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oct 11th 2010
October 8th City of Wausau
Police and firefighters rescued a man from the frigid waters of the Wisconsin River at Big Bull Falls Park in downtown Wausau. The man, who according to police was drunk, had reportedly chased a one-legged goose into the river in his attempt to capture it. He told police he planned the roast the goose. Police arrested the man on a charge of bail jumping. The goose remains at large.

September 30th City of Beaver Dam
A man on North Center Street reported that his neighbor had his trash cans out too early and that it was causing him undo stress. An officer talked to the man and explained to him that the cans can be out for 24 hours prior to pick-up.

October 3rd City of Oshkosh
A 41-year-old Oklahoma man was arrested and jailed by Oshkosh police for substantial battery after he punched an acquaintance in the face during an argument. The two men had been arguing over who could perform a military physical training test the best.

September 25th City of De Pere
Police were called to the Burger King on Main Avenue where a woman who was not pleased with her Oreo shake allegedly tossed a Hershey's pie at a restaurant employee.

October 5th City of Shawano
A man was cited for a causing disturbance and banned from the Shawano Rec Center after reportedly slapping a lifeguard on the buttocks.

September 19th De Pere
A Shopko employee was cited for allegedly stealing $164 worth of candy, mascara and Old Spice deodorant.

September 26th City of Fond du Lac
A vehicle driven by a 30-year-old man crashed into a porch on North Military Road. The man admitted to police that he had slammed six beers and "floored it" because he was mad at his wife.

October 1st City of West Allis
Police arrested a 40-year-old man on South Stratton Drive after he pulled some Asian lilies out of the resident’s garden and attempted to smoke them.

October 2nd City of Oshkosh
A 23-year-old man was arrested for domestic disorderly conduct after he got into a disturbance with his girlfriend at a residence on North Eagle Street. According to the police report while sitting on the couch, the put his hand over his girlfriend's mouth to stop her from talking.

October 3rd Town of Menasha
While checking an abandoned hotel on Holly Road, an officer encountered three males on a second floor balcony. They told the officer they knew it was private property, but heard it was haunted and were looking for ghosts.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

oct 4th 2010
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.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

sep 27th 2010
September 21st City of Oshkosh
Police were called to a West 10th Avenue location to get a 9-year-old boy with a machete out of a tree. The boy, who had had an argument with his grandparents, took a machete and climbed the garage roof. When officers arrived, they tried to get the boy to come down, but he jumped off the roof, ran down the street and climbed a tree on West 11th Avenue. Officers knocked the machete out of the tree before climbing the tree and talking the boy into coming down.

September 3rd City of Menasha
An officer observed a 3-year-old boy walking alone down State Highway 47 carrying a bottle...and a dinner roll.

September 23rd Village of Tigerton
A Shawano County Sheriff's Deputy reported that they chased a donkey out of the cemetery.

September 21st City of Shawano
Police responded to a report from South Sawyer Street of a little girl poking a dog with a stick.

September 23rd City of Fond du Lac
Police responded to a call from a 50-year-old woman
at the Holiday Inn. The woman told police that a man who answered her Craig's List ad titled "Busty Red Head" had agreed to pay her $200 plus $50 for gas to accompany him to a retirement party. After the two went to the Holiday Inn to have sex, the man admitted he didn't have the money to pay the woman and locked her out of the room and kept her clothes. Police arrested the woman and charged her with prostitution. The man remains at large.

September 12th City of Wauwatosa
Dispatchers received a call reporting a reckless driver on North Mayfair Road. The driver nearly struck another car, was swerving between lanes and failed to use his turn signal. According to police, the driver had packages of salami and cheese and a loaf of bread on the passenger seat and was driving while making a sandwich.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

sep 23rd 2010
September 17th City of Waupun
A 30-year-old man was taken to the hospital after he told employees at the Walgreen's that vampires were trying to rip his head off. Walgreen's employees told police that the man had red marks on his neck and was sweating and acting anxious.

Now that we have our first evidence that they are in our area, as a public service, we assembled this list of signs that the person you meet might be a vampire!

