OMG PD: The Odd and Odder From Police Reports

Some folks just drank too much; one man in danger of being hammered ... literally.

If you think nothing interesting ever happens in the burbs, think again. Every week Patch highlights some of the more unusual crime news from throughout southeastern Wisconsin in our new feature, "OMG PD."

That’s the way to stay with it!

A , then hid in a closet, and finally was stun with a Taser following an altercation of undetermined origin on July 3.

The two biting victims later created separate disturbances hours apart and were arrested — one for battery and disorderly conduct, the other for disorderly conduct.

Keep digging, sir

A told police he was filming because the skateboarders had given him permission to tape them, with plans to post the video on YouTube.

Suspicious police were then permitted to search the man’s car, where they found women’s clothing, underwear and makeup. He told police he has a photography business and and photographs women in the outfits.

He was given a ride home after police found his blood-alcohol content was 0.14.

Need any more proof?

A left no doubt he was operating under the influence.

The man admitted to celebrating his birthday with friends; then when officers returned from running a check on his driver’s license, they saw him throwing up in a garbage bag. He vomited again later at the police station.

New meaning to ‘getting hammered’

Road rage does not always require a road, as .

In line at a car wash, the man stepped out of his car, approached the truck in front of him and asked the driver to pull forward.

The truck driver was having none of it, pulling out a claw hammer and threatening the man. The 61-year-old truck driver was cited for disorderly conduct.

Whatever happened to a good, old-fashioned pickup line?

A Caledonia woman was awakened very early in the morning of July 2 by a

The Milwaukee man — who turned out to be very drunk — had been looking for the home of an acquaintance with whom he had been staying. Witnesses told police the man had been looking at mailbox numbers trying to find the right house. When he thought he found the home, he walked inside but never actually made it into the woman’s bed. She was unharmed.

The man was arrested for disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.


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.


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