October 19th City of New Holstein
Police received a report of chickens on County Highway J that keep crossing the road. The caller was advised that the county does not have an ordinance to stop the chickens from crossing the road. The reporting party was concerned that the chickens may cause an accident. It remains unknown why the chickens
crossed the road!
Oct 30th City of Neenah
Police cited a 40-year-old Menasha woman for disorderly conduct after she yelled and screamed profanity and tried to hit one of the nurses with an IV pole.
October 31st Village of Gresham
Police responded to a juvenile problem after a caller reported seeing two kids throwing a dummy into the roadway.
October 26th City of Mequon
A 22-year-old Illinois man was cited for trespassing on North Lake Shore Drive. A caller said the man walked up from the beach and sat on her porch and wouldn\'t leave. The man, who was muddy from the climb, admitted smoking a strain of cannabis called "Blue Dragon," when he saw surf boards at the home and wanted to talk about surfing.
October 24th Village of Sherwood
A disturbance was reported on Spring Hill Drive. The reporting
party stated that a neighbor swears at them. They admitted to police that the poop in their yard may not be from the neighbor\'s dog. They were both advised to avoid similar confrontations in the future.
October 23rd City of Brown Deer
A 21-year-old man and an 18-year-old woman were cited for disorderly conduct after neighbors reported them yelling at each other. The woman told police that she and the man were breaking up and he had her flip flops and she wanted them back. The man reportedly threw the flip-flops at the woman who responded by throwing a neighbor\'s pumpkin in the direction of his car.
November 2nd City of Shawano
A South River Street resident requested extra patrols in her neighborhood after a plastic wash tub was reported stolen.
October 15th City of Brown Deer
Police were called to Brown Deer High School where a teacher told a 15-year-old boy to pull up his low-riding pants, which he refused to do. She then told him to go the Student Service Office to get something to help his pants stay up. The boy responded by telling the teacher, "If I wanted pants that f\'n stay up, I would buy pants that f\'n stay up. Mind your own f\'n business." The student was cited for disorderly conduct.
October 26th City of Neenah
A security worker at a department store on West Winneconne Avenue reported that a man stole about $60 worth of DVDs. The suspect fled north on Tullar Road. He is described as being about 30 years old with long sideburns and shoulder-length dyed pink and purple hair.