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Milwaukee Police Department
06/02/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Let’s keep our city safe. ‪Abide by the curfew and don’t participate in civil unrest. ‬

Milwaukee Police Department
06/02/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Chief Morales thanks all of the men and women of our agency for their dedication as they prepare for another night of civil unrest.

Milwaukee Police Department
06/02/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Reckless driving during civil unrest only results in injury.

Abide by the curfew, stay home and abide by the curfew.

Milwaukee Police Department
06/02/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Due to the declared state of emergency, the Milwaukee Police Department will enforce the city-wide curfew promulgated by Mayor Tom Barrett. The curfew will be in effect between 9:00 p.m. on Monday, June 1, 2020, and end at 5:30 a.m., on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

In order to keep our city safe, we are requesting voluntary compliance from all of our residents and protestors. If found in violation of this curfew, individuals will be arrested and cited $691.00.

Milwaukee Police Department
06/01/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Investigators with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Milwaukee Field Office within the Chicago Field Division and the Milwaukee Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in locating these persons of interest involved in the arson of the Walgreens Pharmacy at 2826 North Martin Luther King Drive in Milwaukee. Looting of the store took place at 12:37 am and a fire was reported at 12:57 am, Saturday morning, May 30.

Anyone having information about this incident should contact ATF at 1-888-ATF-TIPS (888-283-8477). Individuals may also email [email protected], or contact ATF through its website at www.atf.gov/contact/atf-tips. Tips may also be submitted to ATF using the Reportit® app, available on both Google Play and the apple App Store, or by visiting www.reportit.com. You can also contact the Milwaukee Police Department at (414) 935-7360.

Milwaukee Police Department
06/01/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Due to the declared state of emergency, the Milwaukee Police Department will enforce the city-wide curfew promulgated by Mayor Tom Barrett. The curfew will be in effect between 9:00 p.m. on Monday, June 1, 2020, and end at 5:30 a.m., on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.

In order to keep our city safe, we are requesting voluntary compliance from all of our residents and protestors. If found in violation of this curfew, individuals will be arrested and cited $691.00.

06/01/2020

Captain Lough would like to thank Chicken Palace for dropping off some of their delicious chicken for our Officers yesterday. We greatly appreciate it. Thank you for your support.

Milwaukee Police Department
06/01/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

Due to the declared state of emergency, the Milwaukee Police Department will enforce the extended city-wide curfew promulgated by Mayor Tom Barrett. The curfew will be in effect between 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 31, 2020, and end at 7:00 a.m., on Monday, June 1, 2020.

In order to keep our city safe, we are requesting voluntary compliance from all of our residents and protestors. If found in violation of this curfew, individuals will be arrested and cited $691.00.

Milwaukee Police Department
05/31/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

***Update: Sunday, May 31, 2020 ***

The reported missing person, Steven PIETRUSZYNSKI, has been located. Thank you all for your assistance.

The Milwaukee Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in locating a critical missing subject, Steven Pietruszynski. Pietruszynski was last seen on Saturday, May 30, 2020, at approximately 2:00 p.m., on the 6700 block of S. 17th St. He left on foot and is described as a white male, 48 years old, 6'03", 190 pounds, brown/gray hair and beard. He was possibly wearing a black hooded sweatshirt with red/white logo on the front, blue jeans and a black beanie cap. Anyone with information is asked to call Milwaukee Police at (414) 935-7401.

Milwaukee Police Department
05/31/2020

Milwaukee Police Department

MPD will enforce the Mayor’s proclamation

Due to the declared state of emergency, the Milwaukee Police Department will enforce the city-wide curfew promulgated by Mayor Tom Barrett. The curfew will be in effect between 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 30, 2020, and end at 7:00 a.m., on Sunday, May 31, 2020.

The individuals who are exempt from this order are “citizens who are going to work, government officials, social service workers, and credentialed members of the press acting in their official capacity.”

In order to keep our city safe, we are requesting voluntary compliance from all of our residents and protestors. If found in violation of this curfew, individuals will be arrested and fined $691.00.

Good Morning Community. Please continue to utilize all the resources that Milwaukee has to offer during this pandemic. T...
05/29/2020
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Good Morning Community. Please continue to utilize all the resources that Milwaukee has to offer during this pandemic. Take care and stay safe. #community #Weareinthistogether

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05/28/2020
Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police Department

Starting Friday, May 29, 2020, the Milwaukee Police Department will feature a long term missing person on a social media post every two weeks to inform the community that we are still looking for that person and he or she has not been forgotten. A long term missing person is identified as a person that has been missing for over 90 days.

MPD hopes that the post can lead us to someone that may know the whereabouts of the missing person and reunite them with their loved ones that are concerned for them.

MPD requests the public’s assistance in sharing the post and contacting Milwaukee Police Sensitive Crimes Division at (414) 935-7401 with any information.

