Hit-and-run crash

Mark Brian Yanke, 31, was cited for hit-and-run, failure to notify police of an accident, failure to maintain control of his vehicle and driving without insurance. Officers received a report at about 10:40 Feb. 10 of a suspicious male walking around Walmart, 411 Pewaukee Roadd. Officers interviewed Yanke at the station and think he fled the scene of an accident.


A woman called police Feb. 10 to report that she was contacted by a person who told her to send Walmart gift cards to an embassy in Barcelona to pay lawyer fees for her grandson. She said she sent $2,000 earlier at a Germantown Walmart. Officers told her to contact the Germantown police to file a report.


An anonymous caller told police on Feb. 11 that they saw graffiti at 111 Prospect Ave. Officers located the graffiti and took photos for a report.

ATV through ice

Pewaukee and Delafield first responders were called at about 11 p.m. Feb. 11 to West Lakeside Drive and Taylors Woods Road for a report of an ATV going through the ice on North Lake. Town of Delafield firefighters rescued four people from the water. Two were transported to Waukesha Memorial Hospital for possible hypothermia. Police and firefighters used ATVs and a hovercraft for the rescue.



Officers arrested a woman on suspicion of domestic battery at about 3 a.m. Feb. 12. Police received a 911 hangup call from a home in the 1100 block Colonial Drive. When they went to the home, they determined that the woman had attacked her husband during an argument. Her husband had facial injuries and there was a broken glass bowl and cup in the home. Police took the woman to the police department, and she was transported to the Waukesha County Jail. She has not been formally charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court.


Police arrested Justin T. McQuitter, 28, at about 11:45 p.m.Feb. 14 for unauthorized use of an individual's personal identifying information. Police pulled over a silver Pontiac Bonneville on north Highway 83, and the driver identified himself as Jarred McQuitter. Police found a hold placed on Jarred McQuitter, and he was on probation for a previous OWI. As police were taking him to the police department, the man admitted he was actually Justin McQuitter and had used his brother's information. Officers discovered that Justin had a warrant through Rock County. He was cited for driving with a suspended license. Justin McQuitter was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court with misdemeanor resisting or obstructing an officer.

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