June 6th City of Glendale
A resident on North Ames Terrace reported someone entered his garage and stole five cases of expired Wrigley\'s gum.
June 14th City of Beaver Dam
A man called police to report that someone had broken out a basement window from his home on Fourth Street to steal some water bottles.
June 12th Village of Allouez
A 24-year-old man, who claimed he was in the Army, threw a planter through the front door window of Residence Inn. The man said he broke the window because he was locked out his room and the front desk clerk would not open the door.
June 1at Town of Menasha
A female resident on Wheeler Road reported finding a man sleeping in the back seat of her car. Officers made contact with the 31-year-old man, who said he was trying to get home from a party and couldn\'t remember how he had gotten to the area or where he was. Police gave the man a ride home.
June 16th City of Beaver Dam
Police responded to an anonymous report of a boy on Spring Street riding a homemade scooter being pulled by dogs.
June 4th City of Menasha
A woman on Third Street reported that her 29-year-old daughter was causing problems again, and she wanted something done about it.
June 10th Village of Winneconne
A 49-year-old Maple Street resident called police claiming someone entered his unlocked home and turned on a kitchen faucet full blast to flood his apartment after he left for work. When police arrived on the scene they found the caller, who was intoxicated, calmly sitting at a table eating potato chips with water everywhere. He was intent on filing a report so his landlord would not blame him for the damage.
June 15th City of Oshkosh
Police received a phone call from an extremely upset tenant of an East Irving Street duplex who discovered a slithering four-foot long corn snake while she was doing laundry in her basement.
June 13th City of Waupaca
Police responded to a report of a pine tree behind the Gateway Senior Housing that appears to be burning. Responding officers found a man in the act... of roasting marshmallows.