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sep 30th 2013


September 23rd City of Waukesha
Police were called to the library on a report of a man wearing a mask and telling people he wants to change their diaper. Police advised the man on his unusual behavior and told him that wearing masks in public will draw attention.

September 14th City of Menasha
Officers were dispatched to a tavern on Tayco Street for a report of someone taking money from a tip jar. The bartender said a man let himself behind the bar and started pouring drinks. When the bartender noticed, she told him he had to leave. A short time later, she noticed $10 missing from the tip jar. Police found the man and searched him, but didn’t find the $10.00.

September 21st City of Portage
Police received a report of a man illegally trying to enter a locked retail store. The man, who registered a blood-alcohol concentration of .328 percent, mistook the store for his home.

September 27th Village of Port Edwards
A man called police and reported "having bad thoughts" at a park. An officer gave the man a ride.

September 15th City of Brown Deer
A woman was arrested for disorderly conduct after making threats because she was unhappy with her take-out order from Applebee’s. The woman had ordered spinach dip and when she got home it was cold so she called the restaurant demanding a refund. When told she could get a new order but not a refund, she returned yelling and swearing threatening to cause damage. When asked to settle down, the woman replied, "I can do what I want."

September 21st City of Germantown
A resident of an apartment building called police to report he heard a group of elderly females in the community room discussing "what a drunk he is," and would like an officer to respond to stop the rumors before they escalated. The responding officer made contact with the caller and one of the females, and both were advised to stop interacting with each other.

September 22nd City of Waukesha
Police were called to unplug a curling iron. The caller said they left for the airport for a week-long trip and realized they forgot to unplug their curling iron and were hoping police could help. Police reported the curling iron was successfully unplugged.  

September 28th City of Nekoosa
A  resident reported all the mailbox flags were up on mailboxes on her block. As a result, the caller’s mother was afraid to open her mailbox.

September 27th Town of Saratoga
A caller reported seeing a man on a horse was chasing another horse. Deputies determined the man was trying catch a runaway horse. 

September 28th City of Nekoosa
A woman called police and reported her son had called about four hours before, saying he would be home in about 10 to 15 minutes but that he had not yet returned home. The woman later called back to say her son had been out milking cows with a friend. 

September 19th Town of Dexter
A woman called the sheriff’s department and reported receiving a "scary" scam call. The call came from New York. Deputies told the woman they would NOT be going to New York to knock on that person’s door and tell them to stop.

September 18th City of Menomonee Falls
The owner of Thomas Orthodontics called police to report an unknown subject had illegally left food scraps on his property at. The caller told police he was having ongoing issues with this problem since Aug. 20, 2012, and during the latest incident an entire crock pot with chicken soup remnants was left at the front door of his business. This was the fourth documented complaint of a similar nature since 2012.

September 29th Town of Hubbard
A woman called the sheriff’s department to report seeing what she believed to be an alligator running in a corn field.

September 24th City of Beaver Dam
A called notified police of seeing a man swearing and singing to himself and then went into a house. Police contacted the man and found everything was okay.

September 22nd  City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report the smell of charcoal and lighter fluid. A responding officer discovered that the smell was from her neighbors were barbecuing .

September 25th City of Manitowoc
Police arrested a 44-year-old man on Mirro Drive after two people called to complain that he was walking around outside naked, urinating in a fire pit and playing his music too loud. When officers arrived, they could see the man naked in his bedroom through an open window. He put on his shorts, came outside and denied being outside in the nude. He told police he had been drinking bourbon.

September 23rd City of Waukesha
Police were called about a suspicious person. The caller said the man was laying down next to their car with a plastic bag and a large butcher knife. Police found the man who had fake knives for Halloween and said he had just laid down next to the car because he wanted to rest. 

September 21st City of Portage
Police were called to the scene of a disturbance at the Spinning Wheels Skate Center roller rink. A 34-year old woman was ordered to appear in court on a charge of battery to a child after police said she intentionally stuck out her arm and clothes-lined a an 11-year-old boy causing him to fall and bite his lip.

September 23rd Town of Lebanon
A woman called the sheriff’s department to report a theft. She told a deputy someone stole green beans from her freezer.

posted by: Rick and Len at 10:32 am Comment On This Post

sep 6th 2013


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week…Mark Utsby, the former technology coordinator for the Random Lake School District who yesterday was charged with felony theft for allegedly stealing iPads and other tablet computers from the district. And when I say iPads and other tablet computers, I mean over FIVE HUNDRED iPads and other tablet computers…valued at about $180,000.

