August 6th Town of New Holstein
Officers responded to a noise complaint near Fur Farm Road. The owner told police she was playing the radio loudly to keep the raccoons out of her corn field. While she wanted to keep playing the radio to ward off the raccoons, she agreed to turn it down.
August 11th City of Waukesha
Police responded to a call from a woman who was upset because someone had written on her car window. The woman was able to remove the writing without any damage to the vehicle. The message written on the window read “douche learn how to park”.
August 12th City of Waukesha
A man called police and reported his ex-girlfriend was drunk and trying to “maliciously” grab his testicles.
August 15th City of Waukesha
Officers responded to a report of teenage boys yelling obscenities and chasing turkeys with shovels.
August 16th City of Wauwatosa
A Powell Place resident reported someone stole his box of catheters.
August 19th City of Beaver Dam
An East Davis Street resident reported that their neighbor had put an old sofa on the curb for garbage pick-up and now there was a man passed out on it.
August 21st City of Shawano
Police responded to a report of two girls near Zion church acting “giddy”. According to the caller, the two girls have been “giddy” "for the last half hour". So "Something must be wrong with them."
August 21st City of Wisconsin Rapids
An employee at Copp’s called police to report that a man wearing a stocking cap had dropped his pants in the meat department.
August 20th City of La Crosse
An officer was about to stop a black SUV after noticing a burned out headlamp when the driver pulled into the parking lot outside police headquarters. The driver told the officer she had picked up her husband on Island Street and wanted to drop him off because he was "talking stupidly". The husband was arrested for two outstanding warrants. His wife received a warning for the headlight.