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feb 8th


February 3rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called 911 and reported people were threatening him, but he wouldn't give his address because he needed to go get a pizza first. The man said he couldn't go to the Police Department because he hadn't eaten all day and needed pizza. When a dispatcher told him to call back after he had eaten and not use 911, the man began swearing and calling the dispatcher names.

February 1st City of Waukesha
A man reported cigarette butts missing from his apartment. The man told police he believed someone took the cigarette butts to possibly frame him for a crime.

December 10th Village of Oregon
A 75-year-old man called the police and reported repeated threats due to his research on government conspiracies, which he said often upsets people. The man said he was delivered a package and because he had gotten them in the past he knew it would contain a plastic duck. The man said he sent a similar package he recently received to a postal inspector in Florida to have him look over. The man just wanted the incident documented, and said he did not know who has been sending him plastic ducks.

January 29th City of Waukesha
A resident notified police they believed a domestic disturbance was going on at an apartment and thought the woman that lived there was being abused. Responding officers discovered the man who lived there was alone and simply watching "Galavant," a musical comedy television show.

February 3rd City of Marshfield
Police were called after a woman was attempting to park her car when she mistook the windshield wiper control for the drive shifter and drove into a fence.

January 30th City of Waukesha
A security guard saw a vehicle in the parking lot of a car dealership with a sign in the window that read "this car is going to be BOMBED". Police found only a small canister on the floor in the backseat that turned out to be an air freshener. It was believed an employee placed the note in the window just so no one would enter the vehicle. 

January 31st City of Waukesha
A woman called police after a man attempted to crawl into her window because she wouldn't answer her door. The man said he tried to enter the house because he wanted his slippers. The woman ended up giving the slippers to the man, who was advised by police on his behavior.
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feb 1st

January 6th Village of Jackson
Officers were dispatched to a local factory regarding an employee who, after being terminated, caused a disturbance. A supervisor told police they informed the man he was being terminated because of his vulgar language in front of other employees, including repeatedly saying “mother****er” in the break room. The man reacted by using various versions of the f-word, such as “f*** this”, “mother ****ers”, and “f*** this place”. He was warned that the police would be called if he didn’t calm down; the man replied, not surprisingly, “F*** the police”.

January 19th City of Waukesha
A caller reported her apartment was entered and her cellphone was stolen. However, later in the day the phone was found in the refrigerator mixed in with some tomatoes.

January 17th City of Menasha
A female on First Street called police because she wanted her boyfriend removed from their home because he locked himself in a room and would not talk to her. The woman said her boyfriend had a new contact number in his phone and he would not explain why he was friends with the 22-year-old female. The boyfriend said he locked himself in the room to get away from the woman until she sobers up.

January 16th City of Waukesha
A caller told police he found a bullet inside his vehicle. The man told officers that two weeks earlier, he had noticed a hole in the roof of his car, but at the time didn't think much about it, assuming that someone who didn't like him had drilled a hole in it.

January 19th City of Greenfield
Someone defecated in the children's playhouse inside the Public Library. A library employee told police they believe it was done intentionally by an adult due to the size of the feces.

January 20th Village of Germantown
Police responded to Pro Health Care after an employee called to report a woman was acting erratically inside the clinic. The woman was reportedly talking with a puppet on her hand and lifting up her shirt. The woman left the clinic before police arrived and ended up in the lobby at the Police Department, where she complained of abdominal pain.

January 31st City of Green Bay
Police responded to a disturbance were a man wielding a fishing rod was threatening a man defending himself with a baseball bat.

January 20th City of Waukesha
A caller felt it was suspicious a plastic bag was near the fire hydrant. The caller said the bag was there for a day. Police said there was nothing suspicious as it was simply a trash bag. Officers responded to the scene and discarded the bag.

January 21st City of Waukesha
A caller reported a vehicle has been circling a business for the past 15 to 20 minutes. Employees of a nearby business were afraid to leave with the vehicle driving around. Police talked with the driver who was just playing a game on his phone that required him to pick out certain landmarks around the city. The driver was advised and moved along and the employees were escorted to their vehicles.

January 17th Village of Jackson
A woman told police that she received a text message reading: “Could you lower the noise. It is pretty disturbing and my son is asking if you’re hurt”. Police traced the sender who told them she meant to send the message to her upstairs neighbor. She told police she was just trying to tactfully address the neighbor’s intense romantic vocalizations during sex.

January 16th Village of Jackson
A West Bend man called the police and reported that his 52-year-old estranged wife called him from her Jackson workplace. The conversation was along the lines of, “You’re a f***ing a**hole” and “I hope you have another stroke and this time it either kills or paralyzes you”. After being warned, she told the officer that she had nothing further to say to her husband.

January 28th City of Sheboygan
Police responded to a call from somebody at the Mead Library. A man accused a teenager of throwing something at his car. The teen denied throwing anything. However, according to police, the man "wigged out".
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jan 18th

January 14th Wisconsin Dells
A vegan woman called the police and reported that a friend tricked her into eating a strip of bacon. The friend justified his actions by stating that he was tired of her "constantly talking about how great being a vegan was." No charges are being pressed as the woman discovered she greatly enjoyed the taste.

January 7th Village of Germantown
Police responded to a residence after a caller reported loud noises coming from his neighbor's house at about 7pm. Police spoke to the neighbor, who said he was just singing along to Pearl Jam. He was told about the complaint and agreed to use headphones. Police responded to the residence again about an hour later after another neighbor reported someone was yelling loudly inside the home. They headphones didn't make the singing along to Pearl Jam any quieter.

