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Incident Report for Case #2018-83410

Incident Type

Arrested Person

Incident Date

03/07/2018 - 4:06 PM


4822 East Washington Avenue




William J. Breault, 18-year-old male of Mukwonago, Wisconsin
CHARGES: Disorderly Conduct, Resisting/Obstructing An Officer, Unlawful Trespass & Discharge Bodily Fluids At Public Safety Worker


On 3/7/2018, shortly after 12:30pm, officers were dispatched to the 4700 block of East Towne Boulevard reference a male subject, later identified as William J. Breault, acting suspicious.  Officers arrived, and were advised that Breault had just left the area in a white Mercedes Benz.  Bank staff stated Breault had entered the bank, and while touting a rather large annual salary, wanted to open an account with $25.00.  He left his identification with one teller, but then went back out to sit in his vehicle for 10 minutes. 

When he returned, he started to speak with a bank representative about his account options, but quickly jumped up to use the restroom facilities; where he engaged in a loud argument over the phone and could be overheard outside by employees of the building.  When Breault returned to the desk of the bank employee, holding three cups of coffee, he was advised that the institution would not be engaging in any business transaction(s) with him and that he needed to leave.  He was upset and made idle threats as he did leave under protest.
Just a few hours later, The Dane County 911 Center advised responding officers that there was a fight in progress at the Comfort Inn & Suites, and the suspect was physically engaged with staff and spitting on people.  Officers arrived and immediately started to deal with William Breault, who was uttering nonsensical vulgarities, flexing his chest/arms/fists, and refusing to comply with officers.  An electronic control device (Taser) was produced, and Breault ended up down on his knees in front of the hotel.  His behavior seemed to escalate further, and restraints had to be used to convey him to the Dane County Jail.  His personal attacks, on both first responders and individuals of the hotel, were never able to be explained.
PO Howard Payne

Released 03/09/2018 at 4:24 PM by P.O. Howard Payne

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