Police in Freedom, Wisconsin issue warning after call

Posted at 9:05 AM, Jul 02, 2017

FREEDOM, Wis. – Police in Freedom, Wisconsin are issuing a warning on their Facebook page after a call this week.

According to police, a person living in the Town of Freedom heard someone knocking on their front door. The homeowner went to the door and saw an adult woman who was alone and crying, asking to come inside the house.

The person inside the home offered to call police for the woman on several occasions, but according to police, the woman kept refusing help and stated “NO” don’t call police. Police say when the woman realized the resident of the home was not going to let her into the house, she left the area.

Police say it is still unknown why the woman was upset and knocking on the door.

Freedom Police say they would like to use this incident as a reminder; you should never let someone inside of your house that you do not know. They add, if you have this happen to you, please call police.

If you have any questions, please contact the Freedom Police Department at (920) 788-0902.

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