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feb 13th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 2-13-17


January 29th City of Waukesha
An intoxicated woman thought her husband was trying to start their garage on fire after the two had an argument at their home. According to a police report, the man merely turned on a meat smoker in the garage to keep warm after his wife locked him out.

January 30th City of Waukesha
Police received a report of a man wearing a cape jumping in and out of traffic. The caped crusader was gone by the time police arrived.

January 23rd City of Neenah
A vehicle on South Park Avenue was idling in the driveway of the Neenah pool with one male occupant and no lights on. When an officer drove into the lot, the driver turned on the lights and left. After making a traffic stop, the officer found the driver was... perhaps the last person on earth still playing Pokemon Go.

January 24th City of Neenah
Police responded to reports of a woman on South Commercial Street going door-to-door asking people for money so she could buy cigarettes. Officers made contact with the woman who said she realized after she started it wasn't a good idea.

January 23rd Village of Fox Crossing
Officers responded for a report of a woman screaming in an apartment on Wilson Street. Officers spoke with a 34-year-old woman, who said that she was mad at her roommate. As officers investigated, it was determined that the woman was actually alone and the roommate she was yelling at was not in the apartment.

January 24th Village of Fox Crossing
A clerk at a convenience store called to report that a car has been parked in the back with someone in it for awhile. An officer located the car and found the driver was asleep. The driver, a 19-year-old man, told the officer that he had four beers earlier and drove to the convenience store parking lot as he likes to listen to music and didn’t want to wake his parents.

February 7th City of Oak Creek
A man called police and reported that he helped a stranger change a flat tire in the parking lot outside Kwik Trip. After the tire was changed, the driver gave the man a hug for helping him. During the hug, the driver picked the pocket of the man who helped him, stealing his $650 Samsung Galaxy S7 cell phone and about $30 in cash.

February 7th City of Oak Creek
A man was charged with disorderly conduct for his behavior while he was being charged with disorderly conduct. Police had been called to the Motel 6 where the man had been evicted for being loud. As the man was being taken into custody, he purposely poured a can of beer on to the motel carpet. While booking the man, he then "exposed his penis and urinated on the booking room floor" earning himself the second disorderly conduct charge.

February 4th City of Greenfield
An anonymous caller reported seeing a “pretty bird” under the freeway and wanted police to make sure it was okay. An officer responded to the area and found that the "pretty bird" was a colorful pigeon and was just fine.

January 29th City of Glendale
A 34-year-old man at Buffalo Wild Wings was cited for disorderly conduct after he received his order of chicken wings and then began to throw them around the restaurant in anger because he didn’t get barbecue sauce. When removed from the restaurant, the man continued to yell, saying he just got out of prison.

February 11th City of Oshkosh
A caller reported a man on Vine Street, near the UWO campus, who appeared to be drunk and had a handgun at a house. About 30 minutes later, the man went outside and fired the gun into the air. When police arrived, the man told them he fired the gun because he just "felt like doing something crazy".

February 9th Town of Saratoga
A man called police and reported finding underwear in his house that do not belong to him.