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oct 16th


October 28th City of Menasha
Police were called to a Pleasant Road address where two adult males about to enter a vehicle got in a fight over who got to “ride shotgun”.

October 4th City of Waupaca
A resident called police and reported she needs her toilet flushed.

October 6 city of Brookfield
Police were called to intervene when a woman refused to leave the drive-through lane at McDonald’s after an employee failed to give her grandchild a napkin for her ice cream cone.

October 10th City of Beaver Dam
A man called police and reported that someone was trying to extort money from him because of a “groin picture”. The man was warned about the sexting ordinance and counseled on online safety. Police indicated there was no way to identify if the picture was actually his groin.

October 7th City of Marshfield
Police arrested a 52-year-old man on a suspected probation violation after receiving a report that the caller and the suspect had gotten into an argument over cooking venison.

October 12th City of Plymouth
Police were called an East Main Street location where a child was threatened by a classmate's grandma.

September 20th City of Menasha
A 4-year-old girl followed her older siblings to school. The siblings tried to contact their mother without success and told their sister to just go home. The 4-year-old girl was found crying on a corner by a stranger, who took her to the school. The girl is enrolled at the school, so they had her emergency numbers, but were unable to contact anyone. The home address was out of date, but the officer was able to use Google street view with one of the older siblings to find the address. The girl was returned home.

October 5th City of New Berlin
Investigation of a fire that caused damage to a kitchen in a home is believed to have been caused by a family cat that jumped on the stove and accidentally turned on a burner, causing a casserole dish to overheat and start the microwave above it on fire.

October 9th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police and reported seeing a man driving a vehicle with a clown mask on the passenger-side headrest.

October 8th Town of Farmington
A 25-year-old Random Lake man was arrested after he butt dialed 911 inside a bar and dispatchers overheard him admitting he wasn’t OK to drive. The man was overheard by dispatchers talking with a group of other people stating he could not see straight and was not able to safely drive a car but was looking for his car keys so he could leave. Police located the bar around 3 AM and arrested the butt dialer for bail jumping. As a result of the butt dial, deputies also arrested another customer who for violating his parole and cited the bartender for serving customers after hours.

October 7th City of Beaver Dam
A man was arrested after police received a report of him being intoxicated and “howling like a wolf.”
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:25 am Comment On This Post

oct 2nd


September 22nd City of Green Bay
A motorcyclist on Lime Kiln Road was reportedly seen speeding and driving recklessly while wearing a large rabbit head for a helmet.

September 13th Village of Jackson
Police responded to a report of a 42-year-old man who is wandering around outside an apartment complex talking incoherently. The man, who may have been on crystal meth told police he had been walking around the courtyard of the apartment complex looking for a friend and calling out his name. The man said that because the friend's name is unusual, it was possible people thought he was looking for a parrot.

September 22nd Village of Jackson
A woman called police to report that a child playing outside accidentally threw a small rubber ball against the garage door belonging to another tenant. That person, a 56-year-old woman, came outside and started screaming at the children. When the caller intervened, the woman called her a “barren whore”.

September 24th Village of Jackson
A woman told police that someone had thrown chicken bones onto their driveway. The woman suspected the neighbors, with whom they have had issues with in the past. During an interrogation by police, the neighbor said they had been grilling chicken but denied being responsible for the littering their neighbor's driveway with the bones.

September 27th City of Green Bay
At approximately 3 PM, police received a report of a man in a white pick-up truck "doing inappropriate things to himself" while driving.

September 30th City of Plymouth
Police responded to a call placed from a residence on South Pleasant View Road where a woman's children had locked her in the bathroom.

September 17th City of Muskego
A 37-year-old man was cited for drunken driving, fourth offense, after he was reportedly doing “burnouts” with a golf cart.

September 25th Town of Richfield
A 65-year-old man was cited for disorderly conduct after a couple reported seeing the man performing yoga naked on a platform in the Historical Park. The sheriff's department used an unmanned aircraft system, equipped with a forward-looking infrared camera, and located the naked yoga practitioner just before 9 p.m.

September 13th Town of Saukville
Police tracked a thief who had fled from the grocery store and were able to recover his loot; ice cream bars, marshmallow dip and a Piggly Wiggly T-shirt from a swamp.

September 18th City of West Allis
About 7:30 PM, a man was seen breaking the front window of a women's clothing store, groping the breasts of a mannequin and then calmly walking away.

September 19th City of West Allis
Police were called after a man was seen peering into the front window of a laundromat while masturbating. (I beleive he was doing a load by hand)

September 18th City of Brookfield A woman called police because she believed a gang had taken over her neighborhood. The woman's belief was based on the fact that someone had slung a pair of sneakers over a telephone wire.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:37 am Comment On This Post

sep 25th


August 29th Village of Jackson
Police were called to an apartment building regarding tenants who were having a fight. The 53-year-old woman said that her husband became upset because she was going to serve her friends a bottle of wine. Her husband said that his wife had taken HIS bottle of vintage 2014 Cabernet which can ONLY BE PURCHASED at Costco. The husband said that it was HIS bottle and his wife had no right to it, so he took it away from her and locked himself in his bedroom. The wife tried to enter the bedroom and get the wine, but the husband blocked the door to prevent her entry.

September 11th City of Greenfield
A man reported to police that his neighbor has a voodoo doll in her driveway pointed at his house and it has a nail in the chest. Police spoke with the neighbor. She said she has the doll there to watch her neighbor because he videotapes her and reports back to her soon-to-be-ex-husband. She also says it’s therapy for her so she feels the neighbor doesn’t have control over her. She was not willing to take it down.

September 19th Village of Fox Crossing
A man notified police after a stray potbellied pig wandered up to him while he was mowing his parents' lawn. According to police, they've had no reports of anyone missing a potbellied pig in Fox Crossing.

September 19th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An employee at IGA Quality Foods call the police and reported a teenage boy eating whipped topping out of a can.

September 11th City of Antigo
A crossing guard called police and reported a rider on a "gold silver ninja crotch rocket" with no plates was revving his engine loudly behind a bus and had "whipped the bird" at the busload of children next to him. The following day, Police located the culprit. He told officers he had only been "flipping off" his friend that was on the bus next to him and not the entire busload of kids.

August 14th Village of Jackson
Police stopped a vehicle with two men in their 20s who said they were just "Driving around looking for “cool places to explore”. When an officer asked why the odor of marijuana was coming from the vehicle, the driver claimed that it was probably his new air marijuana scented freshener.

September 17th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police and reported a clown walking around and looking suspicious. The clown told an officer he was just trying to make people laugh. 

