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sep 28th 2016


September 22nd City of Sheboygan
Police received a report of a resident being treated at Memorial Hospital for…a rabbit bite.

September 8th City of Waukesha
A caller reported her neighbor was repeatedly sticking his genitals…out his window.

September 21st City of Sheboygan
Police responded to multiple pig reports. A male pig found at Brandtmeier Ford would reportedly not go anywhere near the responding police officer. A short time later, a woman on 43rd Street called police about a pig sighting. From reports, it is unclear if it was the same pig that was at the car dealership. The woman who called expressed a concern to police that the pig was going to eat her tomatoes.

September 7th City of Greenfield
A woman called police to report there was a chicken in her bush.

September 10th Village of Fox Crossing
While on patrol, an officer saw several cars and people in the freeway construction area at Highway 41 and 10. The officer spoke with the people, who were all from the Milwaukee area, and they told the officer that they were just hunting for rocks and minerals in holes dug by the construction crews.

September 18th Dane County
An 83-year-old man called police after he found a 47-year-old man, seated on his car roof and kicking his feet against the windshield. The 47-year-old man then climbed a top garbage cans, grabbed for a rain gutter, and pulled himself onto the roof of the older man's home. When police officers arrived, the man said he climbed on the roof to avoid "wild pigs and dead corpses on the ground near where he had been standing." Police confirmed that there were no wild pigs or corpses anywhere in the general vicinity.

September 24th City of Sheboygan
Officers responded to a report of a highly intoxicated female pedestrian with a huge purse walking into telephone poles.

September 20th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported there were kids playing with a remote-control car. According to the caller, the children were lying in the middle of the road and letting the remote-control car hit them.

September 5th City of Waukesha
A caller confused a young driver with an intoxicated one after seeing the driver swerve across numerous lanes of traffic and hit a curb while pulling into a gas station. According to police, the driver wasn't drunk, just upset because she is still learning to drive and her parents, who were in the car, were nagging her about her poor driving.

September 14th City of Antigo
Police received a call from a woman saying that she was driving down the road when she came upon "a very, very large snake in the road". The woman said she did not run it over but the snake was not moving. The woman told police that after leaving the scene, she initially called a nearby homeowner and told them about the "dead" snake but the person said that it wasn't in the street anymore. That's when she decided to call police because she was concerned that it was a live python and could still be loose in the city.

September 17th City of Madison
An unobservant 23-year-old man on a bicycle inadvertently collided with one of the city's mounted police officers while downtown. It is believed to be the first ever bicycle versus horse traffic accident in the history of State Street.

September 11th City of Neenah
A resident on Brooks Avenue called police to report that two people were trying to damage a vehicle. The caller said she overheard them say they were from Milwaukee and they were going to throw paint on the vehicle. Responding officers showed the woman that what she reported did not actually happen. The woman told officers she may have been dreaming or had a little too much alcohol.

September 8th City of Neenah
A caller told police that about 10 teenagers were kicking and throwing construction cones and walking on newly poured concrete near the playground at Green Park. The teenagers were also reportedly yelling and screaming. Officers were unable to locate the juveniles, but took some construction cones off the swing set and placed them back where they belonged.

September 10th City of Menasha
An officer observed the water fountain was overflowing with bubbles. It appeared as though someone had dumped soap into the fountain again. There were no people around, and it was unknown when it occurred. A heavy rainstorm came through the area a short while later and washed the soap away.

September 4th City of Waukesha
A woman reportedly kicked in her daughter's bedroom door in the apartment the two share after she found out her daughter was keeping condoms there against the mother’s wishes.

September 15th Port Washington
A 45-year-old Sheboygan man was cited for disorderly conduct after “giving the middle finger” to police officers. The report said the man has been "giving the finger" to officers regularly for the past few months. This time, he did it with a muffler that was too loud and was cited for both.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:40 am Comment On This Post

sep 27th 2016
FYI: I didn't initially post this and, as a result, have heard from a number of people wondering why. One even speculated that it was because of a complaint from MPG. The fact of the matter is, I just wasn't happy with my writing. But, by popular demand(?), here it is, for what it's worth.



