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dec 5th
Small Town Crime Wave 12-3-12
November 23rd City of Portage
Officers responded to a 911 hang-up call from someone who was upset because they could not find the show “Ghost Hunters” on television.

November 14th City of Neenah
Police cited a 32-year-old Menasha woman for shoplifting after she confessed to stealing 13 plastic bookmarks from a store.

November 14th City of Neenah
Officers responded to a 911 call for a disturbance and heard a woman screaming upon arrival. Officers determined the woman and her live-in boyfriend were arguing over what TV show to watch. Both were warned about their behavior.

November 19th City of Hales Corners
A woman called police to report the theft of her socks and kitchen strainer. An extra police watch was requested for her home.

November 17th City of Waukesha
A caller reported a possible drug deal in progress after seeing five cars pull up next to a silver Blazer and pull away. Responding officers found a group of cheerleaders participating in a scavenger hunt.

November 19th City of Waukesha
A caller reported seeing a man was reportedly walking wearing all black and carrying a samurai sword. Police questioned the man and found he was he was walking to work as he regularly does and carrying an umbrella, not a sword.

November 20th City of Waukesha
A caller reported a man and woman arguing and “slamming things around the apartment”.  Responding officers found the man was apparently worked up over a basketball game on TV and throwing a stress ball off the wall, while the female was yelling at him to stop.

November 23rd City of Portage
Police investigated a report of a person who called a local retail outlet and said he would have a gun in his car if the store did not have the television advertised in a Black Friday sale in stock.

November 13th City of Brown Deer
An 18-year-old man was arrested for theft from his employer, Pick ’n Save. The man admitted “discounting purchases” made by another man who most often purchased corn beef saying that man was “a very good cook” and fed the employee.