November 5th City of Shawano
An employee of the AmericInn Lodge and Suites called The sheriff’s department to report a large rabbit of unknown origin was hopping down the hotels second floor hallway. A responding officer took the rabbit into custody without incident. (FYI: The rabbit in the picture above may not be the actual rabbit from the AmericInn in Shawano)
November 3rd City of Pulaski
Police contacted a West Crest Drive woman to inform her that it was illegal to burn her cat pee soaked mattress in her yard. The woman had apparently been trying to do so by piling tree branches on top of the urine soaked mattress.
November 4th City of Waupun
A woman called police to report a domestic dispute in an adjoining apartment. Police arrived and found the occupants, a man and wife, arguing over what temperature to set the thermostat.
October 2nd City of Mayville
Please responded to an altercation on Bridge Street where a 46-year-old woman and her 23-year-old daughter were fighting over a dirty dish.
October 31st City of Waukesha
A resident called police after their bowl of pretzels set out for trick-or-treaters was taken. The caller said she set out a bowl of pretzels and then went inside to take a shower. When she returned the bowl was gone.
November 5th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported seeing a man with a bicycle hidden in the bushes taking dark clothing out of a shopping bag. Investigating officers discovered the man was waiting for his girlfriend, and the dark clothing was her jacket.
October 21st City of Menasha
Officers responded to a report of three children on First Street running in the road with their pants down. Upon arrival, the officer saw two boys in the road with their pants down, revealing their underwear. A third child told police he was recording a video for YouTube. The officer notified their parents and they were warned for disorderly conduct.
October 22nd City of Menasha
Police received a report of a man who was intoxicated at Jefferson Park. The man was harassing kickball players by sticking his fishing pole through the fence. An officer found an open bottle of vodka in the water bottle holder of the man’s bicycle. He was cited for having an open intoxicant in public and asked to leave the park.
November 4th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police received a report of a man pounding on a door on Seventh Avenue and yelling that the home’s occupants didn’t “get him high.”