December 29th Town of Menasha
A 66-year-old man on Easy Street was cited for damage to property after he had gotten into an argument with another man that was plowing snow at a residence as he believed that the snow was being pushed too close to his home and potentially causing damage. The man yelled at the plow driver and pounded on his truck causing a dent.

January 7th City of Franklin
A 23-year-old man was taken into custody after he allegedly exposed his penis to employees at a bakery. It was reportedly no long john.

January 5th City of Franklin
Two 22-year-old men and a 21-year-old man were taken into custody for disorderly conduct after they smashed a gallon of milk, threw an egg and opened packages of Gummy Savers and ate them in Walmart.

January 9th City of Brookfield
A woman called police to report that while she was going up to receive communion at St. Dominic’s Catholic Church somebody stole her purse.

December 30th City of Menomonee Falls
Police and emergency personnel responded to a house fire. The fire reportedly started after the homeowner cleaned out his fireplace and placed the hot ashes in a garbage bag full of Christmas wrapping paper.

January 1st City of Waukesha
A caller reported juveniles were "up to no good" with one of them lying underneath a pickup truck in an underground parking garage. Responding officers found six 13-year-old girls playing hide-and-seek.

January 3rd City of Waukesha
A caller reported their neighbors were being loud. The people in the apartment were just upset over the Green Bay Packers losing to the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday Night Football. Police determined the noise wasn't excessive considering the circumstances.


January 14th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An anonymous caller told police that a man wearing flannel was “walking on water” by the boat landing.

January 14th City of Beaver Dam
Someone on North Spring Street notified police that they witnessed a man and woman who were arguing about ice cream.

December 1st City of Verona
Police were called to rescue a plastic, light-up Santa Claus lawn decoration from a basketball hoop.

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jan 11th


January 7th City of Sheboygan
Police received a report of a man on 7th Street who had taken off his shoes and much of his clothing and was walking southbound in a snowsuit with his pants on his head.

December 23rd City of Menasha
A man on Racine Street reported to police that he got punched in the mouth for no reason. After talking to the man further, he admitted it was more like a slap than a punch. Eventually, the man admitted that it was more of a shove than a slap. According to police, there was no visible injury from the shove. The officer made contact with a man at the residence who stated the caller showed up intoxicated and was trying to pick a fight but nobody wanted anything to do with him so the caller was sent on his way.

December 27th City of Waukesha
A 14-year-old girl called police and reported that while she was home with three other children having a slumber party and someone was banging on her parents' garage door. Responding officers found it was the fathers of the children at the house who were trying to scare them. Both fathers were intoxicated and not very cooperative with officers.

December 28th City of Whitefish Bay
A 40-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct after he sprayed a neighbor with pepper spray because the neighbor blew some snow in his yard.

December 25th City of Menasha
Officers were called to a 2nd Street residence to investigate a loud music complaint between two roommates. The male party was intoxicated and wanted to dance to loud music, while the female wanted to just watch TV. Officers worked to find a solution for more than 20 minutes until male suddenly said that he wanted to leave for the night and called his brother to pick him up.

December 26th City of Waukesha
A caller thought a driver was intoxicated after seeing a slow moving vehicle up on the curb that had been swerving all over the road before striking the curb. Police found the woman was not impaired and that her slow and erratic driving was simply because she was looking at Christmas lights she had never seen before.
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dec 22nd 2015


December 20th Village of Brown Deer
An 82-year-old woman called police requesting an officer  because she says she heard someone chanting, "ISIS is good, ISIS is great" while they were having sex. Police advised the woman to call back if she heard the chanting again. When later asked about the incident, Brown Deer Police Chief Mike Kass replied, "maybe we’re taking see something, say something a little too far?"

December 2nd Town of Menasha
A resident on East Shady Lane called police for assistance in speaking with his adult son about hygiene issues as he does not wash his clothes or bathe very frequently.

December 3rd City of Waukesha
A caller who was eating in her car with her children in the parking lot of Culver's told police she witnessed a couple engaged in oral sex. The female in question called the responding officer that after getting into an argument with her boyfriend while in their vehicle she made up with him by "hugging his lap" before going into the restaurant.

December 14th Village of Jackson
A 28-year-old man called police and reported that earlier in the day his wife became upset when she found a receipt for condoms and a teddy bear in his possession. The man told police his wife was now drunk, angry and throwing baby socks at him.

December 1st City of Menasha
A 15-year-old boy was given a kitten by his girlfriend, but found his older sister is allergic to cats and he then gave the cat to another person. The boy later found out that his girlfriend wanted the cat back and asked for police assistance in retrieving it. Contact was made with the person who now had the cat and he reluctantly said he would return the cat.

December 5th City of Menasha
Two men on Plank Road were in a confrontation involving much pushing and shoving during a celebration of their uncle's life.
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dec 7th 2015


November 20th City of Germantown
Police responded to the Fed-Ex Office Print Shop after an employee reported a female came into the business and complained about someone stealing her eyebrows.

October 29 City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police to report his wife was throwing spaghetti, and soaked the phone in the spaghetti.

November 20th City of Waukesha
A resident called police and reported seeing a suspicious male dressed in all black clothing stopped in front of his house and move around his leaves with a pitchfork. A search by police failed to locate the man.

November 21st City of Oak Creek
A female was taken into custody for domestic violence/disorderly conduct after she punched her mother in the arm repeatedly while her mother was driving her to work. The woman allegedly started punching her mother because she forgot her work at home, and she blamed her mother for allowing her to forget it.

