October 18th City of Green Bay (update on story from last week)
A Smith Street resident called police AGAIN to complain that a newspaper that they do not subscribe to is still being delivered to their driveway and NOTHING IS BEING DONE ABOUT IT!
October 20th City of Green Bay
Police were called about two women on a city bus engaged in a verbal dispute about a laundry basket.
October 14th City of West Allis
Officers were called to the scene of a disturbance. A 29-year-old man flew into a rage and reportedly pulled a curtain rod down, then began swinging it like a baseball bat destroying a lamp, vase and television. According to the police report, the man was angry because someone had left a sponge in the kitchen sink.
October 14th City of Brookfield
A passerby called police to report seeing a man running around naked outside the former Babies R Us location. Responding officers found the man was not naked but rather wearing a “mankini” like the one worn by Sacha Baron Cohen in the Borat movie. The man told police that his friends were taking pictures of him in the mankini. Police told the group to find another location to take those kinds of pictures.
October 15th City of Delafield
A 41-year-old-man sped to the police station while being chased from the library by a 51-year-old man with whom he got into an argument over Pokémon Go. The 51-year-old told police that the issues between the two arose from an ongoing competition over “gym takeovers” on Pokémon Go. He told officers he thought the other man was cheating to take over the Delafield Pokémon gyms. The 47-year-old said he “just wants to play the game.” Police warned the two men that they needed to not take the game too seriously.
October 3rd City of Neenah
A caller on South Commercial Street reported two females were outside the business calling and begging for pizzas even though the business is closed for the night. The two women then started calling the business and hanging up. The women eventually left when an employee told them to leave.
October 4th City of Neenah
A caller on Lakeshore Avenue reported that someone called their home and yelled at them to “fix the internet”. They do not know who it was and when they called the number back. The person who answered the phone swore at them.
October 15th Town of Grand Rapids
A restaurant employee called police and reported two people left without paying their bill. A busboy followed them 60 plus miles to Black River Falls and confronted them, but they ignored him.
October 15th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A resident called police to report there was a woman sitting in his flower bed filling her pockets with rocks.
October 14th City of Wisconsin Rapids
A man called police to report someone stole the racks out of his toaster oven.
October 18th City of Green Bay
A man on ninth street called police to report that for the last 10 minutes his neighbor has been outside, kicking, hitting and head-butting a tree.
October 19th City of Green Bay
A caller told police they are being chased down Bader Street by someone in a car dressed like a clown.
October 17th City of Green Bay
Police received a report of a group of juveniles on Mason Street wearing Halloween masks walking up to people and yelling “Get them!” then running away.
October 14th City of Green Bay
An intoxicated man on South Webster called the police and told the dispatcher he was pranking his friend and now he’s in handcuffs and can’t get out of them.
October 16th City of Brown Deer
Police received a 911 hang up call from an employee inside the Wal-Mart. A responding officer contacted a 27-year-old woman, and it was determined she accidentally made the call. However, the was then arrested for an open warrant.