November 13th City of Neenah
A caller on Bergstrom Road told police that a male who was just terminated had threatened to come back and cut off someone’s hands with a machete. The former employee was mad because someone had taken his soda.
November 29th Village of Port Edwards
A man called police to report a two-year-old poked his seven-year-old with a stick. The two-year-old was not charged.
November 22nd City of Waukesha
7A caller reported that a juvenile was alone inside a SUV at Taco Bell for more than 15 minutes honking the horn at Taco Bell. When police arrived the vehicle was unoccupied, and the juvenile was inside the restaurant with his parents. The juvenile told police he was upset because he wanted Cousins instead of Taco Bell so he stayed in the vehicle and honked the horn. The parents told police their solution will be to take him to Cousins when they are done at Taco Bell.
December 2nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police to report finding a cigarette butt in his driveway despite the fact that no one at his home smokes.
November 14th City of Waukesha
A caller reported a woman with no teeth was wiggling the door handle to her apartment. The caller indicated this has been an ongoing problem.
November 18th City of Waukesha
A woman reported to police that a man stole her driver's license and wallet a week ago and that this has been an ongoing problem the past 25 years.
November 17th City of Waukesha
A woman called police because she thought someone was walking around inside her house. When police arrived, the woman immediately apologized and said she must have been dreaming.
November 22nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police and reported someone took his binoculars from his tree stand. The man told police he followed some tracks in the snow and heard another man yell "Hey, looking for your binoculars?"
November 21st City of Oak Creek
A resident reported some unidentified person was banging on her windows and doors at about 6:45pm. The victim stated the same thing occurred the night before, and that someone had vomited on her porch. The responding officer checked the outside of the residence but could not find any damage. He did, however, find a gift card on the porch with a note attached that read, "Sorry for the throw up".
November 9th City of Neenah
A woman called police to report someone was ringing her doorbell over and over and knocking and would not go away. She did not answer the door. Police found a female sleeping in a car outside the home. The woman turned out to be the caller’s sister-in-law who just wanted a place to sleep.
November 10th City of Menasha
Police were called to Maplewood Middle School after a juvenile allegedly took a sandwich from the lunchroom, concealed it under his lunch tray and left, making no attempt to pay. The middle school student said he had no money to pay for it. The lunch staff asked him to go to the office but he refused and had to be escorted there where he admitted to stealing the sandwich to police.
November 26th City of Portage
Police responded to an incident at Walmart. An adult and two teenagers allegedly sprayed a liquid dust cleaner onto the floor, causing it to be very slippery and argued loudly with store employees when confronted.
November 27th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police at 8:14 PM and reported snowplows were disturbing the peace.
November 25th Village of Junction City
A 31-year-old man called sheriff's deputies to report that he was upset about receiving junk mail.