Weekly Police Blotter: July 10-16, 2018
Woman threatens daughter’s boyfriend
At 1 p.m., a 33-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man reported that his girlfriend’s mother was harassing him. He stated that she got a concealed carry license because of him. The 42-year-old woman allegedly stated that she was out for blood and that he better not be around when she got to his residence. Police made contact with the woman and she agreed not to have contact with the man.
Rebel without a car
At 3:08 p.m., an employee of a department store called to report a 47-year-old woman had been caught stealing ink cartridges. The woman was then wandering around the parking lot stating she did not know where her car was. Police arrived and transported the woman to the jail.
Car detailer at large
At 9:05 a.m. and 10:22 a.m., there were two separate calls regarding vehicles being spray painted. There are no suspects in either case.
Rent money missing
At 10:43 a.m., a 34-year-old Wisconsin Rapids woman reported that she has been sending money orders for her rent payments but the landlords were not receiving them. The caller states she thinks a neighbor could be taking the money orders.
At 6:52 p.m., a young man reported that his dad left the house with a friend and called him and threatened that “hell’s fury” is going to follow him back when he comes home. The caller and step mom did not want the man to come back to the residence. Police made contact with the 49-year-old man, and he was warned for his behavior and will be packing a bag to stay somewhere else.
There’s no place like home
At 7:50 p.m., a young woman called police as she was stranded at a gas station in Wisconsin Rapids. She was on a bus from Missouri. She got off the bus to go into the gas station and when she came back they wouldn’t let her back on the bus. Her luggage is in Milwaukee and she has nowhere to go. Police assisted the woman and took her to a motel for the night.
Pushy kids selling magazines
At 7:09 p.m., a caller observed an older gray van dropping off teens in the area of 19th Street South around 4 p.m. The caller was stopped by a female who tried to sell her magazines. She stated the female was very pushy. The caller told her she was going to call the cops and the magazine salesperson quickly took off.