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feb 14th 2014

We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week….34-year-old Sharquon Liggins of Racine. Liggins was arrested Monday by an officer responding to a report from a driver of a man throwing meat as passing vehicles.  When police got to the scene, they found frozen pork ribs in the roadway and scattered across all four lanes of traffic. It’s estimated that there approximately 15 to 20 frozen pork ribs in the road. The investigating officer located a plastic grocery bag with more frozen pork ribs in a front yard nearby — and determined Liggins lived at that home. When the officer asked Liggins why he was throwing meat into the road, Liggins reportedly replied that he “thought it was funny.”


For coming up with the most amusing use of pork since ten years ago when disgraced Winnebago County District Attorney Joe Paulus used it as a verb. (audio - "I was porking her and loving it!" - Paulus)

For using his pork as projectiles when he should be spending Valentine’s week makin’ bacon.

And for being responsible for the worst waste of a rib since the one God took from Adam.

We are proud to name alleged pork rib flinger Sharqon Liggins of Racine as this week’s Rick and Len Show…Weenie of the Week!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:56 am Comment On This Post

feb 10th 2014

January 29th City of Neenah
Police were called to a Green Street residence where they cited a 19-year-old man with property damage and disorderly conduct after he allegedly hit another man with a vacuum cleaner.

February 2nd City of Hales Corners
A man called police to ask an officer to respond to Confucius Restaurant because they put his sauce upside-down in his to-go bag and sauce spilled all over his car. The man was upset because the manager refused to do anything about it when he complained, so he wanted police to go to the restaurant first "before the cops are called on him." The caller was advised it was a civil matter and did not warrant police intervention.

February 1st City of Marshfield
A 24-year-old man was cited for second offense drunken driving after he was found sleeping in his vehicle in the Taco Bell drive-thru. The vehicle was running and in drive when police found the man. It is not clear whether or not the man received his Taco Bell order before being taken to the police station for a blood draw.

February 6th City of Shawano
Police responded to a report of an alleged domestic dispute at a residence on East Lieg Avenue. A woman at the residence told police her husband had thrown a soda at the wall, tossed a rabbit cage and bent her wallet.

February 5th City of Shawano
A 911 call that is believed to be a pocket dial was received. According to the police record, the 911 dispatcher heard a man talking to someone named Scotty and belching very loudly.

February 2nd City of Portage
A man called 911 and told police he had outstanding warrants and wanted to be taken to jail. When police arrived, the man gave them a false name. Per his wishes, he was taken to jail on the warrants and also on a charge of obstructing an officer for lying about his name.

February 3rd City of Waupun
A woman at Our Bar on East Main Street called police to report concrete was poured down the toilet and she knows who did it.

February 1st City of Beaver Dam
A man told police a group of woman approached him at Wall-Mart and one of the woman used her phone as a “kiss cam.”

February 1st City of Beaver Dam
A resident called police because a man on East Main Street was yelling at another man to leave. When police arrived, a 35-year-old man said he was invited over to the other man’s house. The man at the residence said the other man was NOT invited over to his house.

January 29th Town of Jackson
A man called police to complain that his 28-year-old stepson was intoxicated, disorderly, and refusing to sleep in the basement. The officers found the son sleeping on the couch in the main level. The man complained that he had swine flu because of how cold it is in the basement. Much of what the man said didn’t make sense because of his intoxication but he INSISTED that the responding officer check out the basement for himself so he could see just how cold it was. The officer went down to the basement where he found the man's marijuana stash and paraphernalia in plain view, earning the man two citations.

January 25th City of Waukesha
Police responded to a disturbance where neighbors were arguing about where a snow plow driver was moving snow. One resident said the plow driver tried to run his wife over. The caller later admitted he was upset the plow was pushing snow to his side of the street so his wife stood in front of the plow as it was trying to clean a driveway. The residents were advised on their behavior and told to let the snowplow driver do his job.

February 3rd City of Waukesha
A man at Price Point Inn called police because he believes someone was in his room. The man told police he found a clump of hair. Police, could not find any signs of forced entry but reported that the floor was "filthy."

January 28th City of Brookfield
Two women were arrested at Party City after one woman reportedly distracted employees while the other concealed items. When police arrived, they found the women, ages 21 and 25, attempting to leave the store with a variety of Justin Bieber merchandise.

February 2nd City of Brookfield
Police were called to the Factory Card Outlet where two 24 year old woman were caught in the act of attempting to steal $66 of cups, plates, napkins, balloons, bags and invitations all bearing the likeness of Justin Bieber that they told officers they wanted to use for a Super Bowl party.

January 27th City of Brookfield
A man called police to report that the neighbors below him were pounding on their ceiling. Police contacted the neighbors, who said they were just trying to tell him to "shut up" because he was talking on the phone so loudly they couldn't hear their television.

