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SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 7-28-14


July 24th City of Portage
Police responded to a report of a disturbance at the county fairgrounds where they found two boys in the cattle barn fighting  over the placement of a manure pile. 

June 29th Village of Sherwood
A DJ on Clifton Road called police and reported five or six people were attempting to force him stay longer and play more music.

July 10th City of Menasha
Officers received an anonymous complaint about a rummage sale in progress. Officers contacted the resident who said there was no sale in progress and that all items laying in the driveway are just their children's toys.

July 11th Village of Jackson
An officer stopped an SUV for blinding oncoming traffic with its high-beams. The driver, a 35-year-old West Bend woman, was believed to be drinking and admitted she already had a suspended license for two prior OWI convictions. The woman also told police she was hiding a cell phone in her vagina. Jail staff used a metal detector and determined that the woman did NOT actually have a cell phone in her vagina.

July 18th City of Stevens Point
A 53-year-old woman told police that she found a bag of melted ice inside her mailbox.

July 23rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report two little boys threw a “bouncy-ball” at her.

July 18th City of Waukesha
A man called police because he didn’t want to go inside his apartment because there were bugs inside.

July 14th City of Franklin
Police received a report of a theft of about six yards of dirt from the St. Martin Church cemetery.

June 23rd Village of Harrison
A resident called police to report their neighbors ducks kept coming into their yard. Please informed them that there is nothing in village ordinances covering ducks so they are apparently free to do what they want.

June 23rd City of Chilton
Police received a report of a driver in a black SUV driving the wrong way on a one-way street with a male passenger hanging out the sunroof yelling at a moped.

July 21st City of Shawano
A caller told police someone broke into their car and left behind a pack of beef jerky.

July 15th Village of Shorewood
A resident called police after seeing a man tearing siding off her house. When confronted, the man quickly left. It turned out the man tearing off the siding was supposed to be working on a house across the street.

June 27th Village of Harrison
Police were asked to assist with a two-year-old child stuck in a bathroom. The bathroom door would not open because a vanity drawer in the bathroom was open and blocking the door. The two-year-old was eventually safely extricated from the bathroom.

July 15th City of Franklin
An unidentified male rang a resident’s doorbell and stated he could read people, could tell that she was rich, said something about President Obama and then stated that he was done talking to her and left.

July 24th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police to report that his neighbor keeps throwing feces on his hammock.

July 19th City of Rice Lake
A man caught in the act of robbing a bank told police he only did it to get enough money to pay off court obligations so he could avoid going to jail.