Monday, May 20, 2013
The Wauwatosa resident was found passed out in his parents' bathroom after overdosing on heroin soon after being released from the House of Corrections.
A 23-year-old Wauwatosa resident is looking at his second offense of possession of narcotics in the past year after being found unconscious in his parent’s bathroom on May 2. Admir Ado Karabegovic was charged with his second offense of possession of narcotic drugs. If convicted, he faces up to seven and a half months in prison, up to $10,000 in fines and suspension of his drivers license for up to five years. Karabegovic was convicted of possession of narcotics with intent to manufacture or deliver back on March 5. According to the criminal complaint: A Wauwatosa police officer was called to the scene of a possible overdose. After talking to both of Karabegovic’s parents, the officer was told that Karabegovic was in the bathroom and his …
Monday, January 14, 2013
Family's run-ins with the law continue after two brothers came afoul of justice in 2008 and 2011, one of them dying in a hail of gunfire and the other nearly so.
A 40-year-old Wauwatosa man was arrested Thursday and has been charged with felony possession of narcotics after police were called about suspicious activity at the north end of the city dump. Robert Pekrun stands charged with possession of methamphetamine and another less-potent drug. A 30-year-old male relative from the same address – just north of the dump on North 113th Street – was arrested for possession of drug paraphernalia in the same incident. According to police reports, at 12:42 a.m., officers were sent to North 113th Street and West Gilbert Avenue after a caller reported a dark-colored van parked in the intersection, and a man with a flashlight walking into the dump. The first officer arrived to find the younger man loading …
Friday, April 13, 2012
Department agreed to participate in worthy environmental protection plan but ended up on the receiving end of a medicine cabinet-dumping free-for-all.
- POLICE & FIRE
- Jim Price
Friday, April 13, 2012
The Wauwatosa Police Department was deluged this week with residents dutifully turning in unused or outdated medications. That was exactly the intention of a program conceived by the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District, and signed on to by a dozen area police departments, to keep medicines from being flushed into Lake Michigan. Unfortunately, a notice published elsewhere about the program failed to include some important policies and guidelines, creating a migraine for the police and prompting them to ask that Patch please help remedy the situation. All drugs turned in needed to be individually marked as to their type, in separate containers, and with prescription and over-the-counter drugs further segregated. Instead, "We had people …
Friday, October 21, 2011
Suspect told officers it was "nothing" and tossed the bag on the floor.
A Wauwatosa driver had a baggie with remnants of marijuana on his passenger seat when he was pulled over on suspicion of driving with a revoked license, charges allege. James R. Keierleber, 46, was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court Tuesday with one count of second offense possession of THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. According to the criminal complaint: On Oct. 11, Brookfield police pulled Keierleber over in the 14800 block of West Capitol Drive on suspicion of driving with a revoked license. The officer said Keierleber smelled like intoxicants and Keierleber said he had drank some wine earlier that night. But Keierleber passed field sobriety tests, and officers told him they were going to issue him a citation for driving …