November 16th City of Chilton
Police assistance was requested from a resident on Manhattan Street whose toilet was running over. Police advised the caller to turn off the water, but were unable to do so. A local plumber's phone number was given to the caller.
December 2nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A 14th Street man reported to police that someone in the neighborhood was having fun with Christmas lights.
November 28th Dodge County
A 35-year-old woman called 911 "to complain that her husband wanted to leave the bar and would not give her any money." The woman was informed that her husband not giving her money was not a 911 type emergency.
November 24th City of Racine
Police called to a disturbance during a Thanksgiving Day gathering, arrested a 23-year-old man. The man had become upset that a friend of his girlfriend was sitting on what he said was his chair. In an effort to get the woman to get out of “his chair” the man grabbed a knife with an 8-inch blade from the kitchen and stabbed the wall, and then went after the friend. The friend picked up a broom to fight him off. The attack stopped only when someone mentioned the police.
November 21st City of Waukesha
A man called police to report his wife "was throwing knives and forks and spoons". Police responded and found the caller was drunk and his story could not be supported by evidence.
November 26th City of Oak Creek
A caller reported to police that the Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer decoration was taken from his front yard between. The resident also told police that sometime last week someone placed a vodka bottle in his mailbox, but didn't think anything about it until Rudolph went missing.
November 26th City of Wauwatosa
A man paid for a washer and computer printer valued at $500 with counterfeit money at Sears. The man originally tried to haggle and had offered store employees offering $60 and a pizza for the items.
November 21st City of Oshkosh
A 62-year-old man on West Ninth Avenue who was unhappy with the progress construction workers were making was cited for disorderly conduct after he yelled and swore at the workers while they were pouring cement.
December 3rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
Officers responded to an anonymous report of a lot of banging and screaming sounds and then a loud crack At a home on First Street. Responding officers discovered people lifting weights and doing a workout.