June 23rd Town of Menasha
An Oxwood Drive resident contacted police to report continued harassment from his neighbors. The man showed the officer several video recordings in which the neighbor, a 59-year-old woman, is blowing leaves onto his property. And most recently, the neighbor was throwing pine cones in his yard!
June 27th Town of Menasha
An officer on patrol spotted an unoccupied car parked in the lane of traffic on West American Drive. As the officer was attempting to locate information on the owner, a naked man came jogging down the walking trail toward the officer. The man, a 31-year-old Saginaw, Michigan resident, told the officer that he was just "jogging nude." The man told the officer that he has done this in the past, however this was the first time he had done so in this area. The man was cited for lewd and lascivious behavior.
June 30th City of Mayville (follow up to June 13 call)
A 45-year-old man called police and reported that he had been playing his music too loud and wanted to report himself because his neighbors had not yet reported him. The man told police that no one wanted to mess with him so he was calling himself in. The officer warned the man that if the police received another complaint about his loud music he would receive a citation. The man told them he was prepared and he had been saving up to pay the future citation.
July 4th City of Sheboygan
A man on 8th Street called police to report he went to his former residence to get his television and now the home's current occupant is chasing him down the street wielding a metal pipe.
July 9th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police received a call from a resident who reported one man was going to shoot another man because of a dispute over a hat.
March 28th Village of Oregon
A 57-year-old woman called police to report someone had entered her home, drank five beers and cooked two pork chops.
June 28th Town of Rubicon
A resident called police to report seeing a fawn tied to a tree in someone's yard. Responding officers discovered the fawn in question was actually a fawn-shaped lawn ornament.
July 2nd City of Oak Creek
A man who was going door to door selling children's books was cited for disorderly conduct for throwing a homeowner's wreath in a pond after they refused to buy anything. It was unclear why the homeowner still had a wreath up on July 2nd.
June 29th City of Brookfield
A 25-year-old man was spoken to by police officers after he threatened to throw nails at driving school vehicles if he sees them in his neighborhood because he said he is sick of seeing them.
June 28th City of Oak Creek
A man was taken into custody after he shoved his mother into a wooden entertainment center, sat on her and took her cell phone so she couldn't call police. The suspect was apparently upset because his mother told him he "didn't deserve to eat" because of his size.
June 30th Village of Shorewood
A juvenile female was issued a ticket for assault after she got into a "physical altercation" with another girl. The fight was identified by police as a "Snapchat feud over a hairstyle".
July 6th City of Beaver Dam
A resident notified police of a man and a woman were screaming at each other in Slumberland. An officer spoke with the couple and found they were yelling at each other because their daughter was upset about not getting ice cream.
July 5th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report the theft of a 3-foot-doll wearing a pink ball gown from her front porch.
July 6th City of Marshfield
Police issued a citation to a man for uttering an obscenity while making an obscene gesture in a tavern.
June 26th City of Glendale
A 23-year-old Lansing, Michigan woman was arrested after she placed ads on a website used by prostitutes and was found by police in a motel room. The woman answered the door naked but denied she was a prostitute, saying she was "just there just to meet people and have a good time."
June 30th City of Waukesha
A 45-year-old woman asked her neighbor to give her a ride to her bank. When the man refused, the woman allegedly jumped in the man's truck causing him to relent and offer to drive the woman a short distance. However, the man told police that he eventually tried to kick her out of his truck after she tried to push on the accelerator and grab the steering wheel. About 10 minutes later the woman jumped back in his unattended truck and was "sitting in the driver's seat, revving the engine and laughing hysterically." She then took off with the truck, blew threw a stop sign turned the car around and blew through the stop sign a second time, then drove the truck onto the lawn of the man's apartment and struck him with it. The woman was reportedly desperate to get to her bank to withdraw all her money because "ISIS is coming!"
July 6th Town of Ashippun
A woman called the Dodge County Sheriff's Department and reported a 31-year-old man who she said was repeatedly hitting himself in an effort to frame her for domestic battery.
July 8th City of Neenah
Police responded to a report of two people at Apple Blossom Apartments who may have been having sex behind a dumpster.
July 8th City of Green Bay
A woman called police requesting assistance in chasing a raccoon out of her garage.
June 22nd City of Greendale
Two males were cited for negligent handling of burning materials after they doused a tennis ball with lighter fluid, lit it on fire and played tennis with it at Greendale High School.
June 30th City of Waukesha
Police received a report of a man on the walking trail stalking people with a machete. Responding officers found that the man in question was carrying a garden hoe, not a machete, and was just looking for worms for fishing.
June 25th City of Brookfield
A 46-year-old man was arrested for domestic violence after getting into a physical altercation with his ex-girlfriend's mother. The complainant stated that the subject is a drug addict and that he became upset after the mother would not give him money. The man allegedly threw mail around the mother-in-law’s house and stuck his finger in her nose.
July 4th Village of Grand Rapids
Wood County authorities say they have located Bigfoot. A park ranger at Lake Wazeecha reported to police that he found a 5-foot concrete Sasquatch statue near the village.