Waupaca County sheriff’s report Aug. 13
• Aug. 12 – Caller from the E1300 block of Gurholt Road, Scandinavia, reported finding someone’s garbage dumped at the end of his driveway. He was able to identify a suspect from the contents of the garbage bag.
• Aug. 12 – Caller from the 200 block of West Minerva Street, New London, said he was involved in a domestic with his girlfriend the previous night. Although there is a 72-hour no-contact order, she was in her parents’ backyard, which is near his home, making faces at him, he said.
• Aug. 12 – Caller from the E10800 block of Eulrich Road, Clintonville, reported shots were fired from his neighbor’s home and almost hit his wife.
• Aug. 12 – Waupaca Mobil Travel Center, West Fulton, Waupaca, reported a woman whose car had been towed broke into the impound lot.
• Aug. 12 – Caller from the E7200 block of Church Street, New London, reported his ex-girlfriend took his 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee without his permission. He said she does not have a driver’s license.
• Aug. 12 – Caller from the 200 block of South Grove Street, Iola, reported a neighbor drove away after nearly hitting his car. He said she had no rear lights, expired plates and a history of drunken driving.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from the E3600 block of Tanner Road, Ogdensburg, said his friend hit him in the face and threatened to kill him if he ever spoke to his friend’s girlfriend again.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from the 200 block of East Union Street, Waupaca, reported a man was wandering around behind his building, yelling. He said he then heard six loud bangs that sounded like gunshots.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from the E2200 block of Glenvale Court, Waupaca, reported a man was punching her car and her husband had a gun and was yelling at him.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from 300 block of South Mill Street, Weyauwega, reported a man was sleeping in front of the library door and he wanted him removed.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from the 100 block of South Warren Street, New London, reported her children’s father took her grandmother’s car.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from the 900 block of South Pearl Street, New London, reported a statue stolen from the front lawn.
• Aug. 11 – Caller from the 500 block of Center Street, Waupaca, reported he had a bunch of people in his house who refused to leave.
• Aug. 11 – Dispatch reported a 911 call came in from Still Phil’s on State Highway 22 in Manawa and a lot of screaming and someone yelling, “Get the cops,” could be heard over the phone before it was disconnected.
• Aug. 10 – Caller from 600 block of School Street, Waupaca, reported her husband’s wallet was missing. He last saw it after buying gas and placing the wallet in the driver’s door pocket.
• Aug. 10 – Caller from the N7000 block of County Trunk O, Manawa, reported a white PT Cruiser flew past her after she pulled out of her driveway. She knew the vehicle was speeding because she traveled up to 69 mph trying to catch up to it.
• Aug. 10 – Caller from the N100 block of County Trunk W, Fremont, reported someone came out to her farm, smashed and threw furniture against the wall, blocked doors so she could not enter some of her buildings. A neighbor saw a black pickup truck in the driveway and people loading her stuff and taking it.
• Aug. 10 – Caller from the N7900 block of Nollenberg Road, Manawa, reported his 8-year-old son gave out a password on his Xbox. Then a 15-year-old boy in Houston, Texas, began using that password to make purchases. Caller canceled his accounts, but then the teen accessed his PayPal account.
• Aug. 10 – Weyauwega caller reported a woman had tried cutting her arms, then threatened to hang herself.
• Aug. 10 – Waupaca caller reported his 16-year-old friend was suicidal. He said his friend sent a message that nothing is worth living for and told another friend he would overdose on pills.
• Aug. 10 – Caller from the 100 block of South Main Street, Waupaca, reported someone broke a window and threw clothes and other items out into the alley.
• Aug. 10 – Hartman Creek State Park, Waupaca, called to request an officer to evict a camper.
• Aug. 10 – Caller from 300 block of East Ann Street, Weyauwega, reported his neighbor’s dog keeps coming onto his property. The caller threatened to shoot his neighbor’s dog if it attacked his own dog, but the communications officer advised against shooting the dog.
• Aug. 9 – Caller from the E9400 block of County Trunk DD, Clintonville, reported a 12-year-old boy locked the babysitter and other children out of the house.
• Aug. 9 – Caller from the N10900 block of Mud Lake Road, Tigerton, reported her pig escaped and she needs help returning it to the pen. Dispatch advised her that an officer could not help her retrieve her pig.
• Aug. 9 – Caller from the E7800 block of Cut Off Road, New London, reported a naked old man driving around on a 4-wheeler.
• Aug. 9 – Caller from the N8600 block of Swamp Road, Ogdensburg, reported a 14-year-old boy with special needs was locked in a vehicle.
• Aug. 7 – Caller from the E5600 block of County Trunk B. Manawa, reported his AR15 had been stolen from his bedroom while he was away from home.
• Aug. 7 – Caller from the 500 block of Fifth Street, Waupaca, reported he heard a noise while taking a nap. When he entered the kitchen, he found an uninvited woman inside his house.
• A 78-year-old Fremont man was seriously injured after his three-wheel motorcycle crashed into a pine tree shortly before 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 11.
According to the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office, Timothy A. Lager was in the parking lot of the Fremont Mobil Mart on West Main Street having mechanical problems with his motorcycle.
When he succeeded in starting the trike, it accelerated at a high rate of speed, crossed Waupaca Street and collided with a large pine tree.
He was transported by Fremont ambulance to ThedaCare Regional Medical Center in Neenah for treatment of his injuries.
• Dennis Schroeder, 58, Greenville, was injured after crashing his motorcycle shortly before 3:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10.
Schroeder was traveling eastbound on Doud Road when he failed to navigate a curve, locked his brakes and entered a ditch. He was injured when he flipped over his handlebars. An ambulance transported him for minor injuries.