Silver Lake PD seeking info about boat motor theft

The Silver Lake Police Department has released the following statement:

The Silver Lake Police Department is asking for your help on information that could lead up to an arrest. On or about Friday September 28, 2012 unknown person or persons had stolen a 2007 Yamaha 75 HP boat motor model #F75TCR serial #62pl108985 from a pontoon boat that was hidden behind a storage shed in the 9300 block of CTH-B/296th Avenue. The motor is said to have a very noticeable scratch on the left side of the engine cover. Anyone with information is asked to contact the SLPD at 262-889-4455.



  1. No more Police says:

    It’s unfortunate that by next year the Silver Lake Police Department will have no one left. Most of the officers are already seeking new jobs because they know full well that once Salem Fire/Rescue comes into the village and the proposed Silver Lake Fire Department budget of almost $300,000 (an increase from $57,000) gets voted in, both Silver Lake Rescue and Silver Lake PD will be a thing of the past. However, by that time, the taxes will be so high, no one will be able to afford to live in the village anyways. So all those retired city of Kenosha fire fighters that just joined the department will have their full time cheif jobs, union pay and benefits, and only have to respond to 2 or 3 true fire calls a year. I hope the people of Silver Lake will be happy waiting for KSD and Salem to respond, not like it’s a big deal waiting 15 minutes for the ambulance to show up on scene when you’re having a heart attack, and that’s during good weather, or 25 to 30 minutes in bad weather. But hey, the village will be making big bucks with all the new fee’s like the new $150 first responder fee they are going to be charging to show up in that big shiny fire truck.

  2. uh huh says:

    Its a wonder to me how this stupid village still has a board. Spend money to redo the 6 spaces in front of village hall. At first it was supposed to be just a restripe, then it ended up being a pavement replacement. Like it mattered, no one goes there unless they work there.

    Spend some money on making the village a village again.

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