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may 27th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 5-27-14


May 25th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman called police and reported someone stole a cement badger from her yard and replaced it with a cement dog.

May 20th City of Shawano
A resident notified police of receiving an unusual phone call. Someone had called their home and left a message saying "There is blood everywhere. Two people will die tonight". The resident told police that using their caller ID they returned the call and informed the caller that they must have left the message at the wrong number.

May 6th City of Marshfield
An officer responded to a report of a video on Facebook showing a 16-year-old boy consenting to the cold water challenge. The officer located the teenage boys responsible for the video who told them they “wanted to ‘step up’ the cold water challenge” so they started a bicycle on fire and rode it into a pond. The next day they went back to the pond and the 16-year-old consented to putting on multiple layers of clothing and having the outer layer started on fire before he jumped into the water. No one was injured but police warned the boys about negligent handling of burning materials.

May 25th Village of Hustiford
A woman called police to report that her neighbor moved her fire pit and is now following her around with a weed eater while she's trying to talk outside on the phone.

May 14th city of Waukesha
A resident called police to report two people "making out" in a vehicle. The caller told officers that the vehicle was parked on the street for the past 20 minutes and the windows were too fogged up for them to see inside to find out what was going on. Responding officers found the vehicle was unoccupied but had tinted windows.

May 22nd Town of Beaver Dam
Police responded to a report of a woman chasing geese with a rake. Responding officers told the woman to “stop it”.

May 5th Village of Jackson
A  mother called police to report that as her 12-year-old son was walking home from the Community Center, another 12-year-old walked up and slapped him in the face, without provocation. When interviewed, the boy said that he had been egged on by a girl to do it. After speaking to the parents and the victim, the two 12-year old boys reportedly shook hands and became friends again.

May 20th Village of Sigel
The new owners of a home called police and reported the former tenants returned to the home and used weed killer to create a giant swastika in their yard.

May 24th City of Shawano
A woman called police to report her sister threw a pizza at her.

May 15th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report she was slapped in the back of the head by a male co-worker. The accused assailant admitted his actions to police but told them he only slapped the coworker in the back of the head because his manager told him she would give him a dollar if he did so.

May 17th City of Oak Creek
A woman called police to report a housekeeper at the Red Roof Inn walked into her room and saw her naked. When the responding officer arrived at the hotel, he found the caller was the subject of two outstanding warrants and promptly arrested her.

May 12th Village of Jackson
Officers were dispatched to the Piggly Wiggly regarding a 29-year-old man who was throwing cans inside the store because his mother would not buy him beer. After his mother refused to buy him beer, the man allegedly started swearing at her and threw a beer can across the store that burst open after hitting the wall in front of the Guaranty Bank. The man claimed that his mother had slapped a beer out of his hand but couldn’t explain how it had flown across the store.

May 23rd Village of Nekoosa
An anonymous caller reported two men selling marijuana door to door.

April 27th City of Neenah
A caller reported that a physical fight was taking place. Officers found several intoxicated people, including one woman who had a chipped tooth and was bleeding. She said she could not remember how she got hurt. Three of the people involved were offered a ride home by police or told to call a cab. They told police they would call a cab, but an officer saw them leave in their vehicle so he stopped the car and cited the driver for operating while intoxicated.

May 20th Town of Seneca
A man reported a truck had been parked on The side of the road for several days. A deputy found the owner coming out of the woods with a turkey.

May 19th City of Shawano
Police received a report of a woman in her 20s or 30s on East Green Bay Street wearing a black dress and sunglasses kicking her legs in the air in an attempt to stop passing cars.