September 12th Calumet County
Police were called to a County Trunk KK location where a subject stole a dice cup and dice from a bar. When confronted, the suspect proceeded to spit on the TVs and camera in the bar. He eventually brought the dice box back and cleaned the TV screens.
September 26th City of Oak Creek
A 53-year-old was cited for trespassing after he was found, with his grandson, taping quarters to the railroad tracks so that a train would run them over.
September 14th City of Brillion
Assistance from police was requested from a caller on Roselawn Drive who told officers that someone was stealing his pigeons.
September 28th City of Shawano
The owner of Martin's Cleaners called police to report that a man had been living in his Laundromat and the man has now locked himself in the bathroom and will not leave.
September 11th City of Chilton
Police responded to a report from Vogt Lane of an elderly neighbor man standing naked in his window.
September 12th Town of Menasha
An East Shady Lane resident reported that her garbage can was taken by a man in a truck with a loud exhaust. A passenger had grabbed the garbage can and was dragging it alongside the vehicle as they drove. The garbage can was banging against the truck and they let go of it farther down the street. A patrol lieutenant located the vehicle a short time later and, after speaking with the occupants, found that they were just "messing around."
September 13th Calumet County
A caller told police that first he had gumballs taken, then money from the gumball machine was missing, now his wallet.
September 10th City of Kiel
Reckless driving was reported near the intersection of Highway 57 and Cemetery Road. A tan Intrepid was all over the road. Police contacted the driver who stated that he was not feeling well and threw up in his car which could explain the poor driving.
September 15th City of Kaukauna
A North Harwood road man called police because he believed that his neighbor may have poisoned his squash plant.
September 24th Village of Omro
Police conducted a welfare check at a South Webster Avenue residence when a neighbor reported yelling and screaming in their apartment. Officers responding to the call found...people playing board games.