May 7th City of Green Bay
A Capital Drive resident called 911 to report his basement was flooding. The caller reportedly became upset when told he needed to call a plumber not the police.
May 6th City of Sheboygan
A Weeden Creek Road woman called for help after taking a bite of a boy’s sandwich without realizing he had put hand sanitizer on it. She said she was now was having trouble breathing.
May 3rd Village of Hartland
Police cited two women, ages 24 and 31, after they reportedly smeared peanut butter all over one of their coworker’s car as part of what they called a “willow tradition.” When questioned, both women reportedly admitted to smearing the peanut butter on the windshield, windows and a door handle of the victim’s car. One of the women told officers the prank was part of a “willow tradition” at work and she had had the same thing happen to her. She told police she thought the prank would be funny and did not expect the victim to get mad. The police report did not explain what a willow tradition is.
May 10th Village of Biron
A concerned citizen called police to report seeing a woman dancing around a mailbox.
May 10th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A caller reported an unknown person threw a dirty diaper in front of his door.
May 1st City of New London
An Ostrander Road resident called police and reported someone stuffed horse manure into her mailbox.
May 7th Village of Little Chute
An officer apprehended a loose chicken on Franklin Street.
May 6th Town of Brookfield
Police were called a motel where, while staff was away from the front desk, a man reached over the counter and stole the cashbox. The man was wearing a Nike T-shirt that said “Just do it.”
May 4th City of Franklin
Numerous local teens have begun playing a game called “Paranoia” involving teams tracking each other across the city and attacking with squirt guns. If someone’s clothes get wet, that player is out of the game. Some players have deduced that if they’re not wearing clothes they cannot be eliminated. As a result, that morning police cited NINE students before school for jumping out of cars naked.
April 10th City of Cudahy
Police cited a man with his second OWI after they caught him driving on the sidewalk and grass. The man told officers he thought the grass and sidewalk was the road.
May 10th City of Waupun
Police responded to a report of what appeared to be a domestic disturbance. When officers arrived, they found a man and woman were having a verbal argument over the woman going to McDonald’s, when the man did NOT want her to go McDonald’s.
May 1st City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident reported there was a woman she did not know pounding on her doors and asking for beer.
April 29th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A woman reported seeing a man who got of a limousine, took some pictures and then rode off on a bicycle.
April 27th City of Waupaca
A resident called police and reported that someone drives by his house every day and throws an empty energy drink bottle into his yard.
April 25th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police to report a man sitting on a curb and “twitching”.
May 3rd City of Green Bay
A caller on Capitol Drive reported a woman laying on top of a parked vehicle and smoking.
April 25th Village of Pewaukee
A police officer patrolling near the elementary school found a young boy with his head stuck in a fence.