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mar 27th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 3-27-17


March 26th Sheboygan County
A Sheriff’s Deputy encountered a semi driver who believed he was being chased by a werewolf. The deputy found no trace of a werewolf but did discover that the semi was dragging a very large boulder. (police call)

March 13th City of Waukesha
A woman called police to report a man in a parked car near her house was listening to "sad love music" too loudly for about 90 minutes. Officers arrived and found the man listening to "Fast Car" by Tracy Chapman at a slightly excessive volume.

March 12th City of Menasha
Officers were dispatched for a possible disturbance on Traders Road. Responding officers discovered the disturbance was just two brothers arguing over a necklace.

March 25th City of Columbus
Police were called after a woman at Kwik Trip punched man in face because he didn't hold door open for her.

March 11th City of Waukesha
Officers responded to a report of a domestic dispute. However, when officers arrived at the apartment, they found it was just a man and woman using a Samsung virtual reality device, and the woman had started crying after seeing a realistic video of a snake.

March 15th City of Brookfield
Police responded to a report of child abuse at Toys R Us after a man was observed pushing his son. The man told police that he had just pushed his son out of pain after the boy had hit him in the crotch for not buying him a toy.

March 9th Village of Fox Crossing
A resident on Imperial Lane called police to report finding inappropriate drawings of male genitals on his car within the past 30 minutes. The drawings were fortunately in window paint and were easily removed. The man suspected that his ex-girlfriend had done this but did not have proof. The officer spoke with the ex-girlfriend, who initially was not cooperative on the phone but a little more forthcoming when the officer visited her in person. She admitted to vandalizing the man's new girlfriend’s car but not her ex’s. The officer was able to verify her whereabouts during the time the vandalism had occurred.

March 9th City of Greenfield
A highly-intoxicated man called 911 because he was upset about being thrown out of a bar and was mad because his friend was still being served. When police arrived, the caller said his friend was supposed to drive him home and he didn’t want him to drive drunk. After being warned about the proper use of 911, one of the men walked home and the other was given a ride home by police.

March 17th Village of Pewaukee
Officers were called to a residence for a report of an argument between two people. Police learned the argument was about being “shorted” a taco at Taco Bell. The situation resulted in the two people arguing over the uneven number of tacos and who was entitled to the last one. Officers determined that both parties had been drinking and did not meet the criteria for domestic disturbance.

March 22nd City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported a man walking down the street covered in mold.