July 6th City of Madison
Police arrested a Racine man after he slammed his SUV into a strip club. Officers say the 50-year-old man was asked to leave the club after vomiting in the VIP area. After that, witnesses told police the man got into his SUV, put it in reverse and slammed into the club\'s entrance. When police pulled up to the man’s vehicle, an officer asked him how he was doing. He told them, "Not good," but indicated he had "seen some nice strippers". The man then denied driving the SUV and claimed he arrived at the location thanks to help from… "Martians."
June 23rd City of Wauwatosa
A 32-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct after he drove his bicycle up to the drive-through window at McDonald\'s and refused to leave until he got served. The man threatened to slap employees and was holding up about five cars waiting for orders.
June 16th City of Neenah
Police responded to a report of an animal-at-large on Deerfield Avenue and what they are calling an "ongoing defecation problem."
July 3rd Village of Winneconne
Police arrested a father-son texting tag team after they sent threatening and vulgar text messages to the father\'s ex-wife. The ex-wife showed police several obscene texts she received on her cell phone from a number she recognized as her ex-husband\'s. She could tell from the wording that they had been dictated to her son, who actually did the texting. Police went to the ex-husband\'s residence and spoke to the couple\'s son, who admitted he sent the texts for his father who did not know how to send text messages.
June 14th Town of Menasha
An employee reported that someone stole his lunchbox while he was at work on American Drive. He told police his lunchbox contained some orthopedic products.
June 16th City of Glendale
A 31-year-old man was arrested on a criminal charge of disorderly conduct after he attacked a 16-year-old boy as they both stood in line at McDonald\'s. The man was behind the boy and said, "Let\'s cut in front of these kids," and did. The boy told the man that wasn\'t right and the man grabbed the boy around the neck and hit him in the chest. The man left but was arrested at his home where he was found lying on the floor with 24 empty beer cans scattered around him. The man admitting drinking only "nine pints of beer" and denied hurting the boy but admitted being rude to McDonald\'s employees.
July 2nd City of Madison
A 50-year-old man told police he was hanging out with two white male teens in James Madison Park when he decided to buy a bottle of brandy to share with his friends. He bought the booze and shortly afterward was robbed of the brandy and his wallet at knife point. A short time later, police apprehended the thief and recovered the stolen brandy. According to police, “The victim became very upset when informed the brandy was evidence and he wouldn\'t be getting it back immediately. The man reportedly threw a tantrum laying down in the road demanding he get his booze back. The victim was later himself arrested for making false 911 calls that were more failed attempts at retrieving his liquor.
June 27th City of Chilton
Police received a report of a two vehicle accident. A North 9th Street resident reported that a neighbor hit the caller’s remote control nitro-powered car with his silver Mazda. It was explained to him that real vehicles have the right of way. The caller was advised to go to a parking lot and not play on the roadway with his toys.