May 18th City of Waupun
A resident called police to report that a woman about a block away keeps taking pictures of her daughter. Police talked to the photographer, who said she is only pretending to take photos, so people feel they are being watched so they follow the rules. Police advised the woman to stop doing that.
May 22nd Village of Bonduel
A East Bowler Street woman called police at 4:00 am to report her sister and some guy were at her home and wouldn't leave. While the woman was still on he phone to police, the sister started throwing beer bottles at her.
May 21st City of Shawano
Someone called police to report the smell of marijuana coming from an East Fifth Street residence. Responding officers found the smell was actually coming from a skunk.
May 20th City of Waukesha
Police received a report a missing envelope that contained a $5 bill. The caller said the envelope was on their kitchen table and when they returned, it was missing. After a search by police, the missing envelope was located on a kitchen chair where it had apparently been blown by a ceiling fan.
May 20th City of Nekoosa
A woman reported someone got into her residence and spilled jelly on her clothes.
May 20th City of Wausau
Police responded to a report of a woman shoplifting beef sticks. When confronted by police, the woman apologized and offered to pay for what she had shoplifted. She then began pulling merchandise from her purse, including a bottle of lotion, two packages of beef sticks, a stuffed animal and several bookmarks before pulling a number of scarves from her bra. As she pulled the scarves out the scarves, several thousand dollars of heroin popped out of her brassiere.
May 17th Village of Biron
A woman reported people at her door were refusing to leave unless she bought them cigarettes.
May 19th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An officer responded to an anonymous report of a man on a four-wheeler, followed by two pedestrians with open intoxicants. The officer determined the "open intoxicant" they were imbibing was...iced tea.
May 22nd City of Shawano
Police responded to a report of a vandalized vehicle on East Division Street. The culprit left behind a note on the car reading, "Sugar daddy, you are blocking our view".
May 11th City of Neenah
Police were dispatched to Cameron Way for a man who checked into a hotel with his daughter and was acting strange. Employees at the hotel were concerned for the child’s safety because he drove to a motel in a car that had a tire that had been flat for some time. Then the man asked an employee to throw away a bag of clothes and he was in possession of pornography. Officers determined nothing criminal was going on.
May 21st City of Shawano
An Acorn Street woman concerned about her brother called police after finding several text messages on his phone that used the word "grits". She was concerned that "grits" was slang for drugs. The brother claimed it was slang for cigarettes.
May 20th City of Shawano
Police received a report of a 5-year-old girl in a blue dress on Lincoln Street climbing up a power pole.
May 23rd Town of Hubbard
A man called the sheriff's department to report someone rang his doorbell.
May 21st Town of Chester
A woman called the sheriff's department to report that the belt came off her tractor and she believed it might have been an act of vandalism. A responding deputy determined it was not vandalism. The belt was just old and cracked.
May 12th City of Shorewood
A resident called police after picking up “several pieces of dog feces” from their yard. The caller wanted police to do a DNA test on the pieces of feces so the dog could be located and the owner punished.
May 10th City of Fox Point
A woman was cited for damage to property after putting a 12-inch scratch on the side a car. The woman told police that she lost her balance as she walked past the car and scratched it by accident. The car belonged to the woman’s ex-husband.
May 16th City of Franklin
Police were called to the Salvation Army Store where they arrested a man for shoplifting a Beavis and Butthead video tape, valued at 49 cents.
May 16th City of Oak Creek
Police and firefighters responded to a fire alarm at Tanglewood Apartments. An officer spoke to a resident who stated his wife accidentally triggered the alarm as she attempted to hit a cockroach that was climbing up the wall near the fire alarm. An officer spoke with the apartment manager who confirmed the apartment building does have cockroaches.
May 14th City of Waukesha
Police received a report of two women and a man having sex in front of a window with the blinds open. When police arrived “sexual relations” were taking place just inside the window. When police tried to contact the people inside, one of the women slammed the door in their face.
May 14th City of Waukesha
A resident called police to report that people who they reported were having sex in their car the day before are now driving past their home and honking their horn and flipping them off.