District officials reportedly told investigators that Utsby abruptly had “resigned last week and that they were aware he’d been having money troubles in recent months, while staff members had voiced concerns about him acting ‘weird.’”

So,

For allegedly taking 300 tablets from the school district when even Moses only took two down from the mountain.

For reportedly stealing iPads which could get him locked up in a place where he’ll be the Apple of some bigger inmate’s eye for several year.

And for actions that even other Sheboygan County residents thought was weird which is like being a Kardashian and doing something that makes your sisters think you’re the slutty one.

We are proud to name Mark Utsby who allegedly stole over 500 tablet computers from the Random Lake School District as this week’s Rick and Len Show…WEENIE OF THE WEEK!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:39 am Comment On This Post

sep 3rd 2013


August 3rd City of Menasha
An officer responded to a report of a heated verbal argument between and man and wife that started because her brother made an offensive comment about Bears fans in front of his children. The wife told the officer they are “having trouble adjusting after moving here from Chicago five days ago”.

August 28th City of Shawano
Police and an ambulance were dispatched to a home of South Lincoln Street where a woman was struck with a broomstick while trying to break up a fight between her two sons. The son were reportedly fighting over the possession of 3 cigarettes.

August 17th City of Menasha
An officer responded a Ninth Street resident who called to report birds making excessive noise.

August 31st City of Marshfield
A resident called police to report the suspicious behavior of an unknown male. The caller reported the man would frequently bring items to her residence while occasionally wearing a fake beard and wig.

August 24th City of Beaver Dam
A caller reported a man on the front porch of a property kicking a bicycle chained to a porch. The caller asked the man what he was doing and he told him to “never mind” and then left in his vehicle. Police made contact with the man and he denied being at the residence.   

August 4th City of Menasha
A resident called police to report a group of three children were on his property, one of whom pooped on his porch.

August 24th City of Marshfield
A caller reported a 54-year-old neighbor was shouting inside his home and seemed to be arguing with someone. The man locked the door and refused to speak to officers who arrived on the scene. He was arrested when he attempted to exit the home but resisted and attempted to break free from the arresting officers. Police were not able to locate anyone else inside the home and it is believed he may have been arguing with himself.

August 28th Town of Beaver Dam
A woman called police to report a couple she did not know came to her door looking for cigarettes. When a deputy located the couple, they explained that they had gotten lost walking from the hospital, were in need of cigarettes and just thought they could locate some in the trailer park where the caller live.

July 26th City of Menasha
A 71-year-old Menasha woman called 911 more than 150 times since April. The woman reportedly called 911 regularly — sometimes several times a day — and hung up the phone when a dispatcher answered. When Menasha police called back to make sure everything was all right, the woman would deny having placed a call.

August 22nd City of Franklin
A resident called police to report that a maroon van with Voodoo dolls in it and dirty underwear hanging in the back was driving around the parking lot at gas station. Police found the van in a nearby parking lot and questioned the driver, who explained she was looking at the business because she was possibly buying it. She had no explanation for her Voodoo dolls and dirty underwear.   

August 25th Town of Beaver Dam
A resident called police to report finding an unknown woman cleaning the caller's vehicle. The woman was reportedly intoxicated and believed the vehicle she was cleaning was her own.

August 25th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police to report a man would not leave his residence despite being asked to do so. The man told a responding officer he couldn’t leave the residence because he had a headache.  

August 24th Town of Theresa
A man called police to report that sometime during the night… someone painted his mailbox.

July 28th City of Waupun
Police responded to a report of a man and woman having sex on the corner of East Main and Mill Streets. The responding officer observed a man and woman pressed up against a building. The woman swore at the officer and laughed while trying to put her clothes back on. The man, who was pantsless, with his genitals exposed, refused to identify himself and told the officer he was invoking his fourth, fifth and six amendment rights.

August 21st City of Oak Creek
A 44-year-old man was arrested after a witness reported that he was walking around naked near the tree line. Responding officers found the man was not naked. He just looked naked because he was only wearing a light pink thong.  
August 25th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An anonymous caller reported a vehicle traveling through the city that had children sitting on the floor because they were wearing wet swimming suits. 

August 25th City of Waukesha
Police were dispatched to a report of three men jumping on top of a Maserati in a car dealership lot. When police arrived they found the men who said they were up-and-coming rap artists filming a video for their latest rap song.

August 27th Town of Seneca
Police received a phone call from a man who said he accidentally stabbed himself in the leg AND set himself on fire. The call was discovered to be unfounded. 

August 21st City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report there were animals in her house and she would like a net put over them. The woman said there was one small animal by her washer and another one sitting on her purse. An officer checked the woman’s home and assured her there were no animals in the house.

