Friday, March 23, 2012
David Steck has a history of disorderly conduct and trespassing charges for similar events to the one he allegedly took part in March 13 outside Greenfield's Hooters restaurant.
A 28-year-old Wauwatosa man with a history of inappropriate behavior has been charged with disorderly conduct in municipal court following a recent incident outside Hooters. David Steck, formerly of Greenfield, has a court date of April 25, after allegedly peering through the restaurant's windows and making a motion indicating he was masturbating March 13. According to the Greenfield police report, a Hooters employee caught Steck in the act, and Steck took off running from the scene. He was apprehended the next day, but the District Attorney's office decided against processing the complaint because no victim saw the suspect’s genitalia. According to police, Steck has been arrested and charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing several…
Thursday, March 22, 2012
A 28-year-old Wauwatosa man was arrested for lewd and lascivious behavior but was not charged by the District's Attorney's office. The same man pulled the same incident at Brookfield's Hooters in July.
A 28-year-old Wauwatosa man with a history of lewd and lascivious behavior was allegedly at it again outside Greenfield’s Hooters on March 13. What exactly it was depends on whom you ask. According to the Greenfield Police Department report, officers received a call from a Hooters employee at 10:30 p.m. to report a male wearing a black sweater, black jacket and a hat making inappropriate gestures outside of the business while looking into the restaurant’s main windows. The employee spotted the suspect while watching the parking lot for suspicious behavior and once outside, he saw the suspect with his hand near the front of his pants. The employee said he did not see the suspect’s genitalia but it did appear he was masturbating. When the …
Saturday, July 30, 2011
The man admitted to parking outside Hooters up to four times a week and engaging in indecent conduct in his car.
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- Lisa Sink
Saturday, July 30, 2011
A Greenfield man with a history of lewd and lacivious and disorderly conduct arrests was cited for prowling outside the Brookfield Hooters restaurant, police reports say. The 27-year-old man was arrested by Greenfield police in 2009 for prowling outside the Greenfield Hooters, 7700 W. Layton Ave., according to the reports. The manager of the Brookfield Hooters, 17105 W. Blue Mound Road, called police to report a suspicious vehicle could be stalking one of her employees. According to police reports: The manager said the red 2000 Honda Civic parks in the adjacent Bally Total Fitness parking lot between 9 and 10 p.m. every night. Officers conducted a traffic stop on the car about 10:15 p.m. Tuesday, after first finding the car unoccupied in …
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
The Common Council approved a letter of engagement with a Milwaukee-based law firm Tuesday.
In an effort to cover all its bases while attempting to recover money spent on a faulty roof at the Law Enforcement Center, the Greenfield Common Council unanimously agreed Tuesday to request the help of experts. At the suggestion of Director of Neighborhood Services Richard Sokol, the city will seek the consultation of the law firm Godfrey & Kahn, S.C. of Milwaukee. The roof has been leaking since the building was erected in 2007, according to a story by The Business Journal late last year. According to Sokol, the city has received offers from two insurance companies to settle the city’s claims in regards to the faulty roof, but is not ready to proceed. “We think we should get some outside counsel which has experience dealing with …
Friday, January 21, 2011
Bar/restaurant will have 50 televisions tuned to Sunday's NFC Championship game.
If you place your beverage down on one of the back tables at Romine's High Pockets during the big game Sunday, be ready to call, "Miller Lite, corner pocket." To accommodate an expected capacity crowd for Sunday's NFC Championship game between the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, Romine's will be converting a number of its 51 pool tables into food and drink tables as several hundred fans are expected to flock to one of the area's largest sports bars for one of the most anticipated NFL football games in recent history. "I think the game this Sunday will be the biggest one since the Super Bowl in '96," Romine's general manager Dave Dahle said. "I expect capacity for this game. The time is good. Two o'clock in the afternoon is good. The …