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- Appleton Police Investigating Afternoon Bank Robbery (posted June 18, 2015)
On June 18, 2015, at 2:21PM, the Appleton Police Department received a report of a robbery occurring at a bank in the 800 block of W. Northland Avenue. Multiple officers responded to the area to begin looking for the suspect.

A male white, of an undetermined age, arrived on a bicycle and entered the bank. The suspect appeared to be approximately 5’10”, with a medium build and pockmarked complexion. He did not threaten the use of a weapon or display a weapon during the incident. He received an undisclosed amount of money, exited the bank and left the area on the aforementioned bike. No customers were in the bank and none of the bank employees were injured.

Investigators from the Appleton Police Department are reviewing multiple sources of surveillance video. No photo or video will currently be released.

Individuals having information are asked to call Sgt. Dan Tauber at the Appleton Police Department (920)832-5526. If you have information, but wish to remain anonymous, please consider using Text-a-Tip. Text CRIMES (274-637) with the keyword APDTIPS at the start of your message.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920)832-5509.
- Lengthy Human Trafficking Investigation Leads to Arrests (posted June 10, 2015)
Over a two year period, the Appleton Police Department, in collaboration with the Wisconsin Department of Justice and multiple local law enforcement agencies have been investigating a human trafficking ring operating in the Fox Valley, Wisconsin and throughout the Midwest. The subjects of this investigation have used force, fraud and coercion to recruit women into the criminal enterprise of human trafficking. The investigation, while continuing, has led to recent arrests.

Taken into custody and confined were three Appleton residents: Charles R. Nash (M/B, 01/11/87) and Brandon L. Smith (M/B, 11/02/75 for Conspiracy to Commit Human Trafficking, Pandering and Solicitation of Prostitutes (each a felony charge) and Elizabeth A. Johnson (F/W, 03/01/88) for Conspiracy to Commit Human Trafficking and Solicitation of Prostitutes (felony charges).

According to Lt. Steve Elliott of the Appleton Police Department’s Community Resource Unit (CRU), additional suspects have been identified through the investigation. There is an expectation of future arrests related to this ongoing investigation.

For additional information, please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Late Night Eviction Attempt Results in Arrest (posted June 9, 2015)
On June 9, 2015, at 2:34 AM, the Appleton Police Department sent an officer to a civil issue occurring in the 900 block of E. Franklin Street. The owner of the residence told the officer he wanted a family living in the upstairs of the residence evicted. The officer explained the proper way to pursue an eviction; the officer then left the residence.

The landlord, who was intoxicated, called the Appleton Police Department a second time to speak to the officer. He had the process explained to him for a second time by the officer and a supervisor. The officer also spoke to the landlord’s mother.

At 4:28 AM, officers were dispatched to a disturbance at the residence on E. Franklin Street. They were informed of the landlord smashing the glass from two upstairs doors with a baseball bat. He then reached inside the broken glass to unlock the doors. He entered the living area with the baseball bat in hand and verbally threatened the family. He did not injure any of the four people in the apartment. Arriving officers took the landlord, who had the baseball bat in his possession, into custody without incident.

The Appleton Police Department has confined Appleton resident, Daniel J. Ebben (M/W, 07/22/84) at the Outagamie County Jail on charges of Burglary (Armed with Dangerous Weapon), Damage to Property and Disorderly Conduct.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Apartment Fire Investigated as Suspicious (posted June 3, 2015)
On Wednesday, June 3, 2015, at 8:49 AM, the Appleton Fire Department was dispatched to smoke coming from the second floor of an apartment building in the 3000 block of S. Chain Drive. Fire personnel were on scene by 8:57 AM. Residents of the building had already evacuated their apartments. Several fire units responded and were able to extinguish the fire.

The fire, which was contained to one room of the second floor apartment, caused damage to several other apartments. The fire did not injure any apartment residents. One firefighter twisted an ankle while fighting the fire. The building, housing eight (8) separate apartments, will have most residents return later today, following the investigation.

Based on evidence at the apartment and statements from witnesses the fire is being investigated as suspicious by the Appleton Police Department, Appleton Fire Department and Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigations (DCI). Those agencies are currently attempting to locate an individual regarding the origin of the fire.

The Town of Menasha Police Department, City of Menasha Police Department and Neenah-Menasha Fire Rescue assisted in the incident.

If you have information about the fire, you are asked to contact Sgt. Leitzinger at the Appleton Police Department (920) 832-5541.

If you have information but wish to remain anonymous, consider Text-a-Tip. Text CRIMES (274-637) with the keyword APDTIPS at the start of your message.