August 23rd City of Greenfield
Police responded to a report of an argument between a man and a woman. The two told police they got into an argument over their children throwing sand at each other.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:29 am Comment On This Post

aug 23rd 2013


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Weenie of the Week…whomever stole the defibrillator from the Fugleberg boat launch in Oshkosh. It was one of 24 automated external defibrillator purchased through a community fund raising drive and one of 10 placed around town to save the lives of persons in cardiac arrest.  

So,

For both stealing a life saving device and proving some people’s lives don’t deserved to be saved.

For not behaving like decent human beings…which might be a bigger shock than you could get from the defibrillator.

And for stealing something for which they certainly have no use since they clearly have no heart…which would be

Like Larry Flynt stealing dancing shoes.

Like Barbara Walters stealing tampons.

Like Justin Bieber stealing a belt hanger.

Like Bradley Manning stealing a suitcase…and men’s clothing.

Like Jay Cutler stealing a jockstrap.

Like the Duggar family stealing birth control.

Like the Vikings stealing trophy polish.

Like the Duck Dynasty guys stealing aftershave.

We are proud to name whomever stole the defibrillator from the Fugleberg boat launch in Oshkosh as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:17 am Comment On This Post

aug 21st 2013



OUTAGAMIE COUNTY DIRECTOR OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT JULIE LOEFFELHOLZ'S OTHER EXCUSES FOR NOT ACTIVATING THE SIRENS

10. “My dog ate my activation button.” 

9. “The storm was at 12:30 in the morning and I was afraid those noisy sirens might wake someone”.

8. “Didn’t realize managing response to emergencies was responsibility of Director of Emergency Management.”

7. “I did activate the sirens, but being exposed to all that loud music during Mile of Music left most county residents too deaf to hear them. Oh wait, the storm was before Mile of Music. Oops. Never mind.” 

6. “Was watching a rerun of my favorite episode of Nancy Grace, the one where she was upset about something and didn’t hear the storm approaching.” 

5. “The storm did not occur during regular business hours and Outagamie County had not authorized overtime.”

4. “Pushed the wrong button repeatedly. Turned out I wasn’t activating the sirens, I was just playing with myself.” 

3. “Activation button not easy to find when you have your head up your ass”.

2. “I’m a big Packer fan and figured if I really dropped the ball people would think I’m Jermichael Finley”.

1. “I was in my basement for my safety because, in case you hadn’t heard, there was a big storm coming.”
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

aug 20th 2013


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week… The Manitowoc Department of Human Service who (as best as I can tell from the Herald Times article) are the ones who attach the ankle monitor bracelets to juveniles in secure home detention. They are so chosen as Weenies of the Week after a 16-year Manitowoc boy allegedly burglarized a neighbor’s home on Saturday taking an iPad while he was wearing an ankle monitor bracelet.

The monitor bracelet didn’t register anything as suspicious since they had apparently set it to allow the boy to roam 150 feet around the residence. The neighbor’s home was only about 30 feet away giving him about 120 feet of leeway. After the incident, a worker reset the monitor bracelet, so the boy could only roam 75 feet…which, by my calculations, means he would still have about 45 feet of leeway if he wanted the break into the neighbor’s again. (That ought to hold ‘em!)

Of course, there is no way the Manitowoc Department of Human Service could have known the boy might be trouble other than the fact that police records show that since 2005, there have been... 216 police calls involving the same juvenile!!!

So,

For giving the kid enough rope to hang THEMSELVES.

For being as clueless as a cold case file.

And for having a harder time seeing this coming than Stevie Wonder with a bag over his head despite it being as predictable as an episode of Murder She Wrote.

We are proud to name the Manitowoc Department of Human Service as this week's Rick and Len Show…Weenies of the Week!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:24 am Comment On This Post

aug 19th 2013

August 12th City of Portage
Police cited a man who made in abrupt U-turn to yell and swear at a driver  who stopped to allow a turtle to cross the road.

July 24th City of Chilton
A girl wanted to speak to an officer because her friend threw a rock at a duckling. It is unclear as to whether or not the rock struck the duck.

August 11th City of Marshfield
A 19-year-old man was cited for disorderly conduct after he upset two women by dancing under a parking lot light while wearing thong underwear with small American flags attached to the front and back. The man admitted to police that his actions were inappropriate.

August 13th Village of Stratford
Police responded to a report of a 45-year-old man who loosely wrapped his dog in blue packing tape. The man initially told police he let his dog out of this fenced backyard and someone took it. He said he searched for the dog and when he found it, it was wrapped in the blue packing tape. The man eventually admitted that he actually wrapped the dog in blue packing tape himself. The dog was not injured in the incident. The man blamed his actions on "personal issues".