We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week…Metaldyne Performance Group who less than two weeks after purchasing Brillion Iron Works for $14 million dollars, decided to shut down the whole damn kit and caboodle, with over 300 workers losing their jobs.

So, for spending millions of dollars on a company that they were just going to close in two weeks…which is a business decision that, to me, makes about as much sense as fishnet Depends.

For giving a big F U to dedicated employees who work with Fe (the chemical element symbol for iron).

And for putting more people out of work than a basket of dildos at a brothel for women.

We are proud to name MPG Metaldyne Performance Group...the new owners (and closers) of Brillion Iron Works as this week's Rick and Len Show...WEENIES OF THE WEEK.
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:20 am Comment On This Post

sep 27th 2016



TOP TEN BIGGEST SURPRISES OF THE DEBATE

10. For the entire 90 minutes, Hillary was able to maintain human form.

9. Trump’s continuous sniffling conclusively proved it’s possible to be allergic to your own bull crap.

8. When Hillary smiled, her face did not shatter.

7. Despite there being little or no evidence of the fact, apparently moderator Lester Holt was in attendance for the entire debate.

6. Hillary was able to remain upright and speaking despite reportedly suffering from pneumonia, Parkinson’s, brain damage, syphilis, Mad Zombie Disease and a bad case of cooties.

5. Despite being coached by Roger Ailes, Donald at no point called Hillary “Honey”, “baby”, “Sweetie pie” or anything that rhymed with “grunt”.

4. The guy who called Ted Cruz’s wife ugly and accused Ted’s father of assassinating JFK got upset because that bad lady was mean to him.

3. Hillary expressed a concern about what would happen if Trump got his hands on the nuclear codes when she knows full well the codes are too big for such little hands.

2. Despite chuckling a number of times, Clinton's laugh did not actually summon a flock ravens.

1. There was no bloodshed.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:38 am Comment On This Post

sep 26th 2016


PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE DRINKING GAME


Every time Donald mentions Mexico or Mexicans…drink a shot of tequila...and get your neighbor to pay for it.

If Hillary makes a reference to the size of Donald’s hands… drink two fingers of whiskey…four fingers if your hands are the size of Trump's.

Every time Hillary criticizes Donald not releasing his tax returns… drink 60 shots...one for each of her 60 confidential e-mails on unprotected servers.

Every time Donald Trump calls Hillary “crooked” … take a drink from both a pot and a kettle to see which one is black.

Every time Hillary mentions her campaign slogan "Stronger Together" mix gin and tequila because they too are stronger together...and will likely make you just as nauseous.

If Donald makes some reference to Bill Clinton’s cheating on Hillary…drink enough Trump Vodka to forget about Trump’s own well publicized infidelities.

If Bill Clinton’s former mistress, Gennifer Flowers, attends the debate (after Trump invited her this weekend)…drink a shot of something minty enough that you are no longer left with as bad a taste in your mouth as I’m sure Bill left in her's.

Every time Donald makes a reference to Hillary’s pneumonia do a shot of Dayquil…because it’s the only decongestant that’s just as orange as he is.

And when you hear the moderator Lester Holt say "Welcome to tonight's debate" do 3 or 4 shots of Nyquil and with any luck...you'll be sound asleep before either of the candidates says a freaking word.
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:22 am Comment On This Post

sep 23rd 2016


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week… Gavin Gilbertson, of Cecil and Hailey Brock of Gillett. Gilbertson pleaded no contest this week in Oconto County Circuit Court to a felony count of placing a foreign substance into an edible. Brock was already found guilty of the same charge. Last October, the two allegedly squirted dry erase board cleaner into a teacher’s Mountain Dew at Gillett High School.

According to the criminal complaint, Brock told police she came up with the idea as a prank when the teacher was out of the room. Gilbertson reportedly opened the bottle and Brock squirted the cleanser in. After drinking the Dew, the teacher suffered a burning sensation in his throat and stomach and went to the school nurse who suspected he’d been poisoned and called 911.