For additional information, contact Sgt. David Lund at 920-832-5509.
- Appleton Police Host Drug Drop Off and Confidential Paper Shredding Event (posted June 1, 2015)
On Saturday, June 6, 2015, the Appleton Police Department will be hosting their 2nd Annual Drug Drop Off and Confidential Paper Shredding Event. The event will be held in the parking lot of the Outagamie County Justice Center (320 S. Walnut Street). It starts at 9:00 AM and ends at noon.

Individuals participating are allowed to bring up to three (3) bankers boxes/grocery bags of confidential papers for shredding and safe disposal. Due to the time required, shredding will take place off site (through Cintas Document Destruction).

Individuals who wish to drop off unused prescriptions, over-the-counter medicines, inhalers or pet medications are encouraged to cross off/remove labels with personal identifying information. We cannot accept needles, syringes, hazardous/chemical waste, mercury products or electric glucose monitoring devices at the event.

The purpose of the event: Pharmaceutical waste poses a significant environmental risk, especially to our drinking water. Studies conducted throughout the country have uncovered many of these drugs in our drinking water, and the negative effects of these substances on the general population are only now beginning to be studied and understood. Additionally, pharmaceutical drugs, when abused or taken incorrectly, pose a substantial health risk. Of all the illegal drugs found in the Fox Cities, more deaths are attributed to the pharmaceutical drug category than all of the other drug types combined.
Identity theft is now the fastest growing crime in the country. Most identity theft is done through simple means of collecting papers thrown in the trash. Simple strip shredders do not prevent criminals from obtaining the information they need to steal your identity.

For further information, please contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Appleton Police and Fire Announce 2015 Citizen's Public Safety Academy (posted May 28, 2015)
The Appleton Police and Fire Departments have joined together to offer their sixth annual, Citizen's Public Safety Academy. The academy will begin on Wednesday, September 9, 2015 and runs through Wednesday, December 2, 2015.

The class meets each Wednesday from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM. Classes will be held at either the Appleton Police Station or Appleton Fire Station #6.

The Citizen’s Public Safety Academy provides a glimpse of law enforcement and the life of a firefighter through tours, presentations and many interactive activities. The academy was created to provide a working knowledge of the policies, procedures and personnel of the Police and Fire Departments, for the citizens of our community.

The academy is free of charge. It is open to all citizens who either live or work in the City of Appleton. Applicants must be at least 17 years of age. Citizens who have previously participated are asked to wait three (3) years before applying for another session of the academy. Background checks will be completed, prior to applicants being accepted into the academy.

We are enrolling approximately 15 to 20 people on a first-come, first serve basis. If we do not have room for all interested participants, you will be put on a waiting list for next year’s academy.

Applications are due by Friday, July 10, 2015. The applications are available by contacting Sgt. David Lund at 832-5509 or by e-mail at david.lund@appleton.org They can also be found on the Appleton Police Department website at http://www.appleton.org/i/pu/2013_citizen's_public_safety_academy_application.pdf
- Appleton Police Department Recognizes Employees' Efforts (posted May 15, 2015)
In a ceremony held on the evening of May 14, 2015, the Appleton Police Department recognized multiple employees and several community members for outstanding work and selfless actions exhibited during the previous year. The event was held at the Appleton Police Department with employees, family members and invited community members present. Chief Thomas led the event.

The following individuals were recognized during the ceremony:

Officer of the Year – Officer Ryan Condon
Police Star – Sergeant Greg Pieper
Police Star – Officer Brandon Edwards
Distinguished Service Medal – Sergeant Chue Thao
Lifesaving Medal – Lieutenant Charlie Klauck
Lifesaving Medal – Lieutenant Dan Weiske
Lifesaving Medal – Lieutenant Jay Steinke
Lifesaving Medal – Sergeant Rob Wills
Lifesaving Medal – Sergeant Tom Wassink
Meritorious Service Award – Sergeant Mark Moderson
Meritorious Service Award – Officer Matt Kuether
Meritorious Service Award – Officer Jeremy Haney
Team Award – Lieutenant Jay Steinke
Team Award – Lieutenant Todd Peters
Team Award – Sergeant Jackie Gleiss
Team Award – Sergeant Neal Rabas
Team Award – Sergeant Tony Iversen
Team Award – Sergeant Chue Thao
Team Award – Sergeant Chris Biese
Team Award – Officer Adam Nagel
Team Award – Sergeant John Schira
Team Award – Sergeant Cary Meyer
Team Award – Sergeant Brian Leitzinger
Team Award – Sergeant Neal Rabas
Career Achievement Award – Sergeant Cary Meyer
Career Achievement Award – Sergeant John Wallschlaeger
Civilian Employee of the Year – Assistant to the Chief Beth Jasiak
Civilian Medal of Gallantry – Ethan Jeffers
Civilian Community Service Award – Sam Langenfeld
Volunteer of the Year Award – Ben Johnson
Volunteer of the Year Award – Clayton Jones

