A 42-inch flat screen TV and a video game system valued at $850 were taken from an apartment in the 4900 block of South Nicholson Avenue on July 23 in a nonforced entry burglary.
A single axle trailer valued at $2,000 was taken from a rear parking lot of PKD Professional Systems, 2100 E. Norse Ave., between Feb. 7 and June 3.
An $80 belt buckle, $275 in coins and $9,000 in jewelry were taken from a residence on the 3700 block of East Underwood Avenue between the entire month of May and June 21. An investigation determined that several of the items were later sold at a pawn shop on Mitchell Street. Police were seeking a 21-year-old woman in connection with the thefts.
Two electronic downriggers and a fish finder base valued at $1,100 were taken from a boat at Cudahy Self Storage, 4958 S. Whitnall Ave., between June 1 and July 16.
Police were seeking a 27-year-old Milwaukee woman in connection with the theft of a business check that was forged in the amount of $684 and cashed at PNC Bank, 6042 S. Packard Ave., on June 29. The woman is a former employee of the business from where the check was stolen.
Nine fishing-pole holders, two GPS fish finder units and two downriggers valued at $1,650 were taken from an aluminum boat stored in a fenced outdoor lot at Cudahy Self Storage, 4958 S. Whitnall Ave., between July 10 and 16.
Fishing poles and a tackle box valued at $850 were taken from an aluminum boat stored at Cudahy Self Storage, 4958 S. Whitnall Ave., between Jul 14 and 16.
A boat propeller, tackle box and boat cover valued at $465 were taken from a boat at Cudahy Self Storage, 4958 S. Whitnall Ave., between July 14 and 16.
An AM-FM radio and depth finder valued at $200 were taken from a boat at Cudahy Self Storage, 4958 S. Whitnall Ave., between July 14 and 16.
A GPS unit, boat anchor, two downriggers, a fish finder and tackle box valued at $970 were taken from a boat at Cudahy Self Storage, 4958 S. Whitnall Ave., between July 14-16.
A bicycle valued at $109 was taken from a backyard in the 4500 block of South Lake Drive on July 18.
A bicycle valued at $140 was taken from the front porch of a residence in the 3800 block of East Squire Avenue on July 20.
A car stereo and equalizer valued at $560 were taken from an unlocked car parked in the 3000 block of East Edgerton Avenue on July 21.
Approximately 125 gallons of diesel fuel valued at $700 were siphoned from a semitrailer truck parked in the 6000 block of South Ace Industrial Drive between July 23 and 25.
A car stereo, speakers, and an amplifier valued at $1,000 were taken from a vehicle parked on the 3800 block of East Klieforth Avenue during a break-in occurring on July 24 and 25.
A 47-year-old Cudahy man was arrested for battery after dragging a 28-year-old woman up the stairs by her hair and slamming her head against the wall three times in an apartment building in the 3700 block of East Edgerton Avenue on July 18.
A windshield was cracked on a vehicle parked behind Brother's Bar, 5142 S. Packard Ave., resulting in $300 damage on July 23.
Cudahy Police responded to four incidents involving domestic violence.
A digital media player and headphones valued at $245 and $22 in cash were taken from a purse at St. Francis High School, 4225 South Lake Drive, sometime between July 12 and 13.
Seven catalytic converters valued at $535 were taken from a basement of a residence in the 2600 block of Fifth Avenue on July 30.
A $300 digital camera was taken from the bedroom of a residence on the 3400 block of 18th Avenue on July 22.
A 57-year-old Cudahy man was arrested for drunken driving and having open intoxicants in a moving vehicle while driving on Nicholson Avenue just south of College Avenue on July 29.
A windshield valued at $400 was smashed while parked in the 500 block of Blake Avenue on July 21 and 22.
South Milwaukee Police responded to four incidents involving domestic violence.
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