August 7th City of Waukesha
A dispatcher received an open 911 call and heard “a lot of yelling and laughing but also hearing someone say something about getting a knife and another say he would get his gun.” When police arrived at the house, they found a man who accidentally dialed 911 on cell phone while he and others were playing video games.

August 8th City of Waukesha
A caller reported seeing a man walking back and forth between Subway and George Webb’s yelling at people through the windows. When police found the man, he said he was just “thinking out loud.” George Webb staff said the man was in a bad mood, but had not caused any problems.

August 8th City of Waukesha
A caller told police that they found a note in their mailbox that said, “Sorry for stealing from you. I love you and you’re amazing” along with $30 cash. The caller was advised to check if anything had been stolen and to call back. Police also advised them to check if the $30 is counterfeit.

August 12 City of Beaver Dam
Police responded to a report of a man dressed in women's clothing taking pictures of himself in the lingerie section of ShopKo.
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:00 am Comment On This Post

aug 10th 2013
An almost perfect Sturgis bike rally day, WAPL style. It started with a plan to ride the Spearfish Canyon.That meant first finding Nemo. Nemo, South Dakota. No problem there but the left turn from Nemo Road to Nemo Road got missed. That's not a typo. That meant we lost Nemo already. I can't dial in my usually automatic compass after fully one billion sharp turns. The photo here is the stop we made to make sure we were onto Nemo's trail again. So on to Deadwood, another missed turn and backtrack in Lead and we found it It was such an invigorating ride up the gorgeous Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway. Cruising at slow speed alongside babbling brooks within canyon walls geologically older than the Grand recharges a guy.

Rolled into Sturgis with an idea...put the broadcast unit in my backpack with microphone and headphone wires coming out of it (don't try this in an airport) so I could be on the air from anywhere, even while moving. It worked like a charm.

I chatted up the owner of the famous Knuckles saloon whose wife is from Stevens Point. This is the bar which puts up a boxing ring and invites bikers to fight each other. He told me that they don't let drunk people into the ring but wouldn't you sort of have to be?

I also had a bouncer and pretty waitress on the air. And some cops. All while the sound of thousands of bikes provided a fitting soundtrack.

After the show we found a bench on a corner of Main Street and sat there for an hour watching the freak show and admiring the stunning motorcycles going by in an endless procession. You have to take time to smell the roses. And Harley exhaust.

We had to hang tight for awhile because of heavy storms in the area but we managed to avoid the worst of it. That's been my good luck on the entire trip. Thank you, biker gods.

No work on tap for day four except to post some insightful words and inspiring pictures later. Mount Rushmore, the Crazy Horse Memorial, Needles Highway, Sylvan Lake and Custer State Park are all on the route we have planned. Stay tuned. 

posted by: Rick and Len at 1:23 pm Comment On This Post

aug 9th 2013
Joined Rick and Ross for an underwear-clad appearance on the radio followed by a marginal free flophouse breakfast which included a European lady, German maybe, who was just dominating the toaster area. Have to when surrounded by folks who, while as good and kind as anyone, are all wearing black shirts splashed with colorful words and pictures and all expressing the same thing. But everyone here IS sharing the same thing. Sturgis.

The communal and almost opiate nature of maybe 400,000 people connected by love of motorcycling and the instruments by which it is practiced must be a powerful glue because I interacted with nothing but friendly, engaging and pretty damned interesting people.

That so relatively few arrests and crimes (other`than those sort of things which might be criminal in most other instances but aren't when here) is a testament to hope that humans can coexist even when thrust together in the sometimes trying circumstance that crowds of this size present. Sort of like hippies, really. Only with bikes, not vans. But the twain do mix at Bike Week...and pretty well.
Okay, enough philosophical waxing for cripe's sake.

Had`a spectacular ride to Deadwood in the morning cool of slightly higher elevation. Short sleeves were enough. A chicken fried steak lunch (GRAVY!) served by an instantly joyous waitress with brown eyes as big around as the cholesterol number I was attaining instantly.

Out of Deadwood at a leisurely pace to Sturgis and the Full Throttle Saloon. Instant familiarity after three full days there last year. I told the office security woman who I was without saying, "Don't you know who I am?" and she radioed Jesse from Jackyl. In about two seconds she said go through the backstage gate. I did and got a warm welcome from Jesse. He said go ahead and set up in the Puh Pow Saloon. Yeah. Puh Pow!

Told tales with John and Elwood (I'll join them again Friday from 3 to 5). Saw incredible things which defy explanation.  Pictures sometimes say more than words and these certainly leave me without many words which would help.