The ceremony also included the Promotional Swearing-In of the following individuals:
Promoted to Captain – Lieutenant Larry Potter
Promoted to Lieutenant – Sergeant Bill McCormick
Promoted to Lieutenant – Sergeant Mike Wallace

Being publically welcomed during event were the following Appleton Police Department employees hired in the past year:

Officer Ryan Fergot
Officer Kong Lee
Officer Stephanie Wiener
Officer Karl Reichers
Officer Mike Renkas
Officer Erick Aguilar
Officer Brandon Schnese
Community Service Officer Ellis Brooks
APD K9 - Waskos

The ceremony is held every year in conjunction with National Police Week.

For additional information, please contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920)832-5509.
- Appleton Police Seek Dog from Bite Incident (posted May 14, 2015)
On May 13, 2015, at approximately 5:45 PM, an Appleton Police Department Community Service Officer (CSO) responded to a dog bite call in the 600 block of S. Buchanan Street. A 12 year-old Appleton male reported being bit on his upper thigh by a dog. The boy was riding his bike along the sidewalk at the time of the unprovoked attack. The bite resulted in the boy’s parents seeking medical attention for him at a local hospital.

The Appleton Police Department would like to identify the dog from this attack. It was described as being medium in size, with black and white colorings. It was on a leash when it bit the boy. The dog was being walked by two females, who also had a stroller with them. They were last seen walking southbound on S. Fidelis Street.

The Appleton Police Department is requesting people with information to contact Lead Community Service Officer Fillebrown at (920)832-6414. If you have information, but wish to remain anonymous, consider Text-a-Tip. Text CRIMES (274-637) with the keyword APDTIPS at the start of your message.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Sexual Assault Investigation Ends with Arrest (posted May 14, 2015)
On May 2, 2015, the Appleton Police Department was contacted by a 52 year-old female, who reported being sexually assaulted, robbed and battered by an adult male she knew through a friend. The incident occurred at the victim’s residence on N. Durkee Street, at approximately 8:30 AM, on the day of the report.

The victim, who had allowed the suspect into her residence, reported being struck multiple times in the face by the suspect. After being attacked, the victim reported the suspect holding a knife to her throat while forcing her to perform a sexual act. The suspect stole several hundred dollars; the victim’s rent money, from her purse. He then left the residence. The victim called the police several hours after the assault. She was treated on the day of the incident at a local hospital for injuries sustained in the unprovoked attack.

The Appleton Police located the suspect on May 5, 2015, at his workplace in Appleton. He was interviewed and released. The investigators continued their investigation. On May 13, 2015, after failing to appear for a meeting with investigators, the suspect was taken into custody at his workplace. He was confined at the Outagamie County Jail.

Lamont M. Jones (M/B, 01/23/74), a resident of Oshkosh, admitted his involvement in the incident to investigators. The Appleton Police is requesting he be charged with one count of 1st Degree Sexual Assault, Substantial Battery and Armed Robbery. Each charge is a felony.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Threats with Gun Result in Arrest (posted May 13, 2015)
On May 12, 2015, at 3:38 PM, Appleton Police Department officers responded to a gun call near the intersection of E. College Avenue and S. Walter Street. A 33 year-old Appleton man reported being threatened with a handgun. The man, who was unhurt, identified a previous girlfriend as the suspect. She had left the area in a vehicle.

Officers located the suspect vehicle a short time later on E. Water Street near Rocky Bleier Run. Due to the report of firearms in the vehicle, a high-risk traffic stop was initiated. A female adult was taken into custody during the stop. A male passenger was briefly detained and released without charges. A search of the vehicle, following the arrest, yielded a loaded .40 caliber handgun, under the driver’s seat. Marijuana and a second loaded weapon were also located inside the vehicle. A record check showed the second weapon was stolen during a vehicle theft in Washington County, near West Bend.

During an interview, the suspect admitted pointing the loaded gun at the victim following an argument inside the vehicle. She stated the victim had pointed a gun back at her vehicle in response to her actions. The suspect also admitted to multiple thefts from vehicles in Washington County. The second gun had come from one of those thefts. Officers then spoke a second time to the victim, a concealed carry permit holder, who admitted drawing his weapon on the suspect vehicle, after being threatened with the handgun.

