4/3 Police Not Fooled by Crimes on April First

Several people played the role of a fool on Monday April first as they participated in some illegal activities and were caught. According to Lieutenant Michael Hartwell of the West Bend police, the first incident happened at the high school around eight fifteen. A 17 year old male, started a fight with a 16 year old male because he was upset with him because he is now dating his ex-girlfriend. The 17 year old punched the victim in the head several times. School officials intervened and separated the young men. Police arrived and took the 17 year into custody on charges of Disorderly Conduct and Physical Abuse of a Child. About twenty minutes later around eight forty; police answered a theft call at Badger Middle School on South Main Street. A teacher at the School reported that a jacket had been stolen out of her classroom.  An Investigation determined that a 17 year old female was responsible for the theft.  The coat was recovered at her home. She was issued a citation for theft. The last report from Lieutenant Hartwell follows the old saying “fool me once shame on me.. fool me twice shame on you. Officers were dispatched to the Pick N Save store on West Washington at twelve twenty. A 55 year old female from Campbellsport, left Pick ‘n Save with forty nine dollars worth of groceries that she failed to pay for.  The woman was stopped by Loss Prevention agents and held until police arrived.  The woman was issued a citation for Retail Theft.  Lieutenant Hartwell informed WBKV News that this is the same person who was arrested at Walmart on Sunday for the same offense.
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