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jul 18th 2011
July 9th City of Wauwatosa
Police responded to a report that someone had rearranged the letters on the marquee at the Rosebud Cinema. The promotion for movie "Captain America" was changed to "Cap Anal Erica," which owners thought might be a threat to shoot a woman named Erica.

July 12th City of Clintonville
Police warned a man on 12th Street about operating his riding lawnmower on the sidewalk.

June 7th City of Green Bay
Officers responded to a report that three youths outside Southwest High School were tossing potatoes into traffic.

June 30th Village of Allouez
A 25-year-old man was cited for running nude in the area of Allouez and Webster Avenues. The man allegedly told officers he ran nude because he saw someone else do it so he thought it was OK.

July 1st City of Chilton
Police were called to a building on Memorial Drive at 2:51am where a shirtless man wearing shorts with stripes was doing push-ups in the parking lot.

July 2nd City of Glendale
A 30-year-old woman was arrested for drunken driving, driving after suspension and hit and run. The woman at 3am going 50 miles-per-hour in a 35 zone, driving without lights, with one shredded tire and a shattered windshield. The woman denied being in an accident but could not explain why she was covered in windshield glass.
posted by: Rick And Len at 11:12 am Comment On This Post

jul 16th 2011
A 29-year-old Two Rivers man, Cory P. Smits, was found guilty last week in Manitowoc County Circuit Court of his fifth-offense operating while intoxicated.

Gee, drink and driving for the 5th time. Who'd expect this guy to make bad decisions?
posted by: Rick And Len at 7:02 am Comment On This Post

jul 15th 2011

We are proud to name as this week's Rick and Len Weenie of the Week...Tyler Kosmoski, the owner of the Diamond Factory, a Ashwaubenon jewelry store, who allegedly took in customers items for cleaning or repair or to sell by consignment only to turn around and pawn the items before fleeing the area. Police say they have received at least 75 complaints concerning missing items valued at $100,000 and growing. Police finally tracked Kosmoski to the Wausau area after his vehicle was found stuck in a forest near Rib Mountain. He was arrested there Wednesday night after a foot chase.

So,

For at a time when a competitor "wants to be your jeweler" instead prefers to "want to be your felon".

For going from selling 14 karat gold bracelets, to himself, sporting a pair made from a far less precious metal.

For going from selling earrings to 'earing the words "you're under arrest".

And for allegedly committing acts that could result in him being sentenced to spending up to 10 years in a place where the only jewels he’ll be getting close to will be those of an overly affectionate cellmate.

We are proud to name runaway Ashwaubenon jeweler Tyler Kosmoski as this week's Rick and Len Show...WEENIE OF THE WEEK.

posted by: Rick And Len at 4:03 am Comment On This Post

jul 15th 2011
We are proud to name as this week's Rick and Len Weenie of the Week...Tyler Kosmoski, the owner of the Diamond Factory, a Ashwaubenon jewelry store, who allegedly took in customers items for cleaning or repair or to sell by consignment only to turn around and pawn the items before fleeing the area. Police say they have received at least 75 complaints concerning missing items valued at $100,000 and growing. Police finally tracked Kosmoski to the Wausau area after his vehicle was found stuck in a forest near Rib Mountain. He was arrested there Wednesday night after a foot chase.

So,

For at a time when a competitor "wants to be your jeweler" instead prefers to "want to be your felon".

For going from selling 14 karat gold bracelets, to himself, sporting a pair made from a far less precious metal.

For going from selling earrings to 'earing the words "you're under arrest".

And for allegedly committing acts that could result in him being sentenced to spending up to 10 years in a place where the only jewels he’ll be getting close to will be those of an overly affectionate cellmate.

We are proud to name runaway Ashwaubenon jeweler Tyler Kosmoski as this week's Rick and Len Show...WEENIE OF THE WEEK.
posted by: Rick And Len at 10:05 am Comment On This Post

jul 14th 2011
It's your last chance to get a ball (or balls) for the Great American Ball Drop. At the conclusion of the Rick and Len 2 Putz Golf classic tomorrow we'll drop golf balls from a helicopter. If the ball with your number on it comes closest to the target, you get $1000. Many other great prizes like iPods and stuff.

Get your ball(s) or more accurately, your ball number now by clicking here or stop at any area Community 1st Credit Union location. It's $10 for 1, $25 for 3 or $50 for 7!

All the proceeds benefit the Red Cross and stay right here in our area.

Don't wait! Your chance to win is running out! ORDER NOW!
posted by: Rick And Len at 10:23 am Comment On This Post

jul 14th 2011
The VERY funny Andy Woodhull is appearing this week at Skyline Comedy Cafe. See him tonight, WAPL Night and get 2 for 1 admission. Click here to get your tickets on-line or call 920-734-JOKE (5653) to make your reservations old school.

And Andy will join us Friday morning at Mid Valley Golf Course to bring a little of the funny to the Rick and Len Two Putz Golf Classic!

