Police officers called the parents of two teenagers this week after catching the couple in the back of a parked van.
A boy and girl, both 16, were fully clothed but "making out in the back seat of the van," at 2:38 a.m. Sunday, according to a police call report. The van was pulled over on North Ave near Rockway Lane West.
Officers warned the teens about the city's curfew and called their parents.
In other police calls this week:
Graffiti: Badger Thermal Unlimited reported someone wrote "wolf gang" in purple spray paint on the back north side of the building sometime before April 20.
Road rage: A Grand Marquis cut off a Milwaukee County Transit System bus and the drivers exchanged "words" about 3 p.m. on N. 126th Street and W. Burleigh Road. The bus driver flagged down a passing officer who cited the car's driver with operating a vehicle after revocation.
Oops, my son did that: A burglary alarm sounded at the at 4:16 p.m. Monday. Library staff told police it was a false alarm. A young boy had opened a library door that lead outside to an open courtyard. There was a sign stating the door was not an exit. When the weather warms the sign is removed and courtyard access is allowed but not yet, staff said. The father said he counseled his son to not open the door.
Burning violation: A resident in the 1100 block of Sanctuary Court was warned about the city's open burning ordinance after someone complained at 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Theft: Stealing a pair of sunglasses from led to a municipal retail theft citation for a 19-year-old man Monday evening.
Test score blues: A student was depressed about his ACT test score and didn't want to get out of bed or go to school, prompting his mother to call police for help Monday morning. The 17-year-old man later agreed to get up and go.
BB shots: A homeowner in the 400 block of Leanore Lane said he found two windows shot with BBs — one window on Saturday and another on Sunday. The second one had the BB stuck in the window pane.
Vandalism: A truck was smeared with banana, ketchup was splattered on a driveway, a tree was toilet-papered and items from the truck were removed and strewn in a yard sometime between Saturday night and Sunday morning. The truck was parked outside a home in the 3300 block of Longview Court and a resident suspected an ex-girlfriend, asking police to talk to her.
Suspicious food: A patron at , 3705 N. 124th St, was treated at Elmbrook Memorial Hospital for nausea after saying he felt sick after eating a concrete mixer ice cream treat at Culvers about 2 p.m. Sunday. The patron, a 32-year-old Wauwatosa man, told police he believed the treat may have contained cleaning agents because "it tasted like chlorine or bleach and (my) throat was burning." The manager said the restaurant does not have either of those chemicals on site and that no one else complained about the ice cream from a machine that had been used that day since 10 a.m. Police told the patron it was not a criminal matter.
Underage drinking: Police responding to , 14035 W. Capitol Dr., at 11:42 p.m. Saturday found a juvenile passed out on the ground in the parking lot. Officers cited three juveniles for underage drinking, including one whose parents had reported him as a runaway earlier that day, and a 21-year-old was cited for procuring alcohol for minors.