November 10th City of Waukesha
A woman, who had been drinking vodka from a water bottle in the tanning room for two hours, was given a cab ride home from Sun Tan City.

November 14th City of Waukesha
Staff at Marco's Pizza called police to report a man called the business 33 times offering to sell them marijuana. Police left a message on the man's phone telling him not to contact Marco's unless he actually wanted to order food.

November 23rd City of Oshkosh
A caller reported waking up in the middle of the night and finding a stranger touching their feet.

November 20th City of Germantown
A 22-year-old woman was cited for disorderly conduct after an incident. According to police reports the woman was quarreling with her mother, threw a banana at her and hit her with a shoe.

November 25th City of Sheboygan
Police were called to the intersection of Fond du Lac Avenue and Leavens Avenue where traffic was being blocked by two Chihuahuas.

November 21st City of Waukesha
A caller told the police he saw a male wearing a dark-colored jester suit and a clown mask. He didn't say or do anything but the caller felt the person was intentionally trying to scare people.

November 24th City of Wauwatosa
An unarmed 65-year-old man threatened to "shoot everyone at Sam's Club" in a dispute over a pan he was returning.

December 5th Winnebago County
Police were called to the scene after a man fell and hit his head while attempting to carry a case of beer on his bicycle.

December 1st Dane County
An unidentified man called police and told them he was a "psychic" and that he thought there was an "elaborate conspiracy" involving a white car he saw in a motel parking lot. He told police he believed the car's occupants had a strange 'aura' about them." Responding officers discovered the car had been used in a series of thefts and arrested the driver and passenger.
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nov 11th 2015


October 30th City of Oak Creek
Police responded to a complaint from a resident at an apartment complex. The caller told police he was going to play his guitar in a commons area when another resident walked up to him and told him that, if he did, he was going to take the guitar and "shove it up his ass".

November 2nd City of Oshkosh
A bundle of dolls were found floating in the Fox River near the railroad bridge on Pioneer Drive. The dolls were wrapped in a pink chiffon blanket and had ropes tied around them with a brick.

October 30th City of Oak Creek
A man called police and reported his ex-wife came into his home and left feces all over his bathroom. According to police, the feces was in the toilet, on the floor, and on the walls. The ex-wife admitted it was her feces but claimed it was an accident.

November 1st City of Waukesha
A caller reported a domestic disturbance after hearing a lot of yelling and things being thrown around at a neighbor's apartment. Responding officers determined the noise just stemmed from a man's TV remote breaking. As a result, the man started yelling at the television because he was unable to switch it from the World Series to the Packer game.

October 26th City of Mequon
Two Concordia University students were arrested for theft of Halloween skeletons taken from neighbors' yards the previous week. One of the students admitted to police that she had taken one skeleton. She then wrote the names of all the bones on that skeleton and was using it to study for one of her classes.

November 2nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police and reported a neighbor trying to get into her house. According to responding officer, the neighbor was trying to get his partially-used bottle of body wash.

November 1st City of Sheboygan
Police responded to an emergency call from an 8th Street location where a resident was choking on a Dorito.

October 26th City of Whitefish Bay
A woman was issued a loose pet citation after her cat "jumped out of a pumpkin" and bit a boy.
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nov 4th 2015


This video perfectly compliments this week's first story!

October 23rd City of Oak Creek
Police responded to a home to investigate a report that a local man using Twitter, threatened to kill a co-host on the Home Shopping Network. The resident, who told police he was from Switzerland, stated he was mad at the Home Shopping Network host because he was making fun of Switzerland. He admitted sending three tweets stating, if the host didn't stop making fun of the Swiss, he was going to murder him. After speaking with the suspect, officers contacted police in St. Petersburg, Florida (where The Home Shopping Network is located), and advised them that the suspect was just upset and had no intention of going to Florida and murdering anyone.

October 19th City of Glendale
A man threatened a shoe store employee with a pair of scissors and ran off with a pair of pink "Breast Cancer Edition" UGG boots valued at $155.

October 31st City of Green Bay
Police received a report of a suspect dressed as Batman stealing others Halloween candy.

October 30th Wisconsin Dells
Police responded to a report of a man in a dress throwing lipstick at cars.

October 22nd City of Rice Lake
A caller reported finding a box of live chickens on the front seat of his vehicle and doesn't know what to do with them.

October 16th City of Glendale
An intoxicated 17-year-old Fox Point boy was arrested during a high school football game after he ran naked onto the field wearing only a black mask. He was arrested as he attempted to get dressed. The boy was reported stumbling around and when asked how much he had to drink replied, "Does it matter? I drank a lot."

October 31st Town of Vinland
Police and fire crews responded to a report of a semi full of cheese on fire.

October 15th City of Glendale
Police were following up on a suspicious car when they saw the man in a patio door window naked and screaming. The man was next seen running naked in the hallway while continuing to scream. Police found Oxycodone in the man's room along with heroin and cocaine "packaged for sale."

October 13th City of Oak Creek
A white male in his 40s, stole a "Sale" sign and an 8-foot-by-13-foot "Open During Construction" banner from outside an adult toy store and fled in a silver pick up.

October 28th Village of Hartland
Police responded to a report of two men fighting at a local bar. When police arrived, the instigator of the fight was gone. Police eventually located the man hiding behind a tombstone in the village cemetery.

September 18th Village of Oregon
Police responded to a report of horseplay in the cart corral at the grocery store. A 17-year-old boy reportedly told a 16-year-old boy that he would punch him if he sat on a grocery cart while he was trying to collect it from the parking lot. The 16-year-old sat on the grocery cart and the 17-year-old reportedly delivered on his promise. Police warned both boys about their behavior.