September 15th City of Antigo
Officers went to a residence in an attempt to arrest a female subject with an open warrant. The woman was not at the residence. However, while searching for her, officers found a male subject with an open warrant...hiding under a big pile of pillows.

September 23rd City of Plymouth
A caller from Wild Shots Pub complained to police that someone from a neighboring apartment building keeps leaving a freezer full of rotten food in front of the bar.

August 23rd Village of Jackson
An intoxicated 71-year-old man called the police station to report that, an hour earlier, his cigarette set off the smoke alarm and it was still sounding. The fire department was dispatched and discovered that what the man was hearing was the characteristic “chirp” indicating the smoke alarm battery was low.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:34 am Comment On This Post

sep 18th


August 26th Village of Fox Crossing
A business owner called police and reported finding spray painted graffiti on his building. When the surveillance cameras were checked, the caller found that the damage was done by a man in a Batman mask.

September 9th City of Port Washington
Police were called to the scene where a 31-year-old man and a 42-year-old man we're engaged in a lively disagreement over the unwritten rules of fishing. Police ended what they referred to as a "fishing kerfuffle" when the two men agreed to fish in different areas and stay away from each other.

July 14th Village of Jackson
An officer was refueling his squad car at gas station when another car pulled up. The officer and the other man exchanged pleasantries. The man said he’d never met the officer before, so the officer introduced himself and asked the man’s name. The man told you officer his name…which the officer recognized and arrested the man on an open warrant.

September 7th City of West Allis
Police responded to a report of an argument occurring at a residence. When police arrived, they found a man with outstanding warrants “hiding in the closet playing guitar.”

September 13 City of Baraboo
A caller reported to police there were “over 300 inflatable people handcuffed” in her yard.

September 14th City of Green Bay
A caller notified police that there was a naked man outside in his front yard on Brosig Street. The naked man eventually went inside his own home and stood in front of his windows naked. The caller told police this was an ongoing problem.

September 10th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman reported seeing a man in a van with snot coming out of his nose not responding to people. Police checked on the man, who was fine.

September 15th City of Green Bay
Officers were called to Kwik Trip on Shawano Avenue where a man who was playing the ukulele was refusing to leave.

September 6th City of Hales Corners
An employee at Walgreens reported to police that there was an intoxicated female staggering around the store. Police determined the woman was not intoxicated and was staggering around the pharmacy because she had a broken foot.

September 4th City of Delafield
Police advised a man on his behavior after he reportedly walked out of his hotel room at Holiday Inn naked and entered a neighboring room where cleaning staff was working. Responding officers spoke to the naked man through his door because he refused to answer it.

September 16th City of Green Bay
An angry resident called police to report a group of people had kicked in their screen door. The caller was reportedly so upset they could not remember their own address.

September 12th Sheboygan County
Police received a call from a Wisconsin Avenue location where an old man said he'd been on toilet for 3 hours and is too weak to get up.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:49 am Comment On This Post

sep 12th

(Actual stolen hydrant pictured. Please contact DePere
police if you see a hydrant that resembles this one that
is not in the ground)


September 8th City of DePere
Police are searching for someone who stole a fire hydrant from the corner of North Washington and Franklin streets. The hydrant had been damaged the previous evening in a car accident. When city crews went to fix it the following morning, they found it was gone. Police remind citizens that fire hydrants are city property and should not be claimed or removed by anyone other than city employees.

August 28th City of Menasha
Officers were dispatched to an Appleton Street location where a woman claimed she had been threatened with a knife. Upon arrival, contact was made with a man who stated he was eating spaghetti with his dog when he asked the woman to leave the residence. The man was apparently holding a knife at the time and the woman believed he was using it to threaten her. However, the man told police he was just holding the knife together with a fork to cut the meatballs on his spaghetti for his dog. After discussing the matter with both parties, police concluded that the man was, in fact, using the knife to cut his dog's meatballs and did not intend to threaten the woman with it.

September 8th City of Green Bay
A man at the Motel 6 in Shawano Avenue called police to report that he had a verbal disagreement with an intoxicated man who took the caller's vehicle and told him he was "going to Lambeau Field to sleep it off".

September 5 City of Green Bay
Officers responded to a call from Kohl's in Bay Park Square reporting two individuals peeping under dressing room doors.

August 31st City of Waukesha
A real estate agent called police after he received a call from a man who was standing outside a house that's for sale and demanded the agent show him the house "right now" so that he could buy it today and move in immediately.

September 3rd Village of Germantown
Police received a call about possible drug activity in a blue sedan in the back parking lot of McDonald’s. An officer found a blue 2008 Ford Focus and talked with two males in the car. One of the men told the officer that he had been picking off scabs from an infection on his arm, which may have been confused with drug use. The officer confirmed the infected arm and found no drugs in the car.

August 26th City of Menasha
Officers were dispatched to Tyler Court for a verbal disturbance between a man and his live-in girlfriend. Upon arrival, both parties stated that the argument was regarding a female actress from a television show the man watches. Both told police nothing got physical and the whole argument was "silly."

August 24th Village of Brown Deer
Police arrested an intoxicated 46-year-old woman with open felony warrants who was walking around the bathroom at the bowling alley naked from the waist down.

August 26th Village of Shorewood
A woman walked into the police department to report she had received a suspicious letter in the mail. The letter was addressed to her and was postmarked in New Mexico. The woman said there was a Pokémon card inside and that after looking at the Pokémon card, she became lightheaded and fatigued.

September 3rd Village of Pewaukee
Police were called to Wal-Mart where an assistant manager stopped four women walking out with several carts filled with merchandise. When the Wal-Mart assistant manager asked them to prove they had purchased the items, one of the women produced a receipt… From Applebee's.

August 17th City of Menasha
An Oak Park Drive resident told police her ex was threatening to post revenge porn online because she moved out and took the cat.

August 29th Village of Germantown
A resident called police and reported the building he lived in was shaking and he thought there might be a fight going on in an adjoining apartment. When police arrived, they spoke to a male at the residence who informed them it was just his 3-year-old daughter who was a having a tantrum over eating her vegetables.

September 5th Dane County
A 21-year-old woman out walking at 1:35 AM was robbed by two men wearing hoodies and armed with a lawn rake. After taking the woman's money, one of the muggers told her she shouldn't be out walking alone at that hour because it isn't safe.

September 10th City of Green Bay
A Kenwood Street resident called police to complain about music coming from a bar near Lambeau Field just after the game. The complainant was upset that the band was playing loud...and using curse words.

