OMG PD: The Odd and Odder from Police Reports
Things we do with, and to, our automobiles — and others'.
If you think nothing interesting ever happens in the burbs, think again. Patch is highlighting some of the more unusual crime news from throughout southeastern Wisconsin in our feature, "OMG PD."
And That's Why it Smells Like Roses
A Brookfield woman called police to report that smeared cow manure was spread on her daughter's car.
The culprits did, however, apply the fecal matter with high-quality napkins, according to the police report.
Bet She Left Fries on the Floor
A Franksville woman is in custody after extending her one-day car rental to about 10 months simply by not returning it. Police say she has done this sort of thing before, so the punishment she faces could also be extended.
Sounds Like Her Hands and Feet Are Plenty
With a blood-alcohol content more than four times the limit for driving a vehicle, a Brookfield woman managed to do a great deal of damage without getting behind the wheel.
She cut her arm after breaking out a car window, and after being transported to the hospital she became a handful for police. An officer declined to give her a pen, fearing she would use it as a weapon, and so she lunged at the officer to take the pen from the officer's pocket.
She was placed in restraints and a spit hood, which she managed to remove herself while in the back of a squad car.
Fast Food, Slow Reactions
Three hours after receiving his meal at a Brookfield McDonald's, a man returned to the restaurant and held up the drive-through line until he was satisfied.
It is believed the genesis of his tantrum — which included entering the restaurant and swearing at employees — was associated with the tomatoes on his sandwich.
The above items are from reports from local police departments. In all incidents where an arrest occurred, a charge is merely an accusation and not evidence of guilt. The arrested person is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.