So, for taking TWO people just to open a bottle and squirt making poisoning a teacher sound like a union job.

For using a foreign substance to make a teacher sick to their stomach when just showing them a picture of our governor would probably do the job for most teachers.

And for not only squirting a chemical into the teacher’s soda, but amazingly, finding one that wasn’t already in Mountain Dew.

We're are proud to name Gavin Gilbertson, of Cecil and Hailey Brock of Gillett as this week's Rick and Len Show...WEENIES OF THE WEEK
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:44 am Comment On This Post

sep 19th 2016


September 9th City of Marshfield
Police received a report that a 32-year-old man entered a bank and demanded 42,000 gallons of water. The man then began to chase a bank teller and later demanded that the bank manager take off his shirt. When the manager did not take off his shirt, the man took his own shirt off and left the bank. Officers arrived and found the man in the middle of the street. He undressed until he was naked and yelled, “This feels good.”

September 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A grocery store owner called police to report a woman shoplifting cauliflower.

September 3rd City of Menasha
A Southfield Drive caller indicated she and her husband were involved in a disturbance with their neighbor. The caller's children often retrieve balls from the man's yard, which upsets him. Today, the caller thought the man confronted her child about this, which upset her. She confronted the neighbor, which led to a verbal argument where the neighbor was calling the woman and her husband names and then pushed the husband. As a result, the neighbor threatened to throw stain in the caller's pool.

September 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a person walking and jumping in traffic. (Seriously, what kind of idiot does that?) The person was only described as "wearing a Chicago Bears shirt". (Oh.)

August 30th City of Greenfield Someone at the senior center called police to report the theft of bingo prizes including water guns and toilet paper.

September 3rd City of Waukesha
An argument between a male and a female over dead musicians inside an apartment apparently got so heated a caller reported the incident as a physical fight. A responding officer found everything was all right when he arrived but said the argument over who was better “Biggie" or "Tupac" continued.

September 15th Wood County
Police investigated a report that somebody's been illegally dumping their pig carcasses.

September 4th City of Menasha
Police were dispatched for a report of an out of control male threatening to break a coffee pot over his own head.

September 10th Village of Richfield
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a male subject standing next to a black Chevy Silverado with no pants on. However, the pantsless suspect was gone upon the squad’s arrival.

August 31st City of Waukesha
A woman returned from vacation to find two strangers sitting in her living room. A police report said the woman did not know how the strangers entered her home, but nothing appeared to be missing. The strangers claimed they were guests of the caller's friend, who lived at the house for a short time 10 years ago and might have been staying there without permission while the homeowner was on vacation.

September 1st City of Waukesha
Police advised a man on his behavior after the man admitted he had gone into his former girlfriend's house carried out a toilet and smashed it in the street in front of the home.

September 2nd City of Grafton
A 24-year-old Grafton woman was cited for OWI and disorderly conduct after she backed into a tree. As police arrived, the woman, who was naked from the waist down, got out of the car, touched herself indecently and refused to follow police instructions.

September 9th City of Mayville
A 21-year-old woman, upset that her mother had been terminated from the store, entered Old Fashioned Foods and began yelling, screaming, slamming doors, and calling employees derogatory names. The woman eventually fled the scene, taking with her, a box of crackers and some beef jerky.

September 10th City of Mayville
Between 1 and 2 AM, and unknown person entered Old-Fashioned Foods, tipped over display shelves, knocked merchandise onto the floor and ransacked the office before fleeing the store with a stolen birdhouse and teddy bear.

September 14th Dane County
A woman entered a busy sushi restaurant and yelled out that there was a bomb about to explode. The suspect began counting down from 10, and ordered people to "get on the ground, on your hands and knees." She loudly announced:" It's going to blow up!" The manager told the woman to leave, but she refused and police were called. The suspect struggled with officers and was taken to jail. There was no bomb and nothing exploded.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:27 am Comment On This Post

sep 14th 2016


The website Thrillist.com has ranked all 31 NFL cities. Not based on their teams' performances or their stadiums or anything like that. No. They ranked them on just what they believe each city has to offer. And their take was...Green Bay is the 31st best city in the NFL (out of 31). Granted, we may not have the amazing year round weather of San Diego (#1) or the legendary combo of nightlife and cuisine of New Orleans (#2) but 31st? Give me a break! We have plenty to offer! For instance....