Here he is in action!


http://youtu.be/2bCxRuZ8IVA
posted by: Rick And Len at 10:14 am Comment On This Post

jul 13th 2011
Sherwood Schwartz, the creator of Gilligan's Island, died this week. As you may or may not know, you can sing the lyrics to Amazing Grace to the tune of the Gilligan's Island theme. Try it yourself. What a fitting tribute!

Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound,
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.
Was blind, but now I see.

T'was Grace that taught my heart to fear.
And Grace, my fears relieved.
How precious did that Grace appear
The hour I first believed.
The hour I first believed.

Through many dangers, toils and snares
I have already come;
'Tis Grace that brought me safe thus far
and Grace will lead me home.
and Grace will lead me home.
posted by: Rick And Len at 8:21 am Comment On This Post

jul 11th 2011
July 3rd City of Manitowoc
A 21-year-old woman called to report that she bought a 20-pack of beer the previous evening and set it on the porch of her south-side home. When she went back to check, the beer was gone. On Sunday morning, the woman found the case had been returned with empty beer bottles and a thank you note scrawled on it. She told police she was upset and asked if a DNA test could be done to find out who drank her beer.


July 4th Town of Lamartine
A woman on Fairview Road called the Fond du Lac Sheriff's Department after she saw a 63-year-old man working outside his home naked. The woman said the man had no clothes on when he picked up a hose and put it back on a reel. A sheriff's deputy reported the man was cooperative when he was informed to either change his behavior or put up a high fence.

June 21st Village of Hilbert
A welfare check was requested at a Stephan Avenue residence where there was reportedly an open grill with flames shooting out in a front yard and young child was riding a bike around the grill without clothes on.

July 8th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An anonymous complaint was received by police regarding a couple in their 60s at the Wisconsin Rapids City Zoo drinking alcohol in front of the lemurs.

June 7th City of Green Bay
A 25-year-old man was cited for unlawful use of a telephone after threatening his girlfriend's assistant manager at a local restaurant. The man reportedly often calls the girlfriend at work and got upset when the assistant manager told him to stop calling and that his girlfriend was dead.

July 1st Village of Winneconne
Police cited a 22-year-old man for disorderly conduct after he spoke profanely to a Main Street convenience store clerk when she refused to sell him cigarettes because he could not produce an ID. When confronted the man admitted to speaking profanely. He told police he had gone to the store to purchase cigarettes for an intoxicated friend.

June 6th City of Green Bay
A 20-year-old Kastle Park employee was cited and fired after allegedly overcharging customers for mini golf and pocketing the extra cash.

June 15th Village of Sherwood
Police received a report from a Spring Hill Drive resident that someone was ringing doorbells and running off. Extra police patrol was provided.
posted by: Rick And Len at 10:41 am Comment On This Post

jul 8th 2011

http://youtu.be/hq1BmHXsaqM

We are proud to name as this week's Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week...

Marinette Mayor Robert Harbick, who was arrested last weekend for drunk driving after leaving a fast food restaurant parking lot and smashing into a light pole...at 3:45 p.m.! Police say his blood alcohol level measured more than point-two-four percent.

So, for running over a light pole assuring he was the only thing lit up on Marinette’s streets that afternoon.

For besmirching the image of lovely little Marinette so badly that you can actually hear them snickering over the border in Menominee.

For inadvertently changing Marinette's tourism slogan from "Your City By the Bay" to "Your Mayor Under the Influence".

And for cranking the Commodores on his car radio... "You’re once, twice, three times the limit."

We are proud to name Marinette Mayor Robert Harbick, accused of driving poop-faced drunk into a light post as this week's Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week!
posted by: Rick And Len at 12:28 pm Comment On This Post

jul 1st 2011
We are proud to name as this week's Rick and Len Weenie of the Week...well, first let me say this, earlier this week, we had the story of a man in Fond du Lac who had to be rescued by firefighters after he got his hand stuck while trying to retrieve a Snickers Bar from his car's gas tank. Afterward, we received a number of e-mails from listeners indicating that this poor guy should be Weenie of the Week. Really? You think he should be the Weenie? Wasn't he just doing what anyone else would do if they found someone had jammed a Snickers Bar into their gas tank? Seriously, what would you do in that situation? Leave it in there and see what kind of gas mileage it gets? So, I say "Nay!" This unfortunate Fond du Lacian is not the weenie. No! He is the victim! So, we would like to proudly name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week...the jack wagon who jammed the Snickers Bar in this guy’s gas tank in the first place? Who does a thing like that?

So, for jamming something in a tight space where it doesn’t belong...an act they themselves could end up on the receiving end of should they be apprehended and sent to prison.

For apparently thinking the guys car was running like Betty White.

So, for seeming believing that there are now four grades of gasoline; regular, premium, unleaded and NOUGAT!

We are proud to name whomever stuck the Snickers Bar in the guy's gas tank in Fond du Lac (or as I like to call them, "The Bad Snicker Jammer of Fond du Lac County" ) as this week's Rick and Len Show...Weenie of the Week!
posted by: Rick And Len at 11:12 am Comment On This Post