September 6th City of Green Bay
A caller on Jean Street, described as being "highly agitated", told police there are children cutting through their yard. The caller informed the officer that he's complained about this problem before and now it's happening again!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:52 am Comment On This Post

aug 28th


August 20th City of Manawa
A person on South Bridge Street called police and reported a large snake in their garage that appeared to be an anaconda. The officer responded and discovered it was not an anaconda but rather…a radiator hose.

August 22nd City of Kaukauna
Police and Hazmat crews were called investigate a suspicious package at the home of a Kaukauna man who's fighting city hall to keep a decorative tractor in his front yard. The package was found to contain glitter.

August 4th City of Waukesha
Police found a "zombie response-team vehicle" after a caller complained about a bloody leg hanging out of the vehicle's trunk. The caller told police they couldn't tell of the display it was real or a joke. When confronted by police, the owner of the vehicle was excited her props looked real enough to get a police response.

August 1st City of Neenah
A Quarry Lane resident call the police after he woke up in the morning and found a TV in the middle of his driveway.

August 3rd City of Neenah
Security at Theda Clark Hospital notified police of finding a "Chucky" doll and with a knife on a bench.

August 3rd City of Neenah
A caller reported she returned home and found her house had been vandalized. The woman told police she spoke with neighborhood children who told her, "the clowns did it".

August 19th City of Waupaca
A caller reported a thin female, with blond hair in a ponytail floating in a yellow tube by the Indian Crossing Casino threw a drink at him while he was in his boat trying to sell ice cream.

August 15th City of Waupaca
A caller from the Waupaca Country Club reported a man in a maroon car drove onto the golf course. The caller confronted the man who said he was just looking at the river and since he used to be a member of the club it was OK.

August 15th City of Waupaca
A caller reported his house was egged, his car saran wrapped, his trees toilet papered, and his yard “sporked”...for the third time!

August 20th City of Waupaca
A caller at a Wisconsin Street location told police there is a male in the building who defecates outside of the bathroom and today tracked down the front hallway.

August 14th City of Waukesha
A woman told police that someone left notes on her car windshield made of letters cut out of magazines and pasted on the cards, all from a secret admire at her workplace. The woman told officers the cards are really creeping her out.

August 13th City of Waukesha
A caller complained to police that her neighbor enters the apartment occupied by her and her husband late at night and expects the husband to come fix her television.

August 11th City of Waukesha
An older woman was warned by police to stop throwing her empty liquor bottles in the garbage bin at the cemetery.

August 20th City of Brookfield
Police are searching for a woman who they believe stole several pair of shoes from a DSW store. The woman is described as being “short and wearing a leopard print shower cap”.

August 2nd City of Oak Creek
Police were called to the Puppy Playground dog boarding business where a naked man was reportedly using a hose to give himself a bath.

August 8th City of Oak Creek
A male was taken into custody for criminal damage to property for breaking the windshield on his grandmother’s car and punching the dashboard while at veterinary clinic. The man was apparently angry with his grandmother for making him go with her to take his dog to the animal emergency room.

August 17th City of Greenfield
Police received a report that “pornographic images” were spray-painted on a resident’s trees. According to police, an image that could possibly intended be a penis was spray painted on a tree, and a circle was spray-painted on a bush.

August 18th City of Greenfield
A caller reported two people wearing clown masks in a silver vehicle were “aggressively” staring people down.

August 9th City of West Allis
Police responded to a residence after a woman reported her neighbor was harassing her. The neighbor, a 66-year-old man, yelled, “Come over. I want you to have a threesome with me!” numerous times from his apartment. Police made contact with the man who was described as being "naked and extremely drunk".

August 7th City of Glendale
Police are searching for four males and a female who are suspects for shoplifting 26 boxes of Pringles valued at $235 at Pick ‘n Save.

August 20th City of Green Bay
A caller on the Rothe Road reported a couple fornicating next to some bags of garbage.

August 18th City of Green Bay Police responded to a report of a woman a customer found sleeping in the aisle at University Avenue Market. When the customer woke the woman, she got up, stumbled out of the store, got in her car and left.

August 18th City of Green Bay
A caller on Clinton Street reported people being chased by a white male wearing a Halloween mask.

August 17th City of Green Bay
A caller reported a suspicious white male, in his 50s, walking on the Fox River Trail near the boat launch wearing only boots and underwear.

August 16th Village of Howard
A resident reported seeing people hanging out in the parking lot by the pickle factory and thought this seemed suspicious. It is believed the suspicious people in the pickle factory parking lot were just pickle factory employees who were smoking on their break.

August 16th City of Green Bay
A Lakeside Place resident called police to report her neighbor came to her home and sprayed her with pepper spray and then left and went back to her own house again.

August 16th Outagamie County
A woman called police to report she believes her sons are trying to drug her so they can have a party in their home while she's unconscious.

August 24th City of Beaver Dam
A resident told police that children were trying to break into garages with sticks. The children told police they were not trying to break in. They were just “poking” the garages.
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:22 am Comment On This Post

aug 14th

(not the tipped Hewitt potty)

August 10th Village of Hewitt
Sheriff's deputies responded to a report of vehicles drag racing through a park. The deputies arrested one man on a probation hold and gave another man a citation for tipping over a portable toilet with someone inside.

August 13th City of Green Bay
A caller at Superior Discount Liquors, notified police of a 14-year-old boy driving his grandfather's vehicle because grandpa appears to be too intoxicated to drive it himself.

August 12th City of Green Bay

A caller reported a white female standing at the corner of Quincy and Chicago screaming into her cell phone… And not wearing pants.

August 9th Town of Saratoga
A resident called police to report the theft of 30 plastic flamingos in assorted colors from his lawn.

August 7th City of Green Bay
Police were called to Manor Care Health Services on South Webster Avenue regarding the theft of a resident's prosthetic leg.

August 7th City of Green Bay
A man on East Shore Drive called police to report finding what he described as "a very large turtle" that was now in traffic. The caller told police he is going to stand by to attempt to protect the turtle, but he refuses to touch it.

August 10th Village of Grand Chute
Police units were called to Woodman’s where juveniles were reportedly squirting ketchup inside the store.

July 30th City of Menasha
A Ninth Street resident informed police that his dog found something in the yard and was chewing on it. When he investigated he found the dog was chewing on a Baggie of weed.

August 12th City of Green Bay
A concerned resident called police to report hearing people on McCormick Street speaking Spanish.

August 6th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police responded to a report of a man repeatedly vomiting out of a second-story window.

August 5th City of Waupaca A caller reported two people having intercourse in a parked white car behind the Waupaca Area Public Library.