October 30th City of Green Bay
Police shut down part of Shawano Avenue after a very drunk woman thought she heard gunshots in her basement. A search of the basement by police turned up no evidence of shots being fired in the building.
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oct 27th 2015


October 12th City of Beaver Dam
A Gould Street resident called police to report that a woman near the Family Center Ice Arena was dancing on the sidewalk and “shaking her booty” at passing vehicles.

October 20th City of Rice Lake
A deputy responded to a callers report of a "crazy" neighbor throwing stuff on the caller's porch. The deputy spoke with both neighbors who agreed to stay away from each other and their residences and to quit putting mental health counselors' business cards on each other's lawns.

October 4th City of Appleton
Police assistance was requested at the intersection of Plank and Midway Roads where a man and his son were trapped in a Porta-John by a large dog.

October 24th City of Sheboygan
Police were called to handle a disturbance involving "the most uncooperative 10-year-old girl I've ever met".

October 17th Hales Corners
A customer at A&W ordered a root beer and then stole the mug it was served in. When the customer, a 51-year-old woman, returned the mug to the Hales Corners Police Department and ask them to return it to the business, she was cited for theft.

October 21st Town of Marshfield
A resident called 911 and requested to go to prison.

October 20th City of Marshfield
Police responded to the parking lot of Pick 'n Save for a report of a physical altercation. A cabdriver told police that when he reached toward the back seat to accept cab fare, a passenger told him “you think you’re god’s gift to men” and then slapped him in the face. The cab driver said he did not know why the woman was mad. A witness confirmed the story to police, and a disorderly conduct citation was issued against the woman.

October 9th City of Beaver Dam
A man called police and reported that a student in Beaver Dam Middle School was shining a laser pointer at other students.

October 17th City of Beaver Dam
A 55-year-old man reported that a 62-year-old man was yelling insults at him. The 62-year-old man was upset because, he said, the other man was staring at him.

October 16th City of Juneau
An officer responded to a report of a loose rooster. The officer reported he had no means by which to capture a loose rooster and was unable to determine where the loose rooster came from or how it became loose.

October 10th Village of Hartland
Police are seeking disorderly conduct charges against a 42-year-old woman after she reportedly got into a drunken argument with her husband and flung a DVD case down some stairs inside their home. According to the incident report, both the man and woman had been drinking in the evening while watching a DVD and started arguing when she threw the case the disc was in down the flight of stairs.

October 16th City of Wisconsin Rapids
The grandmother of a 34-year-old man called police saying he was hallucinating and sweating, under the influence of something, and running around the house in his underwear.

October 11th City of Waupun
Police received the report of someone in the National Bank outside of regular business hours. As they investigated, a woman ran and hid in another room of the bank. After police located the woman, they learned she was an IT employee working on a problem. She told them she ran and hid because she was startled there was someone else was in bank outside of regular business hours.
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oct 19th 2015


October 14th Village of Tigerton
Police were called to Tigerton High after someone Saran Wrapped a naked blowup doll to a post in front of the school.

October 11th City of Bayfield
A man called police to report  several people were drinking at the bar. He says it boggled his mind that he went to the bar to watch the game and he was drinking Pepsi while everyone else was drinking alcohol.

October 14th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A child called 911 and told police she was excited and happy about being a butterfly for Halloween and about being a big sister to a new baby.

October 6th Village of Pulaski
A resident called police to report a woman at whom he had hurled insults, "flipped him the bird".

October 13th Village of Biron
Police responded to a report of somebody in a park making howling sounds….and kicking leaves.

October 4th City of Waukesha
A caller told police her dog was being blamed for feces in the basement of an apartment building. However, the caller said it appeared to be human feces so she wanted officers to look at the feces and determine it came from a dog or human. Police determined the feces was from a dog but were unable to identify from whose dog the mystery feces came.

October 5th City of Germantown
A restaurant operator called police to report the theft of used cooking oil from a 2,500-gallon drum kept by the dumpster.

October 12th Village of Saratoga
A resident called police to report someone wrote "wash me" in the dirt on their car.
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oct 14th 2015


August 18th Village of Oregon
A 47-year-old man reported someone put shaving cream, condoms and a lobster on his car. The man said it is an “ongoing problem”.

September 28th City of Brookfield
Police were called to a residence after a report of a vehicle parked in the driveway with its doors open for two days. Upon arrival, officers met with a 17-year-old boy who claimed to be practicing a Jewish tradition in which he has to use his car as a hut and eat in it while utilizing no electricity.

October 9th City of Sheboygan
A woman call police to report her son left on his skateboard because she wouldn't give him the Wi-Fi password.

October 8th Village of Clyman
A woman called police to report that two kids vomited in the back of her vehicle then took off on foot.

September 26th City of Waukesha
Someone called police to report people had been throwing cake in each other's faces for fun during a birthday party/rummage sale. The caller did not appreciate people throwing cake at one another for fun.

September 28th City of Waukesha
A man walked into a beauty salon and said the rumors need to stop and that he "is not the devil nor is he Satan".

October 1st City of Rice Lake
A caller reported a neighbor who kept playing the song "Glory, Glory Hallelujah" over and over and over again. Officers responded to the area and said they could hear only dogs and trains.

October 4th Village of Saratoga
A woman called police and reported her husband had left home to get milk between 2 and 7 p.m. and had not returned. Responding officers found the husband in another room of their home.
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oct 5th 2015


October 4th City of Menasha
A Main Street resident called police to complain that her neighbor keeps peeking in her windows and every time the neighbor sees that she is sleeping, calls 911 and reports she's dead.

