Waupaca County sheriff’s report Feb. 24
• Feb. 22 – More than a dozen callers reported mailbox vandalism on Jensen Road, Pryse Drive, East Road, Parfreyville Road, Dayton Road, McAllister Road, Spencer Lake Road, Sue Lane and Song Bird Place in rural Waupaca.
• Feb. 22 – An employee of Phil’s Still, State Highway 54, New London, reported her white 2016 Ford Escape was stolen between 1 a.m. and 2:30 a.m.
• Feb. 22 – Staff at EconoLodge, West Fulton Avenue, Waupaca, reported people in the pool area were being loud and bothering other guests.
• Feb. 21 – Caller requested a welfare check on a 40-year-old Embarrass man who made suicidal comments to his girlfriend.
• Feb. 21 – Weyauwega caller reported she received a call from someone claiming to be an appraiser and asking if she would be home the following day. Her house was not listed, and she did not recognize the name.
• Feb. 21 – Waupaca caller said his ex-wife’s boyfriend threatened to shoot him.
• Feb. 21 – Bear Creek caller reported someone stole blank checks from her home and tried to cash them. The bank refused to accept the checks, and she stopped payment on the rest.
• Feb. 21 – Sunset BP, U.S. Highway 10 Weyauwega, reported a customer left a bank card at the store after the bank failed to authorize payment for gas and merchandize.
• Feb. 21 – Anonymous caller reported an Embarrass man was bartending in Clintonville while out on bond with conditions that he not consume or possess alcohol.
• Feb. 20 – Caller from the E1500 block of Raymond Drive, Waupaca, reported a racoon had been by his porch for a day, hissing at his family as they entered or exited their house.
• Feb. 20 – Caller from the N1700 block of William Drive, Waupaca, reported a chimney fire.
• Feb. 19 – Ogdensburg caller reported someone went to Harbor Freight Tools in Rothschild and used his name and phone number to access his store account to make a $76 purchase.
• Feb. 17 – Caller reported someone entered an apartment on Duvenick Lane, Farmington, walked around, then left. Nothing was taken, but the door was left open. The keypad code had not been changed when the new tenant moved in.