June 15th City of Waupun
A woman told police her child just came rushing home from Wilcox Park and told her that a female at the park was taking all her clothes off. Police found the female, who was not taking her clothes off, she was wearing short black shorts which the child mistook for underwear.
June 10th City of Waukesha
A woman called police and claimed her boyfriend stole $350 million from her. She also told police she forced a cat to lick him all night long because he is a sex addict.
June 5th City of Waukesha
A resident called police to report his trash can was knocked over at his home which he said hasn’t happened in 28 years. The caller told police he thinks someone intentionally knocked the trash can over as a threat.
June 17 Town of Saratoga
A woman called police and reported her sister keeps calling her over and over and filled up her voice mail.
June 17th City of Oak Creek
A woman who was allegedly abusing prescription medication was transported to the hospital after she reportedly spread feces on the carpet and wall of her boyfriend’s residence. The woman later left the hospital, dressed only in her undergarments, and walked back to her boyfriend’s house, where she screamed at responding police officers.
June 15th City of Beaver Dam
A 68-year-old woman told police a man with a beard was looking through her sock drawer.
June 12th City of Waukesha
A caller told police he found a drunk man in his car. When he encountered the intruder, the drunk man took a canister of carpet cleaner out of the vehicle and fled.
June 12th City of Greenfield
An employee at Cousin’s Subs reported an older man was hanging around the business for several hours bothering customers, pulling cups out of the outside garbage area and filling them with soda.
June 6th City of Waukesha
A woman called police and reported that she smelled marijuana and believed her neighbor may be smoking it . The resident said he wasn’t smoking weed but, rather was just burning “dragon’s blood” incense.
June 8th City of Waukesha
After receiving a noise complaint, police busted a party where multiple people were playing strip beer pong.
June 18th City of Waupun
A resident called police after discovering an intoxicated naked woman lying in the grass in front of her apartment. The 47-year-old woman told police she was lying in the grass because she tripped on a step at the apartment complex and hurt her ankle. The woman apparently, however, did not explain why she was naked.
June 14th City of Franklin
A woman reported to police that someone took their flag off their flag pole, folded it and placed it on their porch. The resident stated they believed it was a response to a letter her husband had written to the newspaper.
June 9th City of Waukesha
A customer at BMO Harris Bank was cited for disorderly conduct for allegedly saying she was coming to the bank with a gun. The suspect told police she never mentioned a firearm to the person she was speaking with and if she said anything about wanting to go to the bank with a gun, it was while she was on hold listening to the hold music playing. She apologized and said she doesn’t even own a gun.
June 10th City of Greenfield
A resident called 911 to report a man was causing problems at his apartment and stole his snake. Police made contact with the man, who told them he had taken a snake from the residence because he was concerned about its care and wellbeing. The man eventually agreed to return the snake to its rightful owner.
June 17th Town of Grand Rapids
A caller reported a couple was arguing and the man had thrown their wedding photos in the garbage.
June 10th City of Oak Creek
Police responded to a report of six teenage boy repeatedly dropping their pants to expose their bare buttocks to employees inside Sonic.
June 6th City of Waukesha
A caller told police she heard a mom screaming and a child crying. Responding officers found the child was crying because of a sliver and the mom was screaming in frustration while trying to remove it.
June 8th City of Brown Deer
Police responded to a call from a man who reported a neighbor stole his newspaper. The neighbor denied “taking” the paper, saying he was just reading their sports section.