September 30th City of Kenosha
Police cited a man for inattentive driving after a rollover accident that occurred when he was dipping a chicken nugget into some sauce while driving.

September 21st City of Waukesha
A caller told police that a customer of Marco's Pizza was offering marijuana to employees to get them to deliver his order faster. Police called the man and told him to stop offering drugs to Marco's delivery drivers.

September 6th Village of Omro
A West Larrabee Street resident called police because he feels his neighbors are picking on him.

September 26th City of Hales Corners
A 19-year-old man was cited for disorderly conduct after he intentionally dropped his pants and exposed his derriere inside the George Webb Restaurant WHILE police were tending to an employee who was having a medical emergency.

September 19th Village of Bayside
A man called police to report someone hacked his credit card and used it to buy a membership on Christianmingle.com.

September 29th City of Pittsville
Someone at a local manufacturing plant called police to report an employee was threatening to get a gun unless someone returned his missing sandwich.

September 21st City of Waukesha
A man pressed his medical alarm and could be heard yelling and screaming in the background. The man told the medic alert operator that he wanted an ambulance to come to his home and put him to bed because his girlfriend refused to do so.

September 29th Town of Marshfield
A caller reported to police that someone left a fish tank at the end of their driveway on…Trout Drive.
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sep 28th 2015


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.
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sep 14th 2015


September 4th City of Beaver Dam
A resident called police to report seeing a vehicle designed to resemble a squad car except, emblazoned on the side, were the words..."Booty Patrol".

September 12th Brown County
Police received a call from a blind man who said he was unable to remove his bowtie.

August 23rd City of Menasha
A Fox Trail Lane woman reported that her husband was trying to start an argument and she just wanted to go to bed. The woman was not concerned about a physical altercation, but told police her husband would not stop arguing with her and she wanted to sleep.

September 8th Sheboygan County
Police responded to a report of a man who had been throwing things but had now put a bag over his head.

September 10th Brown County
Police responded to a call from Wal-Mart where a female customer kept falling asleep at the checkout counter.

September 3rd City of Germantown
Police responded to a home after a resident reported someone rang his doorbell and left a plastic bag filled with water on his doorstep. The officer arrived and discovered the bag contained a live fish. The resident decided to keep the fish, but it remains unknown who left it on his doorstep.

September 8th City of Bayfield
A restaurant operator wanted to talk to police about an employee who walked off the job the day before and was now claiming on social media that she was fired for rescuing a juvenile eagle.

September 5th City of Marshfield
Officers found a 34-year-old man with his shirt torn off and multiple scratch marks, which he said were inflicted by his 24-year-old girlfriend. The man told police the woman was upset with him over a comment he made on Facebook.

September 5th City of Mayville
Police were called to the scene of a domestic disturbance. The disturbance started when an intoxicated 54-year-old man became upset that his teenage daughter had dyed her hair a color that did not match her eyebrows.

September 12th Brown County
A woman called authorities to report that her son was throwing cans of food at her.

September 6th Village of Saratoga
A man called police to report that someone was pounding on his door and when he investigated he discovered it was a strange female in yoga pants.

September 3rd City of Germantown
Employees at Wal-Mart requested police presence inside their electronics department during the release of the new Star Wars products after overhearing customers saying they would punch people in the head if they cut in front of them.

August 25th City of Menasha
Officers responded to a disturbance on Grove Street where a male and female were arguing about some beer being warm.

September 5th City of Bayfield
A caller told police someone is flying an airplane over area homes and throwing toilet paper out of the plane.
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sep 8th 2015


August 28th City of Waukesha
A caller told police a newspaper delivery person has been stalking him and also "put some boogers on his newspaper".

August 16th City of Menasha
A caller on Appleton Road reported that a boy took a construction cone from the street. The boy was contacted and had the cone in his possession. The boy told police he was going to use the cone…as a laundry basket.

August 26th City of Ashland
A resident called police to report that someone has been throwing "booze bottles" into the recycling dumpster at the Little Friends of Jesus Daycare.

September 7th Town of Beaver Dam
A woman called police to report a 17-year-old girl "flipped out" and threw a cup of watermelon at her.

August 27th City of Ashland
A woman called police to report a possible Internet scam involving a man in Texas she met online named Hung Wang.

August 23rd City of Fox Point
A resident came home around 7 PM and found a 62-year-old man, who was dressed in women's clothing, attempting to take additional women's clothing from the resident's wife's closet. The suspect fled in a car but crashed it into a tree nearby and was apprehended by police.

August 5th City of Sheboygan
Police respond to report of a 17-year-old boy who tried to cut a cup with a machete but instead chopped off his own thumb.

September 2nd City of Neenah
A caller on second street told police they saw a man who was running down the street, stop and climb a tree and is now just sitting quietly in the tree.

August 31st Wood County
A corrections officer reported a woman at the Wood County Jail swallowed a pen.

August 27th City of Waukesha
A woman called police and reported a possible burglary in progress at her residence. Someone was turning her door knob and knocking on her front door. Police determined the person at the door was a neighbor who really needed to borrow some toilet paper.

August 31st City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported seeing a man with a sign asking for money and a baby.

September 2nd Town of Port Wing
A caller requested police find the owner of a motor home that is parked in front of the old fire hall, because they are trying to get ready for the annual fish boil.

September 3rd City of Germantown
Officers responded to a report of a man standing outside a grocery store yelling about "evil things".

September 1st Dane County
Police arrested a 20-year-old man and charged him with indecent exposure for allegedly exposing himself at a funeral.