Green Bay is the only NFL city that has an Air B&B property that can accommodate up to 28 people all inside one of Tom Milbourn’s old hats.

Green Bay is the only NFL city that has unique tourist attractions like the area where they almost put a Wal-Mart, that place Vince Lombardi once took a dump, and the site of the mayor’s future jail cell.

(Speaking of which) Green Bay is the only NFL city with a Mayor as crooked as Larry McCarren's pinkies.

Green Bay is the only NFL city with its very own evil clown…of course, that’s not counting New England’s Bill Belichick.

Green Bay is the only NFL city where art lovers can skip going to large, sterile museums and just wait for that guy across from Lambeau to slap some paint on his fence.

Green Bay is the only NFL city where you can go to Seroogy’s for chips that are dipped, to the Oval Office to see a nip that is stripped and to Bay Beach to get your Pippin' Zipped!!!! 

So there!!!!!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:50 am Comment On This Post

sep 12th 2016


August 29th City of Menasha
While on patrol, officers noticed patrons by Jitters Bar engaged in an argument about where cashews come from. The patrons, who were intoxicated, stated that there was no physical contact between them, only a spirited argument about cashews.

August 26th City of Waukesha
A woman apparently mistakenly thought that a hat and a fur coat hanging on a rack was a stranger in her home and reported a break-in. When police arrived they found no evidence of forced entry and none of the woman's property was missing. Officers observed the hat and coat and the woman later confirmed those were the items she initially thought were a burglar.

August 26th City of Waukesha
A woman reportedly caused some flooding in the homes of residents living below her after she broke her toilet by falling into it while attempting to use the bathroom at an apartment complex. A police report said the back half of the toilet broke off and "caused water to flow uncontrollably" down multiple floors of the building. The woman who fell was disabled but she and her live-in boyfriend apparently did nothing to halt the water flow. When police arrived, they were watching TV, as the water level in the apartment rose.

August 21st Village of Menominee Falls
An employee at Pet World called police and reported that a customer walked out of the store with a big snake in his pants.

August 17th Village of Omro
Authorities were dispatched to a Hawthorne Drive location to mediate an ongoing dispute between a homeowner and a fisherman. The homeowner was pointing a toy gun at the fisherman. From his boat, the fisherman couldn't tell that the gun was a toy and called police. When police determined that the gun was a toy the fisherman decided not to press charges.

August 31st City of Menasha
Police responded to a report of a theft from a resident on Railroad Street. The resident told responding officers that someone stole a cow statue from her rose garden. The resident described the statue as a black and white cement cow, with the word "GO" written on its side.

September 5th City of Marshfield
A woman called police to report finding a marijuana pipe while sorting her husband's clothes. Police contacted the husband who admitted the marijuana pipe was his. Police are recommending charges be brought against the husband.

September 4th Dane County
An 83-year-old woman had just finished shopping when a 26-year-old woman came up from behind. The stranger punched the 83-year-old woman in the head and grabbed a hold of her purse strap. The 83-year-old woman punched the 26-year-old woman in the face and grappled with her until several people came to her aid, chasing the criminal away. The 83-year-old woman maintained possession of her purse.

August 27th Village of Jackson
An officer was dispatched to the Comfort Inn to meet with a 55-year-old who said that his wife and adult stepdaughter had visited a Peruvian resort where they were given an herbal brew that may have contained a psychedelic compound. The man told officers that the two women are now into Satan and believes his wife is “infecting” him with the devil and attempting to poison him with the Peruvian concoction. After the women returned from their trip they convinced him to go to the same resort and consume the same herbal brew after which, he said, people would come into his room at night flashing lights in his eyes and he saw devils and witches dancing. He then became increasingly agitated and needed to escape and eventually made his way back to his home where he burned his luggage and almost everything associated with his trip to Peru. The man said he then sought help from priests at Holy Hill. He then told his wife that he doesn’t feel safe at home and suggested the two of them seek refuge at the Comfort Inn. The man didn’t receive the solace that he had hoped for because he began getting agitated again and believed that his wife was engaging in satanic rituals and was spiking his cigarettes and tea with the Peruvian herb. The officers were given permission to search the room, including the cigarettes, and nothing suspicious was located.