August 4th Langlade County
Police received a call from a man at an area campground reporting a male subject had been following some females. When confronted, the male subject said he was just looking for his frisbee.

August 11th Town of Eaton
A handicapped goat that had been captured by the Brown County Sheriffs Department after running loose for a couple of days has escaped custody and is again running wild.

August 11th City of De Pere
A resident on Turtle Dove Trail called police to report her walls are vibrating and making a buzzing sound. A responding officer found the source of the problem was a stuck doorbell.

August 5th City of Green Bay
A concerned Madrid Drive resident called police after her husband told her to "lock the doors to keep the devil out of the house".

August 6th City of Menasha
A person on Broad Street called police to report someone yelling and swearing at the ice cream truck man for playing the music too loud.

August 6th City of Menasha
Police were called to the scene of a domestic disturbance on Kaukauna Street where an intoxicated man became unruly when asked why the lawn had not been mowed.
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:57 am Comment On This Post

jul 17th



July 4th Town of Grand Chute
Police received a report of a woman on Highway 41 south... rollerblading. (not the woman in the picture)

July 9th City of Appleton
Officers responded to a call from a Lawe Street residence. According to the caller, a man was lighting fireworks on a balcony and encouraging people to fight with him. The man was also reportedly yelling about his desire to kill ISIS, presumably with something stronger than just fireworks.

July 4th City of Beaver Dam
A man reported to police that a 54-year-old woman threatened to stab him with a screwdriver after she dumped a pan of baked beans on him while he was sleeping.

June 27th City of Appleton
Police received a report of two people at the Appleton Public Library allegedly laughing behind a power box.

June 21st City of Waukesha
A speaker for a Christian ministry group called police to report that, after they disagreed, a teenage female kicked him in the "no-go zone" and ran off. The ministry member showed a video of the possible suspect kicking him in the groin from a camera he keeps on his belt, just above his "no go zone".

June 23rd City of Waukesha
A 52-year-old man was taken into custody for disorderly conduct for threatening to shoot “whoever snitched on him” at his workplace. The man also reportedly told another employee, “I like you, so I’m going to shoot you last.”

June 28th City of West Allis
Police went to a home after a caller reported a man and a woman were performing sex acts on each other outside the residence. The man and woman eventually confessed after a neighbor showed police video they shot of the couple having sex.

June 30th City of Delafield
A 59-year-old man told police he wanted a lawncare service fined for “getting grass on his driveway”. A police report said the man also claimed his car was "damaged because grass landed on it.”

July 9th City of Appleton
Police received reports of someone dressed as a clown scaring people in the Good Company parking lot.

July 5th City of Green Bay
Officers were called to Colburn Park where there was reportedly a tan male on a trail who is standing naked and staring into the swimming pool.

July 4th City of Green Bay
Police were called to the Taco Bell on Babcock Road where an unhappy customer was attempting to crawl in the drive thru the window in an effort to get at one of the employees.

July 2nd City of Neenah
Police received a call about a large metal dumpster used in construction that has been at Hewitt and Sixth Streets for about three weeks. The caller told police that people are now decorating the dumpster with flowers. Officers spoke to a resident of the home that the dumpster was next to and they explained that it was being used for their home renovation and that they we're decorating the dumpster with flowers themselves.

June 27th City of Neenah
An Abby Avenue resident called police to report her neighbors have a motion light on the back of their garage that shines on HER driveway. The caller told officers she doesn't like this and said it was none of her neighbor's business when she comes and goes from her house.

July 11th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller told police a 37-year-old woman bit her 14-year-old son on the nose.

June 30th City of Manitowoc
Police were called to a grocery store where a 36-year-old man was caught shoplifting. The man reportedly entered the store and went to the produce section where he selected two "corn on the cobs" and placed them in a plastic bag. The man was then observed going to the meat department, where he selected a tenderloin beef steak and stuffed it down the front of his pants. The man then continued to the checkout, where he paid for the ears of corn, but not the tenderloin, which was still in his pants.

July 6th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report seeing a man staggering into church with a bottle of vodka. The man's grandmother eventually came and took the man and his vodka home.

July 5th Town of Richfield
A caller reported seeing a woman walking her dog by having it tied to her truck while she drove down the street.

July 1st City of Wisconsin Rapids
Officers responded to a report of a driver pulling two children behind their car on office chairs.

June 28th City of Waukesha
At 7 AM police received a report of a heavily intoxicated man standing in front of a street sweeper and refusing to move. The man told officers he thought the street sweeper was driving in an unsafe manner due to being close to the curb and by traveling in same the general direction that he was walking in. Police explained to the man the point of a street sweeper.

July 3rd City of Waukesha
A Taco Bell employee called police to report an adult male and female were outside the restaurant throwing rocks at passing cars. A police report indicated that an officer found the couple, drove them back to the Taco Bell and made them pick up every single rock they threw.

July 4th City of Waukesha
Fire department personnel assisted a woman with changing her colostomy bag. The woman's boyfriend told police she had initially walked outside naked and extremely intoxicated and had been asking unknown passersby to help her change the bag.

July 7th City of Greenfield
A woman called 911 to complain that when her neighbor mowed his lawn he went over the lot line mowing an inch or two of her lawn.

June 24th Village of Thiensville
A 54-year-old man was cited for disorderly conduct after he was seen urinating on himself while "dancing with a tree" at the annual Family Fun Day.

July 13th City of Sheboygan
A woman at the jail tried to pass off toilet water as her urine. When caught, the woman reportedly claimed that say she just can't pee right now. The woman was reportedly given until 9:25 to urinate.

July 9th City of Sheboygan
Police were called to Walmart where a shopper's varicose veins burst in the pet aisle.

July 5th City of Beaver Dam
A resident called police to report "a man threw poop on her trampoline".

July 6th City of Beaver Dam
Officers responded to a report of a woman who was walking in the street and wearing an orange traffic cone on her head.

July 2nd City of Plymouth
Police were called to a store "to break up a disturbance over greeting cards".

July 6th Village of Lake Delton
Officers were called to the scene at the Walmart where two taxi drivers from competing companies collided in the parking lot and were now fighting.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:45 am Comment On This Post

jun 19th


June 11th City of Waukesha
A 32-year-old prostitute (pictured) allegedly stabbed a 70-year-old man with whom she had agreed to have sex for money. The woman stabbed the man in the shoulder after they had sex and he attempted to pay her with two dollars in quarters and a pair of edible panties. The man said he didn't have any more money. The woman saw that the man had two additional pairs of edible panties and asked for those as payment. The man refused to give the woman the additional edible panties, that cost nine dollars each, because he said they were for other women. After stabbing the man, the woman fled with one pair of the edible panties.

