Waupaca County sheriff’s report July 3
• July 2 – Caller from E1100 block of Moen Road, Iola, requested to speak with a deputy because her brother’s ex-wife was taking things from her brother’s home. He died three months ago.
• July 2 – Caller from 200 block of Riverview Drive, Manawa, reported that a man was on a balcony shooting flames up the eaves of the apartment building.
• July 2 – Citgo station, U.S. Highway 45, Bear Creek, reported that a man had pulled into the parking lot 30 minutes earlier and began yelling, swearing and asking customers for money.
• July 2 – Caller from the 400 block of North East Street, Weyauwega, reported that a 14-year-old boy in another apartment was playing video games and screaming.
• July 1 – Caller from the E5100 block of North Rail Road, Manawa, reported that she and her husband had an argument while they were kayaking. When they returned home, he took her keys and would not return them. She wanted her husband to leave for the night, but he refuses. Caller said she had been drinking.
• July 1 – Caller from the E1400 block of Main Street, Rural, reported that an elderly woman came to his house. She seemed confused and he was not sure where she lived.
• July 1 – Caller from 600 block of West Waupaca Street, New London, requested an officer as soon as possible. She said there were at least six people outside her home and they were taking things.
• July 1 – Caller from the 400 block of Harlon Street, Weyauwega, reported that his brother had been taking his father’s medication.
• July 1 – Caller from the 400 block of South Division Street, Waupaca, reported that someone took money from her checking account. She did not know who it was.
• July 1 – ThedaCare Medical Center-Waupaca reported that a dog bit a 20-month-old girl in the face.
• June 30 – Chain o’ Lakes caller reported there were at least six guys on a large pontoon boat on Columbia Lake playing loud music with inappropriate lyrics. They seemed intoxicated.
• June 30 – Caller from E3900 block of Allen Road, Ogdensburg, reported that a man struck her and his girlfriend in the face.
• June 30 – Caller from the E800 block of State Highway 54, Waupaca, said he is the guardian of a 29-year-old man who is a danger to everyone in the house and becoming more aggressive.
• June 30 – ThedaCare Medical Center-New London reported that a patient called, said she was having suicidal thoughts and wanted to schedule an appointment. When the scheduler told her that a nurse could talk to her, the woman hung up and has not responded to several call-backs.
• June 30 – Caller from the 1100 block of West Beckert Road, New London, reported that her ex-boyfriend has a key to her house and will not return it. She said he keeps driving past her house and has asked other people when she is not home so he can get into the house.
• June 30 – Iola woman reported that teens have been driving around in a Honda Civic. She said they toilet papered her yard, lit off fire crackers and banged on her house.
• June 29 – Bear Creek caller reported that someone was in the process of breaking into the Lions Club. He said a black Suburban truck pulled into the driveway with its headlights off and he heard glass breaking.
• June 29 – Caller from the E100 block of Cobbtown Road, Waupaca, reported that a neighbor’s dumpster had been tipped over in the middle of the road and trash was strewn everywhere.
• June 29 – Lucky Tree, Main Street, Waupaca, reported a shoplifter.
• June 29 – Anonymous caller reported a man walking in the middle of Harrison Street, Waupaca, talking to himself. Caller suspected he was high.
• June 29 – Caller reported a man was standing in the middle of the Waupaca River near County Trunk Q in Farmington yelling at people to shut up or he was going to kill them. He started throwing rocks.
• June 29 – Caller in the 600 block of Oak Street, Waupaca, reported that her 30-year-old brother was acting weird and paranoid. She said he thinks people are recording him and his girlfriend and children are dead.
• June 29 – Caller reported that a kayak was stolen from her trailer while she was eating at Culver’s in Waupaca.
• June 28 – Caller from the E5300 block of Begrow Road, Marion, reported that he has ongoing issues with his Amish neighbors about a fence. He said that when they cut some hay, they took out his fence posts.
• June 28 – A Bear Creek caller reported that someone has been stealing flowers from graves at the Zion Lutheran Church cemetery.
• June 28 – A 48-year-old Iola woman called 911 at 2 p.m. and said she wanted an ambulance because she was drunk.
• June 28 – Caller from E2400 block of Spencer Lake Road, Waupaca, reported that $1,685 had been stolen from her credit card while making online purchases.
• June 28 – Caller from the 200 block of Progress Road, Manawa, reported that his ex-girlfriend took a bunch of his video games and pawned them.
• June 28 – Caller from the 700 block of East Alfred Street, Weyauwega, reported that someone tried to open the door to her house two nights ago. Her husband went outside to check, but did not see anything. She said her neighbor just called her and said someone had also tried to open her door.
• June 27 – New London caller said her son is threatening suicide.
• June 27 – Caller from the 500 block of North Franklin Street, Waupaca, reported that his wallet and Bluetooth speaker were stolen from his unlocked car overnight.
• June 26 – Caller from the 800 block of Smith Street, Waupaca, reported that he found a camera hidden in the bathroom and suspects his 20-year-old brother. He said he fund some disturbing images on the camera.
• June 26 – Caller from the 800 block of Churchill Street, Waupaca, reported that her 17-month-old son was staying with his father when he fell out of his crib and injured his arm.
• June 26 – Caller from the 1100 block of Wolf River Drive, Fremont, reported that her 20-year-old daughter brought her boyfriend home and now he refuses to leave.
• A Clintonville woman was injured after a crash around 10 p.m. Monday, June 25, in the town of Union.
Maria Fonseca, 59, was northbound on State Highway 22 when she ran her vehicle in a ditch. She was transported to ThedaCare in New London for treatment of her injuries and a court-ordered blood test.
Fonseca was cited for refusing to take a test for intoxication after arrest, failure to keep a vehicle under control, failure to report an accident and nonregistration of a vehicle.
• A 70-year-old woman was injured in a crash at 2:48 p.m. Tuesday, June 26, in the town of Royalton.
Mary Kay Ricker, New London, was northbound on County Trunk B when she failed to negotiate a curve, entered the ditch, struck a culvert, traveled 65 feet in the air before striking a fence and utility pole.
She was taken by ambulance to ThedaCare in New London for treatment of her injuries.