August 30th City of Waukesha
A man apparently injured himself when he got angry while trying to buy cigarettes a local Walgreens pharmacy and shattered a jar of pennies he brought into Walgreens to pay for a pack of smokes. In the process, the man cut himself on glass from the broken jar and was bleeding in the store. Police were unable find the man, and Walgreens management didn't make a formal complaint.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:48 am Comment On This Post

sep 12th 2016


PUNISHIMENTS FOR MAYOR JIM SCHMITT

10. Lifelong suspension from the Lollypop Guild.

9. Bring tasty snacks to work each day but always put them on a high shelf.

8. Force him to resign from mayor’s office and return to his old job, chasing after the kids who stole his Lucky Charms.

7. Browbeat him by literally beating him with his own enormous eyebrows.

6. Take him down to the ole hollow tree behind the Keebler office and let Ernie and the boys administer some old fashioned elf justice.

5. Remove all the Garanimal tags off his clothing so he can no longer dress himself.

4. Sentence him 5 years to standing directly behind a tall, flatulent man.

3. No more off-o-work-you-go kisses from Snow White, no matter how High the Ho might be.

2. Forcibly shave his eyebrows and use the hair to make fur coats for baboons going through chemo.

1. Put one of those "You must me at least this tall" signs on his wife.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:02 am Comment On This Post

sep 9th 2016
This week’s weenies did the near impossible…they bested Mayor Jim Schmitt for this honor despite him getting busted for accepting illegal campaign donations and falsifying information on his campaign finance reports and amazingly, they did it with a story that is damn near as horrifying as his eyebrows.


Laabs not pictured



We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week… Jonathan Schrap, Shelby Neuens, Nick Laabs, Preston “Bloody Ruckus” Hyde and the so-called “Juggalo’s” from Suamico who reportedly staged their own “ritualistic memorial” to commemorate a fellow fan of the horror core hip-hop act the Insane Clown Possee who died one year prior.

For those still unfamiliar with the story…

Saturday morning the group was discussing blood-letting rituals when Neuens reportedly volunteered to let Schrap drink her blood leading to him using a machete and make an approximate one-inch laceration on her right forearm. While Neuens was bleeding profusely… he filled up a shot glass with her blood and drank it.

Soon after, the group began talking about severing a finger. Again, Neuens volunteered, telling the men they could cut off her pinky. Once again, Schrap grabbed the machete and took the pinky clean off all the way to the palm.” Schrap according to the criminal complaint, then “placed the finger in his freezer where he said he would cook it and eat it later”.

The group then attempted to stop the bleeding by using a car cigarette lighter which failed so they used a blowtorch

So,

For placing the pinky in the freezer to eat later when everyone knows, lady fingers are best served fresh.

For apparently totally misunderstanding what it means for a woman to "give a guy her digits".

And for contradicting the Animaniacs by proving that pinkies and brains don’t always go together.



We are proud to name Jonathan Schrap, Nick Laabs, Preston “Bloody Ruckus” Hyde and the remarkably compliant Shelby Neuens; the reported blood drinking, hand chopping, blowtorch wielding, finger saving Juggalos of Suamico, as this week’s Rick and Len Show…WEENIES OF THE WEEK!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:57 am Comment On This Post

sep 6th 2016


August 14th City of Chilton
A caller on Court Street told police they thought someone was shooting at Sandhill cranes behind their house. Police made contact with the suspect who said he was only shooting at cucumbers, not at cranes.

August 16th City of Neenah
A mail carrier reported seeing a cat inside a parked car on Clairmont Court with no windows open. An officer spoke with the registered owner of the vehicle who informed him that the cat…is fake.