If the person you encounter sucks even harder than the Chicago Bears...they might be a vampire.

If their skin is whiter than a Tea Party rally...they might be a vampire.

If their breath is reminiscent of what it would smell like if Kaukauna had an ass...they might be a vampire.

If their mouths are dripping with blood…and they weren't just hunting with Dick Cheney...they might be a vampire.

If they have a fear of water and smell like death and they're not the bride at a Menasha wedding...they might be a vampire.

If they meet Salma Hayek and they're more interested in her neck and than her boobs, her glorious, glorious boobs...they might be a vampire.

If they feast on human blood and suck the souls of the newly born...and they're not Larry King...they might be a vampire.

If their overall demeanor is even creepier than a date with Ken Kratz...they're definitely a vampire!
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

sep 20th 2010
August 31st City of Menasha
A patrol officer on First and Racine streets observed a man urinating on the sidewalk. The man was very intoxicated and initially denied it. After the officer pointed out to the man that he had also urinated on himself, he apologized.

September 8th City of Beaver Dam
Police were called to the Shell Travel Mart where an alert clerk caught a perpetrator in the act of absconding with a Tootsie Roll.

September 7th Village of Pulaski
A Nightingale Drive resident reported to police that someone pooped in her mailbox.

September 7th City of Portage
Police received a report of the theft of a flag with a picture of a big yellow smiley face.

September 13th City of Whitefish Bay
Police responded to a 911 call on North Hollywood. The resident told responding officers there was no emergency and that her 15-year-old daughter "dials and texts in her sleep."

September 10th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported to police that her father brought a pickup load of her belongings to school and just left them.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

sep 13th 2010
September 5th City of Marshfield
A 48-year-old employee witnessed two males acting suspiciously at the Central Wisconsin State Fair. Police found one of the men in possession of two five-pound bags of cheese curds and a pack of English muffins. The items were valued at $164.

September 18th City of Oshkosh
An 18-year-old girl notified police that a man claiming to be an FBI agent tried to get her to go with him. According to the woman, she first encountered the man while she was walking home from Opera House Square and she noticed him screaming at a light post.

September 9th City of Shawano
Police were called to a residence where they cited a man for public intoxication after he reportedly peed on a couch.

September 6th Village of Footville (Rock County)
Police arrested a firefighter they say made 4 phony 911 calls reporting of gas odors with his fire district. The firefighter admitted to police that he made the false reports because he just wanted to go out on calls.

September 8th City of Shawano
Police were called to aid in the search for a missing 10-year-old boy. The boy was eventually found...hiding in the bathroom.

September 4th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man on Chase Street called police to report someone unplugged his refrigerator and dismantled his clock.

August 14th City of New London
Police received a call from a woman on West Cameron Street whose estranged husband kicked open her door and threw her phone across the room. The man also reportedly threw a loaf of bread.

August 14th City of De Pere
Police responded to a call from someone on Main Street where a man was seen stomping on flower plants, pulling them up and then throwing them in the air. Alcohol was believed to be a factor.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

sep 7th 2010
August 22nd City of Chilton
Police assistance was requested on Court Street where a girlfriend hit a man across the face because his feet crossed the center of the bed.

August 15th City of Appleton
A Neenah woman reported that her 15-year-old son stole her car keys. Police determined that the son had hidden the keys at home because he was upset because his parents took away his iPad.

August 29th Village of Shorewood
Police were called to a North Stowell Avenue residence where an unknown person had written a derogatory word with aerosol cheese. A can of Silly String was also found on the property.

August 27th City of New Berlin
Police received a report from a Victoria Court resident that somebody had rearranged their patio bricks to look like a penis.
August 22nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police received a report of a raccoon on Gaynor Avenue that appeared to be drunk.

August 22nd City of Neenah
A man complained to police about a noisy baptismal reception in Riverside Park involving children breaking a piñata.

