September 14th City of Greenfield
Police responded to a residence after a caller reported having issues with ghosts in his apartment. The caller stated the ghosts are not threatening, but he is frustrated because they do not say anything or have any purpose or reason for being there. The responding officer was unable to locate any ghosts inside the apartment.
September 22nd City of Oshkosh
Police responded to a report of a naked man taking an afternoon stroll near the Walgreens on Murdock.
September 21st City of Beaver Dam
A man called police from the movie theater to report he had fallen asleep while watching a film and when he woke up everyone was gone. The man needed someone to come to the theater and let him out so he would not set off the alarms.
September 3rd City of Greenfield
A resident called police to report he paid money to a telephone psychic to get rid of evil spirits but they are still there.
September 2nd City of Greenfield
Police received multiple 911 calls concerning a man in a convenience store slapping other customers with money.
September 22nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police responded to a report of a woman in the parking lot of Wal-Mart lying under a parked semi trailer. Responding officers discovered the woman was lying under the semi trailer because she was fighting with her boyfriend who was still inside the store.
September 11th City of Glendale
Officers were called to the Boston Store where a customer was caught in the act of stealing clothes off a mannequin.
September 19th City of Greenfield
Police received a report of somebody drawing swastikas with poop.
September 25th Brown County
Officers responded to a report of a theft of a 300 pound rock.
September 7th Town of Harrison
A man on Shepherd Lane called the Cellcom call center to complain and made the comment that he was going to the Cellcom store in Appleton and cut the sales representatives fingers off and send them to Cellcom. The man later apologized and said he was just kidding.
September 8th City of Greenfield
Police responded to a report of an elderly man who ate a large quantity of shrimp at Pick N Save and then refused to pay. According to police, there was not enough evidence to cite the man for theft, but he was told he would be cited for trespassing if he returned to the store.
September 25th City of Sheboygan
Police responded to a report of a young female screaming "help me!" as an older man was trying to get her into his car. Police discovered it was just a girl who didn't want her father taking her to school.
September 18th City of Greenfield
Police received a report of a man wandering around a neighborhood with a rifle. When police arrived, they located the man who did not have a rifle but was carrying an umbrella that looked like a sword.
September 13th City of Waukesha
A male was reportedly heard yelling that he was going to kill someone, cut them up, and throw their body in the Fox River. Police determined the argument was between the man, his sister and her boyfriend over the phone that was a result of the male moving out after an argument about the Green Bay Packers defeating the Chicago Bears.
September 21st City of Bayfield
A caller complained to police about a an ostrich running around his residence.
September 15th City of Greenfield
A caller reported hearing a female screaming in an unknown apartment in his building. A responding officer discovered the sound was coming from two people having a "tickle fight" near an open patio door.
September 16th City of Rice Lake
A landlord reported that after refunding a tenant their security deposit, the tenant returned to the apartment and stole the toilet.
September 8th City of Greenfield
A man called 911 to report he was overcharged for coffee and was "disrespected" by employees at a convenience store. An officer spoke to employees and it was determined the caller was charged the correct price for his coffee. The caller was also advised that even if he was overcharged for coffee it was not an emergency and hence, not a suitable reason to call 911.
September 11th City of Waukesha
A woman called police and said her boyfriend pinched her leg and then locked her out of their apartment after they had a disagreement over what type of music to listen to while driving home from a restaurant.
September 20th City of Greenfield
A manager at Olive Garden called police after a customer refused to leave the restaurant because his "grill," which he had wrapped up in a napkin, was accidentally thrown away by an employee.