Caledonia Police urge caution after call for suspicious man


CPDFrom Caledonia Police Department-
On Tuesday, 3/22/16 at approximately 4:45 PM in the 4400 block of West Johnson Ave. 2 female juveniles, ages 7 and and 11, were standing at the end of a driveway. A red Ford Ranger, extended cab with stickers in the back window stopped in the street and the driver, a dark haired white male (approximate age -40’s) asked the girls if they were selling Girl Scout Cookies. They stated they were not and the subject left the scene. This incident was witnesses by the father of the two girls who reported the incident to us. We have no other information of the vehicle or the driver.

As the intentions of the male are not know, and may in fact be nothing more than what it seems on face value, his actions were suspicious enough for the father to contact his police department. Since we were not able to speak with the driver, we do not know if his intentions were as innocent as they appear to be or a ruse for something different.

We are letting the public know what happened so this can be a teaching incident for the families of our community. Please remind your children how to handle contact with strangers when they are approached. If you have had an incident like this, do not be afraid to call the Racine County Communications Center at 886-2300.