August 26th City of Mayville
An officer drove past three boys sitting on a curb near the intersection of Rae Lane and Breckenridge Street. After driving past, a 10-year-old boy mooned the officer which he saw in his mirror. The boy was taken to his father to explain the incident. The 10-year-old boy was given a warning for disorderly conduct.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

aug 31st 2010
August 23rd City of Oshkosh
Police responded to report of an altercation taking place in a van parked at Fourth Avenue and Guenther Streets. A couple who had gone out to their van an to get away from their kids and have "sexual relations" got in a fight over which one could quit smoking first. The man told police his girlfriend suddenly "went tart" and punched him in the nose.

August 24th City of Shawano
An East Schurz Street resident informed police that during an argument, her neighbor threw a tomato at her.

August 10th City of Menasha
While on patrol, an officer noticed that someone had dumped soap in the water fountain at the corner of Milwaukee and Main again. The officer found two empty bottles of dish soap floating in the water.

August 10th City of Neenah
Police cited a 24-year-old Shiocton man for shoplifting ONE condom from a department store on South Green Bay Road.

August 25th City of Shawano
A woman on South River notified police that some of the feces her neighbor threw over the fence landed on her truck.

August 17th City of Greenfield
A man in his early 20s, skinny, pale with short blond hair is sought by police after he appeared in front of George Webb naked, shaking his hips and calling out, "hey ladies!".

August 19th City of Oak Creek
Police were called to the Open Pantry where a man was seen shoplifting $125.28 worth of Starburst candy.

July 31st Village of Pulaski
Officers responded to a report of a man playing a trumpet in the men's bathroom at the Polka Grounds. The man told officers he gets better sound in the men's room.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

aug 23rd 2010
August 18th City of Shawano
A woman called the police to report that a caller had left a message on her voice mail informing her that they urinated in her laundry soap.

August 1st City of Menasha
A man reported that someone broke the back window of his truck to steal his blood pressure monitor.

August 13th City of Brookfield
Police pulled over a 54-year-old man after he was spotted trying to change his clothes...while driving. The man told officers that he was uncomfortable in the sweaty clothing he had worn during a day in the sun at the State Fair. Police warned the man about indecent exposure and advised that he finish changing his clothes at home.

August 15th Village of Allouez
Police cited a 77-year-old woman on Libal Street for allegedly spreading butter over the exterior of a man's vehicle. The woman said the man is her tenant and doesn't pay rent, doesn't cut the grass and broke the dishwasher.

August 20th City of Shawano
Police received a report of juveniles outside of the Country Store throwing potatoes at cars.

August 10th Village of Germantown
Police pursued a man driving a white Cadillac with the back window broken out after the driver left Wal-Mart without paying for two pairs of shoes hidden in his pants. Police gave up the chase after speeds exceeded 90-miles-per-hour.

August 10th City of Mequon
A 42-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct after twice throwing a basketball at his neighbor and then throwing a tennis ball at the neighbor's wife. The suspect, who appeared intoxicated and denied the allegations, was reportedly angry because his neighbor cut his grass too often.

August 18th City of Beaver Dam
A man called for police assistance dealing with a group of children who would not let him drive away in his garbage truck.

August 16th City of Waupun
A man West Main Street told police a couple of kids were parked on his driveway. When he confronted them they threw cigarette butts on his lawn, and then moved to Kohl's Community Funeral Home. Investigating officers found the kids were just talking, and were unable to find any cigarette butts. The man who called police told the officers the kids just seemed to be up to something.

August 5th City of Menasha
A woman called police to report she noticed some disturbing drawings made on her driveway with washable chalk.

August 12 City of Beaver Dam
A 16-year-old girl called police to complain that while she was parked on North Spring Street, someone put sandwiches all over her car.
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aug 16th 2010
August 10th City of Shawano
Officers responded to the report of a driver rear-ending a vehicle causing it to hit another vehicle in front of American Marina. The driver who caused the three car accident told officers that she had been distracted by the sight of the Little Caesar's mascot.

August 12th City of Chilton
A caller reported suspicious persons at the intersection of Highway 55 and Quinney Road. Responding officers found two individuals on the road looking for lost eyeglasses in the ditch. They told officers they would look again in the daylight.

