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jul 26th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 7.26.10
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.