April 11th City of Green Bay
A U.S. Postal worker on South Maple Street called police to report being harassed by a man in a Speedo.
April 10th City of Green Bay
Police officers responded to a report of a U.S. Postal worker drinking from a flask while on the job. The woman took a voluntary breath test and blew a 0.000. Police determined her drink was a Diet Pepsi.
April 12th Village of Port Edwards
A man called police and reported that he had been trying to pay a parking ticket for “some time now” but could never find anyone at the police station to take his payment.
April 12th Village of Auburndale
A caller reported two vehicles with three men sitting in one of them behind a building. The three teens told officers they were recording rap songs and would be famous someday. The deputy told them to practice someplace less suspicious.
April 11th City of Wisconsin Rapids
Officers responded to a call about a domestic disturbance. Police learned that a man and a woman had been arguing and the woman brought three knives into the bedroom where the man was trying to sleep. The man reportedly grabbed the knives out of the woman’s hand and threw them on the floor, not noticing that one of the knives had fallen into his pants, which were on the floor. When the man went to get dressed, the knife in his pants cut an artery in his leg. The man sustained considerable blood loss and was rushed to the hospital.
April 4th City of Elm Grove
Police stopped a driver whom they saw cross the center line. The driver insisted he crossed the line because of a big sneeze. Police believed it had more to do with his .207 blood alcohol level.
April 1st City of Cudahy
Police responded to a report from a concerned citizen who reported seeing a man standing outside a strip mall with a 12-pack of beer and appearing unsteady. Police observed the man throwing small pieces of a Kit Kat wrapper on the ground and they warned him about littering and left, parking 300 feet away to observe the man. The 57-year-old proceeded to throw the entire family size Kit-Kat wrapper on the ground. Police cited the intoxicated man for littering and gave him a ride home.
April 2nd City of Bayside
An officer noticed a man driving a vehicle with a missing tire and making a loud scraping noise as the wheel rim was scraping against the road surface. The 63-year-old driver told the officer that he had a flat tire from striking a curb, and he got off the freeway to check it. When the officer asked why he wasn’t wearing shoes, the man replied, “some hooker stole ‘em”.
April 15th City of Neenah
A Smith Street resident called police to report his neighbor attacked him with a snow blower.