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jun 25th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 6.25.12


May 31st City of Menasha
Police responded to a report of a dispute between a man and a woman on Third Street. The woman told police that the man became upset when she wouldn’t get the salt shaker for the man’s egg salad sandwich.

June 16th City of Portage
Police were called to an apartment to take care of a large bug in the living area. Responding officers say they could not find the offending bug.

June 9th City of Glendale
Police responded to a report of a naked man standing in the grass “whipping a string around”.

June 10th City of Waupun
A man at Family Dollar called police to report an irate 73-year-old customer was throwing bags of merchandise at him because the customer didn’t get something for the price he wanted.

June 17th Town of Wescott
Shawano County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a report from North Bay Circle where a 50-year-old couple was sitting outside naked.  

June 10th City of Waukesha
A resident called police to report  “male  screaming and two other males filleting a fish on the trunk of a car and dropping fish guts on the street”.

June 7th Village of Sauk City
A resident reported a man was passed out in the bushes. Police made contact with the 24-year-old man, who thought he was at home in bed.

June 19th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller told police his car sustained damage to the rear driver’s side when a naked man threw a yield sign at him.

June 7th Village of Sauk City
A resident reported that six juveniles were misbehaving on the Spruce Street Elementary School playground equipment. The resident told police one boy was going down the slide wearing only his boxer shorts.

June 15th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man requested police assistance after his young daughter locked herself to a coat rack with handcuffs.

June 19th Town of Greenville
Employees of an area retail shop called the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department to report a man who stops in the store wearing only a T-shirt and Speedo. After speaking with a deputy, the man agreed his attire probably wasn’t the best choice and he would dress more appropriately if he returned to the store.

June 10th City of Waukesha
Police received a report of a 50-year-old man who was “passed out and covered with mulberries”.

June 18th City of Menomonee Falls
Police charged a 56-year-old woman for allegedly attacking her husband after she found publications she considered to be pornography in the trunk of his car. The two “pornographic” publications she discovered were the Milwaukee alternative weekly newspaper the Shepherd Express and the satirical newspaper The Onion.