September 7th City of Fox Lake
A man called to report seeing a plane with a bomb flying from Fox Lake to Beaver Dam. Police checked and found no plane and no bomb.
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aug 31st 2015


July 26th City of Greenfield
Police responded to the Budget Cinema after employees reported a man standing by their mailbox was pulling down his pants and showing his underwear. Police spoke to the man, who said he was waiting for his movie to start and admitted that he pulled down his pants and fixed his underwear several times because it was riding up on him and giving him a Grundy. The man was advised to find a more proper place to fix his underwear.

July 23rd Wisconsin Dells
A dog reportedly escaped its owner's room at a retirement home and is terrorizing the residents there. Police are having difficulty finding the owner as none of the residents can remember who owns the dog.

August 15th Town of Menasha
An employee on Plaza Drive called police to report that two women had just entered the business and immediately went to the bathroom and walked out very quickly a short time later. The employee became suspicious and checked the bathroom and noticed the bottle of hand lotion missing was missing from the bathroom. A police lieutenant located the car in the parking lot. The women initially denied any knowledge of taking the lotion but later admitted to it. 

August 29th City of Sheboygan
A caller on seventh Street reported that someone nearby let a bunch of pigeons loose and now they are "terrorizing the neighborhood".

August 25th Wisconsin Dells
Police are reportedly investigating a woman who allegedly seized a tourist family's selfie stick mid picture and, after a small chase, viciously smashed it on the ground.

August 13th City of Waukesha
A resident called police to report finding "a quivering chipmunk".

August 12th Village of Harrison
Police received a report of a teenage boy doing cartwheels on the roof of his home. The boy's parents explained to police he is a gymnast but they were unaware he was doing cartwheels on the roof.

August 24th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An 11-year-old boy called 911 because his friend...used the “F” word.

August 13th City of Menasha
A caller on Ahnaip Street reported several people were responsible for placing fingernail polish on swing seats at a playground and breaking a bottle on the black top.

August 12th Village of Harrison
Police received a report of a suspicious vehicle parked on Evan Street. The car was parked in the driveway, the lights were on and car alarm kept going off. Responding officers determined it was just a couple trying to watch a meteor shower.

August 14th City of Waukesha
A UPS driver called police and reported that while driving down the street, several packages fell out of the back of his truck. When the driver turned around to retrieve the boxes, he saw a man run into the street, pick up the packages and run into his residence. The driver told police the man would not give the packages back.

August 28th City of Marshfield
Garbage bags fell into a toaster and started a fire at McDonald's.

August 25th City of Marshfield
A woman from Plover called police and expressed concern about someone posing as a female, stalking blondes at a local high school and taking pictures of feet.

August 24th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An anonymous caller reported a group of children threw a brick down the sewer.

August 13th City of Ashland
A caller told dispatch that she couldn't find her son and she's done looking for him. The woman said wants police to find him and for there to be "repercussions" for him going missing. The woman told officers she's not looking for him anymore and that he was last seen on his bike wearing black shorts and a blue shirt...10 minutes ago.
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aug 24th 2015


July 31st City of Waupun
A police officer met with a 33-year-old woman who said she wanted to report rude behavior that happened at the Waupun County Pool. The woman talked to the officer about the rude behavior as well as her family stressing her out, possibly moving to Chicago or Green Bay, her junior prom, 50 Shades of Grey, and her Zumba class.

July 30th Town of Menasha
A 60-year-old woman was cited for indecent conduct after several neighbors reported that she was taking the trash out while wearing only a T-shirt.

August 20th City of Sheboygan
Nobody answered the door when police arrived at the residence of a man who had called police and reported the theft of some talking fish.

August 6th City of Marshfield
A man whose probation terms required him to refrain from consuming alcohol was arrested after admitting to police he consumed "two sips of warm Pabst".

August 6th City of Oshkosh
A 20-year-old female came to the Police Department wanting to see an officer. The female stated she believed there was a warrant out for her arrest. When informed that there was no warrant, the woman lunged at an officer and attempted to grab his gun. The officer was able to push the female away and she was placed under arrest and taken to jail.

August 21st City of Green Bay
A man called 911. He told the dispatcher he just wanted to just to find out if his phone works.

August 8th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller told police that he was being called names by a man who was whistling down the street. According to the police report, the two men had argued before the alleged whistling incident.

July 30th City of Waukesha
A resident called police and reported finding a blood covered t-shirt in a tree. Police determined the blood in question was actually chocolate stains and not a sign of a crime but rather just sloppy eating.

August 9th City of Oak Creek
Police arrested a woman for domestic violence after she allegedly threw a screwdriver at her boyfriend because he was snoring.

August 4th City of Phillips
The police department received a complaint from a male adult who reported working at a residence when another male entered the garage and urinated on his tool belt.

July 31st City of Beaver Dam
A Weyland Street resident told police that a naked intoxicated man was running around and hissing at people.

July 27th City of Whitefish Bay
Police responded to a report of people yelling in a car. Responding officers found the man was delivering sushi and his friends were just trying to give him directions.

August 9th Dane County
Police arrested a 25-year-old man on charges of trespassing after he climbed to the top of a 10 story crane to take a selfie.

August 9th City of Rice Lake
A resident called police to report there was a man hiding in their bushes. When police arrived they found the man who told them he was hiding in the bushes to avoid an argument with his girlfriend.

August 3rd City of Sheboygan
Police were called to a home where a boy was spraying his parents with a garden hose because they were trying to take away his cell phone.

