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Posted inBreaking, Local news, Police and fire

6-year-old girl dead following drowning at Bear Paw Beach

CALEDONIA, WI — A six-year-old girl has died following a drowning Saturday evening at Bear Paw Beach, 100067 7 Mile Road. Deputy Chief of Police Shawn Engleman said law enforcement and fire and rescue personnel responded to a possible drowning call at 5:47 p.m. When they arrived, officials found that the girl had been underwater […]

Posted inLocal news, Police and fire

Caledonia Police Department Weekly Police Reports July 13-19

Recently, Caledonia Police Department shared its weekly police reports. Between the dates of July 13 and 19, there were 356 calls for service in the Village of Caledonia. According to the department, the calls included eight accidents, one OWI-drugs and 118 traffic stops. Caledonia Police Department weekly roundup The following four incidents were examples of […]

Posted inLocal news, Police and fire

Caledonia Police Department Weekly Police Reports July 6-12

Recently, Caledonia Police Department Deputy Chief of Police Shawn Engleman shared the Village of Caledonia’s weekly police reports. Between the dates of July 6 and July 12, there were 353 calls for service in the Village of Caledonia Police Department. According to the Deputy Chief of Police, 97 of the calls were traffic stops, 5 […]

Posted inEvents, Local news, Police and fire, Things To Do

Cones with Cops is July 25, CPD aims to bring the community together one scoop at a time

The Village of Caledonia Police Department is partnering with Culver’s to offer a one-of-a-kind event called Cones with Cops. The event will take place on July 25 from 6 p.m until 8 p.m at the Culver’s located at 4542 Douglas Ave. in Caledonia. The purpose of Cones with Cops Shawn Engleman, the Deputy Chief of […]

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