So I guess I look nervous in pictures with pretty and outgoing girls.I get it. But don't mind the dork...enjoy the pretty girls. And the weird ones.
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:28 am Comment On This Post

aug 9th 2013



We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week…Green Bay Packer Jermichael Finley who started throwing wild roundhouse punches at teammates during practice in training camp this week. Fortunately, he failed to make contact, but still…not wise!

So,

For throwing punches and risking injury to the hands he needs to not catch passes with.

For trying to punch a teammate but having that opportunity, not surprisingly, slip right through his fingers.

And for learning that it’s a lot harder to drop an opponent with one hand than it is to drop a ball with two.

We are proud to name Packer Jermichael Finley as this week’s Rick and Len Show…WEENIE OF THE WEEK!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:40 am Comment On This Post

aug 8th 2013
Because I got delayed by storms in Minnesota, some of them similar to the ones back home, it was a 17-hour trip here. I arrived too late to get to Sturgis in time for the Afternoon Road Show so I set up in my Rapid City hotel room and did the show from there.


My brother and I then got on the bikes and headed to action central. We rode through Vanocker Canyon to Sturgis and it was very cool. All hills and curves.

We met up with my cousin Kevin who is working here with Victory and Indian motorcycles. We had dinner with Kev at One Eyed Jacks.

We then wandered Main Street and took in the sights and, unfortunately, the smells of the 73rd Annual Bike Rally. There is excellent freak watching here. Who hauls a bike trailer full of wiener dogs to Sturgis? Then back to Rapidin this yea City for some much needed lie down prone time.

Day two will bring a morning ride, perhaps to Sylvan Lake and then into Sturgis to seek out Jesse James DuPree from Jackyl. He feigned real excitement at Rock USA when he learned that I was going to be here again this year. He's in residence at the Full Throttle Saloon as usual. We might catch the Jackyl show there Thursday night...or maybe Skynyrd elsewhere.

Then again, I might need more fish and, um, chips!
posted by: Rick and Len at 1:40 pm Comment On This Post

aug 5th 2013


July 19th City of Neenah
Police responded to a report of a disturbance on Winneconne Avenue. When they arrived, a man would not allow officers to enter the home. An officer finally kicked in the door and discovered...two teenage girls arguing about a cell phone.

July 26th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police responded to a report of a bag of vomit and needles. (Vomit and Needles – bad name for a band. Worse name for an entrée.)

July 26th City of Wausau
Police officers armed with assault rifles responded to a report of a man being held hostage. The man had sent a text to his mother asking her to wire some money because he was being held with a gun to his head. Police cordoned off the neighborhood for more than an hour before learning there was no gun and no hostage. Just a guy trying to trick his mother into giving him some money.

July 27th City of Marshfield
Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress. A 47-year-old woman reportedly became agitated and attacked a 38-year-old man. The woman was transported to the hospital after accidentally punching herself in the face.

July 19th City of Menasha
Police responded to a drug complaint. The man who called police told him that he had tried to buy marijuana from another person but the person failed to give him the marijuana he purchased.

July 30th Village of Port Edwards
A woman called the sheriff's department to report her teenage son threw a chair in the oven.

July 30th Town of Saratoga
A man walking in the woods called authorities to report encountering a cow named... Trixie.

July 29th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Officers who responded to a hold up alarm at an area restaurant, found an employee who had gotten stuck in the freezer and pulled the alarm to have someone come get him out.

July 26th City of Waukesha
A man called police to report strange and frightening noises outside his apartment. The culprit was identified as a bullfrog.

July 30th City of Waukesha
Police investigated a report of a man making employees at a Mobile station feel uncomfortable. Employees called police to say the man kept staring in the store and making Star Wars references by asking employees to join him on the “dark side.”

July 30th City of Waukesha
An officer reported disorderly conduct by the owner of a bicycle shop after he observed the man making rude gestures out the windows of his business at the passing officer. According to the officer, he was patrolling downtown and saw the bicycle shop owner, “jumping up and down in the front window of his store making obscene gestures and screaming obscenities.” The officer said the man would not exit his store to speak with him about what had angered him.

August 1st Town of Grand Rapids (Wood County)
A woman called police to report she believed her son might be drinking while playing mini golf.

July 27th City of Waukesha
A man called police asking them to remove his girlfriend from his residence because, “she is driving him crazy with gossip.”