Thank you for your assistance!

To those who courageously gave their lives and those who bravely fight today. We honor you. Thank you 🇺🇸
05/25/2020

To those who courageously gave their lives and those who bravely fight today. We honor you. Thank you 🇺🇸

05/23/2020
Milwaukee Police Department

Milwaukee Police Department

Although COVID-19 has changed the way we interact with one another during this season, we are still able to participate in healthy activities. Watch Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent Keith Posley and Police Chief Alfonso Morales as they discuss how we can still participate in outdoor activities during this time of year. Please remember to practice social distancing, wear your mask, wash your hands frequently, and most importantly have fun.

Last week we received a special meal from our friends at Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center, Inc. Thank you so much f...
05/21/2020

Last week we received a special meal from our friends at Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center, Inc. Thank you so much for the delicious homemade Indian tacos. We appreciate you and thank you for your support. We are very grateful for what you do for the community. #GLIIHC #Community

PLEASE SHARE - STRONG ARM ROBBERY SUSPECT WANTEDMilwaukee Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying a...
05/21/2020

PLEASE SHARE - STRONG ARM ROBBERY SUSPECT WANTED

Milwaukee Police are requesting the public’s assistance in identifying and locating the suspect wanted for a Strong Arm Robbery to a business. The incident occurred on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, at approximately 10:07 AM, at 959 W. Lincoln Ave (Speedway Gas station).

The suspect entered the store to use the bathroom and to purchase cigarettes. The suspect demanded the cashier to open to the cash register. The Suspect then reached over the counter and removed the cash from the register. Suspect then placed money in a gray plastic bag and fled southbound on South 9th Pl.

The suspect is described as a white male, Early 30’s, Black-hooded sweatshirt W/ gray arms and hood, (red letters along the front, possibly says "Badgers" in red, round logo on left sleeve), black face mask, light-colored plaid pajama pants.

Anyone with any information regarding this incident can contact the Milwaukee Police Department at (414) 935-7360, or call Milwaukee Crime Stoppers at (414) 224-TIPS.

05/20/2020

Si tiene alguna pregunta despues de ver el video, por favor comunicarse con el Oficial Acevedo y Oficial Contreras al numero 414-935-7222.

05/20/2020

The Milwaukee Police Department District Two will provide crime statistics of our area. If you have any questions after the video, please contact District Two CLO Officer Acevedo or Officer Contreras at 414-935-7228. Thank you.

We like to thank Yolaniz, the manager at Burger King located on 14th Burnham. Yolaniz dropped off some delicious breakfa...
05/20/2020

We like to thank Yolaniz, the manager at Burger King located on 14th Burnham. Yolaniz dropped off some delicious breakfast sandwiches for our Officers to enjoy. Thank you. 😊 🍔 👑 😋

Southside Organizing Center
05/20/2020
Southside Organizing Center

Southside Organizing Center

Looking for help with food? This interactive map lists sites confirmed by Hunger Task Force that provide emergency food safely to children or adults. If you have little or no food, visit a food pantry.

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¿Busca ayuda con la comida? Este mapa interactivo enumera los sitios confirmados por Hunger Task Force que proporcionan alimentos de emergencia de manera segura a niños o adultos. Si tiene poca o ninguna comida, visite una despensa de alimentos.

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05/19/2020

UPDATE - West Lincoln Avenue Project

The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) will conduct a high impact paving project on W. Lincoln Ave. from S. 35th St. to S. 43rd St. beginning Wednesday, May 20. The proposed schedule is as follows*.

Eastbound traffic: Lincoln Ave. will be fully closed at 51st Street with access to Lincoln Ave. businesses via the 43rd St. intersection.

Lincoln Avenue businesses, the Drop Off Center and Tow Lot can only be accessed by taking a right from northbound 43rd St. to eastbound Lincoln Ave.

Westbound traffic: Lincoln Ave. will be fully closed at 35th St.

North-southbound traffic will be maintained on 35th St.

The project is anticipated to be completed in one-day. The contractor will mill (remove) the existing pavement and resurface it with asphalt.

*All work is weather dependent and subject to change.

Parking will not be permitted within the construction limits.

This project will affect MCTS bus service. Route 53 (Lincoln Ave) will detour via Burnham Street. Details and updates can be found at www.ridemcts.com.

Thank you Chuck E. Cheese for dropping off your delicious 🍕 🍕 🍕 last week Friday. We appreciate you and your support! Pi...
05/19/2020

Thank you Chuck E. Cheese for dropping off your delicious 🍕 🍕 🍕 last week Friday. We appreciate you and your support! Pizzas were great! #ChuckECheese #ThankYou #SupportLocalBusiness #Southside #MPD #DistrictTwo

05/18/2020

Our guest speaker for Wednesdays meeting is going to be Jessica Muñoz. Jessica is the District Two Community Advocate will talk about what services and programs Sojourner Family Peace Center has to offer especially though out this pandemic. Don't forget to tune in at 6:00 PM.