August 21st City of Neenah A caller on East Forest Avenue called police to report that someone entered their vehicle during the night and took a homemade pillow.

August 24th City of Waukesha
A woman called police because she was reportedly worried that while he was "tripping on acid", an unidentified man had stolen some of her personal belongings, then told her he was going to make a voodoo doll of her and burn it.

August 14th City of Glendale
A 79-year-old man demanded authorities move a barricade and allow him to drive his vehicle onto the parade route during the Village Days Parade. The suspect honked his horn multiple times; became loud and boisterous; called an auxiliary police officer a derogatory name; and accused the village of “imprisoning” him for not allowing him to drive around the barricades and onto the parade route. The man was taken into custody and cited for disorderly conduct and unnecessary use of a horn.

August 27th City of Greenfield
Police responded to a report of a man dressed all in black and wearing a clown mask driving recklessly on a moped. Responding officers searched the area but did not find any clowns driving mopeds.

August 24th City of Oak Creek
A man was taken into custody and cited for disorderly conduct for yelling and throwing things at passing vehicles while standing in the middle of the roadway with a shopping cart full of beer.

August 28th City of Franklin
A 46-year-old woman who was found lying in the roadway threatened to kill several witnesses. When asked why she was lying in the roadway, the woman told police she was “trying to work things out with God.”

August 28th City of Oconomowoc
Police were called to the scene of a domestic disturbance. The disturbance began when a 21-year-old man returned home and learned his father had thrown away his bong.

August 24th Village of Pewaukee
A woman called police to report that she was talking to the neighbor man, which his wife didn't like, so the neighbor woman hit her with a pumpkin.

August 29th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called the police to report she was having ongoing problems with her sister's cat.

August 24th 2:00am City of Antigo
Officers responded to a 911 call reporting that a female subject had fallen off a railing. When officers arrived, they found the female, who was apparently intoxicated, had squatted down to urinate over the railing of the stairwell but fell backwards and landed on her head. The woman was transported to the hospital.

August 24th 3:21am City of Antigo
Officers responded to a call from the emergency room at the hospital asking for assistance with the woman who had fallen off the railing while urinating and was now quite agitated and causing a disturbance.

August 26th City of Racine
A 35-year-old man was in court for a July 28th burglary of a liquor store. The man reportedly made off with the cash register, valued at $1000, and its contents believed to be about $300 cash. In the process, the man's likeness was captured on the security camera AND he left behind a T-shirt with his name on it. Using the name on the T-shirt, police were able to match a photo on file to the individual seen on store surveillance video and arrested him.

July 16th City of Verona
Police and sheriff's deputies responded to a rollover crash involving a 25-year-old man. The man was uninjured, and evidence at the scene he indicated that a combination of alcohol and Pokémon GO were a factor.

July 24th City of Verona
A man called police and reported seeing a turtle in a parking lot “running at large”. An officer was able to capture the "running" turtle and released it in a pond.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:44 am Comment On This Post

sep 2nd 2016


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week…29-year-old Terrence Schroeder of Oshkosh who was in court this week facing charges relating to a bomb scare at Wal-Mart back in July. According to police, Schroeder’s debit card was declined at the check-out and had to take money from the ATM to pay for his purchases. After paying, Schroeder allegedly told the clerk “he thought there was a bomb in the back of the store”. Officers were able to identify and locate Schroeder through his debit card number.

According to police, when they confronted him, Schroeder admitted that he thought he could “close down the store and cause chaos” with his comment. He told officers he was frustrated that his card wasn't working and wanted to “frustrate the cashier” as well.

So,

For not realizing that “trying to cause chaos” in a Wal-Mart is like trying to make water wetter.

For thinking the threat of a bomb could keep Wal-Mart shoppers away from deep discounts on white tank t-shirts and five gallon drums of cheesy puffs.

And for reportedly using a bomb threat to try to “frustrate the cashier” at Wal-Mart when asking for change for dollar probably would have worked just as well.

We are proud to name Terrence Schroeder of Oshkosh as this week’s Rick and Len Show…WEENIE OF THE WEEK!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:19 am Comment On This Post