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Waupaca County sheriff’s report May 25

• May 22- A New London caller on Weiland Road reported his 2002 Chevy Silverado was stolen out of his driveway sometime after 9:30 p.m.

• May 22 – A New London caller on Hutchinson Road reported a suspicious white Pontiac sitting on the side of the road that looked abandoned. The vehicle had window damage.

• May 22 – A Manawa caller on Cemetery Road reported two vehicles, a Jeep Cherokee and later a Chevy pickup, driving and trespassing in her field.

• May 22 – A woman in Dubuque, Iowa, reported someone moved her pontoon boat from one side to the other side of the dock.

• May 22 – A New London caller on Larry Road reported his mother and her boyfriend were having a domestic dispute.

• May 22 – A Waupaca woman on Dawn Drive reported a suspicious silver sports utility vehicle.

• May 22 – A Green Bay caller reported a female passenger in a black Dodge Ram pickup truck was punching a man in the vehicle.

• May 22 – A Waupaca caller on Nelson Road reported a damaged mailbox with car parts in the yard.

• May 22 – An unknown caller reported a man stumbling in traffic and carrying a bottle near Evanswood Shops.

• May 22 – A Weyauwega caller on Frontage Road reported his firearms were stolen while he was in the hospital.

• May 23 – A Weyauwega caller on Reek Road reported a semi backed into his driveway and crushed a culvert.

• May 23 – A Bear Creek caller on State Highway 45 reported her pool sand pump filter was stolen from her shed.

• May 23 – A New London caller on Crain Road reported a case of fraud where an unknown man was trying to take money out of his account.

• May 23 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported an altercation between two residents.

• May 23 – A 911 caller reported she was having an argument with her boyfriend at Riverside Park and he was hitting the hood of her vehicle.

• May 23 – The Waupaca County jail reported a female inmate wanted to report identity theft.

• May 23 – An unknown caller requested an ambulance for a woman in her 50s who became unresponsive after drinking.

• May 23 – A Bear Creek caller on Bells Creek Road reported an Impala was doing donuts in his parking lot.

• May 23 – A Clintonville caller on Main Street reported someone went into her garage and loosened her tires, drained the oil and disconnected some wires on her vehicle.

• May 23 – A Waupaca caller on Fulton Street reported being followed by a man in a black baseball cap. He was afraid to look out the window and go outside.

• May 23 – A male caller requested a welfare check on a woman he had not heard from in two days and who has been suicidal in the past.

• May 24 – A 911 caller reported his mother’s Social Security card, checkbook, bank statements and insurance paperwork were taken from the backseat of her car.

• May 24 – A New London woman on Fitzgerald Road reported a suspicious white Dodge Caravan that comes and goes throughout the night.

• May 24 – An Ogdensburg woman on County Trunk B reported her mailbox was smashed by what appeared to be a baseball bat.

• May 24 – A 911 caller reported that a daughter was beating someone up. She had a gun but it was taken away.

• May 24 – Crime Stoppers reported suspicious activity on Cemetery Road.

• May 25 – The Waupaca County Courthouse reported a belligerent person in a courtroom.

• May 25 – County Visions Cooperative in New London reported flames showing from a grain elevator.

• May 25 – A Waupaca woman on Ware Street requested an ambulance for a man with a pulse but not breathing.

• May 25 – A Scandinavia caller on County Trunk Q reported he was notified by Credit Karma and Lifelock that his identity was stolen. Approximately $150 was taken from his bank account.

• May 25 – A Clintonville caller on Laude Road reported a man trespassed on his land and placed large rocks in his field.

• May 25 – The Fremont Village Hall reported the Slow/No Wake buoy drifted out of place and needs to go back upstream.

• May 25 – A Weyauwega caller on Frontage Road reported his brothers-in-law have been harassing him for years and he was at the end of the driveway waiting to go to the strip club.

• May 25 – A Manawa woman on Bridge Street reported there was a woman there who refused to leave.

• There were many fawns involved in deer-auto collisions during this period. There were six controlled burns called in. A caller reported an injured turkey near Sandbur Corners. A cow was reported loose on County Trunk B. An alpaca was reported running loose in the roadway. A caller reported a fawn with two broken legs. A Tigerton man struck a deer on his motorcycle. A caller reported a Corgi-type dog running loose and unsupervised.

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