May 18th City of Beaver Dam
Police received an anonymous report about a group of teens standing in the roadway on North Spring Street. Police made contact with the teens and found out that they were just throwing bottles in the air.
May 16th City of Beaver Dam
An employee at a restaurant on Front Street reported that there were people there who did not want to pay the full price of their food. The customers explained to officers that the food they were served was cold, however, admitted that they did eat it all. They were instructed by police to pay for the food.
May 12th Village of Randolph
An officer responded to a report of an intoxicated man driving a riding lawn mower with a chainsaw attached to the front.
May 19th City of Marshfield
A South Maple Street man requested police check on his 31-year-old neighbor who had been up all night...chanting.
May 16th City of West Allis
Police were called to Pick 'n Save where a 17-year-old boy was caught shoplifting a package of Playtex tampons. According to police, a value estimate for the tampons was not available.
May 17th City of Beaver Dam
A man called police from Stone Street telling them he wanted two people removed from his father's funeral dinner. The people had not been invited. They left quietly after they finished eating.
May 15th City of Wausau
Police received a report of the theft of a 1994 Mercury Cougar valued at $1,700 that contained the cremated remains of the owner's father and grandfather. Upon investigation, officers learned that the car was towed and crushed for scrap. The whereabouts of the cremated remains remains unknown.