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feb 4th
Small Town Crime Wave 2-4-13
January 20th City of Waukesha
A caller reported a “vehicle in the area that has the gas nozzle hanging out of the gas tank.” A woman “drove out of the Speedway with the gasoline nozzle still in the vehicle. She then put the nozzle in the back of seat because she “had to get home for a bowel movement.” The nozzle was returned to Speedway.

January 30th City of Shawano
Police received a report of a “strange man” that has been coming by Sacred Heart School on more than one occasion. The man claimed he needed to see a priest because he had the devil inside him. He was initially given some Bible information about the devil.  However, he returned and  spoke with a priest and according to police dispatchers that  may not have ended well.

January 24th City of Oak Creek
A convenience store employee called police after a 51-year-old man became loud and boisterous, kicked a shelf over and chased the employee around the store with his wheelchair after he found out his lottery ticket wasn't a winner.

January 30th Village of Mattoon
Police received a call from someone at Donna’s Village Pump where a drunk man reportedly walked in, grabbed a beer out of the cooler and just sat there drinking it.

January 20th City of Glendale
Police were called to a home where obscene drawings were made on the driveway using either whipped or shaving cream. Police report that some rubber bands were also found on the driveway and lawn.

January 26th City of Greenfield
A resident called police after he heard a man singing Christmas carols very loudly. Officers checked the area but were unable to locate the late January caroler.

January 20th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report that her 12-year-old daughter was “throwing furniture and biting the cats.”

January 26th City of Beaver Dam
Police received an anonymous report that a man was exposing himself at the Wal-Mart Supercenter. Police made contact with the 26-year-old man who told officers that his pants had fallen down accidently and that it was not intentional. The police report did not indicate if the man was at the store to buy a belt.

January 28th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller told police a woman was microwaving cats and then putting them in the freezer. Authorities believe the call was unfounded.

January 29th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report the front door of her neighbor’s house was open. Investigating officers found the people inside were hot, so they had opened the door.