August 12th City of Shawano
Police received a report of a juvenile problem occurring on South Evergreen Street and East Stevens Street from a caller who saw some kids pulling flamingos out of somebody's yard.

July 27th City of Neenah
A complainant told police that a teenage boy was using a large knife to whittle a stick while walking on the sidewalk on South Lake Street. Police advised the boy to stay in his yard with the knife and warned him of the dangers of walking and whittling.

August 11th City of Shawano
Police received a report of a man pacing on Warrington Street.

August 1st Village of Shorewood
A man wearing an inside out Obama/Clinton T-shirt, walked into Bakers Square picked up an apple pie as if to buy it, approached the clerk and demanded money saying he was armed. The man fled with $200...and the pie.

July 18th City of Menasha
A woman on First Street reported that someone entered her apartment and took a pair of pants.

August 4th City of Waupun
A woman on East Jefferson Street reported seeing a "giant monster" of a big fat rat in her yard and said that although it might not be a rat, it has her scared to death. Police said the "giant monster" of a big fat rat was, in fact, a possum.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

aug 9th 2010
July 18th City of Glendale
Three woman were arrested for disorderly conduct after a fight with a 22-year-old a woman outside La Quinta Inn. All of them had been at a party at the hotel and the fight started over a man also at the party. The three said the 22-year-old started the fight when she swung a portable pink stripper pole at them.

July 24th City of Mayville
A 74-year-old woman contacted the police to report the theft of three solar yard lights...and a pink flamingo from her yard.

August 4th City of Shawano
A woman called police to report she heard her car making funny noises. When she got out of her car and checked, she found tin cans tied to the car with fishing line.

August 3rd City of Beaver Dam
A 24-year-old woman called police to report that a children's pool had been stolen from her home on Washington Street. Investigating officers found that the pool had actually been at another woman's residence for the last two weeks because the 24-year-old caller had taken it there. The caller admitted to lying about the pool being stolen and was warned about obstructing an officer.

August 3rd City of Shawano
A woman on Richmond Street found a mother pine snake with babies in the her front lawn. He landlord was instructed to either leave them alone, or just smack the them over the head with a shovel.

August 2nd City of Beaver Dam
A woman called 911 and reported that she had a drinking problem. The woman would not give her name but said that she would meet police in a parking lot on Madison Street. The woman hung up the phone and when police called back she became very uncooperative. She never showed up in the parking lot and police tried to contact her several times unsuccessfully.

August 4th City of Shawano
Police received a report of a disturbance at the KFC restaurant. A woman called to report that her chicken tasted like fish and restaurant employees refused to give her different food.

July 26th Village of Fox Point
A 21-year-old woman was cited for reckless driving after two people said she almost hit them and then made an obscene gesture. The woman initially denied driving saying it was a friend behind the wheel and she was in the back seat with a dog and the witnesses might have seen her raise her hand to control the dog. She finally admitted to being the driver but still denied making an obscene gesture, saying she'd have known if she had done so adding "because, believe me, I know how to flip people off."
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aug 2nd 2010

July 27th City of Beaver Dam
A woman on Carrington Street told police that a woman in Las Vegas claimed she was sending an FBI agent to her home to get information about a scam involving the Australian lottery. The Las Vegas woman called again while an officer was at the Carrington Street home and after the police officer identified himself to the caller, she became very irate and began telling him she would cast a spell on him that would make him start bleeding out of the eyes.

July 11th City of Neenah
A caller on Honeysuckle Lane told police she was "play wrestling" with friends shortly after 1 a.m. when her boyfriend came downstairs, got angry and punched a hole in an outside wall.

July 10th Village of Howard
Police were called to a Velp Avenue bar where a 32-year-old man was cited for allegedly slapping the eyeglasses off another man's face.

July 22nd City of Waupun
A woman on Franklin Street called police to report that her children, ages 4 and 7, were playing outside and cars were driving by and splashing water on them. Police found the cars weren’t doing it on purpose; the street was flooded and the kids were playing next to the road. Police advised the children to play by the house and not by the street.

