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Police arrest Monroe man for obscene questions
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BRODHEAD - A Monroe man was arrested by Brodhead police and booked in the Green County jail on three counts of disorderly conduct after he asked three different young women questions of a sexual nature and asked them to expose themselves to him.

Michael L. Schuetz, 51, was arrested by Brodhead police after the women, ages 15 to 24, complained to the department that a man had approached them. The incidents occurred between Thursday and Monday. One of the victims remembered the suspect's vehicle license plate, which led police to Schuetz. Upon questioning, Schuetz admitted he approached the woman, and said he didn't know why he asked them the questions or made the requests he did.

His bond was set at $450, according to a news release from Brodhead Police Chief Chris Hughes.