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feb 17th 2016


10. CBS again chose LL Cool J to host because paint drying apparently had another commitment.

9. Screwing up the sound during Adele’s performance at awards presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences is like if the presentation of the award for Best Cinematography at the Oscars was done entirely out of focus.

8. Speaking of Adele, the either lighted her very poorly or get her to the hospital. The woman has jaundice.

7. R&B Singer, The Weeknd proved that black guys can’t pull off the Flock of Seagulls’ hair either.

6. During the salute to Lionel Ritchie, country singer Luke Bryan looked like he hadn’t taken a good dump since the Clinton administration.

5. Johnny Depp plays guitar like he acts…in the movie Mordecai.

4. Singer Ed Sheeran apparently shares a barber with Bernie Sanders.

3. Pitbull’s show closing number was perfect because I’m sure it made everyone get up leave.

2. Lady Gaga’s tribute to David Bowie should have been called Insufferable-gette City. (it was one Sweeny Sister shy of being a Saturday Night Live sketch)

1. Justin Bieber had the kind of mustache you usually only see on a guy who knocks on your door because the court requires he tell you he moved into your neighborhood.
posted by: Rick and Len at 6:15 am Comment On This Post

feb 15th 2016

(not the cow from the  story)

February 3rd Stanley Township
A caller reported there is a loose call in deep snow. The responding officer advised the cow may belong to The owner of the Sales Barn. The person the officer spoke to at the Sales Barn said the cow was sold to a man from Amery in Polk County.. The man from Amery had been trying to get the cow into the trunk of his car and it got away. The officer says the new owner couldn't fit the 800 pound cow in his small car because there was a 400 pound cow in the backseat and another cow in the trunk.

February 1st City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police regarding an angel who keeps contacting him. The man was not sure If the angel was a male or female, or how the messages were being received. The man told police he believes the angel might be from Arizona.

February 11th Brown County
Resident called police and reported someone had entered his apartment and opened his package of hot dogs. The man called back a short time later to report that they had also taken his Ramen noodles. 

January 31st City of Neenah
A caller on South Commercial Street reported they had a lawn ornament stolen over a week ago and now it has suddenly reappeared. Investigation found the garden ornament was "missing" because had just been buried under snow and had "reappeared" when the snow melted. It did not appear there was any criminal activity.

February 2nd City of Greenfield
A man and a woman were taken into custody for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest at a convenience store. The two caused a loud disruption pounding on the bathroom door and yelling because it was occupied.

January 27th City of Waukesha
Police were called to the Best Western Hotel where three people were causing a disturbance in the lobby. The people were upset that the staff that cleaned out the hotel room they stayed in two days ago did not save perishable food they left behind. The people were offered $15 for the food that was tossed but demanded more money. 

January 30th City of Glendale
Police were called to pick and save or two women were caught shoplifting cupcakes and waffles.

January 25th City of Chilton
An employee at Wal-Mart called police to report a subject had a suspiciously large number of expensive Legos in his cart. They were afraid the subject may run out the front door with the cart full of Legos.

January 31st City of Marshfield
Police responded to a report of a fight at a bar. While on the scene, staff indicated that they also wanted a drunken, shirtless man removed from the premises. In the parking lot, the drunken, shirtless man began asking his brother to punch him.

January 30th City of Marshfield
A store employee called police and reported a customer was attempting to purchase earrings but the store does not sell any type of jewelry. The earrings were in the original package with price tag attached. Please run able to determine how the earrings got in the store for what was the place of origin.

January 18th Village of Sherwood
A Carriage Court resident called police because they believe that their neighbors' dog was barking excessively. They told police, the dog barks for 2 to 10 minutes at a time exactly 2 times a day.

February 12th City of Manitowoc
The County Metro Drug Unit searched a house on South 14th Street after receiving information from Manitowoc County Sheriff's Office personnel, who smelled marijuana while at the location to find a man wanted on a local warrant. Officers found six teenagers inside the residence, about a half pound of marijuana, drug paraphernalia, and one live 3-foot-long crocodile.

January 9th Town of Rudolph
A 25-year-old man is facing charges for spitting at a police officer while attempting to steal a tractor.

January 30th Village of Balsam Lake
Police responded to a 911 call about erratic driving. The responding officer located the pick-up truck in question which turned out to be driven a nine-year old girl driving her intoxicated mother and the mother's intoxicated boyfriend the couple’s 11-month-old baby was strapped into a car seat. The nine-year-old allegedly drove the truck for miles, weaving in and out of oncoming traffic. Fortunately, there were no accidents and no one was hurt.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:17 am Comment On This Post

feb 8th 2016


February 3rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called 911 and reported people were threatening him, but he wouldn't give his address because he needed to go get a pizza first. The man said he couldn't go to the Police Department because he hadn't eaten all day and needed pizza. When a dispatcher told him to call back after he had eaten and not use 911, the man began swearing and calling the dispatcher names.

February 1st City of Waukesha
A man reported cigarette butts missing from his apartment. The man told police he believed someone took the cigarette butts to possibly frame him for a crime.

December 10th Village of Oregon
A 75-year-old man called the police and reported repeated threats due to his research on government conspiracies, which he said often upsets people. The man said he was delivered a package and because he had gotten them in the past he knew it would contain a plastic duck. The man said he sent a similar package he recently received to a postal inspector in Florida to have him look over. The man just wanted the incident documented, and said he did not know who has been sending him plastic ducks.

January 29th City of Waukesha
A resident notified police they believed a domestic disturbance was going on at an apartment and thought the woman that lived there was being abused. Responding officers discovered the man who lived there was alone and simply watching "Galavant," a musical comedy television show.