July 27th City of Waukesha
An employee at the Academy Hair Salon called police to report a disorderly woman who became angry and started yelling and cursing and refused to leave because stylists were unable to dye her hair the color she requested.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:56 am Comment On This Post

jul 26th 2013
We are proud to name as this weeks Rick and Len Show 'WEENIE OF THE WEEK’…

MILWAUKEE BREWER’S LEFT FIELDER AND 2011 MLB MVP LYIN’ RYAN BRAUN.

Who after vehemently denying taking anything into his body and definitely 'betting his life on it'...now admits to... well nothing … except 'not being perfect' and becoming the first MVP to be suspended by Major League Baseball for using performance enhancing drugs.

SO…

-FOR TURNING A M.V.P. INTO A M.V.P.E.D…

-FOR BEING MORE HOPPED UP THAN THE BREWERY ACROSS THE STREET…

-FOR NOW HAVING TO CHANGE HIS NICKNAME FROM ‘THE HEBREW HAMMER’ TO THE ‘JEWISH JUICER‘…

-FOR HAVING MORE TESTOSTERONE IN HIS SYSTEM THAN ANY OTHER MAN IN MILWAUKEE SINCE JEFFERY DAHMER…

-AND FOR FORCING BOB UECKER TO CHANGE HIS FAMOUS HOME RUN CALL TO … “HEY… GET UP… GET UP… GET OUTTA’ HERE BRAUN!”

We are proud to name this Milwaukee Brewer Ryan Bruan as this week's Rick and Len Show …. ‘WEENIE OF THE WEEK.’
posted by: Rick and Len at 2:49 pm Comment On This Post

jul 19th 2013


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Weenie of the Week…me…Rick McNeal, who committed the egregious sin of having a call-in yesterday about how funny it was that while Rock USA is in progress here, Len had to go to Minneapolis to take his daughter to see the boy band One Direction. This inspired the wrath of Len, who on Facebook posted “Just to be clear...I am NOT attending the One Direction concert. Just dropping off and picking up the girls. Got it? Man, I work with some dicks! If Rick, or anyone else at the station could get a woman to have sex with them (without cash changing hands), they might understand that Dads sometimes sacrifice for their offspring as opposed to being smug poopy heads.”

So…

For failing to show the proper compassion to a poor man who has clearly been so traumatized by spending time at a One Direction show he’s been reduced to using words like “poopy heads”.

For not knowing that 6.2 billion pounds of onions are grown each year in the US which accounts for 1.6% of the world onion acreage, and produces about 4% of the world's annual onion supply and that the ONE thing all those onions have in common is that none of them have skins thinner than Len’s.

And for not understanding that Len was in the land of 10,000 Lakes where they must also have plenty of beaches which would explain why the poor bastard couldn’t keep all that sand out of his vagina.

I am proud to name myself…Rick McNeal...for being so callous as to think it was amusing that Len was missing Rock USA because he had to take his daughter to a boy band show, as this week’s Rick and Len Show…WEENIE OF THE WEEK!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:43 am Comment On This Post

jul 15th 2013


July 4th City of Greendale
Police were called to break up an altercation at an  Independence Day celebration where two men got into a fight during a pie-eating contest. Police advised both subjects on proper pie-eating contest etiquette, and officers told one of the subjects to leave the park for the day and not return.

July 5th  City of Waupun
A woman called police to report that someone rang her door bell at 11:45 p.m. and ran away leaving behind one goldfish. The caller asked for extra patrols in her neighborhood.

July 11th City of Shawano
A 911 dispatcher reported receiving a call from a woman who told her "I didn't dial 911. I just picked up my phone. Don't waste anyone's time coming out here. I don't know why the phone called you."

June 24th Town of Menasha
A Southwood Drive resident called police to report that sometime overnight his mailbox was taken off the post and thrown through his basketball hoop.

July 6th City of Wisconsin Rapids
The manager of a grocery store called police to report some of his customers just left the store, took several spare tires out of their car and left them in the store parking lot to make room in the vehicle for their groceries.

June 30th City of Brillion
A caller on County highway H told police someone came on their property and looked at their flowers. The caller was upset that the flower-looker indicated he was going to come back and take some of the flowers and have them tested.

June 18th Town of New Holstein
Police received a call from a homeowner on County HH. The caller was suspicious of a male subject who was at his house and said he was walking home from town and being followed by a bear.

July 8th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report her neighbors are space aliens. The woman did not explain why she believed this to be the case.

June 28th City of Brown Deer
A man was arrested for disorderly conduct after yelling profanities and throwing food and plates at Applebee’s. The man said he was upset with the manager when he couldn’t “bring more fish home.” The manager explained this was an “all you can eat fish fry” night but customers had to eat at the restaurant and no takeouts were allowed.