July 21st City of Omro
Police issued a warning to a 17-year-old boy who was spotted throwing a traffic cone into the Fox River. After talking to police, The teen retrieved the cone from the water.

July 12th City of Neenah
Officers responded to a retail theft report from a business in Fox Point Plaza. Two Oshkosh women were caught in the act of shoplifting. A 26-year-old woman was cited for stealing 19 packs of Kool-Aid and a package of cookies. Her 50-year-old accomplice was cited for taking four rolls of toilet paper and a cinnamon streusel.

July 29th City of Portage
Police investigated a report of a possible breaking and entering attempt by cutting a window screen and breaking a lock on a window at an apartment. The responding officer found a naked man walking on the fire exit steps of the building. The man told police he was locked out after taking the garbage outside and said it was his birthday.

July 17th Village of Pulaski
Police responded to a call from Village Auto where someone had stolen a 25-foot inflatable orange gorilla.

July 18th Village of Shorewood
Police took a 56-year-old man to a hospital after he was seen walking down the street with a badly bleeding hand. The man told officers he had purchased a bottle of wine and had to break it open because he didn't have a corkscrew and that's when he cut his hand.
posted by: Rick and Len at 12:00 am Comment On This Post

jul 26th 2010
July 21st City of Stevens Point
An 18-year-old Mosinee man was cited for retail theft after he left Fleet Farm without paying for a pair of fuzzy dice he had concealed in his pants.

July 17th City of Beaver Dam
A 34-year-old man contacted police and reported that he ordered a mail order bride named "Natalia" from Russia and she was suppose to arrive to his home on Madison Street to marry him but she did not show up.

July 20th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police received an anonymous report of a young female screaming on 12th Street. A responding officer found the screams were coming from a girl...refusing to go to bed.

July 6th City of Appleton
Police received a report of a 22-year-old male on County KK wearing a blue and white football jersey and going door to door asking residents for alcohol.

July 14th City of Wauwatosa
A van driver waiting to pick up railroad employees in the Extended Stay Hotel lobby, called police to report a man walked up to her, said he was looking for a good time, flashed some money and licked her ear.

July 18th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police to report that a man who tried talking to her while shopping threw at tube of toothpaste at her in Walmart.

July 13th Village of Pulaski
Police were called to Colonial Courts where a dispute between a mother and daughter was triggered by the mother's refusal to give the girl money for Dairy Queen.

July 8th City of Glendale
Police received a report of a man who stole sunglasses and jewelry from The Boston Store. The man was described as being intoxicated with a large, wet urine stain in the front of his pants.

July 14th City of Wauwatosa
Two 15-year-old Milwaukee girls were arrested for retail theft after they put merchandise valued at $205 in their purses at Macy's. The girls said they were "used to being spoiled" but now their families didn't have as much money to spoil them so they had to steal the items they wanted.

July 8th City of Manitowoc
A man caught shoplifting live worms started a fight with the clerk at an East Street business who tried to prevent him from leaving the store. The man, who already had an outstanding warrant, was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge as well as possession of drug paraphernalia, second-offense possession of alcohol by a minor and retail theft under $10 for the worms. The man admitted he took the worms because he just wanted to go fishing.
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jul 19th 2010
July 14 City of Marshfield
A 17-year-old Marshfield man reported hearing a dog barking outside of his home at 4:17am. The man went outside and found two full Little Caesar's pizzas in his car, with a note reading, "Hey, I was driving and thought you were hungry, love Bob the Builder." Police are investigating the matter.

June 27th City of Neenah
A Hansen Street woman told police that a man and a 10-year-old boy were in her house and that the man was sitting in her living room. She also reported that a yellow vehicle resembling a school bus was parked in front of the house. Police checked the house and determined that the woman was seeing things.

June 24th City of New London
Police were called to a North Shawano Street business where someone put a toilet in a cardboard recycling dumpster. Investigating officers identified a suspect by a piece of mail.

July 8th Village of Howard
A 52-year-old man was arrested at Wietor Warf Park after he was found with his pants pulled down lying near garbage and a bottle of Kessler's whiskey.