June 9th Town of Union
A 36-year-old man became the first person ever arrested in the three-year history of the Blue Ox Music Festival. The man was arrested after he was found in a restricted area, "lying on the ground like he was on the cross on which Jesus hung". When police arrived, the man refused to get off the ground or identify himself. Officers were later able to identify the man from his driver’s license, which bears a photo of him wearing a spaghetti strainer on his head.

June 15th City of Green Bay
Police were called to Kohl's East where a man wearing a blue shirt, khaki pants and baseball hat was putting earrings in his mouth.

June 4th City of Neenah
Two women on Tullar Road were reported as being in the bathroom a long time. When the caller checked the bathroom, she said she found feces smeared ALL OVER. An officer confirmed that it is NOT fecal matter and not as extensive as the caller made it sound. It was actually a spot of mud on the wall about the size of a dinner plate.

June 6th City of Manawa
A woman was arrested after a nearly 3-hour standoff resulting from her anger over her lawn being mowed. After reportedly failing to comply with repeated warnings to clean up her yard and mow the lawn, two city workers were dispatched to do the job. After the job was nearly finished, the woman came running out of the house screaming obscenities and pointing her middle finger at a police officer who was standing by. The woman then went back inside the house and threatened to shoot police officers beginning the three-hour standoff.

June 12th City of Green Bay
Police checked on a man who had been sitting on a park bench all day on Jackson Street and was now swearing AT the storm.

June 10th City of Waukesha
A man in his 20s fell into a food freezer at Walmart while looking at a box of waffles with his eyes closed.

June 15th City of Green Bay
Officers responded to a report of a man on Knoll Terrace dancing outside in his underwear to really loud music.

May 30th City of Franklin
An alert resident contacted police after taking a photo of an 82-year-old man in the act of stealing coupon magazines from area mailboxes. Police attempted to pull the man’s vehicle over, but he sped off and was later taken into custody at his home. Police found coupon magazines belonging to 12 different people inside the suspect's van.

June 11th City of Oak Creek
A group of people who became annoyed by an angry, obnoxious drunken friend dropped the man off in the lobby of the police department.

June 2nd Village of Thiensville
Police were called to a nail salon where he woman was out of control and yelling and screaming at employees. When police arrived, the woman continued to yell and scream and fought with officers injuring two of them in the process. The woman was reportedly angry because the salon was booked and not able to do her nails that day.

June 8th City of Glendale
Two men who robbed a bank in Brown Deer were arrested after they attempted to cut through the front and backyards of a riverfront home in an effort to avoid police and drove their car right into the Milwaukee River.

June 5th City of Port Washington
A woman called police and reported they heard loud pounding and thumping on the door at her residence and she was not expecting anyone. A responding officer found the pounding and thumping was the woman's door blowing in the wind.

June 4th Village of Saukville
A Piggly Wiggly employee called police to report a man shoplifting in the store. Store employees said the man went to the meat department and ordered two fresh chickens and requested that the chickens be wrapped separately in only butcher paper. The man was then seen shoving the two chickens down his pants in the freezer aisle. When police confronted the man, he claimed he had left the chickens in the cheese department. According to police, the chickens were never found.

June 11th Town of Saratoga A woman called police to report a fire in progress. The woman called back several minutes later when she realized that what she thought was fire was just the moon shining through some trees.
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jun 12th


June 1st City of Waukesha
A woman told police she was afraid her neighbor might injure her or children after her neighbor "whistled a threatening tune from a Clint Eastwood movie" at her.

June 9th City of Neenah
A caller on Lake Street requested police assistance after she had walked away from her car to look at the fire department’s "flashy lights" and now is afraid to walk back to her car because it's dark out.

June 7th City of Weyauwega
A resident called police to request assistance because she was trapped inside her car. The caller’s neighbor’s pet turkeys had completely surrounded the woman's vehicle and wouldn’t let her get out.

June 29th City of Beaver Dam
A woman on Front Street waved down a police vehicle. She told the officer she was upset because her partner was not pulling his weight with chores at home and wanted police to talk to him about it.

May 28th City of Port Washington
Police spoke with four teenage boys after receiving a report of someone finding a slice of cheese on their vehicle and seeing the teenagers run inside a house. The boys removed the cheese.

May 21st City of Menasha
Police were called for a small dog urinating on the caller's vegetable garden.

May 23rd City of Waupaca
Police were called to the Dairy Queen where a male and female were reportedly “out of it”. The male was described as wearing a pink sweatshirt and yoga pants the female was slumped over the Dairy Queen counter.

May 28th City of Waukesha
An anonymous caller reported seeing a woman picking at her skin and believed she must be under the influence of drugs. Officers arrived to find the woman was not on drugs but was merely peeling dry skin off her sunburned legs.

May 28th City of Waukesha.
A man told police he saw what he believed to be three UFOs flying overhead around 10 p.m. According to the police report, the man described the UFOs as "red balls of light" speeding toward the moon and told officers he was concerned for airport traffic safety.

June 7th City of Weyauwega
A resident called police to request assistance because she was trapped inside her car. The caller’s neighbor’s pet turkeys had completely surrounded the woman's vehicle and wouldn’t let her get out.

June 1st Village of Germantown
Police went to a residence after a man reported his neighbor was blowing an air horn to agitate his dogs. Police spoke to the neighbor, who said he was blowing the air horn because the dogs were barking. The neighbor was warned about blowing an air horn, and the caller was warned about his barking dogs.

June 4th City of Greenfield
Police were called George Webb's were a female patron threw a glass of water at a man who had spilled water on her table and then squirted ketchup on a female patron just for fun.

June 7th City of Marshfield
Police were called after an intoxicated man walked into a business three times and each time demanded to know, “what all the hollering was about?"

June 6th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police after they caught a woman stealing the caller's freshly laundered sheets and pillow cases right off the caller's clothesline.

June 3rd City of Sheboygan
Officers at the county jail were having problems with a prisoner who "wants to pee on everybody".

May 31st City of Antigo
Officers received a call reporting a man who was naked in the window of an area hotel while the caller's daughter had been outside mowing the lawn. Officers talked to the man who admitted to standing in the window naked but said he wasn't doing anything lascivious. Officers spoke with a female who witnessed the subject in the window. She told police she believes the naked man was just watching the girl mowing the lawn.
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may 30th


May 20th City of Greenfield
A resident reported she was possibly the victim of domestic abuse after an argument with her boyfriend. The resident told police she got into a heated argument with her boyfriend about cream of broccoli soup versus cream of potato soup, and which one is better with rice. The woman was advised on the criteria for what constitutes domestic abuse.