05/18/2020

🚨 District Two’s Crime & Safety meeting will be aired via Facebook on Wednesday, May 20th at 6:00 PM

05/18/2020

DPW PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT

The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) will conduct a high impact paving project on South 9th Street from West National Avenue to West Virginia Street on Wednesday, May 20th, weather permitting. All work is weather dependent and subject to change.

This one-day project includes milling (removing) the existing pavement and resurfacing the roadway with asphalt. South 9th Street will be closed to traffic starting at 6:00 a.m. and will re-open to traffic once the pavement markings are done. East-westbound traffic will be maintained on West National Avenue. Parking will not be permitted within the construction limits.

.If you have any questions regarding this work, please contact the Project Engineer Sammy Rahman at (414) 708-0645. DPW appreciates your patience during this project, and advises the traveling public to allow for extra time while traveling to and from this neighborhood.

DPW PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENTThe City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works  (DPW) will conduct a high impact paving projec...
05/18/2020
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DPW PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT

The City of Milwaukee Department of Public Works (DPW) will conduct a high impact paving project on W. Lincoln Ave. from S. 35th St. to S. 43rd St. beginning today, May 18th. The project will take place over two days and the proposed schedule is as follows:

Today, May 18: The contractor will close West Lincoln Avenue to mill (remove) the existing pavement throughout the entire length of the project. Short-term closures at S. 43rd St. will occur while the intersection is milled. Following the milling operation, crews will resurface W. Lincoln Ave. from S. 35th St. to the railroad tracks. The roadway will re-open to traffic once operations are complete.

Wednesday, May 20: Starting at 6:00 a.m., the contractor will close W. Lincoln Ave. from the railroad tracks (just west of the City Drop Off Center) to S. 51st St. to resurface the remaining roadway with asphalt. The intersection of S. 43rd St. will be closed. Access to the Drop Off Center will be maintained from S. 35th St. Once pavement markings are done, this segment of Lincoln Ave will re-open to traffic.

*All work is weather dependent and subject to change.

North-southbound traffic will be maintained on S. 35th St. both days. Local access to businesses will be maintained. Parking will not be permitted within the construction limits.

This project will affect MCTS bus service. Route 53 (Lincoln Ave) will detour via Burnham Street. Details and updates can be found at www.ridemcts.com.

If you have any questions regarding this work, please contact the Project Engineer Sammy Rahman at (414) 708-0645. DPW appreciates your patience during this project, and advises the traveling public to use alternate routes and allow for extra time while traveling to and from this neighborhood.

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05/17/2020
El Conquistador Latino Newspaper

Great idea El Conquistador Latino Newspaper!

Hello Readers,

With many students not getting the opportunity to walk on stage and graduate, El Conquistador Latino Newspaper will be accepting pictures of local students and featuring them in the newspaper FREE of charge.

Please send us the name of your student, school name, and grade the student is graduating.

Please email your photos to
[email protected]
Subject: Attention school photos.

Or you can stop by our office, and we will scan your photo while we wait.

Thank you.

Victor Huyke
Publisher

On behalf of Captain Lough, we like to give a big thanks to Chicken Palace Fiesta Garibaldi for taking care of all the O...
05/15/2020

On behalf of Captain Lough, we like to give a big thanks to Chicken Palace Fiesta Garibaldi for taking care of all the Officers and our front office staff at District Two. We appreciate your support. Gracias! 🌮😋👮🏽‍♂️ #ChickenPalace #SupportLocal #NationalPoliceWeek

Thank you MOVIDA for the delicious noodles you dropped off yesterday. Our officers really enjoyed it! 😋 #NationalPoliceW...
05/14/2020

Thank you MOVIDA for the delicious noodles you dropped off yesterday. Our officers really enjoyed it! 😋 #NationalPoliceWeek #MovidaMke #DistrictTwo #MPD

District 2 would like to thank Jimmy John's for dropping off the awesome subs yesterday.  It was greatly appreciated.  T...
05/14/2020

District 2 would like to thank Jimmy John's for dropping off the awesome subs yesterday. It was greatly appreciated. Thank you for your kindness and support.

05/13/2020
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee

Gracias Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee!

TIEMPO DE CUENTOS: ¡Qué mucha sabiduría tienen nuestros abuelos! Aquí un bonito cuento para recordarnos de esos dichos y refranes que dicen nuestros abuelos.

Disfrute de "¡Qué Cosas Dice mi Abuela!" de Ana Galán, leído por la Sra. Aracelis con permiso de Scholastic Parents.

