI. I thought they must have got the vehicle out and drove. Later found out they were picked up right where I left, soon after- there was no movement of the vehicle. There were other reasons also that I did not say anything sooner. Found guilty, now appealing.... I am feeling extremely guilty and ashamed, don't know what to do! I've tried to contact appeal attorney to confess, no response. Please help!
There was no movement in the vehicle but someone obviously drove there and the cops assumed it was your friend. Did...
So what do I do know? I bogus traffic ticket and an OWI.
The facts: I'm 30 yrs old, I have no criminal record. I have 1 speeding ticket. I've lived in this city for 10 yrs and have never been pulled over for anything. | I drove a drunk friend home safely. On my way to my home i got pulled over. Asked why i run a red light. I said i didnt. He asked did i have something 2 drink. I said yes 1 MIKES HARD LEMONADE (5% alcohol: 3hrs prior to driving). i was soo terrified (the media lately) that I was shaking. He accused me of doing crack. I said I've never. Took a sobriety test. he said i blew 1.5. Took blood test. Results came back negative for drug panels & ethenol. Went 2court. showd results. Plead not guilty. Pretrial conf.: she said "we cant just let this OWI go (why not?!). Rescheduled me 2 months from that day. I dnt have $, $$$ for a lawyer
I don't want to be that guy - but you really do need an attorney on this one. Try reaching out to family or others to...
How likely is it that charges will be dropped for having my sisters ID?/ how likely is it I could get my license no suspended?
I recently got an absolute sobriety citation. I blew a .05 but I'm 18 and under the legal drinking age (in Wisconsin). While the police were looking through my car/my bag they found my older sisters ID so I ended up with a $700 fine for that as well. I wasn't caught using her ID and the only proof they had that I might have used it were some receipts from bars. I told them I had borrowed her purse and she had forgotten to take her wallet out of it. I'm wondering how likely it is that I can get the citation for having her ID in my possessions dropped and I'm also wondering how likely it is that I will be able to go without a suspended license or how long my license will be suspended. Thank you so much for your feedback!
Hire an experienced lawyer in your area. He or she will be able to work with and through the system to get the best...
I was outside my car and inside a store when someone in the store called police and I was charged with a owi is this legal
I was getting direction for a friend to pick me up when the police was called I did not admit that I was driving. I refuse to answer any question and the field test.
If no one witnessed you driving, you should have a defense to the action. You are going to need to hire an attorney as...
I was subjected to a humiliating roadside sobriety test, which because of my profession could have ruined my career. 0.0% BAC
Abuse of authority, a lie and a clear violation of my constitutional rights to not have my person searched. He claimed a "strong odor of alcohol on my breath" which is clearly false. Numerous controlled studies show clearly that officers cannot detect alcohol on someone's breath even if the person is extremely intoxicated. They can detect a smell if the person just swallowed and still has some liquid in their mouth, bu the intent of the "smell test" is as a predictor of lung/blood alcohol, not a mint that could be construed to smell like schnapps. I got no ticket, so it seems I have no means to hold this cop accountable for breaking the law and jeopardizing my professional reputation. What's more, I've learned this cop is notorious for automatically giving sobriety tests without cause.
It is unclear what, if any, question you have here. You could certainly file a complaint with the police department...