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Lost out-of-towners ask police for directions, end up in jail

KAUKAUNA -- After being flagged down Saturday by two men unfamiliar with the city, police discovered a cache of what they say are stolen goods and weapons. Early Saturday morning Aug.12, 2017, two 20-year-old males waved down a Kaukauna police officer for directions, saying they were lost, according to a post

Kaukauna woman arrested following Little Chute bank robbery

Fox Valley Metro Police photo

KAUKAUNA -- A Kaukauna woman was arrested Monday afternoon following a bank robbery in Little Chute. Lori Rogers, 55, of Kaukauna was jailed at the Outagamie County Jail and faces one count of armed robbery of a financial institution, according to a police press release. Fox Valley Metro Police responded at 12:37

Sheriff seeks suspect linked to smash-and-grab thefts from cars

Suspect sought by the Brown County Sheriff's Office, May 2017.

KAUKAUNA -- The Brown County Sheriff's office is seeking information on a person wanted in connection with theft and fraudulent use of a credit card that may be linked to a smash-and-grab theft from a vehicle parked near I-41 near Green Bay. About the same time as that incident in April,

Police respond to smash-and-grab thefts from cars near I-41

I-41 near Kaukauna

KAUKAUNA -- Police are warning residents who park their vehicles near the I-41 exits in Kaukauna and Little Chute to beware of a rash of smash-and-grab thefts. Over the past few weeks the Fox Valley Metro Police and other neighboring agencies have been responding to businesses and public parking lots near

Here’s what you can do if you come across a pet in a hot car

Pet dog file photo/KCN

KAUKAUNA -- With the weather warming up comes the inevitable instances of pets being trapped in hot cars. If you see one, what should you do? There is some confusion and misunderstanding on the new good samaritan law, according to the Appleton Police Department. And posts making the rounds on social media aren't

After 11 years, student meets officer who saved his life

Photo credit, left, Mike DeSisti, Appleton Post Crescent, 2006; Right Kaukauna Police Department, April 20, 2017

KAUKAUNA -- More than a decade after a Kaukauna police officer saved the life of an infant, the boy has written an essay to thank the officer. Officer Charles Vosters and Ezekiel Tomlin met again recenlty for the first time since the incident, according to a post on the Kaukauna Police

Student struck by car while biking to school

Park Community Charter School, Kaukauna

  KAUKAUNA – A student biking to Park Community Charter School was struck by a car this morning,  according to a note sent to parents by District Superintendent Mark P. Duerwaechter. The incident happened about 7:15 a.m., April 10, 2017 when the student was attempting to cross a side street with her

Police, first responders train for active shooter scenarios

2017 active shooter conference. Fox Crossing Police Dept. photo.

FOND DU LAC -- As tragic as the 2012 mass shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek Temple was, lessons learned that day continue to help law enforcement and first responders as they train and prepare for the worst. Members of the Kaukauna police and fire departments, along with