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Police blotter

9:43 AM, Jan. 22, 2013  |  Comments
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NEENAH POLICE DEPARTMENT

Jan. 6

? Harassment, 600 block of Main Street. A 19-year-old Neenah woman sought police assistance to stop her mother from harassing her. The mother was defiant when contacted by police, saying she could call her daughter if she wanted. Police warned the mother.

Jan. 7

? Theft, 300 block of First Street. A 24-year-old Menasha woman told police that her sport utility vehicle was stolen from her residence. Police determined the SUV was repossessed for failure to make payments.

Jan. 8

? Trespass, 100 block of N. Western Avenue. An employee reported that someone had dragged a company picnic table to the back of the property and had been partying there. The employee requested additional police patrol.

Jan. 9

? Theft, 800 block of Fox Point Plaza. Police cited a 39-year-old Neenah woman for shoplifting after she stole a sack of potatoes and fruit punch from a grocery store. A security officer said the woman had been caught stealing from the store in the past.

Jan. 10

? Theft, 1100 block of W. Winneconne Avenue. Police cited a 38-year-old Menasha man for shoplifting after he selected dog food, milk and egg rolls from a department store and returned them for cash without ever purchasing the items.

Jan. 11

? Disturbance, 1200 block of Tullar Road. A motorist reported that a group of Neenah High School students was holding another student face-down in the snow.

Jan. 13

? Disturbance, 300 block of Stanley Court. Police cited a 15-year-old Neenah girl in shelter care for disorderly conduct after she caused an uproar, swore at staff and refused to obey rules.

MENASHA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Jan. 5

? Auto theft, 600 block of Fifth Street. A female reported that her brother stole their mother's van from the driveway.

? Disturbance, 500 block of Broad Street. An officer was dispatched to the location regarding a woman who broke a mirror.

? Traffic stop, London and Sixth streets. After running a random registration check, an officer stopped a vehicle that had suspended license plates for $160 worth of unpaid parking tickets in the city. The driver said her sister paid the tickets through the City of Neenah. The license plates were removed from the car and destroyed.

? Drugs, 900 block of Third Street. While investigating a noise complaint, officers arrested three people for possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Jan. 6

? Damage to property, first block of Tayco Street. A complainant reported that the rear window of his vehicle had been smashed out and a large chunk of ice was near the trunk.

Jan. 7

? Damage to property, fourth block of Main Street. A plant manager notified police that someone cut off and stole four extension cords that were plugged into the company's trucks.

? Theft, 300 block of Anhaip Street. A company reported that three heavy-duty extension cords were stolen from the back lot.

Jan. 8

? Disturbance, 600 block of Broad Street. A woman reported that her baby's father wouldn't tell her where bottles were. Police discovered the man had worked third shift and was awakened by the woman pounding on the door and accusing him of hiding the bottles. Police found bottles in the kitchen and told the woman she just needed to wash them.

TOWN OF MENASHA POLICE DEPARTMENT

Jan. 4

? Drugs, 2400 block of Southwood Drive. As detectives were executing a search warrant at an apartment for an unrelated crime, they uncovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia. Charges were sent to the district attorney for a 24-year-old man and 18-year-old woman, both from the Town of Menasha.

Jan. 6

? Damage to property, 300 block of W. Wilson Avenue. Officers were called to an apartment complex regarding several juveniles fighting in the hallway. The juveniles had left by the time officers arrived. The officers noticed several damaged items in the basement and were able to locate two of the juveniles involved a short time later. A 13-year-old Kaukauna girl and a 14-year-old Town of Menasha girl were charged with criminal damage to property, obstructing and underage drinking.

Jan. 8

? Loud noise, 2300 block of Southwood Drive. An officer was called to an apartment complex regarding a tenant who was playing video games very loudly. After the officer knocked on the door, he heard people inside talking. He identified himself and asked someone to answer the door, but the people inside replied that they wouldn't. The officer explained why he was there and the occupants told him to leave the citation on the door. A citation was issued to the 20-year-old male tenant.

Jan. 11

? Traffic stop, Airport and Appleton Roads. An officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic violation and found that the driver and the occupants did not have valid licenses. While speaking with them, the officer noted that the passenger had an open can of beer resting at his feet. The passenger, a 20-year-old Menasha man, initially provided a false name. The man was cited for obstructing, possession of an open intoxicant in a motor vehicle and underage drinking (fourth offense). The driver, a 19-year-old Appleton man, was cited for operating after suspension.

Jan. 12

? Underage alcohol, 2400 block of Wilson Court. Officers responded at 4:30 a.m. to a report of people fighting. Several people in the parking lot denied fighting, but said they were having a discussion regarding a relationship that one of them was having with a female. Officers smelled alcohol on the breath of one of the men, a 20-year-old from Appleton. He was cited for underage drinking.

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