July 3rd City of Manitowoc
A 21-year-old woman called to report that she bought a 20-pack of beer the previous evening and set it on the porch of her south-side home. When she went back to check, the beer was gone. On Sunday morning, the woman found the case had been returned with empty beer bottles and a thank you note scrawled on it. She told police she was upset and asked if a DNA test could be done to find out who drank her beer.
July 4th Town of Lamartine
A woman on Fairview Road called the Fond du Lac Sheriff\'s Department after she saw a 63-year-old man working outside his home naked. The woman said the man had no clothes on when he picked up a hose and put it back on a reel. A sheriff\'s deputy reported the man was cooperative when he was informed to either change his behavior or put up a high fence.
June 21st Village of Hilbert
A welfare check was requested at a Stephan Avenue residence where there was reportedly an open grill with flames shooting out in a front yard and young child was riding a bike around the grill without clothes on.
July 8th City of Wisconsin Rapids
An anonymous complaint was received by police regarding a couple in their 60s at the Wisconsin Rapids City Zoo drinking alcohol in front of the lemurs.
June 7th City of Green Bay
A 25-year-old man was cited for unlawful use of a telephone after threatening his girlfriend\'s assistant manager at a local restaurant. The man reportedly often calls the girlfriend at work and got upset when the assistant manager told him to stop calling and that his girlfriend was dead.
July 1st Village of Winneconne
Police cited a 22-year-old man for disorderly conduct after he spoke profanely to a Main Street convenience store clerk when she refused to sell him cigarettes because he could not produce an ID. When confronted the man admitted to speaking profanely. He told police he had gone to the store to purchase cigarettes for an intoxicated friend.
June 6th City of Green Bay
A 20-year-old Kastle Park employee was cited and fired after allegedly overcharging customers for mini golf and pocketing the extra cash.
June 15th Village of Sherwood
Police received a report from a Spring Hill Drive resident that someone was ringing doorbells and running off. Extra police patrol was provided.