The Appleton Police Department has confined Appleton resident, Megan P. Stafford (F/W, 09/03/90) on a charge of 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety. The Appleton Police Department will refer information on the additional crimes to the Washington County Sheriff’s Department and is continuing their investigation into other aspects of the incident.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Appleton Police to Participate in National Police Week Activities (posted May 5, 2015)
In 1962, President John F. Kennedy named May 15th as National Peace Officers Memorial Day. The calendar week the day falls in was designated as National Police Week. This year, the week recognizing those who have sacrificed for the good of others is May 10, 2015, to May 16, 2015.

The Appleton Police Department will be holding the following events in conjunction with National Police Week:

Monday, May 11, 2015 – Flag raising ceremony at the entry doors of the Appleton Police Department (222 S. Walnut Street) – 8:30 AM

Wednesday, May 13, 2015 – Police vehicle display and Appleton Police Explorer’s brat fry at the Houdini Plaza. In addition to a large number of police vehicles, the Coast Guard will have a boat on display. During the event, a limited number of bicycle helmets, courtesy of the Heaney Family Fund within the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, will be available. Individuals wanting a helmet must bring their child(ren) to the event to be properly fitted. - 10:00 AM until 1:30 PM

For further information, contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Sole Burner Run/Walk Scheduled for Saturday Morning (posted May 5, 2015)
The 33rd Annual American Cancer Society "Sole Burner" fundraising run/walk event will be held in downtown Appleton on Saturday, May 9, 2015. Approximately 7,000 participants are expected for the event.

Parking restrictions and lane/street closures throughout downtown Appleton will begin early Saturday morning (5:30 AM). Runners/walkers can begin the registration process at 7:00 AM. The races begin at 8:15 AM in the City Park neighborhood with the primary run/walk starting at 9:00 AM. The event should conclude at approximately 11:00 AM.

Beginning in the City Park neighborhood, the races will run along major downtown streets including E. College Avenue (Meade Street to E. John St) E. John Street (College Ave to E. South River St.), E. South River Street (E. John St. to S. Olde Oneida St.), S. Olde Oneida Street (E. South River St. to E. Water St.) and Water St (Jackman St to Drew St). Traffic on E. College Avenue between Drew/Lawe Streets will also be impacted during the event.

Please consult www.soleburner.org for a complete event map and further information.

We ask all drivers to be attentive to participants, volunteers and spectators while driving through the downtown Appleton area on Saturday morning. Please plan ahead!

For further information, contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Suspicious Materials Located Following Disturbance Arrest (posted Apr. 23, 2015)
The Appleton Police Department has taken a 32 year-old Appleton man into custody as the result of a disturbance occurring inside an apartment complex in the 2600 block of S. Kerry Lane. The incident resulted in a multi-agency investigation of chemicals located within the man’s apartment.

Police responded to a disturbance call at 12:03 AM on April 23, 2015. A caller reported hearing a disturbance and seeing the suspect chasing a female tenant in the hallway of the building. Officers quickly located the suspect and took him into custody without incident. A female adult, who lives in a different apartment than the suspect, told officers the suspect had broken open her apartment door. The suspect reportedly tried to pull the victim from the apartment, as she attempted to hide with her child. The victim and her child were able to escape the suspect by leaving the building. No injuries were reported by the victim or her child.

While speaking to officers, the suspect indicated the presence of a different female in his apartment. Officers conducted a sweep of his apartment, looking for the individual. No one was located; however, officers did see numerous containers marked with chemical names or markings.

Based on the presence of the aforementioned chemicals, officers enlisted the assistance of the Lake Winnebago Metropolitan Enforcement Group (MEG) and WI DCI. When agents examined the chemicals, they were concerned about the presence and purpose of the chemicals. The services of the Outagamie County/Brown County Bomb Squad, ATF, EPA, Outagamie County Emergency Management, Appleton Fire Department and 54TH CST (National Guard) were employed to further identify the chemicals and purpose of the suspect possessing them. The investigation showed some chemicals to be highly toxic, while others presented a danger of volatility, if combined with other chemicals present inside the apartment. The chemicals, which were isolated to the suspect’s apartment, will be removed with the assistance of the EPA and a private environmental firm.

