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mar 27th


10. Cut municipal spending by putting the mayor’s credit card in a top drawer.

9. Have city council host a fundraising brat fry with sausages obtained from Alderman Zima’s slacks.

8. Sell hot air from council sessions to wind farm.

7. Catch the mayor and steal his pot of gold.

6. Start a city council swear jar. For convenience, allow Alderman Zima to use direct deposit.

5. Shave the mayor’s eyebrows. Sell the hair to a company that makes toupees for balding chimps.

4. Let Alderman Wery look through accounts at the bank where he works and see who can spare a little cash.

3. That fellow just raised a lot of money wheelchair-ing from Janesville. Why not break the mayor’s legs, drop him 170 miles from home and see how he does?

2. Have Mayor and members of the city council take turns in charity dunk tank filled with lukewarm elephant piss.

1. Fittingly, enact half percent sales tax on douchebags.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:40 am Comment On This Post

mar 27th


March 26th Sheboygan County
A Sheriff’s Deputy encountered a semi driver who believed he was being chased by a werewolf. The deputy found no trace of a werewolf but did discover that the semi was dragging a very large boulder. (police call)

March 13th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report a man in a parked car near her house was listening to "sad love music" too loudly for about 90 minutes. Officers arrived and found the man listening to "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman at a slightly excessive volume.

March 12th City of Menasha
Officers were dispatched for a possible disturbance on Traders Road. Responding officers discovered the disturbance was just two brothers arguing over a necklace.

March 25th City of Columbus
Police were called after a woman at Kwik Trip punched man in face because he didn't hold door open for her.

March 11th City of Waukesha
Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute. However, when officers arrived at the apartment, they found it was just a man and woman using a Samsung virtual reality device, and the woman had started crying after seeing a realistic video of a snake.

March 15th City of Brookfield
Police responded to a report of child abuse at Toys R Us after a man was observed pushing his son. The man told police that he had just pushed his son out of pain after the boy had hit him in the crotch for not buying him a toy.

March 9th Village of Fox Crossing
A resident on Imperial Lane called police to report finding inappropriate drawings of male genitals on his car within the past 30 minutes. The drawings were fortunately in window paint and were easily removed. The man suspected that his ex-girlfriend had done this but did not have proof. The officer spoke with the ex-girlfriend, who initially was not cooperative on the phone but a little more forthcoming when the officer visited her in person. She admitted to vandalizing the man's new girlfriend’s car but not her ex’s. The officer was able to verify her whereabouts during the time the vandalism had occurred.

March 9th City of Greenfield
A highly-intoxicated man called 911 because he was upset about being thrown out of a bar and was mad because his friend was still being served. When police arrived, the caller said his friend was supposed to drive him home and he didn’t want him to drive drunk. After being warned about the proper use of 911, one of the men walked home and the other was given a ride home by police.

March 17th Village of Pewaukee
Officers were called to a residence for a report of an argument between two people. Police learned the argument was about being “shorted” a taco at Taco Bell. The situation resulted in the two people arguing over the uneven number of tacos and who was entitled to the last one. Officers determined that both parties had been drinking and did not meet the criteria for domestic disturbance.

March 22nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a man walking down the street covered in mold.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:20 am Comment On This Post

mar 24th


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week… Merriett Cox, the 53-year-old Chilton man who this week pleaded no contest to charges of neglecting a child after reportedly leaving his 2 ½ year-old daughter in his car while he drank at the Redliner Bar in Menasha earlier this month. Oh wait, did I say 2 ½ YEAR old? I meant 2 ½ MONTH old daughter. Officers were called to the bar for reports of an uncooperative, drunk man.

Cox reportedly had arrived at the bar around noon, but bartenders eventually would not serve him anymore because of how drunk he was. That's when they discovered the infant in his car.

So,

For apparently not knowing which of them was supposed to be on a bottle.

For committing the worst atrocity involving a baby since I accidentally farted on that one a few years ago.

And for not realizing that leaving a baby in a car while you get drunk in a bar is not the way you did things in Menasha when rRick was a kid. When Rick was a kid in Menasha, you'd bring the baby in the bar while you got drunk. It's how he learned to make friends!

We are proud to name Merritt Cox of Chilton as this week's Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:22 am Comment On This Post

mar 24th


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week… Merriett Cox, the 53-year-old Chilton man who this week pleaded no contest to charges of neglecting a child after reportedly leaving his 2 ½ year-old daughter in his car while he drank at the Redliner Bar in Menasha earlier this month. Oh wait, did I say 2 ½ YEAR old? I meant 2 ½ MONTH old daughter. Officers were called to the bar for reports of an uncooperative, drunk man.

Cox reportedly had arrived at the bar around noon, but bartenders eventually would not serve him anymore because of how drunk he was. That's when they discovered the infant in his car.

So,

For apparently not knowing which of them was supposed to be on a bottle.

For committing the worst atrocity involving a baby since I accidentally farted on that one a few years ago.

And for not realizing that leaving a baby in a car while you get drunk in a bar is not the way you did things in Menasha when rRick was a kid. When Rick was a kid in Menasha, you'd bring the baby in the bar while you got drunk. It's how he learned to make friends!

We are proud to name Merritt Cox of Chilton as this week's Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week!
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:22 am Comment On This Post

mar 20th


March 4th City of Waukesha
Police arrested a 50-year-old man who urinated in front of a Girl Scout's cookie sale table at Wal-Mart, then reportedly attempted to shoplift before passing out in a motorized scooter inside the store in the middle of the afternoon.