May 15th City of Neenah
A Henry Street caller, who was holding a rummage sale, requested police assistance with a baby squirrel who was scaring away potential shoppers.

May 18th City of Antigo
Police stopped a vehicle going 76 miles an hour in a 55 zone on Highway 47. The driver told police he was in a hurry to get to his girlfriend's residence because she had Snapchatted him that she was going to kill herself. Officers spoke to the girlfriend who said she was not suicidal and the boyfriend was probably just trying to get out of a speeding ticket.

May 24th Dane County
Police were called to an accident scene where a 27-year-old driver ran a red light and collided with a van. Nobody was injured. The man told police he ran the red light because God told him to do so. The man explained to police that he weighed the options of stopping at the red light or breaking the law on God’s instructions and running it. In the end, he said he decided to "go with God".

May 11th City of Menasha
A man on De Pere Street called police after his girlfriend woke him up yelling at him because he was snoring and told him to leave. The man did not deny snoring however had paid for a whole month’s rent and wanted some of his money back before he would leave.

May 15th City of Hales Corners
Police were called to McDonald's where a shirtless, intoxicated man was reportedly laying on the ground and wiggling.

May 12th Waupaca County
A resident called police to request they check on someone's well-being. They were concerned about a man in high heels and a skirt that they had seen stumbling and leaning against a building.

May 25th Brown County
A resident called police after seeing a baby wearing a diaper in the back seat of a vehicle while a man and woman were "engaging in relations" in the front seat of the car.

May 25th City of Oshkosh
Officers responded to a report of a vehicle theft at 3:35am on Nebraska Street. Police arrested the perpetrator, a 12-year-old girl who went joyriding without headlights on.

May 23rd City of Marshfield
A 19-year-old woman called police because her 17-year-old brother became enraged when she inadvertently woke him up and he began throwing things.

May 21st City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police after someone created a fake wanted poster with his picture and name on it and began posting it around town.

May 20th City of Antigo
A resident reported that her fiancé just witnessed a man from a neighboring apartment, naked and performing a sex act on a door.
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may 22nd


May 12th City of Manawa
Someone from the Police Department in Rolla, Missouri, called the Waupaca County Sheriff's Deaprtment and reported receiving a call from a Manawa couple that used to have a dog that sang and danced. The couple requested assistance because the dog...no longer sings and dances.

May 14th City of New London
A caller at ThedaCare Physicians on Mill Street notified the sheriff’s department of a man calling, threatening he will come to the clinic, strangle a particular employee, cut off his privates and shove them inside of said employee. Caller believes this is because they will not give him Vicodin.

May 12th City of Waupaca
A caller on North Washington Street reported people are in her house and she doesn’t know who they are. She thinks they may be high on drugs. The night before, the same people may have been at the house partying with the caller’s boyfriend, while she was not home. The caller said she woke up to a girl petting her.

May 5th City of Waukesha
Police removed a man from the YMCA after he told a room full of children and others that he and his new girlfriend were "on a seven-day sex spree" and he just needed to tell someone about it.

May 8th City of Waukesha
A woman told police that she was bitten by a snake and now thought it was inside her body. When officers arrived, the woman clarified that she wasn't sure it it was a snake though she wasn't in pain and refused medical attention.

May 12th City of Elm Grove
A man of undisclosed age was cited for disorderly conduct. According to police, while pulling weeds in his yard, the man’s pants and underwear were pulled down to the top of his legs with his buttocks completely exposed.

May 15th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police were called to the Kwik-Trip where a man and woman were working together to try to steal a muffin.

May 15th City of Beaver Dam
A resident called police and reported seeing four people wearing clown masks and riding around on tricycles.
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may 8th


May 1st City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police to report that someone on social media claiming to be Osama Bin Laden was threatening to bomb the caller's home.

April 23rd City of Neenah
A caller on Parkside Court reported seeing someone in a vehicle throw garbage out his car window. The caller confronted the subject and told him to pick up the garbage, which he did. When the man left, the caller stated they saw him throw the garbage out the window again. An officer spoke with the driver who admitted he threw the garbage out the window the first time, but that he did not throw it out again. He was warned for littering.

April 24th City of Sheboygan
A resident on Rowe Road called police to report a man had kicked his door repeatedly. When he answered the door, the kicker said he was "chasing the devil" and then left.

April 24th City of Neenah
A Briggs Lane resident called police and reported someone rang their doorbell and left a large, orange traffic barrel on the front porch.

May 2nd City of Sheboygan
A bus driver called police to report a traffic backup caused by the line of people out the door and into the street waiting to buy one dollar subs at Jimmy John's.

April 24th City of Greenfield
Police responded after a caller reported a woman was lying on the sidewalk at about 1:50pm. The woman told the officer she was lying on the sidewalk because she was frustrated that her toilet was continuously running. The officer fixed the woman's toilet.

April 26th City of Menominee Falls
A man was taken into custody for disorderly conduct for allegedly pointing a knife at a female coworker at a healthcare office. The victim told police the man picked up a folding knife on his desk, pointed it at her and told her to get away from him after she asked him, “How ya doin?”.

April 27th City of Brookfield
Police were called to the high school where 2 17-year-old boys who had been bantering with one another before it eventually escalated to striking each other with badminton racquets.

April 26th City of Antigo
Officers responded to a call from a resident reporting that his neighbor dumped around 200 dead fish on his property. The neighbor may be cited for fishing without a license.

April 24th City of Fox Point
Police were called after two men at a pharmacy were seen stuffing bars of Irish Spring down their pants.

April 19th City of Waukesha
A man called at 6:44pm to complain to police that his downstairs neighbor was "whistling too loudly". The man was not whistling when police arrived but officers advised him of appropriate noise levels when whistling.

April 25th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Officers responded to a domestic disturbance that occurred because of an argument about air conditioning.
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may 1st



April 27th Town of Grand Chute
Police were called to Denny's where one customer allegedly threw a paper airplane at another customer. The paper airplane reportedly struck the other customer in the foot. The paper airplane thrower has been permanently banned from this Denny's.

April 23rd City of Greenfield
Police responded a report of 180 oxycodone pills stolen from a residence. The resident told police he was waiting for a “lady friend” to come over and join him in the shower when the theft occurred. Later the man admitted "a hooker he knew only as 'Brittany'" stole the pills. The man told police he paid $100 for Brittany’s services the day before, and she offered to come back the next day and join him in the shower. After the resident got into the shower the woman came into his home, stole his pills and left.

