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SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 6-19-17


June 11th City of Waukesha
A 32-year-old prostitute (pictured) allegedly stabbed a 70-year-old man with whom she had agreed to have sex for money. The woman stabbed the man in the shoulder after they had sex and he attempted to pay her with two dollars in quarters and a pair of edible panties. The man said he didn't have any more money. The woman saw that the man had two additional pairs of edible panties and asked for those as payment. The man refused to give the woman the additional edible panties, that cost nine dollars each, because he said they were for other women. After stabbing the man, the woman fled with one pair of the edible panties.

June 9th Town of Union
A 36-year-old man became the first person ever arrested in the three-year history of the Blue Ox Music Festival. The man was arrested after he was found in a restricted area, "lying on the ground like he was on the cross on which Jesus hung". When police arrived, the man refused to get off the ground or identify himself. Officers were later able to identify the man from his driver’s license, which bears a photo of him wearing a spaghetti strainer on his head.

June 15th City of Green Bay
Police were called to Kohl's East where a man wearing a blue shirt, khaki pants and baseball hat was putting earrings in his mouth.

June 4th City of Neenah
Two women on Tullar Road were reported as being in the bathroom a long time. When the caller checked the bathroom, she said she found feces smeared ALL OVER. An officer confirmed that it is NOT fecal matter and not as extensive as the caller made it sound. It was actually a spot of mud on the wall about the size of a dinner plate.

June 6th City of Manawa
A woman was arrested after a nearly 3-hour standoff resulting from her anger over her lawn being mowed. After reportedly failing to comply with repeated warnings to clean up her yard and mow the lawn, two city workers were dispatched to do the job. After the job was nearly finished, the woman came running out of the house screaming obscenities and pointing her middle finger at a police officer who was standing by. The woman then went back inside the house and threatened to shoot police officers beginning the three-hour standoff.

June 12th City of Green Bay
Police checked on a man who had been sitting on a park bench all day on Jackson Street and was now swearing AT the storm.

June 10th City of Waukesha
A man in his 20s fell into a food freezer at Walmart while looking at a box of waffles with his eyes closed.

June 15th City of Green Bay
Officers responded to a report of a man on Knoll Terrace dancing outside in his underwear to really loud music.

May 30th City of Franklin
An alert resident contacted police after taking a photo of an 82-year-old man in the act of stealing coupon magazines from area mailboxes. Police attempted to pull the man’s vehicle over, but he sped off and was later taken into custody at his home. Police found coupon magazines belonging to 12 different people inside the suspect's van.

June 11th City of Oak Creek
A group of people who became annoyed by an angry, obnoxious drunken friend dropped the man off in the lobby of the police department.

June 2nd Village of Thiensville
Police were called to a nail salon where he woman was out of control and yelling and screaming at employees. When police arrived, the woman continued to yell and scream and fought with officers injuring two of them in the process. The woman was reportedly angry because the salon was booked and not able to do her nails that day.

June 8th City of Glendale
Two men who robbed a bank in Brown Deer were arrested after they attempted to cut through the front and backyards of a riverfront home in an effort to avoid police and drove their car right into the Milwaukee River.

June 5th City of Port Washington
A woman called police and reported they heard loud pounding and thumping on the door at her residence and she was not expecting anyone. A responding officer found the pounding and thumping was the woman's door blowing in the wind.

June 4th Village of Saukville
A Piggly Wiggly employee called police to report a man shoplifting in the store. Store employees said the man went to the meat department and ordered two fresh chickens and requested that the chickens be wrapped separately in only butcher paper. The man was then seen shoving the two chickens down his pants in the freezer aisle. When police confronted the man, he claimed he had left the chickens in the cheese department. According to police, the chickens were never found.

June 11th Town of Saratoga A woman called police to report a fire in progress. The woman called back several minutes later when she realized that what she thought was fire was just the moon shining through some trees.