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Police blotter

5:23 PM, Mar. 26, 2013  |  Comments
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NEENAH POLICE DEPARTMENT

March 11

? Burglary, 2600 block of Marathon Avenue. A Neenah man reported that a 32-inch flat-screen television had been stolen from his house. The man left his house for a few hours during the day, but was home the remainder of the time. The next morning he woke up to find the TV gone. He didn't see any footprints outside the house and could not tell how someone got into his house.

? Damage to property, 200 block of E. Wisconsin Avenue. Someone called police to report toilet paper lit on fire in the men's bathroom facilities at Shattuck Park. The fire went out, but there was some damage.

March 13

? Damage to property, 200 block of E. Wisconsin Avenue. Three teenage girls were cited for damage to property after they intentionally plugged the toilets in the first-floor women's restroom at the Neenah Public Library. The girls were ordered to pay $41.45 each in restitution.

? Burglary, 1200 block of Gillingham Road. Officers were dispatched to a local business for a report of a burglary. Upon arrival, they noticed a broken window where entry likely was made into the building. About $40 was stolen from a cash register and the front and back doors of the business were damaged.

March 14

? Miscellaneous, 1000 block of Westwind Drive. A woman reported receiving a letter from the IRS stating they would be reviewing her taxes for 2012. She told police she and her husband had not yet filed their 2012 taxes. She contacted the IRS about the situation, as it appears someone is defrauding the couple with a fraudulent tax return. The IRS told her she needed an incident report from the police with a case number.

March 16

? Disturbance, Union Street and Adams Street. A person called police to report hearing people outside a nearby home drinking and arguing. The caller heard the people say they were going to get guns and start shooting. When officers arrived, a woman was found talking on the phone to a friend. She admitted to making a comment about a gun, but told officers she was joking.

? Retail theft, 1100 block of W. Winneconne Avenue. Officers were dispatched for a report of two female shoplifters. They concealed $40 worth of items in a purse, stroller and diaper bag. The Appleton girls, 14- and 17-years-old, received citations for retail theft.

March 17

? Weapon, 100 block of Gruenwald Avenue. Officers were called to a residence on a report of a disturbance involving a gun. Upon arrival, officers learned a gun was not involved. There is a gun kept at the residence, but the man went upstairs to cool down, not to get the gun.

MENASHA POLICE DEPARTMENT

March 11

? Harassment, 800 block of Appleton Street. A woman reported receiving 400 text messages in less than a week from her sister. The woman has custody of her sister's son, who recently got into some trouble. The woman informed her sister about the trouble and the sister became incredibly upset. Officers called the woman's sister, who lives in Arizona, but she did not answer.

March 12

? Drugs, Ahnaip and Oak streets. During a traffic stop, officers found marijuana in a vehicle.

March 13

? Theft, 400 block of Broad Street. A woman called police to report that her bike was stolen from the hallway of her apartment building.

March 14

? Disturbance, 300 block of Lopas Street. A caller reported someone breaking in the back door.

? Theft, 300 block of Oak Street. A woman called to report two of her unused checkbooks had been stolen from her residence. She told police she has no money in the account and suspects her ex-boyfriend took the checks when she kicked him out.

March 16

? Damage to property, 1000 block of Lucerne Drive. A woman called police to report that her tires had been deflated and possibly slashed. She saw a white male wearing a black coat run away from the vehicle as she approached.

March 17

? Disturbance, 700 block of Appleton Road. A man called police to report his estranged wife ran over his foot during their child exchange.

March 18

? Disturbance, 700 block of Racine Street. Officers were dispatched to a residence for a disturbance. It was reported that a man pointed a shotgun at a woman and was threatening her since she refused to leave the residence. The man was taken into custody and found to have two active warrants for theft of video service and criminal damage to property.

TOWN OF MENASHA POLICE DEPARTMENT

March 9

? Drugs, 2300 block of Imperial Lane. Officers were called to an apartment complex on the report of an odor of marijuana in the hallway. Officers confirmed the odor and overheard two men talking about "getting high" from a particular apartment. After speaking with the occupants, they stated they were not smoking marijuana despite the strong odor. Officers obtained a search warrant and recovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia. A 20-year-old Town of Menasha man, a 19-year-old man from Iron Mountain, Mich., and an 18-year-old man from Kingford, Mich., were charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

March 11

? Disturbance, 900 block of Appleton Road. Officers were called to a gas station regarding a person driving away without paying for gas. According to the clerk, he watched a woman pump gas into her car and wait for quite awhile after she was done. The clerk became suspicious and continued to watch her but as soon as several other customers arrived, she started to drive away. The clerk chased after her and began pounding on her window to get her to stop and in the process broke her window. The woman left, returned a short time later, but left again after being told police had been called. Citations for theft were issued to the 55-year-old Neenah woman, and a citation for damage to property was issued to the clerk, a 26-year-old Appleton man.

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