February 3rd City of Marshfield
Police were called after a woman was attempting to park her car when she mistook the windshield wiper control for the drive shifter and drove into a fence.

January 30th City of Waukesha
A security guard saw a vehicle in the parking lot of a car dealership with a sign in the window that read "this car is going to be BOMBED". Police found only a small canister on the floor in the backseat that turned out to be an air freshener. It was believed an employee placed the note in the window just so no one would enter the vehicle. 

January 31st City of Waukesha
A woman called police after a man attempted to crawl into her window because she wouldn't answer her door. The man said he tried to enter the house because he wanted his slippers. The woman ended up giving the slippers to the man, who was advised by police on his behavior.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:29 am Comment On This Post

feb 8th 2016


10. While Pepsi and Mountain Dew were suitable sponsors, this game really needed Red Bull and No-Doze.

9. The ad with the sheep looking for someone to love was sadly for Honda and not a new dating app.

8. Scott Baio is still alive and apparently likes guacamole.

7. When pregnant friends tell me they’re inducing labor, it just means they’re buying a bag or Doritos.

6. I’ve seen roast turkeys with better legs than Willem Dafoe.

5. Cam Newton really is good at dabbing if by dabbing you mean using a cloth to gently wipe away tears. 

4. We get it Steve Harvey. You screwed up. Let it go! 

3. Finally, there's a laxative for heroin users.

2. Not only is it okay to put catsup on your wiener, your wiener may like it.

1. Puppy Monkey Baby may have been creepy but not as nightmare inducing as watching Peyton Manning kiss Papa John.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:16 am Comment On This Post

feb 8th 2016


WAPL's International Incident trip this year is to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. That's a country which loves its baseball even more than we do in the USA. But good equipment is scarce and the Rockin' Apple is going to change that.

We're collecting used baseball gloves, balls, bats, cleats, etc. to bring with us and distribute to kids and young adults who play the game with passion but often without decent gear.
You can help by dropping off donations by Wednesday, Feb. 17 at any of the following locations:

GREEN BAY
Professional Heating and Air Conditioning
2944 Holmgren Way

APPLETON
Recker's Towing
1024 West Wisconsin Avenue

OSHKOSH
Turn Key Auto
2265 Omro Road (Highways 41 and 21)

PLYMOUTH
Generations Center
1500 Douglas Drive (County E just south of Highway 23)

NEW LONDON
Modern Flooring
3750 County T (Old 45 South)

KIEL
Kiel Auto,
1301 Highway 67

MANITOWOC
The Fitness Store
1410 Dewey Street
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:06 am Comment On This Post

feb 1st 2016

January 6th Village of Jackson
Officers were dispatched to a local factory regarding an employee who, after being terminated, caused a disturbance. A supervisor told police they informed the man he was being terminated because of his vulgar language in front of other employees, including repeatedly saying “mother****er” in the break room. The man reacted by using various versions of the f-word, such as “f*** this”, “mother ****ers”, and “f*** this place”. He was warned that the police would be called if he didn’t calm down; the man replied, not surprisingly, “F*** the police”.

January 19th City of Waukesha
A caller reported her apartment was entered and her cellphone was stolen. However, later in the day the phone was found in the refrigerator mixed in with some tomatoes.

January 17th City of Menasha
A female on First Street called police because she wanted her boyfriend removed from their home because he locked himself in a room and would not talk to her. The woman said her boyfriend had a new contact number in his phone and he would not explain why he was friends with the 22-year-old female. The boyfriend said he locked himself in the room to get away from the woman until she sobers up.

January 16th City of Waukesha
A caller told police he found a bullet inside his vehicle. The man told officers that two weeks earlier, he had noticed a hole in the roof of his car, but at the time didn't think much about it, assuming that someone who didn't like him had drilled a hole in it.

January 19th City of Greenfield
Someone defecated in the children's playhouse inside the Public Library. A library employee told police they believe it was done intentionally by an adult due to the size of the feces.

January 20th Village of Germantown
Police responded to Pro Health Care after an employee called to report a woman was acting erratically inside the clinic. The woman was reportedly talking with a puppet on her hand and lifting up her shirt. The woman left the clinic before police arrived and ended up in the lobby at the Police Department, where she complained of abdominal pain.

January 31st City of Green Bay
Police responded to a disturbance were a man wielding a fishing rod was threatening a man defending himself with a baseball bat.

January 20th City of Waukesha
A caller felt it was suspicious a plastic bag was near the fire hydrant. The caller said the bag was there for a day. Police said there was nothing suspicious as it was simply a trash bag. Officers responded to the scene and discarded the bag.

January 21st City of Waukesha
A caller reported a vehicle has been circling a business for the past 15 to 20 minutes. Employees of a nearby business were afraid to leave with the vehicle driving around. Police talked with the driver who was just playing a game on his phone that required him to pick out certain landmarks around the city. The driver was advised and moved along and the employees were escorted to their vehicles.

January 17th Village of Jackson
A woman told police that she received a text message reading: “Could you lower the noise. It is pretty disturbing and my son is asking if you’re hurt”. Police traced the sender who told them she meant to send the message to her upstairs neighbor. She told police she was just trying to tactfully address the neighbor’s intense romantic vocalizations during sex.

January 16th Village of Jackson
A West Bend man called the police and reported that his 52-year-old estranged wife called him from her Jackson workplace. The conversation was along the lines of, “You’re a f***ing a**hole” and “I hope you have another stroke and this time it either kills or paralyzes you”. After being warned, she told the officer that she had nothing further to say to her husband.

January 28th City of Sheboygan
Police responded to a call from somebody at the Mead Library. A man accused a teenager of throwing something at his car. The teen denied throwing anything. However, according to police, the man "wigged out".
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:34 am Comment On This Post