April 21st City of Weyauwega
A woman called the police to report her minister is "spiritually harassing her". As a result, the woman finds that after she leaves her church, "weird things happen."

April 12th City of Waupaca
A resident called police and reported that someone entered his wife’s unlocked vehicle and stole their store-bought Easter egg coloring kits.

April 22nd City of Clintonville
Please received a call from a woman reporting that someone put a soda can over her TV antenna so the TV would no longer work.

April 15th City of Waukesha
Police were called after a 4-or 5-year-old boy reportedly harassed a group of teenagers by grabbing one and swearing at the others.

April 15th City of Waukesha
Following complaints from the staff, police physically removed a couple from the House of Hospitality.

April 20th City of Franklin
Police cited a 61-year-old woman for trying to hit people with a broom.
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apr 17th


April 4th City of Racine
Police were called to the public library where a 49-year-old man had borrowed a copy of the movie The Bodyguard and was watching it on his laptop. After a library employee spotted an open beer can he was informed he could not drink beer in library. The man became upset and stormed out of the library taking with him his laptop with the library's DVD of The Bodyguard still inside. Officers were dispatched and located the man fleeing on his orange bicycle. As the man got off of his bike the DVD copy of The Bodyguard fell to the ground. Police recovered the DVD and returned it to the library and the man was arrested for theft.

April 13th City of Green Bay A caller notified police that her sister is going to cause a disturbance at Parkside Animal Care Center on Military because she is mad that her cat was taken to the vet and she didn't want it to be taken to the vet.

March 26th City of Greenfield
Police arrested the manager of a McDonald’s after her supervisor reported she was allegedly authorizing refunds for Big Macs and then keeping the money. Between mid-January and March 24th, the woman reportedly kept refunds amounting to $3,827.17, the cost of 1,071 Big Macs.

April 4th City of St. Francis
Officers were called to an apartment where a 35-year-old woman told police that she had received phone calls she believed were from actor Kiefer Sutherland. The woman was advised it was a scam and to ignore the calls.

April 1st City of Waukesha
An anonymous caller notified police of a homeless person sleeping in the park. Responding officers found the man was not homeless. He was just drunk, laying on the baseball diamond and "enjoying the weather". Police allowed the drunk man to continue enjoying the unseasonably warm conditions.

April 9th City of Waukesha
Police subdued a man with a Taser after an anonymous person reported he and a woman were having sex in the bathroom of the public library. The man reportedly requested transportation to the hospital because he "couldn't feel his ankle or toes" after the Taser shock.

April 13th City of Beaver Dam
A woman called police to complain that McDonald's would not serve her. A responding officer talked to McDonald's employee who explained they didn't serve the woman because she was trying to walk through the drive-through.
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apr 10th


March 29th Village of Germantown
Police contacted a resident after hey staff member at his clinic reported the resident stated he was going to “load up on ammo” after not being able to receive his medication. The resident informed police that he told staff he was going to “load up on gumbo,” not ammo.

March 26th City of Neenah
A Mulberry Lane caller told police that someone smeared fecal matter on various items in his house and a window was broken a week ago, but he just finally got around to reporting it. Officers found the call unfounded, as were previous calls from the same caller.

March 13th City of Menasha
A female on Manitowoc Road called police because her daughter would not let her out of her room because she would not give the girl her a phone charger. The caller wanted the juvenile removed from the house as she did not feel safe but was told by police that that was not an option. Neither party was willing to leave the house, and both parties were unruly and began to yell and scream at officers.

March 31st City of Waukesha
A woman told police her local cab driver was driving recklessly before he dropped her off. The woman said that the driver nearly struck a semi-truck and when she asked him to slow down he reportedly responded by telling her about baseball cards.

March 12th City of Appleton
An officer noticed a Pontiac sedan parked for a second night in a portion of a lot that doesn't allow parking. The car appeared to be unoccupied, but an officer found a couple in the back seat. The man told the officer they go to the park for “cuddle time” since their residences are full of kids.

March 28th City of Brookfield
A 19-year-old man was taken into custody for disorderly conduct after being seen defecating on playground equipment.

March 29th City of Waukesha
A woman told police she found a "smelly bag of drugs" in a used car she purchased from a car dealer. When officers arrived at the woman's home in they discovered the bag was full of...mothballs not "smelly drugs".

March 6th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called the police to report someone dumped chocolate milk on her car and now...the electric window does not work.

March 27th City of Waukesha
An anonymous caller reported seeing a woman standing at the side of the road screaming "come and get some of this" to passing vehicles. The woman did not appear to be injured or in distress when officers arrived and just walked back into her residence without speaking to them.

April 3rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller told police he found an intoxicated man who said he was lost. A local taxi company said they would not give the man a ride because he got upset and started yelling at the driver when the driver wouldn't let him bring his open beer in the cab.
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apr 3rd


March 30th City of Green Bay
A woman called 911 from the Blackstone Restaurant claiming her pancakes are cold, there is not enough syrup on them and not enough cheese with her eggs. She told police she wants her money back so she can go eat across the street.

March 16th City of Neenah
A Meadow Lane resident called police because her neighbor put his smoke detector on the front porch and it keeps going off, causing her dog to bark. The neighbor would not answer the door when she asked him to take his smoke detector back inside the house.

March 27th City of Green Bay
A city bus driver called the police and reported that a man driving a white truck next to the bus on University Avenue is naked from the waist down.

March 18th City of Greendale
Police were called to Wal-Mart where a heavy-set man in his 50’s was standing in the check-out line with his erect penis exposed.

March 28th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A person reported finding a wine bottle with a cloth shoved in it and liquid inside and thought it could be a Molotov cocktail. An inspection by responding officers revealed that it was a bottle with cigarette butts and water.

March 22nd City of Franklin
Police were called to Wal-Mart where a 60-year-old man was eating a box of sugar for which he had not paid.

March 24th City of Greenfield
Police received a report that a man became irate and aggressive at the U.S. Post Office. The man was apparently upset because the mail carrier at his apartment building lost the key to his building and buzzed his apartment to get inside.

March 20th City of Mequon
A 60-year-old woman was cited for her second OWI, resisting/obstruction, unreasonable speed, open intoxicants after she passed a squad car going 69 mph in a 35-mph zone. When stopped, the woman got out of her car holding a cup of beer and quickly poured it out. When asked if she’d been drinking, the woman replied, “Oh my stars and little fishes.”
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mar 27th


March 26th Sheboygan County
A Sheriff’s Deputy encountered a semi driver who believed he was being chased by a werewolf. The deputy found no trace of a werewolf but did discover that the semi was dragging a very large boulder. (police call)

March 13th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report a man in a parked car near her house was listening to "sad love music" too loudly for about 90 minutes. Officers arrived and found the man listening to "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman at a slightly excessive volume.

