May 28th Village of Ashwaubenon
The 34-year-old man fired several rounds through his garage wall. One bullet hit the window of a nearby apartment on Pilgrim Way. The man told police he had recently purchased a .380 caliber handgun with the intent to apply for a concealed carry permit. He said he didn’t know anything about guns but wanted to try it out before class.
May 29th City of Oshkosh
Police responded to a call from an employee of the Nails Plus Salon on South Koeller Street after a deer strolled in through the open front door, startling both the staff and customers.
May 12th City of Menasha
A woman reported that someone stole her Blessed Virgin Mary statue from the front of her apartment building. Family members checked the neighborhood, but there was no Virgin to be found.
May 24th City of Oak Creek
Police responded to a report of a goat at large. An officer found the goat nibbling grass and tied the goat to a stake in the ground at its residence and left a note for its owner, who was not at home at the time the goat escaped.
May 22nd City of Franklin
A caller reported the theft of $300 by a woman he invited into his residence. The caller told police he paid $300 to a woman he met at a local gentlemen’s club to dance for him at his home, and when she went outside to have a cigarette she left without dancing for him.
May 20th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report that her 18-year daughter is “acting up and throwing things and stole her mother’s cat.”
May 21st City of Waukesha
A caller reported “a verbal altercation with her brother … about toilet paper”. “They were advised, if they can’t get along, they need to not live together.
May 26th City of Wauwatosa
A 30-year-old man was taken to Froedtert Hospital to get stitches on his chin after he was tackled behind Longfellow Middle. The man and his friend were tossing a football around when another man whom they didn’t know asked if he could join in. After a few throws, he tackled the other man then punched him in the face. The two friends chased him until the suspect ran into traffic.
May 31st City of Shawano
A woman called 911 from a soccer game at Eberlein Park to report a man who always parks his vehicle on the wrong side of the barricades. The woman was informed that the 9-1-1 line is intended for emergencies and a person parking on the wrong side of a barricade at a children’s soccer game does not qualify as an emergency.
May 18th Town of Harrison
Police responded to a report of a mother on Easter Lily Drive who used orange traffic cones to block her street so her kids could ride their motorized vehicles on the road. The cones were removed and the mother was spoken to.
May 19th City of Chilton
Police received a report of a man in dark clothing laying on the sidewalk near the intersection of Irish Road and Calumet Street. Responding officers found there was no medical issue. The man was just lying in the middle of the sidewalk to get some sun.