August 4th City of Waukesha
A woman in an apartment called police and reported that children in another unit were harassing her. The woman told officers the children were looking at her and said "wonder whose car that is" when her friends picked her up. Police informed the woman this is not harassment.

July 27th City of Brown Deer
Police arrested a 25-year-old man with pork chops in his pants.

August 9th City of Marshfield
An officer arrested a woman after a caller reported she was pounding on the caller’s front door, scaring the caller and waking the caller’s husband. The woman told officers she was pounding on the door because she just wanted to meet her neighbors. Why she felt like meeting her neighbors at 1:54 AM remains unclear.

August 21st City of Sheboygan
A 911 dispatcher did a call back following a hang-up. The man who answered the phone told them he called because his mother pushed him. He then changed his story saying he just fell over a bucket.

August 6th City of Shawano
Police were called to the beach near North Riverside Drive on a report of a creepy man asking females what kind of underwear they were wearing.

August 13th City of Waupun
A resident called police to report finding a cell phone and wallet on his lawn. He told police they were apparently left behind by a couple of drunken strangers he saw having sex in his yard the night before. Police contacted the owners of the wallet and phone to determine if the drunken sex was consensual.

August 15th Dane County
A man was arrested for allegedly slapping the buttocks of a police horse. According to police, the man struck the horse's "left rump area." The police horse's human partner described the slap, on a scale of one to 10, as sounding like a seven. When police apprehended the culprit, he pleaded his innocence saying "I didn't know it was illegal to slap a horse."

August 6th City of Waukesha
Police responded to an apartment after a man's medical alarm was activated several times. On one of the activations, a male could be heard saying, "I'm going to kill you." When responding officers arrived at the man's home, he told them he only activated the medical alarm because he was upset no one would push him in his wheelchair to a convenience store.

August 9th Village of Jackson (Washington County)
Police were called to a tavern that was the scene of a fight involving about nine people and included bottles being thrown. The fight allegedly started when a man attempted to put money in the jukebox. A woman objected, thinking it would disrupt her jukebox selections, and took a swing at the man. The woman missed and struck the man's fiancé instead who responds by pouring her drink on the angry jukebox lady because she said she thought "it would defuse the situation".
posted by: Rick and Len at 9:52 am Comment On This Post

jul 28th 2015
A light week in STCW. Is it too hot to commit crimes?



July 14th City of Oak Creek
Police received a report of a man who was naked and humping a stool outside his apartment. When confronted by police, the man admitted to being naked but firmly denied the stool humping.

July 20th City of Oak Creek
A truck driver called police and reported that while he was stopped at Kwik Trip, a man who was talking about why God invented gravity approached him with a sharpened piece of wood and told him his mother instructed him not to stab people.

July 14th City of Waukesha
Police received a report of an extremely intoxicated man, outside a bar, repeatedly banging his head on a pole.

July 9th City of Mayville
Officers were dispatched for reports of a neighbor dispute. An officer made contact with a 60-year-old man who said his 58-year-old neighbor had raised a machete at him while he was mowing the lawn. The 58-year-old man said that he had been using the machete to cut weeds and decided to confront his neighbor about whether he was the individual who had called the city about his weeds being out of control.  The officer warned the 58-year-old man about his use of the machete and told both individuals to go inside their homes and take a break.

July 20th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a man with a garbage can cover and mop “dancing around” and “acting strange”.

April 24th Village of Oregon
A 40-year-old man was seen chasing a teenage boy down the street. The man was reportedly angry at being the victim of a game of dingdong ditch.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:02 pm Comment On This Post

jul 20th 2015


July 18th City of Manitowoc
An Albert Street resident called police and reported his wife shook her fist at him and then left on foot traveling in an unknown direction.

July 4th City of Waukesha
Police were called to a residence where an adult male was knocked unconscious during a drunken Slip n' Slide incident.

July 17th Dane County
Police responded to a report of a gun fired during an argument. Responding officers have not been able to ascertain if a gun was fired or not however, they believe the dispute was over "reheated food".

July 8 City of Germantown
A resident called police to report that his significant other is going to be killed by two local a.m. radio stations whom he believes are "in cahoots" to poison her through radio frequencies. The man reportedly even showed police Internet printouts regarding Voodoo and black magic to prove it.

July 15th City of Shawano
Officers responded to a report from a Fed Ex driver about a suspicious package that was damaged and..."full of green stuff".

July 6th City of Wauwatosa
An employee at Catholic Charities called police to report someone made a mess in the kitchen.

July 6th City of Waukesha
A caller complained to police that mini cigarette lighters with nude pictures on them were clearly visible at the front counter at a gas station. At police request, an employee removed the lighters.

June 20th City of Greenfield
A resident called police because he was concerned for his safety after receiving an anonymous Hallmark card in the mail with a note asking him to remove his car from the street because it was ugly.

July 15th City of Shawano
Police received a 911 call from a man and woman discussing a jukebox and what they should do with it.

July 15th City of Beaver Dam
Police were called to the scene where two men were arguing about brats.

July 5th City of Waukesha
A woman reported a burglary was taking place at the St. Vincent de Paul thrift store. The woman told police she believed burglar person was wearing a plaid or dark-colored shirt. Police, however, determined the person in question was actually a mannequin inside the store and not a burglar.

July 3rd City of Waukesha
Police responded to a report that an unknown person or persons left their Crock Pot plugged into an electrical outlet outside the Post Office.

July 4th City of Franklin
A resident reported someone's bottle rocket burned a hole in their gazebo.

