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|Appleton, Wisconsin Offense Statistics|
|Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter||0|
|Rape (revised and legacy definition)||43|
|Motor Vehicle Theft||39|
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Publication: Crime in the United States 2015
320 S Walnut St, Appleton, WI 54911, United States
On 11-19-2017 at 1:04 PM, the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department along with the WI Department of Natural Resources, investigated a trespass complaint at W7697 Carpenter Rd. in Shiocton. During the course of the investigation, information was received that a male hunting near the property, had shot a 10 point buck and was a convicted felon. WI law prohibits someone from possessing a firearm if they have been convicted of a felony.
Travis J. Schroeder, 35, from Black Creek shot the 10 point buck in the morning hours of 11-18-2017. Schroeder indicated he shot the buck with a Ruger .270 rifle. Schroeder was convicted of burglary in Outagamie County on 12-04-2008. The WI DNR took custody of the deer and the rifle.
Schroeder was transported to the Outagamie County Jail and booked in on a felon in possession of a firearm charge.
SSGT Ryan Carpenter
So what do you do if your cat, dog, ferret, parrot, rat, or tortoise (yes, FVHA has had every type of stray you can imagine) gets out? Your first call should be to your local law enforcement agency, then your local shelter. If neither of these places have found your friend yet, you can file a lost pet report so that they can be on the lookout and reach you if he is found. At FVHA this can be done online or over the phone, and be sure to include a photo. To increase your chances of finding your pet if it ever does happen, please be sure to keep your pet’s ID tags and microchip information current. FVHA offers new monthly microchip clinics and sells ID tags right at the shelter.
With the help of the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Department and caring community members, 83% of stray dogs at FVHA were reunited with their owners last year. With the Sheriff/Shelter Task Force at work spreading the word, we hope to reunite even more in the future!
Pictured with Deputy Korie and Olivia is LL Drool J, a 3 year old Siberian Husky mix. He came to the shelter as a stray himself and was not reclaimed by his owner, so is now available for adoption
10% of your bill goes towards the Outagamie County Sheriff's Department K9 Fund.
Pictured with Janet and Deputy Korie is Sammy Jo, available for adoption! This three year old Pit Bull/Beagle mix is the mother of two puppies also available at FVHA. She is a very mellow and sweet lady who absolutely loves to be at your side. She came up to Wisconsin with her pups on the Bark Bus from Arkansas and would love to meet you. She thoroughly enjoyed her visit to the Civil Process Unit…her tail never stopped wagging!
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