March 7th City of Waukesha
A man who reportedly crashed his car into a street sign then drove over the curb and onto some grass told an anonymous bystander who witnessed the incident that he "wasn't drunk, just having a very bad morning".

March 9th City of Brookfield
Police responded to a report of a neighbor dispute. The complainant also told police that that day the neighbor had smirked at him and said something under his breath that he did not understand but made him feel intimidated and afraid for his safety. The complainant also told police that his neighbor "continuously vomits in his driveway" throughout the night.

March 8th City of Port Washington
Police received a report of a suspicious person in a residence where the lights were all out in the house and someone was walking around with a flashlight. Contact was made with the adult resident at the house and she advised police they were playing flashlight tag with their young child...who was winning.

March 3rd Town of Bern (Marathon County)
Police charged a 56-year-old woman with putting an assortment of pills in her bosses coffee. The woman reportedly confessed to police that she put caffeine pills, water pills, anti-anxiety medication and eyedrops solution in her bosses coffee for about three weeks. Her boss contacted police after finding what the police report called a "slummy lump" at the bottom of his coffee cup for a couple weeks. The woman told police she did not intend to kill her boss with the pills, she was only trying to make him sick enough to forget about $2000 he loaned her.

March 9th Village of Rudolph
A woman called police and reported that while her 10-year-old son was waiting for a bus, a man in a car drove by and threw a $5 bill at him.

March 13th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police arrested a man and a woman after a caller reported they were acting strangely and the woman was dancing in a parking lot.

March 14th City of Green Bay
A man called police to complain that his Mcdonalds fish sandwich was not right. The color requested police come to his home to investigate what is wrong with is McDonald's fish sandwich. 

March 14th City of Sheboygan
Police responded to a report of an old man stuck on a toilet.

March 15th City of Beaver Dam 
A 22-year-old woman told police that while she was shopping at Walmart, a man wearing a kilt bent over and exposed himself to her. An officer reviewed the video footage and deemed the exposure unintentional.

February 25th City of Brown Deer
A woman reported the theft of her wallet by a man she met on the dating app “Plenty of Fish”. The man, known only as “The Legend,” took her wallet with $2 cash.

March 7th City of Menasha
Police were called to Gegan Elementary School to stop a kindergarten student who is tearing other children's artwork off the walls and telling the teacher to "Shut up, bitch".
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:52 am Comment On This Post

mar 10th


We are proud to name as this week’s Rick and Len Show Weenie of the Week…. 18-year old Josephine Garczynski of Sheboygan Falls who, together with her boyfriend, were charged Wednesday with armed robbery.

Posting under the alias, “Josephine King” (get it? She’s Jo-king) Garczynski reportedly invited a man she met on Facebook to meet in person and "hang out". When she met the man, she had him get into her vehicle before the boyfriend allegedly jumped in the back seat, held a gun to the man's head and took his wallet and cell phone. Sheboygan police traced Garczynski through her Facebook information, which led to her arrest at her father's home and this is here the weenie part comes in.

According to police, as Garczynski was being handcuffed by officers, she asked her father to take pictures… so she could post the photos of her arrest on Facebook!

So,

For attempting to merge social media with anti-social behavior.

For allegedly committing an act that makes me think they should have a separate social media site for people busted for Facebook related crimes and call it Face "book’em".

And for asking her dad to take the pictures of her first felony arrest. As far as proud days in any father’s life go, I’m guessing that that falls somewhere between asking him to photograph his daughter serving her first high school detention and asking him to video his daughter's first gang bang.

We are proud to name 18-yearold Josephine Garczynski of Sheboygan Falls who wanted her dad to take pics of her arrest so she could post them to Facebook 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

mar 6th


February 22nd City of Menasha
An employee at an office that offers free tax assistance and preparation, called police to report receiving threatening voicemails from a customer. The customer was upset because they wouldn't do her taxes and, in the second of two threatening voicemails, could be heard saying, "You can tell your tax people to die and eat my poop!"

February 12th Village of Jackson
Police were called to a residence regarding a 19-year-old man who was fighting with his parents. Further investigation revealed that the man shoved members of his family and threatened to spray his mother with Old Spice.

February 24th City of Oconomowoc
Police were called to an apartment for a report of a neighbor dispute. A resident said a bag of rotting meat was placed in front of an apartment door, and later it was in front of his door. He said he put it back in front of the door he had first seen it in front of. Later, he saw the neighbor put the bag back in front of his door. Both denied they had originally set out the bag, and police could not determine who originally put out the bag of rotting meat.

February 4th Village of Jackson
Police were called to a residence where someone vandalized their property by pouring Spaghetti-O’s on their walkway.

March 1st City of Green Bay
A resident at a Commanche Avenue location called police to report a woman who may or may not be a prostitute passed out in the laundry room.

February 19th City of Neenah
An employee of a retail establishment on Gillingham Road stated a male tried to pay for an item with a Canadian coin. When the employee refused, he said he didn't care and took the item anyway.

February 24th Village of Hales Corners
Police went an apartment after receiving several complaints about a man and a woman yelling and screaming inside. Police discovered there was only one man inside the apartment, who admitted he was yelling at himself because he was just given a 60-day notice to vacate, presumably for making too much noise.

February 24th City of Menasha
A caller at a Wittmann Drive location reported finding drugs and drug paraphernalia in a business parking lot. According to the caller, they found pipes and two plastic bags filled with a green leafy substance that appeared to be marijuana lying in the parking lot in a Disney's Alice in Wonderland bag.
posted by: Rick and Len at 10:56 am Comment On This Post