April 4th City of Green Bay
An officer responded to a report of two juveniles in a store on West Mason Street who were popping balloons and had no money to pay for them.
March 24th City of Menasha
Police received a report of an eleven-year-old girl on Sunset Drive throwing shoes at her siblings then running around the neighborhood in her bare feet.
April 5th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman reported someone came into her house through the back door while she was upstairs and “messed with her television”.
April 4th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called 911 three times and kept saying that “a light is on” but refused to say which light he was talking about.
March 15th City of Menasha
Police were called after a person allegedly grabbed an elastic necktie that another student was wearing around his neck and snapped it hard, causing large red marks and temporary pain.
April 4th Village of Nekoosa
A man reported his 98-year-old father was “being bullheaded” and would not allow the son to snow blow the father’s driveway.
March 15th City of Menasha
A high school student was issued a summons for pelting other students with cheese and bananas.
March 28th City of Waupaca
A caller notified police that his roommate had taken something and now believes there is a baby crying in the attic.
March 26th City of Neenah
A caller reported that while she was in a drive-thru on Green Bay Road, a male came up to her window asking her “If this was REAL life, why was she ordering FAKE food?
March 31st Village of Loganville (Sauk County)
Police were called to the scene after a runaway trampoline crashed into a power pole.
March 30th City of De Pere
An angry woman at a bar on Main Street called police to complain that the bartender won’t accept her ID.
March 26th Village of Pulaski
A caller reported he believes his daughter-in-law is spraying something on his bedding that’s making him sick.
March 15th City of Greenfield
A customer at a BP station ran off with $615 while the clerk was unplugging the toilet.
March 24th Town of Brookfield
Police received a call reporting a couple with a baby fighting in a car outside Chuck E. Cheese. When police arrived, the car was empty. Officers went to the restaurant and went table to table looking for the car owner. They finally found the man and woman, and they were interviewed separately. Both parties explained they were just rapping, singing and moving their hands before going into the restaurant to eat.
March 19th City of New Berlin
Alerted by the odor of urine, the public library director discovered a puddle when she stepped into the library elevator. Responding officers discovered someone had indeed urinated in the library’s front elevator. It is estimated that it will cost $120 to clean up the urine.
March 27th City of Delafield
Police continue to search for an unidentified man seen naked along Interstate 94 on two consecutive nights, as he reportedly masturbated while standing in the glow of his car’s headlights.
March 25th City of Waupaca
A caller reported a woman in an orange tank top was laying in the middle of Jefferson Street by the library and yelling at a man in a black and white sweatshirt.
March 12th City of Menasha
While on patrol, an officer was advised by a passerby that there was a manhole cover missing from the parking lot. In checking the lot, it was found someone had replaced the manhole cover with an old table top.
March 29th City of Appleton
A caller reported seeing what they thought was a suspicious person hanging out under the Newberry Street 441 overpass wearing a clown mask and staring at vehicles driving by.