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sep 19th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 9-19-16


September 9th City of Marshfield
Police received a report that a 32-year-old man entered a bank and demanded 42,000 gallons of water. The man then began to chase a bank teller and later demanded that the bank manager take off his shirt. When the manager did not take off his shirt, the man took his own shirt off and left the bank. Officers arrived and found the man in the middle of the street. He undressed until he was naked and yelled, “This feels good.”

September 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A grocery store owner called police to report a woman shoplifting cauliflower.

September 3rd City of Menasha
A Southfield Drive caller indicated she and her husband were involved in a disturbance with their neighbor. The caller's children often retrieve balls from the man's yard, which upsets him. Today, the caller thought the man confronted her child about this, which upset her. She confronted the neighbor, which led to a verbal argument where the neighbor was calling the woman and her husband names and then pushed the husband. As a result, the neighbor threatened to throw stain in the caller's pool.

September 12th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a person walking and jumping in traffic. (Seriously, what kind of idiot does that?) The person was only described as "wearing a Chicago Bears shirt". (Oh.)

August 30th City of Greenfield Someone at the senior center called police to report the theft of bingo prizes including water guns and toilet paper.

September 3rd City of Waukesha
An argument between a male and a female over dead musicians inside an apartment apparently got so heated a caller reported the incident as a physical fight. A responding officer found everything was all right when he arrived but said the argument over who was better “Biggie" or "Tupac" continued.

September 15th Wood County
Police investigated a report that somebody's been illegally dumping their pig carcasses.

September 4th City of Menasha
Police were dispatched for a report of an out of control male threatening to break a coffee pot over his own head.

September 10th Village of Richfield
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a male subject standing next to a black Chevy Silverado with no pants on. However, the pantsless suspect was gone upon the squad’s arrival.

August 31st City of Waukesha
A woman returned from vacation to find two strangers sitting in her living room. A police report said the woman did not know how the strangers entered her home, but nothing appeared to be missing. The strangers claimed they were guests of the caller's friend, who lived at the house for a short time 10 years ago and might have been staying there without permission while the homeowner was on vacation.

September 1st City of Waukesha
Police advised a man on his behavior after the man admitted he had gone into his former girlfriend's house carried out a toilet and smashed it in the street in front of the home.

September 2nd City of Grafton
A 24-year-old Grafton woman was cited for OWI and disorderly conduct after she backed into a tree. As police arrived, the woman, who was naked from the waist down, got out of the car, touched herself indecently and refused to follow police instructions.

September 9th City of Mayville
A 21-year-old woman, upset that her mother had been terminated from the store, entered Old Fashioned Foods and began yelling, screaming, slamming doors, and calling employees derogatory names. The woman eventually fled the scene, taking with her, a box of crackers and some beef jerky.

September 10th City of Mayville
Between 1 and 2 AM, and unknown person entered Old-Fashioned Foods, tipped over display shelves, knocked merchandise onto the floor and ransacked the office before fleeing the store with a stolen birdhouse and teddy bear.

September 14th Dane County
A woman entered a busy sushi restaurant and yelled out that there was a bomb about to explode. The suspect began counting down from 10, and ordered people to "get on the ground, on your hands and knees." She loudly announced:" It's going to blow up!" The manager told the woman to leave, but she refused and police were called. The suspect struggled with officers and was taken to jail. There was no bomb and nothing exploded.