June 8th City of Oak Creek
A woman called police to report a possible UFO after she saw strange lights "flashing in the air". The caller stated the lights were suspicious because they continued to make different patterns in the sky. An officer responded to the area and reported it appeared the lights were from some type of rotating device to attract people to a grand opening or special sale at a business.

July 11th City of Shawano
A 911 dispatcher reported receiving a call from a woman who told her "I didn't dial 911. I just picked up my phone. Don't waste anyone's time coming out here. I don't know why the phone called you."

July 7th City of Shawano
Police received a call from a resident asking them to dispatch officers. The caller told police "something is going on that shouldn't be going on" and hung up without giving any other details.

June 29th City of Fox Lake
A police officer encountered a 33-year-old man urinating in a parking lot. The police officer gave the man a warning and informed him that Fox Lake does now have indoor plumbing.

July 1st City of Cudahy
An apartment was entered without the sole resident’s permission, sometime between noon and 2 pm. Nothing was reported stolen from the apartment. The only evidence of the break-in was in the bathtub, where the intruder left a bar of soap and miscellaneous hair.

July 8th City of Waukesha
A resident called police with concerns about a suspicious man walking down the street holding his hand over his face as if he was injured. When police located the man he said he often covers his face because he doesn't like people looking at him because when they see him they get hostile toward him. He said he feels the hostility is primarily because of, "his self-admitted good looks and eastern European descent."

June 30th City of Menasha
Officers responded to a bar on Fourth Street for a report of people who were refusing to leave. The bartender said she informed the patrons of last call TWICE before she asked them to leave. Two women refused to leave until after they finished their drinks and all the songs they had paid for had played on the jukebox.

July 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a man delivering a weekly advertising publication was “smarting off” to him after the caller asked the man to put it in the delivery box and not just “chuck it.”
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jul 12th 2013


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Weenies of the Week…the Southern Wisconsin couple, 18-year-old Michael Cegers and 20-year-old Jessica Hurley-Smith, who were arrested this week after leaving their 9 month old son alone in a hot car parked outside an Illinois adult party store while they went inside and shopped for sex toys. The couple explained that they didn’t have a choice since the sex shop had a sign clearly posted that no one under the age of 18 is allowed inside the store.

So,

For leaving their baby in a hot car while they shopped in a place that sells inflatable dolls that have about the same amount of air in their heads than both of them.

For proving once again that while you need a license to drive a car, buy a dog, or catch a fish but any a-hole can have a child and then go to a store and buy a latex one.

And for not taking their baby inside a sex shop, where no matter what they had in stock, there was no risk whatsoever of the child seeing any dildos bigger than his parents.

We are proud to name the Southern Wisconsin couple, 18-year-old Michael Cegers and 20-year-old Jessica Hurley-Smith, who left their baby in a hot car for 20 minutes while she shopped in a sex store as this week's Rick and Len Show....WEENIES OF THE WEEK!
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jul 8th 2013


June 29th City of Waupun
A woman on Cochran Street called police to report seeing a man sitting on a curb and...doing nothing. Investigating officers found the man was just delivering newspapers when he ran out and was now waiting for someone to bring him more. After officers departed the scene, the man resumed...doing nothing.

July 3rd Village of Eland
A woman called police to report that her stepdaughter is causing a disturbance. The caller told police the  angry stepdaughter was standing in the driveway where she was loudly swearing because someone left a cake in the refrigerator. The same caller also indicated that her son had thrown sand in a pitcher of beer at a baseball game.

June 3rd City of Chilton
An employee of a convenience store on  East Chestnut Street called police to report a man stole one can of beer from the cooler. The culprit was apparently wearing latex gloves so as not to leave any fingerprints.

June 7th Village of Harrison
Police received a report of a suspicious person selling children's books door-to-door on Sweet William Drive. The caller told police the man's eye contact and body language made them very uncomfortable. The man also had a very well-drawn map which the caller seemed to think was very strange

June 30th Town of Beaver Dam
A 57-year-old woman called police to report that a 60-year-old man was threatening to toss her bricks into a field. Contact was made with both parties and the man was warned about his behavior.

July 2nd City of Shawano
Police received a report of a bunch of people on Butternut Road "all driving like a-holes".

June 29th City of Portage
Police received a report of a man who took a sub sandwich in the bathroom of a business and then attempt to leave with it in his pants. Investigating officers found two empty mayonnaise packets on the bathroom floor.

June 23rd City of Glendale
Police and firefighters responded to a fire alarm at an apartment building. A 61-year-oldwoman told police she pulled the alarm because she was locked out of her apartment. When told that wasn’t what the fire alarm was for and she would be cited, she said she wasn’t worried because what else was she supposed to do.

