Monday, March 14, 2011


March 9th Village of Wittenberg
Police responded to a call from an employee of the Wittenberg Telephone Company who reported they had no shovel with which to shovel their walk after the previous day’s snowstorm. The employee indicated that they saw a neighbor shoveling his walk with what appeared to be their shovel. Police contacted the shoveler and were able to get the shovel returned to its rightful owners.

March 10th City of Shawano
A resident on Madison Way called police to report a woman turned up at her patio door and repeatedly rapped on the window. The woman then took off her pants and left them outside the patio doors.

March 1st City of Whitefish Bay
A woman on East Sylvan Avenue called police to report a 56-year-old man who approached her about 2 p.m.. The man asked the woman if he could shovel her walk, take her to dinner and cut her hair. He left saying he'd return at 7 p.m. with his business card.

March 6th City of Oshkosh
A 27-year-old woman was arrested for theft after she rented a hotel room on South Washburn Street for two nights. When she checked out of the room, it was discovered she stole two comforters off the beds and a toilet paper dispenser.

February 16th City of Germantown
Police responded to a call from Germantown High School where a 15-year-old boy had dumped a container of milk on another student’s head.

February 22nd City of Stevens Point
Police responding to a fender bender found sunflower seeds scattered inside one of the cars. The 47-year-old woman driving the car confessed to police that she had been eating sunflower seeds just before the crash.

March 6th City of West Allis
Two men, ages 31 and 25, were thrown out of Crazy Horse Gentleman's Club and then assaulted by three unknown men. One of the victims told police that, during the assault, he had a "rotten tooth knocked loose".

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