Waupaca County sheriff’s report May 20
• May 19 – Caller from the 5900 block of County Trunk DD, Waupaca, reported she was being threatened via text messages. She said he was going to kill her.
• May 19 – Caller from the 100 block of Cook Street, New London, reported that when he returned to his apartment after leaving for 20 minutes, he found the door and $500 missing.
• May 19 – Weyauwega caller reported she reponded to a text message on her iPhone that she thought was from Apple. She gave them her Social Security number and now wanted to speak with an officer.
• May 19 – Caller from the 600 block of East Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported a man in a dark hoodie and dark pants was at his front door, saying he had been assaulted.
• May 19 – Caller from the 1800 block of Smith Street, New London, reported the neighbors broke up. The man is now in a pickup truck with the music blaring and the woman was yelling at him.
• May 18 – Caller from the 1300 block of Royalton Street, Waupaca, reported someone stole items from their garage and drove away in a green van.
• May 18 – Caller from the N500 block of Schoohs Road, Waupaca, reported tires and rims were stolen from a shed. He had a suspect who admitted to taking the items via a text message.
• May 18 – Caller from the 700 block of LeRoy Butler Drive, Waupaca, reported her boyfriend stole her car, then returned it. She said she wants him out of her home. Dispatch said she needed to ask him to leave and if he refuses before an officer could come over. She then asked, “What if he kills me?”
• May 17 – Manawa school bus driver reported seeing a gray minivan with no plates and severe damage, traveling very slowly eastbound on State Highway 54 between Royalton and New London.
• May 17 – Caller from East Spring Street, New London, reported another tenant in his apartment building threatened him after receiving an eviction notice. He described the other tenant as unstable and said he believes he may shoot someone.
• May 17 – Caller from N2600 block of Pleasant Park Lane, Waupaca, reported ongoing vandalism. They said someone poured water in the gas tank of their pontoon boat and caused their swim raft to float away.
• May 17 – Weyauwega caller requested a welfare check on his 16-year-old daughter who lives with her mother and has not been to school for two weeks.
• May 17 – Caller from the E7200 block of Church Street, New London, reported a woman was drinking inside a car parked in the driveway. He said she had been evicted and had lost custody of her son.
• May 17 – Caller from the 200 block of Oman Street, Waupaca, reported her ex-boyfriend took her dog.
• May 17 – Caller from the 500 block of High Street, Waupaca, reported a friend took her debit card and bailed out a Waupaca County inmate.
• May 17 – Caller from the the 1200 block of Crystal Court, Waupaca, reported a man and woman in a nearby apartment are screaming and yelling at each other.
• May 16 – Caller from the N11000 block of Graetz Road, Clintonville, asked his roommate be removed from his house.
• May 16 – Caller reported two men working on a garbage truck near Waupaca were not wearing yellow safety vests.
• May 16 – Caller from the N4600 block of Church Street, New London, reported there were several burglaries at her neighbor’s home while he was in jail. Now a suspicious green vehicle is parked there.
• May 16 – Caller from the 500 block of South Division Street, Waupaca, reported they purchased a product online, made payment, but nothing came. When he tried contacting the seller, the website had been shut down. After some online research, they discovered other people had a similar experience.
• May 16 – Caller from the N5000 block of Depot Street, reported her 14-year-old granddaughter was yelling and swearing at her.
• May 15 – Caller reported two girls, probably ages 5-6, were lying in the middle of High Street, Waupaca. No parents were around.
• May 15 – Weyauwega caller reported her ex-husband had been entering her house without permission.
• May 15 – East Side Mobil Express, Royalton Street, Waupaca, reported a man was at the store, lost and requesting help finding the VA hospital in Tomah.
• May 14 – New London caller reported she wired $8,100 to a man she met on an online dating website. He said he needed the money because he had to go to the Middle East for business.
• May 14 – Caller from the 200 block of East Union Street, Waupaca, reported a man in jeans and orange socks was lying on the sidewalk.
• May 14 – Kwik Trip, County Trunk QQ, Waupaca, reported a man and a woman were physically fighting insider their car.
A one-vehicle crash in the town of Helvetia at 4 a.m. Saturday, May 11, resulted in an OWI citation.
Jeremiah Marks, 23, Manawa, was eastbound on State Highway 161, east of Netzler Road, when his vehicle crossed the center line, entered the ditch, struck a culvert, went airborne and landed on its passenger side.
Marks was cited for OWI, failure to keep his vehicle under control and operating left of the center line.
He was transported to ThedaCare in Waupaca for suspected minor injuries and a blood draw.