Taco Tuesday was great yesterday!! Thank you to The Laughing Taco for dropping of some delicious 🌮 🌮 🌮 We appreciate you...
05/13/2020

Taco Tuesday was great yesterday!! Thank you to The Laughing Taco for dropping of some delicious 🌮 🌮 🌮 We appreciate you. #NationalPoliceWeek #LaughingTacoMke

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245 W. Lincoln Ave.
Milwaukee, WI
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Please do not use this page to report a crime or request an officer. Contact MPD at (414) 933-4444. Nunca debe usar esta pagina para denunciar un delito o pedir la presencia de la policia. En aquellos casos, hay que llamar al 414-933-4444. TERM OF USE District Two Facebook presence is used to communicate items of interest to the community and highlight the men and women of our district, our activities and special events. As the owner of this site, District Two reserves the right to monitor and control all content. We welcome your comments, however comments of derogatory nature may be removed at the sole discretion of District Two. Comments containing innappropriate language or obscenity and those with harassing or threatening language will be removed and the user banned. Inappropriate posts may be reported as abuse under Facebook's terms of service.

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According to the law, spitting on someone is considered to be an offence of battery, under the common assault category of the Criminal Justice Act 1988. Is this true? If so a mother a who slapped her oldest son of age should’ve been incarcerated as well, even if she slapped him after him degrading her, stepping to her face and spitting at her? That’s his mother and he’s under her roof being disrespectful being a bad role model. He started the assault he’s a man stepping to his mother/women who was abused by men why would it be wrong for her not to feel threatened by his selfish actions towards a single mother of 5 kids. It’s wrong to assault someone but when your threatened of your personal space and being talked down on then spit at its wrong period especially a man to women/mother! If you get loud then spit at a cop what is that??? During this time with virus you would think that spitting and invading someone’s personal space is a very bad thing atm anyone would feel threatened‼️
Should people be reporting gatherings? Our building had a ton of parties this weekend. What restrictions are being enforced and how?
Friday February 21st I was arrested for asking two question to a city worker. Friday the 21st. I was going to McDonald's to get coffee around 5 a.m. I notice to city worker parking attendants giving out parking tickets. So I started it to document exercising the Free Press and by recording on the sidewalk the city worker asked me. What was I doing? I respond. To hell I am recording sir. I asked him. Can I get your name? He tells me no! And he is not going to give me his name. So I walked away to the second city worker. Me and the second city worker. Had a good conversation. She identify herself and she identified the second public servant his name and tells that he was her Lead And that she was on training. I told her thank you. We spoke about a minute. It was a very good conversation. I was walking away passing the second city worker. He was still recording me and tells me keep f****** walking. So I tell him sir. You do not have the right to tell me to keep walking. He started to call 911. I was still recording. And I can hear what he was saying to 911. He told them that I was. Harassing threatening and following though. The officers drove up officer Hayes approached me and asked me what happened. I tell him. I am exercising my constitutional right? And I tell him what happened. Then I asked officer Hayes am I being detained or am I free to go officer Hayes tells me. No, I am not the detain. and yes. I am free to go. I started to walk away when officer Benitez asks officer Hayes. Did he get my ID officer Hayes Tells officer Benitez no officer Benitez runs and catch up with me. Put his hands. On me stop me from freely travel by force Tells me. That I have to give him my ID. I tell him Wisconsin is not a stop and identify state. Officer Benitez tells me he is doing an investigation. I tell him do you want to see the video to see what really happened. Officer Benitez tells me no I'm under arrest for failure to identify. I tell him failure to identify is a secondary charge. And ask him what am I being charged with he tells me disorderly conduct I tell officer Benitez sir, you need to investigate I did not commit. No crime officer Benitez He tells me. If I give him my name I will be free to go. I tell him no. Then he pursue to arrest me for asking two question and for exercising my constitutional right Free Press. Video of the whole incident will be coming soon. Waiting for my lawyer to release it...
Milwaukee police deputy makes racist comment on interracial couple relationship status 👀😬😔
Thank you to the officer/officers who stayed in the Cermak parking lot around 10pm tonight. Your attention to detail is amazing. I appreciate you.
This am around 10 am while walking my dog near kozy park between 7th and 10th street 2 seperate cars pulled to the curb asking if i wanted to purchase drugs.
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Great time at Polishfest! Thank you Officer for taking time for a photo! Sorry I didn't catch your name... Thank YOU all District 2!
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Shout out to the officers who responded to the abandoned pup situation this Am in Kozy park.
Bilal Markis, the Founder of Miracle Comeback Clothing line (MCL) contacted Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) thanking HNNUSA for featuring the story of his son with our Latino and surrounding communities, confirming that the article has been shared in 30 countries. We at HNNUSA are overwhelmed by Malkis acknowledgement and his success to continue inspiring others and sharing our featured article published in 2010. Article link: https://bit.ly/2LtQJBp
Dashcam Recorded today at 10am Skip to 4:15 on the video. (Ignore video time & date stamp)