July 14th City of Marshfield
A woman and her mother both contacted police about an argument they were having with each other. The daughter was angry because her mother was not picking the daughter up from an appointment and would not give the daughter money for a jacket. The mother told an officer she had better things to do than providing rides to her daughter. An officer reminded the daughter she is 25-years-old, has a valid driver's license and shouldn't rely on her mother for rides.

July 19th City of Manitowoc
A Hamilton Street resident called police about an incident involving neighbors. Allegedly, one neighbor squirted another neighbor in the face with a squirt gun prompting that neighbor to point a real gun at the squirt gun owner.
posted by: Rick and Len at 5:00 pm Comment On This Post

jul 13th 2015


June 23rd Town of Menasha
An Oxwood Drive resident contacted police to report continued harassment from his neighbors. The man showed the officer several video recordings in which the neighbor, a 59-year-old woman, is blowing leaves onto his property. And most recently, the neighbor was throwing pine cones in his yard!

June 27th Town of Menasha
An officer on patrol spotted an unoccupied car parked in the lane of traffic on West American Drive. As the officer was attempting to locate information on the owner, a naked man came jogging down the walking trail toward the officer. The man, a 31-year-old Saginaw, Michigan resident, told the officer that he was just "jogging nude." The man told the officer that he has done this in the past, however this was the first time he had done so in this area. The man was cited for lewd and lascivious behavior.

June 30th City of Mayville (follow up to June 13 call)
A 45-year-old man called police and reported that he had been playing his music too loud and wanted to report himself because his neighbors had not yet reported him. The man told police that no one wanted to mess with him so he was calling himself in. The officer warned the man that if the police received another complaint about his loud music he would receive a citation. The man told them he was prepared and he had been saving up to pay the future citation.

July 4th City of Sheboygan
A man on 8th Street called police to report he went to his former residence to get his television and now the home's current occupant is chasing him down the street wielding a metal pipe.

July 9th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police received a call from a resident who reported one man was going to shoot another man because of a dispute over a hat.

March 28th Village of Oregon
A 57-year-old woman called police to report someone had entered her home, drank five beers and cooked two pork chops.

June 28th Town of Rubicon
A resident called police to report seeing a fawn tied to a tree in someone's yard. Responding officers discovered the fawn in question was actually a fawn-shaped lawn ornament.

July 2nd City of Oak Creek
A man who was going door to door selling children's books was cited for disorderly conduct for throwing a homeowner's wreath in a pond after they refused to buy anything. It was unclear why the homeowner still had a wreath up on July 2nd.

June 29th City of Brookfield
A 25-year-old man was spoken to by police officers after he threatened to throw nails at driving school vehicles if he sees them in his neighborhood because he said he is sick of seeing them.

June 28th City of Oak Creek
A man was taken into custody after he shoved his mother into a wooden entertainment center,  sat on her and took her cell phone so she couldn't call police. The suspect was apparently upset because his mother told him he "didn't deserve to eat" because of his size.

June 30th Village of Shorewood
A juvenile female was issued a ticket for assault after she got into a "physical altercation" with another girl. The fight was identified by police as a "Snapchat feud over a hairstyle".

July 6th City of Beaver Dam
A resident notified police of a man and a woman were screaming at each other in Slumberland. An officer spoke with the couple and found they were yelling at each other because their daughter was upset about not getting ice cream.

July 5th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report the theft of a 3-foot-doll wearing a pink ball gown from her front porch.

July 6th City of Marshfield
Police issued a citation to a man for uttering an obscenity while making an obscene gesture in a tavern.

June 26th City of Glendale
A 23-year-old Lansing, Michigan woman was arrested after she placed ads on a website used by prostitutes and was found by police in a motel room. The woman answered the door naked but denied she was a prostitute, saying she was "just there just to meet people and have a good time."

June 30th City of Waukesha
A 45-year-old woman asked her neighbor to give her a ride to her bank. When the man refused, the woman allegedly jumped in the man's truck causing him to relent and offer to drive the woman a short distance. However, the man told police that he eventually tried to kick her out of his truck after she tried to push on the accelerator and grab the steering wheel. About 10 minutes later the woman jumped back in his unattended truck and  was "sitting in the driver's seat, revving the engine and laughing hysterically." She then took off with the truck, blew threw a stop sign turned the car around and blew through the stop sign a second time, then drove the truck onto the lawn of the man's apartment and struck him with it. The woman was reportedly desperate to get to her bank to withdraw all her money because "ISIS is coming!"

July 6th Town of Ashippun
A woman called the Dodge County Sheriff's Department and reported a 31-year-old man who she said was repeatedly hitting himself in an effort to frame her for domestic battery.

July 8th City of Neenah
Police responded to a report of two people at Apple Blossom Apartments who may have been having sex behind a dumpster.

July 8th City of Green Bay
A woman called police requesting assistance in chasing a raccoon out of her garage.

June 22nd City of Greendale
Two males were cited for negligent handling of burning materials after they doused a tennis ball with lighter fluid, lit it on fire and played tennis with it at Greendale High School.

June 30th City of Waukesha
Police received a report of a man on the walking trail stalking people with a machete. Responding officers found that the man in question was carrying a garden hoe, not a machete, and was just looking for worms for fishing.

June 25th City of Brookfield
A 46-year-old man was arrested for domestic violence after getting into a physical altercation with his ex-girlfriend's mother. The complainant stated that the subject is a drug addict and that he became upset after the mother would not give him money. The man allegedly threw mail around the mother-in-law’s house and stuck his finger in her nose.

July 4th Village of Grand Rapids
Wood County authorities say they have located Bigfoot. A park ranger at Lake Wazeecha reported to police that he found a 5-foot concrete Sasquatch statue near the village.
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