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- Citizen Call, DNA Match Solves Two Cases (posted Aug. 26, 2015)
On August 19, 2012, the Appleton Police Department began an investigation into a burglary to an occupied residence in the 3000 block of N. Rankin Street. During the course of the burglary, the suspect had sexually assaulted an adult female, while holding a knife to her throat. In addition to an exhaustive investigation, officers canvased the neighborhood and also released a composite sketch of the assailant.

On August 12, 2015, at 9:49 PM, an Appleton Police Department officer was dispatched to a suspicious incident call at an apartment complex in the 2900 block of N. Rankin Street. The officer saw a ladder leaning against a second floor balcony and found a man on the balcony. The man, who didn’t reside at the complex, changed his story several times while trying to explain his reason for accessing the apartment balcony. He was taken into custody, interviewed and released.

Based on evidence gathered during the August 12, 2015, incident, investigators worked with the Wisconsin Crime Lab to have DNA evidence from the August 2012 investigation analyzed. The analysis linked the suspect to both incidents.

On August 25, 2015, the suspect was interviewed by Appleton Police Department investigators. He confessed to the 2012 assault during the interview.

Adam R. Demerath (M/W, 07/17/81) has been confined at the Outagamie County Jail on a charge of 1st Degree Sexual Assault and two Burglary charges.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Appleton Police Request Public Assistance for Disappearance (posted Aug. 19, 2015)
The Appleton Police Department is seeking public assistance in locating a missing 22 year-old Appleton man. John Lee disappeared suddenly on June 21, 2015.

On June 20, 2015, the Appleton Police Department responded to a criminal trespass complaint in the 1200 block of E. Taft Avenue. John Lee was interviewed about the trespassing complaint at his home. Later in the evening, he went missing. His family reported his disappearance to the Appleton Police Department on the following day.

The Appleton Police Department would like to ensure John’s welfare by making contact with him. John’s vehicle and phone were left at a friend’s house. Numerous interviews and various record checks have not resulted in the identification of John Lee’s current location or condition. His family, who has privately sought information on John’s whereabouts, has also requested a public announcement of John’s disappearance. John is described as approximately 5’7” tall, weighing approximately 280 pounds, with brown eyes and black hair.

If you have information about John Lee, you are asked to call Sgt. Chue Thao at the Appleton Police Department (920) 832-5953. If you would like to remain anonymous, please 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.

For photos of Mr. Lee, please check out the Appleton Police Department's Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Appleton-Police-Department/440949305981813?ref=settings
- Appleton Police Seek Information for Dog Attacks (posted Aug. 13, 2015)
The Community Service Unit of the Appleton Police Department is investigating two (2) separate dog attacks. Each of the attacks occurred on August 10, 2015.

On August 10, 2015, at approximately 10:00 AM, a 12 year-old Appleton female was riding bikes with a friend near S. Walden Avenue and E. Fremont Street. She reported passing a man who was walking two dogs. One of the dogs, described as a black Labradoodle, lunged at the victim. She received scratches and a bruise as a result of the dog attacking her. The male party who was walking the dogs is described as a white male, approximately 50 years of age with gray hair and a mustache; he regained control of the dogs and left the area. The other dog under his control was described as a white and brown Jack Russell Terrier.

On August 10, 2015, at approximately 10:00 PM, a dog-on-dog attack was reported near the intersection of S. Locust Street and W. Lawrence Street. The reporting party said a male black, approximately 6 feet tall, with dreadlocks pulled into a ponytail, was walking a pitbull. The male is alleged to have taken the dog off the leash before ordering it to attack a dog being watched by the reporting party. The dog being attacked had minor lacerations as a result of the attack. The suspect and dog reportedly ran southbound on S. Locust Street following the incident.

The Appleton Police Department would like to identify the dogs and owners/handlers from these attacks.

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.
- Surveillance Results in Heroin Arrest (posted Aug. 6, 2015)
On August 5, 2015, officers from the Appleton Police Department/Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department Community Resource Unit (CRU) and Lake Winnebago Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group (LWAM) were conducting surveillance on a residence in the 200 block of E. Harris Street. The surveillance was initiated as a result of citizen reports of criminal activity occurring at a rental property in the aforementioned block.

