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oct 14th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 10-14-13


September 24th City of Menasha
An Appleton Street woman called police because she couldn’t “parent” her son. Police eventually found out she was upset because her 16-year-old son took a glass of wine away from her. She received a warning for 911 misuse because it was the second time she called that day when there wasn’t an emergency. Police also advised her they weren’t going to raise her teenager for her.

September 28th City of Glendale
A 32-year-old man was arrested for disorderly conduct after punching another man in the face during Oktoberfest at the Bavarian Inn. The two men were reportedly fighting over which one could speak better German.

September 22nd Town of Charleston
A Debra Court resident told police a male subject came to her residence twice in the past week, looked in the door…and laughed.

October 2nd City of Mequon
A 51-year-old Evanston, Illinois woman was warned for driving the wrong way on a divided highway. The woman said she was just following instructions from her GPS and was “not impaired… just confused”.

September 28th City of Mayville
Police responded to a domestic dispute. According to people at the residence a 49-year-old man and his 74-year-old wife were celebrating an anniversary and had been drinking. The woman’s son, a 52-year-old, got into an altercation with his younger stepfather. The 49-year-old stepfather injured his 52-year-old stepson in order to avoid getting hit in the head.

October 6th City of Waupun
An anonymous caller told police marijuana could be smelled coming from an apartment on West Jefferson Street. Police made contact with the renter who allowed police in. They observed three incense sticks burning, but no evidence of marijuana.

October 6th City of Waupun
A man on West Jefferson Street said his neighbor has a smell of incense coming from their residence. The resident said he does burn incense but would not let police in. Police sniffed around but did not smell any illegal drugs. It is unclear from the police report, if they did or did not smell any incense.

October 6th City of Waupun
A Park Street resident called police to report “strange things” happening to their property and that someone had burned holes in their trampoline.

October 7th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman reported a man, who identified himself  as “Jimmy Beam”, said he was going to blow up her daughter’s house.