June 30th City of Germantown
A woman called police to report two people “engaged in a sexual act” on the soccer field.

June 8th City of Oak Creek
Someone stole seven ceramic dwarfs, valued at $100, from a yard leaving behind a ceramic Snow White.

July 1st City of Waukesha
A man was taken into custody for disorderly conduct after threatening an employee at a pizza place. The employee told police the man told her, “Once I get down there, you will not be able to walk out the door".  The caller was reportedly angry with her because she could not hear him over the phone and asked him to repeat himself.

July 5th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police to report he found a loaded clip to a gun behind a washing machine. Responding officers identified the loaded gun clip as actually being a cigarette lighter.
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jul 1st 2013



June 14th City of Menasha
Police responded to a gas station on a report of a man acting strangely. The caller told police the man was sitting on the pump stands and when asked to leave refused. When police arrived, the man told officers he was upset because the gas station employee called him "'Sir', and in reality, his ancestors date back to the Queen of England so this makes him an Esquire", not a "sir".  Police told the "Esquire" to leave the premises.

June 30th City of Sheboygan
Police received a report of a juvenile stomping on the roof of a car on 6th Street. Police discovered the boy was just stomping on the car to help his dad get the convertible top closed.

June 26 Village of Tigerton
A caller on County Trunk M reported a bull chasing their grandchildren.

June 25th City of Shawano
Police responded to a report of a man  kicking trees on East Green Bay Street. The man told the responding officer that it was part of his MMA fight training. The officer suggested the man train elsewhere and noted that for an MMA fighter the man did not have very good balance.

June 25th City of Shawano
Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of a car that drove into a swampy area on North Cattau Beach Drive. The driver told deputies she lost control of the car while trying to swat a bee. The woman was not injured. The police report failed to state the condition of the bee.

June 27th City of Shawano
An employee of a business on South Main street called police to report an eight-year-old boy who refused to leave the store. The employee told police the boy was wearing a backpack, sitting on the floor in the middle of the store and would not move.

June 22nd City of Marshfield
A 19-year-old Neillsville man was cited for theft after allegedly stealing a piece of framed artwork that was hanging in the men's room of the Kentucky Fried Chicken.

June 22nd City of Marshfield
A woman on South Locust Avenue called police to report someone had entered her home and poured themselves a big bowl of cereal and water.

June 26th  Village of Port Edwards
A man called police to report a car pulled into his driveway and the driver looked in his window and knocked on his door. Officers determined that the driver was a pizza delivery man trying to locate the correct address.

June 15th City of Mequon
A 52-year-old man was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct after fighting with another man. The man, who was intoxicated, became angry when he found ferrets in a cage in the victim’s car saying they shouldn’t be locked up. He removed the cage and then attacked the victim. No injuries were reported.

June 21st City of Waukesha
Police responded to a report of two little girls seen putting ducklings in a lunch box. Police made contact with the two little girls who had two baby ducks in their lunchbox that police released. Police advised the girls against putting baby waterfowl in their lunchboxes.
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jun 27th 2013


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jun 25th 2013

June 13th City of Waupun
Officers stopped two 18-year-old man who we're DRIVING a couch down Main Street. The men had put the couch on a frame with wheels, attached a gas-powered motor and were moving it from one house to another. The couch also had a sign on the back reading "Caution. Slow moving object." (not the couch pictured!)

June 6th City of Menasha
A Mathewson Street woman reported that her neighbor was moving things on her property. Police contacted the neighbor, who admitted to moving bread so she would not have to look at it out of her window. However, the neighbor said the woman and man at the residence purposely throw bird seed on her roof to antagonize her. The woman who called police admitted the behavior and both she and the man were issued warnings for disorderly conduct.

June 17th City of Shawano
Police were called to an East Richmond Street location where a resident complained about the smell of bad toast. When officers arrived, they were unable to locate the smell of bad toast, however, they did smell that was believe to be marijuana.

June 13th City of Shorewood
A woman called 911 to report that someone in her building was snoring so loudly it was keeping her awake. The woman told the 911 dispatcher that she needs to get at least12 hours of sleep every night. The caller was informed this was not a police matter.

June 14th City of Germantown
A resident called police to report her neighbor was in his own yard and looked in her direction but DID NOT ACKNOWLEDGE HER! Police advised the resident that she would be cited for any further unfounded calls.

June 16th City of Germantown
Police received a call from a woman reporting that people at her place of employment were wearing her “colors.” The resident stated she felt coworkers are wearing clothing colored the same as previous vehicles she owned and believes a former coworker was telling them to do this.
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