January 26th city of Cudahy
A 53-year-old woman was cited for disorderly conduct. The woman reportedly confronted her 26-year-old son and his girlfriend. According to the woman's husband "there was some tension about hockey tickets and who was going to use them." The son accused his mother of pushing his girlfriend. The mother denied pushing her, but "stated she did push her son just to show him how she would push someone."
posted by: Rick and Len at 11:28 am Comment On This Post

feb 7th 2014

Image: Wikipedia Commons

We are proud to name as this week's Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week...heroin users. Yes, heroin users.
Now, while we realize that drug addiction is a disease and isn't an easy thing to people are doing more and more heroin. Heroin!

From 2000 to 2007, our state averaged 29 overdose deaths related to heroin use.
in 2012, we had 93...and last year, there were 199 deaths from heroin in Wisconsin. 199 of our people OD'ed on horse, junk, black tar, smack.

Whatever you call it, that is just plain stupid.

So, for ignoring the heroin lessons our nation learned through the 60's and 70's, when drug-related crimes skyrocketed, children had to play in needle littered parks and entire neighborhoods ended up as mere shells of know, kind of like what Detroit looks like now.

For thinking that it's a good idea to use heroin to catch a buzz...when these days you can get your hands on all kinds of high grade and realtively harmless marijuana...all for the price of a bus ticket to Colorado..

And for apparently never watching TV, listening to a radio or reading news on the internet because they're so busy jamming needles in their arms that they missed the news about all the celebrity ODs...and for never watching that scene in that olne movie which shows what happens when you do too much get recklessly driven to an apartment where the guy who played the deformed kid in Mask has to ram an adreleline shot right through your breastplate.

I mean, really, people? Heroin? Let me put it to you this way...Philip Seymour C'mon, man!

We are, truth be told, not so proud to name area heroin users as this week's Rick and Len Show Weenies of the Week.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:46 am Comment On This Post

feb 7th 2014
Healthy feet

January 25th - Lake Oswego, Oregon
A woman called police because she became suspicious when she discovered a wet footprint on her front porch. Upon investigation by police, they discovered that the footprint was her own.

February 4th - Miramar, Florida
A charter school went on lockdown and a main road and adjoining side streets were blocked for over two hours after suspicious items discovered in the street in front of the school. Police eventually determined that the suspicious items were several decorative pillows.

January 30th - East Greenwich, Pennsylvania
Authorities are searching for a man who tried to rob a Hallmark store.  According to  police,  the suspect presented the store's cashier with a Hallmark birthday card in which he had written his own lovely sentiment. Written inside of it were these words..."Give me all the money or I will kill you." Unfortunately for the criminal wordsmith, the store cashier was unimpressed - that person called another employee over, and the suspect ran off without any money.

January 25th - Dutch Harbor, Alaska
A man called police and reported his television remote had been stolen the previous day. An officer responded to the victim’s residence and quickly located a remote in the house, but the victim advised the officer that the remote he found was his back-up remote and his primary remote which had clearly been stolen since he was unable to find it. According to police, the matter is not under investigation.

January 16th - Strongsville, Ohio
Police were called to Chase Bank after a woman demanded $10,000 and threatened to put a curse on the employees if they did not give her the money. The woman, who was a former customer, said the curse involved both a stomach illness and "constant diarrhea." When police arrived, the woman was gone. However, when she returned the following day, for the $10,000 or to enact her curse, the woman was arrested by police. No word on whether her stomach flu spell worked.

January 1st - Jensen Beach, Florida
A 30-year-old man was arrested October 1 in the drive-thru of the Taco Bell. Deputies arrived to find him either passed out or sleeping — and smelling of booze — with his foot on the truck’s gas pedal. According to police, when they asked the man for his I.D., he handed the officers a taco.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:40 am Comment On This Post

feb 3rd 2014
January 29th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police and reported he bought cigarettes and gas from a service station, and the attendant was mean to him.

January 25th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police and reported her boyfriend bit her and stole her cigarettes.

January 26th Town of Menasha
A 28-year-old man on West Wilson Avenue man was cited for loud music after neighbors called police. The man told officers he was “livin’ it up” because he did not have his child. He was upset the neighbors called police and said that he was the scapegoat for other issues. The man became agitated with officers, swore and crumpled up the ticket and threw it on the floor.

January 25th City of Greenfield
A man called police from the Aldi parking lot to report he had blocked in a driver after she almost struck him while she was talking on her cellphone. The woman in the car also called police to report a man was standing outside her car door and screaming at her.

January 20th City of Waukesha
A woman called 911 to report her boyfriend was "bugging her". A responding officer found the "bugging" that led to the emergency call was the result of the two having a disagreement about what to watch on television.

January 10th Town of Brookfield
A representative from a business that sells custom made clothing for clergymen called police to report that a man who bought four priest's cassocks and bishop's cape paid for the vestments with a stolen credit card.

January 20th City of Greenfield
A male suspect entered Subway, implied he had a weapon in his pocket and attempted to rob the business. The suspect, who was wearing a dark hoodie, blue surgical mask and some type of bandana over his eyes, took a black vegetable container before fleeing the business.
posted by: Rick and Len at 1:46 pm Comment On This Post