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Interactive » Blog
jun 16th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 6-16-14


June 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called 911 to report that after he complained about bad service from a pizza delivery business and insisted on a replacement, the delivery driver threw the replacement order at him, leaving hot pizza on the caller’s chest. A representative from the pizza business said the man threatened employees.

June 7th City of Menasha
A Brighton Beach Road caller reported a fire raging in a trash can next to a port-a-potty. Witnesses were unable to smother the fire before it reached the port-a-potty and it was fully engulfed in flames by the time the fire department arrived.

June 12 Village of Bonduel
A caller notified the sheriff's department of seeing two males walking on Highway 47 while playing guitars and wearing backpacks. The caller told deputies he thought this seemed suspicious.

June 11th City of Shawano
Police were called to a South Lincoln Street residence where some children kicked a ball into a woman's yard. The woman reportedly came out and yelled at the children for kicking the ball into her yard. The call to police was placed by a witness was wondering if it was illegal for someone to swear at children.

June 8th City of Marshfield
A 21-year-old man called the police department to turn himself in for a probation violation for drinking. The man was cooperative and said he just wanted to get away from his friends.

June 12th Village of Wittenberg
Deputies were called to a Witt-Birn Townline Road residence. The caller indicated that his nephew who was staying with him was out for the evening and left his fan on upstairs. The caller said he wanted the fan turned off. A deputy was dispatched to the home and turned off the fan.

June 12th City of Beaver Dam
A 20-year-old man told police he saw someone driving a lawn tractor on East South Street was pulling people that were riding on a skateboard.  Police warned the 17-year-old tractor driver for creating a traffic hazard.

June 8th City of Shawano
Police responded to a report of three foulmouthed naked women who running, yelling and swearing near the boat landing across from the Washington Inn.

June 8th Town of Seneca
A man called police to report finding a beer can at the end of his driveway.

June 5th City of Oak Creek
Police were called to the Tri-City National Bank where a customer having difficulties with the ATM machine began swearing loudly. When a bank employee asked the woman to quiet down, she told the employee she was going to "shoot her like they do in the movies".

June 9th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police and reported her nose burning and being unable to figure out what was going on. The caller wanted police to drive through the area and smell the air.

May 28th City of Brown Deer
A woman was arrested for disorderly conduct and damage to property after she broke a TV, threw items around the house and poured detergent on her boyfriend's bed. The woman said he had cheated on her and after she confronted him, he took her clothes outside and poured bleach on them. When police arrived, they found what appeared to be blood on a wall. Upon closer inspection, the blood turned out to be pizza sauce. The woman admitted to police that she had, in fact, thrown a pizza against the wall.

June 3rd City of Greenfield
A resident called police to report that every time she goes out of town her neighbor walks in her yard, and she wanted police to talk to her neighbor. Officers made contact with the neighbor and advised her not to walk on her neighbor's lawn without permission.

June 12th City of Marshfield
A 53-year-old woman called 911 and reported a burglary at her home. After clearing the home and not finding any suspects at the scene, police noticed inconsistencies with the woman’s account of the events leading up to the 911 call and neighbors’ observations. The woman eventually admitted to police that she had staged the burglary to get the attention of her husband, who she believes is having an affair.