July 9th Town of Sheboygan
Police received a report that someone broke into 3 storage units at William's Mini-Storage and stole $10,000 worth of tools and Hot Wheels cars.

July 12th City of Shawano
Police received a complaint about a couple at Kuchkuk Park having sex on a picnic table.

July 14th City of Beaver Dam
A man who's door lock was broken called police when he tried to use duct tape to fix it and accidentally locked himself in his own apartment. Police used a jackknife to free the man.

July 11th City of Beaver Dam
A 39-year-old man was taken into custody for disorderly conduct after chasing a 15-year-old boy and his friends around with a golf club.

July 5th City of Glendale
36-year-old Milwaukee man was arrested for lewd and lascivious behavior after witnesses reported him masturbating in front of the Golden Living Center Nursing Home. The man denied he was masturbating that saying he was only urinating.
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jul 13th 2010
July 6th City of Madison
Police arrested a Racine man after he slammed his SUV into a strip club. Officers say the 50-year-old man was asked to leave the club after vomiting in the VIP area. After that, witnesses told police the man got into his SUV, put it in reverse and slammed into the club's entrance. When police pulled up to the man’s vehicle, an officer asked him how he was doing. He told them, "Not good," but indicated he had "seen some nice strippers". The man then denied driving the SUV and claimed he arrived at the location thanks to help from… "Martians."

June 23rd City of Wauwatosa
A 32-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct after he drove his bicycle up to the drive-through window at McDonald's and refused to leave until he got served. The man threatened to slap employees and was holding up about five cars waiting for orders.

June 16th City of Neenah
Police responded to a report of an animal-at-large on Deerfield Avenue and what they are calling an "ongoing defecation problem."

July 3rd Village of Winneconne
Police arrested a father-son texting tag team after they sent threatening and vulgar text messages to the father's ex-wife. The ex-wife showed police several obscene texts she received on her cell phone from a number she recognized as her ex-husband's. She could tell from the wording that they had been dictated to her son, who actually did the texting. Police went to the ex-husband's residence and spoke to the couple's son, who admitted he sent the texts for his father who did not know how to send text messages.

June 14th Town of Menasha
An employee reported that someone stole his lunchbox while he was at work on American Drive. He told police his lunchbox contained some orthopedic products.

June 16th City of Glendale
A 31-year-old man was arrested on a criminal charge of disorderly conduct after he attacked a 16-year-old boy as they both stood in line at McDonald's. The man was behind the boy and said, "Let's cut in front of these kids," and did. The boy told the man that wasn't right and the man grabbed the boy around the neck and hit him in the chest. The man left but was arrested at his home where he was found lying on the floor with 24 empty beer cans scattered around him. The man admitting drinking only "nine pints of beer" and denied hurting the boy but admitted being rude to McDonald's employees.

July 2nd City of Madison
A 50-year-old man told police he was hanging out with two white male teens in James Madison Park when he decided to buy a bottle of brandy to share with his friends. He bought the booze and shortly afterward was robbed of the brandy and his wallet at knife point. A short time later, police apprehended the thief and recovered the stolen brandy. According to police, “The victim became very upset when informed the brandy was evidence and he wouldn't be getting it back immediately. The man reportedly threw a tantrum laying down in the road demanding he get his booze back. The victim was later himself arrested for making false 911 calls that were more failed attempts at retrieving his liquor.

June 27th City of Chilton
Police received a report of a two vehicle accident. A North 9th Street resident reported that a neighbor hit the caller’s remote control nitro-powered car with his silver Mazda. It was explained to him that real vehicles have the right of way. The caller was advised to go to a parking lot and not play on the roadway with his toys.
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jul 6th 2010
June 30th City of Oshkosh
Police received a call at 7:10am from a 41-year-old man on West 10th Avenue who wanted to report a theft. When police arrived at the residence, the extremely intoxicated man told officers that he left a pizza in the residence, but a woman inside would not let him into the house to retrieve it. The man allegedly chest bumped an officer three times and then squared off to fight the officer. The man was arrested and jailed before being released on bond. At 9:56am police were called again after the released man returned to the residence to resume his search for his pizza. He was arrested again, this time for criminal trespass and was transported back to jail.