Officers saw a subject they knew from previous incidents. They were aware of active warrants on the subject. When officers began to approach the residence, the subject fled through neighboring yards. Officers apprehended him after a brief foot chase. While being taken into custody, the subject attempted to discard a baggie of heroin. This occurred at approximately 4:30 PM.

Appleton resident Tavarious T. Everson (M/B, 06/01/92) has been confined at the Outagamie County Jail. Charges of Possession with Intent to Deliver Heroin (within 1,000 feet of a school) and Resisting Arrest are requested on Everson. Everson had several other charges pending and charges of 4 counts of Bail Jumping are also being sought.

If you have information about heroin sales, or any dangerous drugs, please consider calling the Appleton Police Department’s non-emergency number (920) 832-5500. If you would like to remain anonymous, please consider Text-A-Tip. Text CRIMES (274-637) with the keyword APDTIPS at the start of your message.

For additional information, please contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Rock Throwing Ends With Felony Arrest (posted July 30, 2015)
On July 30, 2015, at 1:18 AM, the Appleton Police Department responded to a report of property being damaged at a business in the 300 block of W. Washington Street. The individual reporting the incident told dispatchers an unknown male was throwing rocks through the windows of the building.

Responding officers quickly located a 24 year-old man, matching the description provided by the reporting party, in the immediate area of the business. When contacted by officers, he admitted to causing the damage. He was taken into custody without incident.

After the individual was in custody, officers assessed damage to the business. Officers found 10 windows broken on the south side of the business. The suspect had taken landscaping rocks from a nearby business to throw through the windows. He told officers he simply felt like damaging the windows. Total damage was estimated to be in excess of $10,000. No one inside the business was injured during the incident.

The Appleton Police Department confined Mozell Barnes III (M/B, 07/28/91) at the Outagamie County Jail on charges of Felony Damage to Property and a Probation Violation.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Medical Call Results in Two Arrests (posted July 27, 2015)
On July 27, 2015, at 1:25AM, the Appleton Police Department responded with Appleton Fire Department personnel and paramedics to a medical call near the intersection of W. College Avenue and S. Superior Street. A City of Appleton Department of Public Works employee had been notified of an unconscious person at the location, by two individuals walking through the area.

Officers located a 52 year-old Appleton man at the scene. He had a head injury, but was conscious. As officers were talking to the victim and with the reporting parties, a Police Communications Technician (PCT) was reviewing traffic camera video for the area. The PCT found video showing the reporting parties in a confrontation with the victim, prior to the medical call. The confrontation led to the victim being repeatedly kicked and punched by the individuals, who later reported the victim as being in need of help. After receiving medical attention at the scene, the victim refused further treatment.

Investigation showed the two individuals had approached the victim and asked for cigarettes. When the victim refused to give them cigarettes, the 20 year-old and 15 year-old male kicked and punched the man until he lost consciousness. He was robbed of his cigarettes. The suspects ran away from the scene, returning a short time later. During an interview, one of the suspects told officers they thought they may have killed the victim. The victim’s cigarettes were found in the pocket of one of the suspects.

Malik A. Tews (M/B, 07/03/95), an Appleton resident, has been confined at the Outagamie County Jail on charges of Robbery, Battery, Disorderly Conduct and Resisting Arrest. The 15 year-old juvenile, a resident of Menasha, will be referred on Battery and Disorderly Conduct charges. He was a runaway at the time of the incident, having cut off an electronic monitoring bracelet. He was temporarily confined at the Brown County Juvenile Facility.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Appleton Police Seek Additional Information for Fatal Motorcycle Crash (posted July 22, 2015)
On July 18, 2015, at 10:54 PM, officers from the Appleton Police Department responded to a crash at the intersection of North Richmond Street (Hwy 47) and West Association Drive. Officers located two individuals lying in the southbound lanes of N. Richmond Street. Both appeared to have been ejected from a motorcycle; the motorcycle was found in a yard to the south of the injured people’s location. The crash killed 57 year-old Appleton resident, Stephen Schreiter and badly injured his 47 year-old passenger, also from Appleton.

The Appleton Police Department is continuing to investigate the cause of the crash. Sgt. Leitzinger would still like to speak to the occupants of a white, extended cab truck seen on traffic cameras around the time of the incident. Additionally, he would like to speak to the owner of a dog, who was walking the animal in the area when the crash occurred.

A photo of the truck is attached to the email and social media posts related to this release.

