[caption id="attachment_1071" align="alignnone" width="300"] Greg Koepke[/caption] http://fox6now.com/2017/10/15/you-dont-know-when-youre-safe-anymore-family-reacts-after-car-stolen-from-garage/ [caption id="attachment_1072" align="alignnone" width="300"] MFNW FAN PAGE[/caption]
The majority of stolen vehicles reported to MFPD have had keys left inside-doors unlocked/MFPD is asking the public lock their vehicles and remove all valuables. The Police are conducting extra patrols in the targeted neighborhoods & educating citizens on crime prevention. Crime Alert- Vehicle Theft 10-13-17
Froedtert Senior Breakfast Series for Adults age 50+ TOPIC: Scams and Identity Theft Thursday November 9th, 2017 8:30am-10:30am Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Memorial Hospital Treiber Conference Center Cost $5.00 per person (pay at the door) Learn from an expert how to be on guard against identity theft and scamming attempts, especially those targeting seniors. Learn some of the more common threats an how to avoid them. To register for this informative seminar, call (414) 805-3666 or (800) 272-3666 Froedtert Breakfast Series - SCAMS and IDENTITY THEFT
The Menomonee Falls Police Department is investigating several thefts of vehicles from recent days, all of which involved unlocked doors and keys left in the vehicles. The thefts have not been limited to any particular area of the village, and all have occurred while cars were parked at the victims’ homes. What you can do: • Keep all doors and windows of your vehicle locked, even at home. • Do not keep the ignition key / electronic key (vehicles with keyless ignitions) in the vehicle. • Remove all valuables, including purses, wallets, money (even change), computers and cell phones, from your car when you park, even at home. • Park your car in a well-lit area, as close to your destination as possible. • Report suspicious activity when you see…
You are cordially invited to attend the Village of Menomonee Falls Rededication Ceremony of John Taylor Park on Sunday, August 6, 2017 at 12:00 P.M. August 6, 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of Patrolman John Taylor giving his life in service of our community. The ceremony will take place at John S. Taylor, Jr. Park located at N87 W16530 Appleton Avenue (between Mill Street and Garfield Drive).