July 1st City of Shawano
A woman called police to report someone had been putting pine cones in her yard.

July 3rd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man reported seeing a man wearing an orange shirt go underneath the Grand Avenue bridge but not come back up. Officers discovered the "man" was actually...an orange construction barrel.

June 14th City of Chilton
Police received a report of harassment on East Washington Street. Responding officers found it was an ongoing issue of one friend stealing another friend's "beer shirt" and then not giving it back. The responding officer returned the shirt to the rightful owner.

June 16th City of Green Bay
Police were called to a Marquette Avenue residence where a couple hit each other with a metal pan over an argument stemming from a man having trouble placing a fan in a bedroom window.

June 30th City of Beaver Dam
A woman on East Third Street called police and reported there were baby rabbits in her yard. The caller said there was no sign of a mother rabbit around and wanted police to do something about it.

July 2nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
An officer responded to two anonymous reports of a chicken running loose on Lincoln Street. The responding officer was unable to locate the loose-running chicken.

June 24th Village of Bayside
Police responded to a call from a resident on North Bayside Drive where their black lab was being attacked by a coyote. The coyote was chased off before police arrived by an angry dachshund.
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jun 28th 2010
June 8th City of Green Bay
Police received a report of a 26-year-old woman on Strawberry Lane who allegedly damaged three picture frames, punched a hole in the wall and threatened to kill herself. The woman reportedly lost her temper during an argument over her decision to get a marijuana leaf tattooed on her body.


June 12th City of Neenah
Police were called to a Denhardt Avenue residence where a Neenah man reported that another Neenah man was swearing at him and threatening him for being in the shower too long.

June 8th City of Chilton
Police were called to a Military Road residence where a caller reported that someone was holding her property and would not return it. The property involved were cats, ferrets, and a rollaway bed.

June 8th City of Menasha
Police received a report of a drunk man falling off a bar stool on Tayco Street.

June 11th City of Fremont
A resident on North Street reported the theft of 20 lawn gnomes from their yard.

June 1st Village of Buchanan
A Hunter Street resident called police to report a neighbor had mounted camera on top of their birdhouse and pointed it at the reporting party's residence, presumably to spy on them. Investigating officers found the camera was actually… an anti-barking device.

June 2nd City of Chilton
A male subject was cited for trespassing when he was found passed out in the men's bathroom at Morrisey Park in possession of 5 cans of Bud Light and a Weed Eater.

June 19th City of Fond du Lac
A woman called police to report she was walking with a male friend at South Main and Seventh streets when a GMC pickup truck drove by and someone within the vehicle sprayed urine on her. The woman did not see the perpetrator. However, she told police the fluid was likely sprayed from a bottle.

June 11th Village of Bellevue
Authorities stopped a man after he was allegedly seen talking to and waving at a pine tree at the intersection of Allouez Avenue and River Pines Road. The man said he actually was talking to a woman hiding in the tree. Investigating officers found a 20-year-old woman in the tree. She told them she was there because she had just had an argument with her boyfriend.

June 26th City of Sturgeon Bay
A resident called police to report they believed their neighbor had stolen he light bulb from their garage. Responding officers went to the neighbor’s home at 1:30am to question them about the missing light bulb. The officer reportedly told the neighbors, "I know if you did it you probably wont admit it but I need to tell you to not steal their light bulbs anymore."
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jun 21st 2010
June 6th City of Glendale
A resident on North Ames Terrace reported someone entered his garage and stole five cases of expired Wrigley's gum.

June 14th City of Beaver Dam
A man called police to report that someone had broken out a basement window from his home on Fourth Street to steal some water bottles.

June 12th Village of Allouez
A 24-year-old man, who claimed he was in the Army, threw a planter through the front door window of Residence Inn. The man said he broke the window because he was locked out his room and the front desk clerk would not open the door.

