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SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 4.11.11
March 31st City of Waupun
A woman living on Carrington Street caught a live rat in a container and demanded police come over and shoot it. When police explained why they wouldn\'t shoot it, she said she was going to sue the city.

April 2nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police because his ex-girlfriend refused to let him leave Perkins Restaurant.

April 3rd City of Beaver Dam
Police received a report about a man acting suspicious outside of Park Avenue Sports Bar. The man was acting strangely inside the restaurant and then went outside and started peaking inside while hiding in a bush.

March 25th City of Glendale
Police were called to a room at the La Quinta Inn occupied by a 42-year-old man and a 21-year old woman on a report of possible prostitution. In the room, police found about $2,000 cash, two boxes of sandwich bags and an unusually large amount of lingerie. The man said he had the cash from his job cutting hair and said the bags were to make sandwiches for the woman although no food was found in the room.

March 30th Village of Bayside
Police and firefighters responded to a report of a child "stuck in a toy". The girl was found caught in the doorway of a plastic play kitchen. The plastic was cut and she was removed unharmed.

March 23rd City of Menasha
Officers were called to a Third Street location where an elderly man had stolen some salt.

March 24th Village of Fox Point
Police were called to a North Seneca Road residence where a man reported a woman who was his ex-girlfriend had thrown a bottle of spaghetti on the carpet.

March 3rd Village of Pulaski
A complainant reported feces and other items scattered in his apartment on West Pulaski Street. A police officer said the complainant appeared intoxicated and looked like he was in a fight. The apartment appeared normal except for the feces on the floor. The complainant said he didn\'t know how it got there, and no citations were issued.