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Police & Fire
A 47-year-old Greenfield man accused of calling in a bomb threat to the Milwaukee County Behavioral Complex told authorities he was angry over being terminated from a outpatient program.
Odd calls last week required some relationship counseling and animal attention.
Extra officers will be on every highway and street all weekend, says Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke, and municipal police back that up.
The two departments earned a total of three awards at a ceremony that highlights significant efforts in emergency medical service.
So it’s finally starting to warm up in Wisconsin, and suddenly there’s a nudity epidemic. This is our weekly weird crime roundup, OMG PD.
Police & Fire, Schools
Brittany Barnstable, a Whitnell High School student, died as a result of her injuries Sunday.
The 60-year-old Greenfield man stuffed a towel in his bathroom sink and left the water running, according to the Greenfield Police Department.
The FBI compiles crime statistics annually and Patch has used that data to create a searchable database for Wisconsin information.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants another lowering of the blood-alcohol standard for drunk driving. It stands at .08; the NTSB wants it at .05.
But the witness who called in the incident also gave police a false name and was arrested for obstructing. And the victim refused to cooperate.
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