June 12 – A Weyauwega caller on Railroad Grade Road reported his van was dented and the windshield was cracked over the weekend.
June 12 – An unknown caller reported a semi rolled over.
June 12 – Rawhide Youth Services reported an altercation with a youth striking another youth 13 times.
June 12 – A Clintonville caller on Swamp Road reported his neighbor threw a handful of rocks at his truck.
June 12 – A Marion woman on Pigeon River Shores reported her son won’t give her the four-wheel key back.
June 12 – Rawhide Youth Services reported they suspected psychedelic mushrooms in the room of a resident.
June 12 – A 911 caller reported a 35-year-old man having a seizure.
June 12 – A 911 caller reported a woman wanting to kill herself. She was going to take a walk and get a knife.
June 12 – A Weyauwega caller on Pine Street requested assistance getting her belongings from a problematic aunt who was also withholding her mail.
June 12 – A nurse from ThedaCare reported a patient who said he wanted to kill himself.
June 12 – A Manawa man on County Yard Road reported illegal dumping in the area.
June 12 – A caller on Campbell Lake Road reported a neighbor playing music so loud it was echoing.
June 13 – A Waupaca caller on Union Street requested a welfare check on a woman he had not seen for two years. He said he was a good friend of hers.
June 13 – A New London caller on Larry Road reported her ex-boyfriend was banging on the door.
June 13 – A Waupaca caller on Woodridge Drive reported a person “took a crap” at their gate, left behind some underwear and drove off. It was all recorded on camera.
June 13 – A Weyauwega caller on Baldwin Road reported a man violated a domestic abuse restraining order and contacted her via phone, text and social media.
June 13 – A 39-year-old Weyauwega calleer reported pain under her left breast and he left side was going numb.
June 13 – A Waupaca caller on Crystal Road reported a woman was violating a restraining order where she was not to be within 100 feet of the caller. The woman was drinking at a bar.
June 14 – A Waupaca man on Shirley Court reported a belligerent woman that was breaking things and she struck the caller in the arm. She used to date the caller.
June 14 – A Marion caller on Main Street reported a man and woman arguing. The woman was screaming about how he choked her.
June 14 – A Weyauwega calleer on Sumner Street reported a woman walking while bobbing and weaving around, flaying her arms and talking to herself.
June 14 – A Fremont caller on County Trunk W reported her home and shed were vandalized. There was a lot of damage and furniture was broken and a generator was stolen.
June 14 – A Clintonville caller on Koeller Road reported someone tried to break into his garage over the weekend. The door handle was damaged.
June 14 – A female caller reported her uncle was in her yard with a belt and wanted to spank her children.
June 14 – A Bear Creek woman on Blueberry Road reported she received a text from Amazon and she called the number that she believed was connected to Amazon. She downloaded an app to give them access and money was transferred.
June 14 – A Waupaca caller on Pryse Drive reported a 68-year-old man died in the bathroom.
June 14 – Fletch’s Corner Store in Embarrass reported a gas drive-off valued at $75.
June 16 – ThedaCare reported a suicidal woman who called the clinic and said she does not want to live anymore and wants to die.
June 16 – A Waupaca caller reported his ex-wife took things and broke items in his storage unit.
June 16 – A Clintonville caller reported an ongoing issue of someone running over survey stakes in the town of Dupont.
June 16 – A 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 25-year-old man passed out in the front yard.
June 16 – A cell phone caller reported a man jumping into traffic and requesting rides.
June 16 – An Embarrass woman reported people were fighting and wanting to kill each other.
June 16 – A Waupaca man on Berlin Street reported hearing gunshots.
June 16 – An Iola caller on County Trunk G reported a man playing load music.
June 16 – An Iola caller on Main Street reported a man was urinating out his window and yelling at the neighbor.
June 16 – A Weyauwega caller on Pine Street reported he was pushed down the stairs by a woman and he put his arm through a window. Both of them were drinking.
June 17 – Sunset BP reported a visibly distraught teenage girl walking towards the store. An older lady was trying to talk to her. The woman hooked her arm and got her into a red Toyota sedan.
June 17 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
June 17 – A New London caller on Rawhide Road reported a suspicious minivan driving very slowly.
June 17 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a resident stole the keys to a van and drove away.
June 17 – A New London caller on Taubel Boulevard reported a patient thought he was missing $115. His power of attorney said he hadn’t cashed a check in a month. The patient had dementia.
June 17 – An Iola caller on Main Street reported a man was screaming into his girlfriend’s apartment and the man’s girlfriend threatened to fight the caller.
June 17 – A Waupaca caller reported an individual was knocking on her door wearing an “animal hat” that covered the person’s face. She was pregnant and alone with a young son.
June 17 – The Kingdom Hall in New London reported a suspicious four-door sedan. The person inside was drinking out of a gallon container.
June 17 – A 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 15-year-old girl foaming at the mouth.
June 17 – A Manawa caller on Bridge Street reported his 22-year-old son threatened to take his life several times this week. He believed his son abused his medication.
June 18 – Dollar General in Manawa reported a GMC 1500 that had been parked there for four days.
June 18 – A Greenville caller reported a shirtless man covered with mud walked past the trail cam at his vacation cabin.
The water patrol stopped 27 boats during this period. Residents called in 18 controlled burns. One dog bite was reported. Two loose horses were reported. A caller reported a brown cow eating grass along the road near Clintonville. A Waupaca caller reported two beagles running amuck and three other callers reported the same dogs.