July 27th City of Beaver Dam
A woman on Carrington Street told police that a woman in Las Vegas claimed she was sending an FBI agent to her home to get information about a scam involving the Australian lottery. The Las Vegas woman called again while an officer was at the Carrington Street home and after the police officer identified himself to the caller, she became very irate and began telling him she would cast a spell on him that would make him start bleeding out of the eyes.
July 11th City of Neenah
A caller on Honeysuckle Lane told police she was "play wrestling" with friends shortly after 1 a.m. when her boyfriend came downstairs, got angry and punched a hole in an outside wall.
July 10th Village of Howard
Police were called to a Velp Avenue bar where a 32-year-old man was cited for allegedly slapping the eyeglasses off another man\'s face.
July 22nd City of Waupun
A woman on Franklin Street called police to report that her children, ages 4 and 7, were playing outside and cars were driving by and splashing water on them. Police found the cars weren’t doing it on purpose; the street was flooded and the kids were playing next to the road. Police advised the children to play by the house and not by the street.
July 21st City of Omro
Police issued a warning to a 17-year-old boy who was spotted throwing a traffic cone into the Fox River. After talking to police, The teen retrieved the cone from the water.
July 12th City of Neenah
Officers responded to a retail theft report from a business in Fox Point Plaza. Two Oshkosh women were caught in the act of shoplifting. A 26-year-old woman was cited for stealing 19 packs of Kool-Aid and a package of cookies. Her 50-year-old accomplice was cited for taking four rolls of toilet paper and a cinnamon streusel.
July 29th City of Portage
Police investigated a report of a possible breaking and entering attempt by cutting a window screen and breaking a lock on a window at an apartment. The responding officer found a naked man walking on the fire exit steps of the building. The man told police he was locked out after taking the garbage outside and said it was his birthday.
July 17th Village of Pulaski
Police responded to a call from Village Auto where someone had stolen a 25-foot inflatable orange gorilla.
July 18th Village of Shorewood
Police took a 56-year-old man to a hospital after he was seen walking down the street with a badly bleeding hand. The man told officers he had purchased a bottle of wine and had to break it open because he didn\'t have a corkscrew and that\'s when he cut his hand.