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feb 15th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 2.15.10
January 27th Calumet County
A case of trespassing was reported at the intersection
of Steiner & Y. However, it turned out to be just the town assessor taking a nap.

February 5th City of West Allis
Police were called to the Pick N Save where an officer cited a 31-year-old man who reportedly snuck a doughnut into the men\'s bathroom and ate it.

January 29th Town of Menasha
A man in his 20s approached a home on Lakeshore Drive while carrying a plate of cookies. While speaking with the resident, he was invited inside due to the cold weather. The man began asking personal questions about the residents and made comments about the property. The man eventually left.

January 29th Village of Winneconne
Officers responded to the home of a woman who’d received several obscene phone calls from the same man. While police were at the woman\'s residence listening to the recorded messages, the man made two additional calls. When police asked why he did that, he told them he did not believe that was making calls filled with obscene suggestions was inappropriate.

February 4th Village of Howard
A 19-year-old woman was arrested at Fleet Farm where she was found concealing Hershey\'s Nuggets in a diaper bag.

February 1st City of Beaver Dam
Police received a report of suspicious behavior. According to a caller, there was a man on North Spring Street standing outside wearing a ski mask. The 31-year-old man was contacted and he said that he was wearing the ski mask to keep warm while he was standing outside.

January 29th City of Neenah
A Neenah man told police that a woman who stayed with him in a hotel room stole his car, Xanax pills and $35 in cash. He said he awoke at 3:30 a.m. to find the woman and the items gone. The man only knew the woman’s first name and that she frequented the Paradise Club.

January 30th City of Neenah
Police referred a 24-year-old Neenah man on charges of trespassing, damage to property and disorderly conduct after he forcibly broke into the home of his former girlfriend and her boyfriend. The suspect tackled the boyfriend and threatened him with a frying pan. The boyfriend, in turn, armed himself with a hatchet that he kept under a couch cushion for just such situations.

January 21st City of Menasha
Police were called to Wittman Park Lane where a man was dismantling everything in sight in an effort to rid his apartment of bugs that he was actually just hallucinating.