March 12th City of Menasha
Officers were dispatched for a possible disturbance on Traders Road. Responding officers discovered the disturbance was just two brothers arguing over a necklace.

March 25th City of Columbus
Police were called after a woman at Kwik Trip punched man in face because he didn't hold door open for her.

March 11th City of Waukesha
Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute. However, when officers arrived at the apartment, they found it was just a man and woman using a Samsung virtual reality device, and the woman had started crying after seeing a realistic video of a snake.

March 15th City of Brookfield
Police responded to a report of child abuse at Toys R Us after a man was observed pushing his son. The man told police that he had just pushed his son out of pain after the boy had hit him in the crotch for not buying him a toy.

March 9th Village of Fox Crossing
A resident on Imperial Lane called police to report finding inappropriate drawings of male genitals on his car within the past 30 minutes. The drawings were fortunately in window paint and were easily removed. The man suspected that his ex-girlfriend had done this but did not have proof. The officer spoke with the ex-girlfriend, who initially was not cooperative on the phone but a little more forthcoming when the officer visited her in person. She admitted to vandalizing the man's new girlfriend’s car but not her ex’s. The officer was able to verify her whereabouts during the time the vandalism had occurred.

March 9th City of Greenfield
A highly-intoxicated man called 911 because he was upset about being thrown out of a bar and was mad because his friend was still being served. When police arrived, the caller said his friend was supposed to drive him home and he didn’t want him to drive drunk. After being warned about the proper use of 911, one of the men walked home and the other was given a ride home by police.

March 17th Village of Pewaukee
Officers were called to a residence for a report of an argument between two people. Police learned the argument was about being “shorted” a taco at Taco Bell. The situation resulted in the two people arguing over the uneven number of tacos and who was entitled to the last one. Officers determined that both parties had been drinking and did not meet the criteria for domestic disturbance.

March 22nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a man walking down the street covered in mold.
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mar 20th


March 4th City of Waukesha
Police arrested a 50-year-old man who urinated in front of a Girl Scout's cookie sale table at Wal-Mart, then reportedly attempted to shoplift before passing out in a motorized scooter inside the store in the middle of the afternoon.

March 7th City of Waukesha
A man who reportedly crashed his car into a street sign then drove over the curb and onto some grass told an anonymous bystander who witnessed the incident that he "wasn't drunk, just having a very bad morning".

March 9th City of Brookfield
Police responded to a report of a neighbor dispute. The complainant also told police that that day the neighbor had smirked at him and said something under his breath that he did not understand but made him feel intimidated and afraid for his safety. The complainant also told police that his neighbor "continuously vomits in his driveway" throughout the night.

March 8th City of Port Washington
Police received a report of a suspicious person in a residence where the lights were all out in the house and someone was walking around with a flashlight. Contact was made with the adult resident at the house and she advised police they were playing flashlight tag with their young child...who was winning.

March 3rd Town of Bern (Marathon County)
Police charged a 56-year-old woman with putting an assortment of pills in her bosses coffee. The woman reportedly confessed to police that she put caffeine pills, water pills, anti-anxiety medication and eyedrops solution in her bosses coffee for about three weeks. Her boss contacted police after finding what the police report called a "slummy lump" at the bottom of his coffee cup for a couple weeks. The woman told police she did not intend to kill her boss with the pills, she was only trying to make him sick enough to forget about $2000 he loaned her.

March 9th Village of Rudolph
A woman called police and reported that while her 10-year-old son was waiting for a bus, a man in a car drove by and threw a $5 bill at him.

March 13th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police arrested a man and a woman after a caller reported they were acting strangely and the woman was dancing in a parking lot.

March 14th City of Green Bay
A man called police to complain that his Mcdonalds fish sandwich was not right. The color requested police come to his home to investigate what is wrong with is McDonald's fish sandwich. 

March 14th City of Sheboygan
Police responded to a report of an old man stuck on a toilet.

March 15th City of Beaver Dam 
A 22-year-old woman told police that while she was shopping at Walmart, a man wearing a kilt bent over and exposed himself to her. An officer reviewed the video footage and deemed the exposure unintentional.

February 25th City of Brown Deer
A woman reported the theft of her wallet by a man she met on the dating app “Plenty of Fish”. The man, known only as “The Legend,” took her wallet with $2 cash.

March 7th City of Menasha
Police were called to Gegan Elementary School to stop a kindergarten student who is tearing other children's artwork off the walls and telling the teacher to "Shut up, bitch".
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February 22nd City of Menasha
An employee at an office that offers free tax assistance and preparation, called police to report receiving threatening voicemails from a customer. The customer was upset because they wouldn't do her taxes and, in the second of two threatening voicemails, could be heard saying, "You can tell your tax people to die and eat my poop!"

February 12th Village of Jackson
Police were called to a residence regarding a 19-year-old man who was fighting with his parents. Further investigation revealed that the man shoved members of his family and threatened to spray his mother with Old Spice.

February 24th City of Oconomowoc
Police were called to an apartment for a report of a neighbor dispute. A resident said a bag of rotting meat was placed in front of an apartment door, and later it was in front of his door. He said he put it back in front of the door he had first seen it in front of. Later, he saw the neighbor put the bag back in front of his door. Both denied they had originally set out the bag, and police could not determine who originally put out the bag of rotting meat.

February 4th Village of Jackson
Police were called to a residence where someone vandalized their property by pouring Spaghetti-O’s on their walkway.

March 1st City of Green Bay
A resident at a Commanche Avenue location called police to report a woman who may or may not be a prostitute passed out in the laundry room.

February 19th City of Neenah
An employee of a retail establishment on Gillingham Road stated a male tried to pay for an item with a Canadian coin. When the employee refused, he said he didn't care and took the item anyway.

February 24th Village of Hales Corners
Police went an apartment after receiving several complaints about a man and a woman yelling and screaming inside. Police discovered there was only one man inside the apartment, who admitted he was yelling at himself because he was just given a 60-day notice to vacate, presumably for making too much noise.

February 24th City of Menasha
A caller at a Wittmann Drive location reported finding drugs and drug paraphernalia in a business parking lot. According to the caller, they found pipes and two plastic bags filled with a green leafy substance that appeared to be marijuana lying in the parking lot in a Disney's Alice in Wonderland bag.
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