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nov 20th
SMALL TOWN CRIME WAVE 11-20-17




November 19th City of Green Bay
Police received a report of a fire in a dumpster on lot 1 near the Oneida gate outside Lambeau Field (not to be confused with the dumpster fire going on simultaneously on the field INSIDE Lambeau Field).

November 2nd City of Oak Creek
A 37-year-old woman was arrested after allegedly hitting her husband in the head and grabbing his genitals which police observed to be bleeding. The woman allegedly did this because the husband had a yogurt container sitting on his chest while he was lying on the couch she was afraid he would get yogurt on the furniture.

November 14th City of Green Bay
A police officer was requested to meet with a caller in reference to throwing lemonade at a neighbor because they vomited in their driveway.

November 10th City of Delafield
An officer caught two 45-year-olds passionately kissing in the backseat of a car outside the Marcus Theater. The couple told police they decided to "make out" before seeing a movie. The officer told the amorous couple to move along or go inside.

November 5th City of Port Washington
Police received a 911 call from someone wanting to order a pizza.

November 13th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police to report someone poured water in his laundry detergent.

November 12th Village of Wild Rose
Police received a report of teenagers driving fast and “getting lippy”.

November 11th Village of Ogdensburg
A woman reported that her grandson was receiving strange text messages. One message said to go to his mailbox, where he found a baby bottle with a threatening message and the foot of a doll.

November 15th City of Green Bay
A caller told police that a man in his 60s and dressed in camo rang their doorbell wanting to buy a television he saw advertised in the newspaper. Despite being told that they don’t have a television for sale, the man still kept ringing their doorbell.