June 1at Town of Menasha
A female resident on Wheeler Road reported finding a man sleeping in the back seat of her car. Officers made contact with the 31-year-old man, who said he was trying to get home from a party and couldn't remember how he had gotten to the area or where he was. Police gave the man a ride home.

June 16th City of Beaver Dam
Police responded to an anonymous report of a boy on Spring Street riding a homemade scooter being pulled by dogs.

June 4th City of Menasha
A woman on Third Street reported that her 29-year-old daughter was causing problems again, and she wanted something done about it.

June 10th Village of Winneconne
A 49-year-old Maple Street resident called police claiming someone entered his unlocked home and turned on a kitchen faucet full blast to flood his apartment after he left for work. When police arrived on the scene they found the caller, who was intoxicated, calmly sitting at a table eating potato chips with water everywhere. He was intent on filing a report so his landlord would not blame him for the damage.

June 15th City of Oshkosh
Police received a phone call from an extremely upset tenant of an East Irving Street duplex who discovered a slithering four-foot long corn snake while she was doing laundry in her basement.

June 13th City of Waupaca
Police responded to a report of a pine tree behind the Gateway Senior Housing that appears to be burning. Responding officers found a man in the act... of roasting marshmallows.
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jun 14th 2010
May 15th City of Chilton
An assist was requested on Chestnut Street where a caller told police a man was lying on the ground near the fire hydrant. He looked like he was asleep, but the passerby didn't want to check.

May 16th City of Appleton
A Rosebud Lane caller reported to police that a can of chopped chicken was thrown on their son's car.

June 1st City of Menasha
A woman reported that someone wrote "UR GAY" with a "clear-type liquid" on the north exterior wall of her duplex.

June 9th Town of Trenton
An elderly man reported seeing two large unexploded bombs in a farm field off of Cortes Road. When officers arrived on the scene, they found the bombs to be two large bottles...one filled with water and the other...with Pepsi.

May 11th city of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a man spray painting a house near the intersection of 12th Street South and Chestnut Street. He painted the word "garage" on the house but apparently left before painting the word "house" on the garage.

May 13th Town of Menasha
Officers were sent to a residence on Bonheur Court on a loud noise complaint. They observed several people inside, but no one answered the door. It was learned that there were several juveniles in the home and officers contacted a parent, who also refused to allow officers to enter. Officers contacted the residents the following day and an 18-year...old male was issued a citation for...making a loud noise.

June 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Police received a report of a dead body lying along the shore of the Wisconsin River. By the time police arrived, the body had apparently gotten up and walked away.
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jun 1st 2010
May 23rd Village of Howard
Police were called to Woodman's Grocery Store where an 80-year-old woman on an electric scooter was cited for shoplifting Super Poligrip denture adhesive.

May 17th City of West Allis
Police were called to the Pick 'n Save where a 64-year-old woman was arrested for shoplifting wrinkle cream.

March 20th City of Portage
A 20-year-old man was cited for urinating in public after he was spotted relieving himself into flower pots in front of the Hair Lair salon.

May 19th Village of Winneconne
Police investigated a report of a violation of a restraining order. The woman who filed the order told police her ex-husband had phoned her twice and called her "Lucifer".

May 23rd City of Beaver Dam
A man called police to report his ex-girlfriend was yelling at him while they were shopping at the Dollar Tree.

May 22nd City of Beaver Dam
A man on North Lincoln Avenue called police to report that a dog had urinated on his couch. The couch was outside for a garage sale when the dog ran up and relieved himself on it. Police made contact with the dog's owner who returned to the residence and cleaned the couch.

May 11th City of Brown Deer
A video game system and bowling balls valued at more than $600 were taken from a car on North 50th. The car's owner heard his car alarm but didn't call police at the time...because he was tired.

May 23rd City of New Berlin
A 22-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct after pushing a television off of a dresser at his girlfriend's residence. The man told police he did it out of anger because he and his girlfriend had gotten into an argument over what radio station to listen to.

May 23rd City of Wauwatosa
A television and a DVD player were taken from an apartment on Eagle Street. The victim told police he later received a phone call from a person who said, "Thanks for the 32-inch TV," then hung up.
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