September 22nd City of Sheboygan
Police received a report of a resident being treated at Memorial Hospital for…a rabbit bite.
September 8th City of Waukesha
A caller reported her neighbor was repeatedly sticking his genitals…out his window.
September 21st City of Sheboygan
Police responded to multiple pig reports. A male pig found at Brandtmeier Ford would reportedly not go anywhere near the responding police officer. A short time later, a woman on 43rd Street called police about a pig sighting. From reports, it is unclear if it was the same pig that was at the car dealership. The woman who called expressed a concern to police that the pig was going to eat her tomatoes.
September 7th City of Greenfield
A woman called police to report there was a chicken in her bush.
September 10th Village of Fox Crossing
While on patrol, an officer saw several cars and people in the freeway construction area at Highway 41 and 10. The officer spoke with the people, who were all from the Milwaukee area, and they told the officer that they were just hunting for rocks and minerals in holes dug by the construction crews.
September 18th Dane County
An 83-year-old man called police after he found a 47-year-old man, seated on his car roof and kicking his feet against the windshield. The 47-year-old man then climbed a top garbage cans, grabbed for a rain gutter, and pulled himself onto the roof of the older man's home. When police officers arrived, the man said he climbed on the roof to avoid "wild pigs and dead corpses on the ground near where he had been standing." Police confirmed that there were no wild pigs or corpses anywhere in the general vicinity.
September 24th City of Sheboygan
Officers responded to a report of a highly intoxicated female pedestrian with a huge purse walking into telephone poles.
September 20th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported there were kids playing with a remote-control car. According to the caller, the children were lying in the middle of the road and letting the remote-control car hit them.
September 5th City of Waukesha
A caller confused a young driver with an intoxicated one after seeing the driver swerve across numerous lanes of traffic and hit a curb while pulling into a gas station. According to police, the driver wasn't drunk, just upset because she is still learning to drive and her parents, who were in the car, were nagging her about her poor driving.
September 14th City of Antigo
Police received a call from a woman saying that she was driving down the road when she came upon "a very, very large snake in the road". The woman said she did not run it over but the snake was not moving. The woman told police that after leaving the scene, she initially called a nearby homeowner and told them about the "dead" snake but the person said that it wasn't in the street anymore. That's when she decided to call police because she was concerned that it was a live python and could still be loose in the city.
September 17th City of Madison
An unobservant 23-year-old man on a bicycle inadvertently collided with one of the city's mounted police officers while downtown. It is believed to be the first ever bicycle versus horse traffic accident in the history of State Street.
September 11th City of Neenah
A resident on Brooks Avenue called police to report that two people were trying to damage a vehicle. The caller said she overheard them say they were from Milwaukee and they were going to throw paint on the vehicle. Responding officers showed the woman that what she reported did not actually happen. The woman told officers she may have been dreaming or had a little too much alcohol.
September 8th City of Neenah
A caller told police that about 10 teenagers were kicking and throwing construction cones and walking on newly poured concrete near the playground at Green Park. The teenagers were also reportedly yelling and screaming. Officers were unable to locate the juveniles, but took some construction cones off the swing set and placed them back where they belonged.
September 10th City of Menasha
An officer observed the water fountain was overflowing with bubbles. It appeared as though someone had dumped soap into the fountain again. There were no people around, and it was unknown when it occurred. A heavy rainstorm came through the area a short while later and washed the soap away.
September 4th City of Waukesha
A woman reportedly kicked in her daughter's bedroom door in the apartment the two share after she found out her daughter was keeping condoms there against the mother’s wishes.
September 15th Port Washington
A 45-year-old Sheboygan man was cited for disorderly conduct after “giving the middle finger” to police officers. The report said the man has been "giving the finger" to officers regularly for the past few months. This time, he did it with a muffler that was too loud and was cited for both.