Sgt. Brian Leitzinger can be contacted at his office number (920) 832-5541.

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

For additional information, please contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Weapon Complaint Ends With Arrests (posted July 21, 2015)
On July 20, 2015, at 6:50 PM, Appleton Police Department officers responded to a gun call in the 1500 block of N. Oneida Street. A 30 year-old Appleton man reported being threatened with a shotgun. The man, who was unhurt, identified a co-worker as the suspect. The victim told officers the incident had occurred over a $35 debt he owed the co-worker. The individuals involved in the disturbance had left the area in a van.

Officers located the suspect vehicle a short time later in the 1100 block of E. Wisconsin Avenue. Three adult males, who matched the description provided by the victim, were located walking away from the residence where the vehicle was parked. They were taken into custody without incident.

Officers were told the men had been drinking at the E. Wisconsin Avenue residence and had decided to collect a $35 drug debt from the victim. When the confrontation escalated, the men had left the residence. One of the men, Shane Wagner, had pointed a shotgun at the victim as they drove away from the N. Oneida Street residence. The shotgun used during the incident was recovered from a vehicle parked at the E. Wisconsin Avenue residence.

The Appleton Police Department confined Seymour resident, Shane M. Wagner (M/W, 03/17/89) on a charges of 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and Disorderly Conduct at the Outagamie County Jail. Appleton resident, Chad E. Colling (M/W, 10/22/96) was also confined. Charges of Party to 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and Party to Disorderly Conduct are being requested on Colling. A third adult, a 26 year-old Appleton man, was not taken into custody. He will be referred to the Outagamie County District Attorney’s Office on charges of Party to 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety and Disorderly Conduct for his role in the incident.

For additional information please contact Sgt. Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Appleton Police Investigating Fatal Motorcycle Crash (posted July 19, 2015)
On July 18, 2015, at 10:54 PM, officers from the Appleton Police Department responded to a crash at the intersection of North Richmond Street (Hwy 47) and West Association Drive. Officers located two individuals lying in the southbound lanes of N. Richmond Street. Both appeared to have been ejected from a motorcycle; the motorcycle was found in a yard to the south of the injured people’s location.

The individuals were transported by paramedics to a local hospital for medical care. The operator of the motorcycle, a 57 year-old male from Appleton, was pronounced dead at the hospital. The passenger, a 47 year-old female from Appleton, remains hospitalized for treatment of injuries sustained in the crash. No names are being released pending notification of family members.

Members of the Appleton Police Department’s CRASH Investigation Team responded to investigate the crash. Traffic was diverted from the area to allow team members to complete photographs and measurements for the investigation. Traffic will reopen upon completion of those tasks.

The investigation into this crash is continued. The Appleton Police Department is asking anyone with information about the crash to contact Sgt. Brian Leitzinger at his office number (920) 832-5541.

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

For additional information, please contact Sgt. Dave Lund at (920) 832-5509.
- Source of Lethal Heroin Arrested (posted July 14, 2015)
On July 13, 2015, at approximately 10:55 PM, officers from the Appleton Police Department, the Appleton Police Department/Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department Community Resource Unit (CRU), the Lake Winnebago Area Metropolitan Enforcement Group (LWAM) and Menasha Police Department executed a search warrant at a residence in the 1500 block of N. Oneida Street. The search warrant was related to the recent surge in heroin related overdoses.

As a result of the search warrant, Appleton resident DeWayne J. Farris (M/B, 05/06/1993) has been confined at the Outagamie County Jail. Charges of Manufacture/Delivery of Heroin and Possession of THC are being requested on Farris. He will appear in court on Wednesday, July 15, 2015.

Farris’ arrest does not signal the end of the investigation, nor does it indicate the threat of overdose from this lethal batch of heroin is over. It is unknown how much of the potentially deadly heroin has been distributed in the area. While there are no known deaths from the recent surge of overdoses, the possibility of death is real.

Heroin, be it this batch or other batches, is a very dangerous drug. If you know someone who is using the drug, encourage them to seek help. They can call their local CRISIS provider or hospital to obtain assistance.

If you have information about heroin sales, or any dangerous drugs, please consider calling the Appleton Police Department’s non-emergency number (920) 832-5500. If you would like to remain anonymous, please consider Text-A-Tip. Text CRIMES (274-637) with the keyword APDTIPS at the start of your message.

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