Waupaca County sheriff’s report July 2
• Caller from County Trunk D, Almond, reported that he was driving his tractor and attempted to make a left turn when a pickup truck passed him on the left, hit his tractor and left the scene.
• Mukwa caller reported that he was at Otter Lake in Waupaca, may have left his wallet on his boat trailer, and it may have fallen off with $300 in it.
• New London caller reported that her 17-year-old granddaughter made suicidal comments and now she cannot get a hold of the granddaughter or her parents.
• Caller reported that a woman was walking in the road toward Waupaca on State Highway 54 east of the roundabout. The woman seemed intoxicated.
• Caller from the 1400 block of Division Street, New London, reported catching a boy trying to steal a package from his neighbor’s house. He yelled at the boy, who took off running.
• Caller from the 200 block of East Wolf River, New London, reported finding a boat floating near his house. He and his neighbor pulled it ashore.
• Caller from Hancock Street, New London, reported that his wife woke up screaming at 4 a.m. and was now “going crazy” with a kitchen knife in her hand.
• Caller from County Trunk X, Weyauwega, reported that her 11-year-old son was out of control. Dispatch reported hearing a lot of screaming in the background.
• Caller from Pryse Drive, Waupaca, reported that her 15-year-old son kicked, bit and hit her.
• Caller from the 100 block of West Alfred Street, Weyauwega, reported that a woman was outside beating up a man.
• Caller from the E6800 block of Pigeon River Shores, Marion, reported that he woke up around 2 a.m. to the sound of blaring music. When he went outside, he saw a man run out from behind his garage, get into a white Ford F150 parked in his driveway, and leave.
• Caller from the 800 block of Bartlett Street, Waupaca, reported that two small children, one in diapers and the other 2-3 years old, were walking around the neighborhood without any adult supervision.
• Kwik Trip, Mill Street, New London, reported that a man was slumped over in a white GMC and would not wake up.
• Caller from the 700 block of Sunset Drive, Waupaca, requested help putting on his socks.
• Little Caesar’s Pizza, Waupaca, reported that three boys peed all over the bathroom. An employee knows the names of the boys.
• Caller from the E1900 block of Smokey Valley Road, Scandinavia, reported that her 24-year-old son was being disorderly and belligerent. She said he confronted her husband, who was in a wheelchair.
• Wautoma caller said her estranged husband in New London is supposed to have custody of her children that day, but a friend told her he is doing meth. She did not want to give him her child due to his drug use.
• Crystal River Tubing, Parfreyville Road, Waupaca, reported that someone broke into her business and stole at least $200.
• Cellphone caller reported that an elderly man drove a white car off the road at State Highway 54 between the truck stop and the golf course in Waupaca. The car was in 2 feet of water and the driver was hunched over in the vehicle.
• ThedaCare Physicians in Waupaca requested a welfare check on a woman who did not answer the door when her nurse was there and has not answered any phone calls all morning.
• An 89-year-old caller reported receiving three calls that morning requesting money to get her grandson out of jail. They hung up when she asked for her grandson’s name.
• Fleet Farm, Waupaca, reported a shoplifter.
• Caller from State Highway 54, Waupaca, reported that her husband was drunk the previous night and hit something while driving home.
• Caller from the E5300 block of County Trunk B, Manawa, reported that someone had been in their house. The residents found a pair of shorts with keys in the pocket and an open door to the attic. The prior night a car went into the ditch directly across the road from their home.
• Piggly Wiggly, Waupaca, reported that people were dumpster diving behind the store.
• Caller from the N200 block of County Trunk A, Waupaca, reported that a black Mazda CX7 was stolen from his garage.
• Social worker from Wisconsin Veterans Home in King reported that a prior care giver had taken out an auto loan in the resident’s name.
• Caller from the N2800 block of Rainbow Drive, Waupaca, reported that his 22-foot flatboat was missing.
• Caller from Berlin Street, Waupaca, reported that a woman beat up her 13-year-old daughter.
• Caller from the 1300 block of Crystal Court, Waupaca, reported that a woman with black eyes and one shoe missing was lying on the ground near the front door of the apartment building.
• Waushara County faxed a report to Waupaca County law enforcement that a Clintonville man had accused a woman of forging his signature on his paycheck and cashing it.
• Waupaca Thrift Store, East Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported that a man switched tags and purchased a $50 chair for $10. The man was identified because he left his wallet at the store.
• Moen Farms, E1700 block of Wolf River Road, Iola, reported that a $750 chainsaw was stolen from the shop.
• A 12-year-old girl reported that she and her 8-year-old sister were riding their bikes on Ostrander Road west of New London. A bright blue truck kept pulling over to the side of the road and the driver shot photos of them as they rode past him.