Steven A. Meyer (M/W, 10/08/82) is confined at the Winnebago County Jail on several charges unrelated to the chemicals located in his apartment. The Appleton Police Department is continuing their investigation into Meyer’s activity and may request additional charges through the Winnebago County District Attorney’s Office upon conclusion of the investigation.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Suspect in Custody for Overnight Stabbing (posted Apr. 22, 2015)
On April 22, 2015, at 1:07 AM, Appleton Police Department officers responded to a stabbing call inside a residence in the 1000 block of E Windfield Place. A 27 year-old Appleton male, with multiple stab and cut wounds, was located inside the residence. He was transported by paramedics to a local medical facility for treatment. His wounds, while serious, did not appear life threatening.

The Appleton Police Department learned the identity of the suspect from individuals at the residence. The individual who had stabbed the victim immediately left the area, in a vehicle, following the incident. An alert was put out to local law enforcement agencies for the suspect and vehicle. The vehicle was located a short time later by the Grand Chute Police Department. With the assistance of the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department and Grand Chute Police Department, the Appleton Police Department took the suspect into custody at a nearby hotel.

The Appleton Police Department has confined Appleton resident, Calvin T. Wilson (M/B, 05/29/87) on a Probation Violation. The Appleton Police Department will be requesting the Outagamie County District Attorney’s Office to review the report for multiple criminal charges.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Sex Offender Release Notification - Roman Zareczny (posted Mar. 24, 2015)
The following is a media release authorized by the Outagamie County Sex Offender Community Notification Core Team. The Core Team is made up of representatives from local law enforcement, Department of Corrections, and the Outagamie County DA’s office. The Core Team evaluates and makes decisions on the level of notification to the community for the pending release of sex offenders under Wisconsin Statutes 301.45 and 301.46.

On June 1, 1997, Wisconsin State Statute 301.45 (Act 440), the Sex Offender Registration and Community Notification law became effective.

Because sex offenders may pose a continuing risk of engaging in sex offenses while in the community, protection of the public is of paramount importance. Community notification (the release of relevant offender information) furthers the interest of public safety and can enhance strategies for crime detection and prevention.

Sex offenders have always lived in our community. However, until the passage of Megan’s Law in 1997, law enforcement often didn’t know where offenders were living and were not able to share that information with the general public if such information was made available to them. Community notification is not intended to increase fear. Rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public.

A sex offender who has been convicted of a sex offense requiring registration with law enforcement in Appleton will soon be released to this community and will be residing temporarily at a residence in the 500 block of N. Superior St. He is not wanted by the police at this time.

SEX OFFENDER INFORMATION BULLETIN

The City of Appleton Police Department is releasing the following information pursuant to Wisconsin State Statute 301.46 which authorizes law enforcement agencies to inform the public of a sex offenders release, when, in the discretion of the agency, the release of information will enhance public safety, awareness and protection. The individual who appears on this notification has been convicted of a sexual offense. Further, his criminal history places him in a classification level which reflects higher risk to the community.

This sex offender is not wanted by the police at this time. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public.

Citizen abuse of this information to threaten, intimidate or harass registered sex offenders will not be tolerated.

Roman A Zareczny (08/29/56)

Roman A. Zareczny (M/W, 08/29/56) was found guilty in 2012, of a crime he committed in Outagamie County in the fall of 1989. Zareczny was convicted of 3rd Degree Sexual Assault. This crime involved the offender using a ploy in order to sexually assault an 11-year-old female, stranger victim. Zareczny has also been linked by DNA, and his own statements, to another sexual assault earlier in 1989. This offense involved the offender using a knife to force a 12-year-old female, stranger victim to a secluded area where the sexual assault was committed. Due to statute of limitations, Zareczny was never charged or convicted of this crime.

Zareczny will be staying, on a temporary basis, at a residence in the 500 block of N. Superior Street. He is under the supervision with the Department of Corrections. He will be equipped with an electronic monitoring device. His interaction with the community will be restricted by the standard rules placed on sex offenders and specific rules regarding the times of day he can leave the residence and purpose of those trips.

Additional questions regarding Roman Zareczny can be directed to Agent Ryan Hartfield - State of Wisconsin Department of Corrections at (920) 997-3973, Tom Smith - Sex Offender Registration Program at (920) 720-3015 or Investigator Matthew Kuether, Appleton Police Department at (920) 832-5500.

As of March 23, 2015, there are approximately 23,641 registered sex offenders in the State of Wisconsin. 516 are located in Outagamie County. For more information, please call Investigator Matt Kuether at the Appleton Police Department (920) 832-5933 or visit Wisconsin Sex Offender Registry’s website at http://offender.doc.state.wi.us/public/

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
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