Madison man arrested for 4th OWI

Brian Ptasienski, 45, of Madison, was charged Monday with operating while intoxicated-fourth offense.

Ptasienski was arrested after a Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department deputy stopped to speak to him after seeing him standing outside a vehicle on Highway 50 near Highway 45 in Bristol. The hazard lights on the vehicle were on, and Ptasienski said the clutch on the vehicle went out, according to the criminal complaint.

The deputy believed Ptasienski appeared to be intoxicated and asked him to take a field sobriety test, which he failed. The complaint states he had three previous OWI convictions, the most recent in 2011.

Kenosha man throws knife at woman

Reymundo Flores, Jr., 42, of Kenosha, was charged Monday with second-degree recklessly endangering safety and disorderly conduct after he allegedly threw a knife at a woman at his home Sunday, striking her in the face.

According to the complaint, Flores was angry because he had demanded the woman cook for him, and when she gave him chicken parmesan, he did not think it was hot enough. The woman fled the house after he threw the knife.

Racine man arrested for THC possession

Kevin Hatley, 33, of Racine, was charged Monday with possession of THC with intent to deliver.

According to a criminal complaint, Hatley is alleged to have had 22 grams of marijuana in 16 individual packages hidden in his pants when questioned by police during a traffic stop.

According to the complaint, a Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department deputy searched people in a vehicle after a traffic stop on the 2100 block of Alford Park Drive March 22 because the deputy smelled marijuana in the vehicle after speaking to the driver.

Vandalism reported at local business

A passerby called Kenosha Police at about 10 a.m. Sunday after noticing a damaged vehicle in the parking lot of Petite Auto Sales, 3427 60th Street. A vehicle parked on the lot had a smashed rear window. The owner of the lot said the vehicle had not been damaged when the business closed the day before, saying it appeared to be an act of vandalism.

Daughter, boyfriend forced to leave father’s home

A 21-year-old man called Kenosha Police at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, saying his girlfriend’s father attacked him.

The man said he was having sex with his 19-year-old girlfriend in the girl’s home on the 1700 block of 70th Avenue when her father burst into the room and began beating him up. The father told police he had simply pounded on the door and demanded that the couple get their things and leave the house.

Because there was no damage to the bedroom door, nothing disturbed in the room, and the 21-year-old had no visible injuries, police thought the father’s story seemed more likely. The 21-year-old and 19-year-old gathered their things and left the house. No complaint was filed.

Theft of Amazon packages reported on 10th Avenue

A resident of the 4600 block of 10th Avenue called Kenosha Police at about 4 p.m. Sunday to report that someone had opened packages that had been left on her porch from an Amazon delivery, scattering the contents of the packages in her yard.

A portable basketball hoop was also missing, and a children’s playhouse and small storage shed in the yard had been dismantled. The basketball hoop was found in a neighbor’s driveway.