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Waupaca County sheriff’s report

June 26 – A Bear Creek man on Bell Corner Road reported fraudulent activity on his credit report.

June 26 – A Weyauwega man on Main Street reported a fraudulent purchase on one of his accounts.

June 26 – A Waupaca woman on Apple Tree Lane reported receiving a fraudulent bill in the mail for services at a different address.

June 26 – A caller reported his wife took his phone and would not give it back. She said she was going to call the police and tell them he was abusing her.

June 26 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a theft of $300.

June 27 – A woman from Freedom reported her trail camera showed two people trespassing on her land with a wheelbarrow and a kayak.

June 27 – A 911 caller reported the death of an elderly woman. She was on the floor and unresponsive.

June 27 – A Weyauwega caller on State Highway 10 reported being harassed by his neighbors.

June 27 – A Waupaca caller on Long Cove Drive reported a man was trespassing on her property and holding a sign and a cross.

June 27 – A caller reported his juvenile friend texted him stating he was holding a gun to his head, that he was depressed and numb, and that it was “not worth fighting the fight anymore.”

June 27 – A Waupaca caller reported a green Jeep Wrangler was trespassing on land near Constance Road and County Trunk K.

June 27 – A Medford caller reported when she was camping on Friday with friends, her boyfriend knocked her to the ground, strangled her, punched her and left bruises.

June 27 – Marion Police Department requested assistance to look for a missing child.

June 28 – Chain One Stop in Waupaca reported a fuel drive-off valued at $40. The six-foot, medium-build man did not attempt to pay at the pump and drove off in a rusted-out black GMC pickup truck.

June 28 – A Manawa woman on River Road reported being scammed out of $1,800 through a PayPal transaction.

June 28 – A caller reported she had an argument with her husband. He left the house in a Dodge Dart and was making suicidal comments in text messages saying he “was better off dead.”

June 28 – A New London caller on State Highway 54 reported she heard a woman yelling, “Help,” behind a house.

June 28 – A Waupaca caller on Parfreyville Road reported her husband was bloody and bleeding from the head and it appeared he fell off the roof.

June 28 – A New London woman on Hancock Street reported three people standing in the ditch along County Trunk O.

June 28 – A female caller reported the repossession of a blue 2017 Nissan Pathfinder

June 29 – An Iola caller on Amundson Road reported a 3-year-old child walking down the road by herself. She said she was “going to get mom from work.”

June 29 – A Scandinavia man on County Trunk V reported the safety arms of the railroad track were malfunctioning with one arm up, one arm down, lights flashing and no train coming.

June 29 – A female caller reported a black man in jeans and a white shirt jumped in front of her car and would not let her pass.

June 29 – A Waupaca man on Shambeau Trace reported he was selling a vehicle online and thought he was being scammed.

June 29 – Clintonville Ambulance reported screaming and yelling coming from an apartment complex behind the police department.

June 29 – A New London caller reported his parents were yelling at each other and believed “both had a couple of drinks each.”

June 29 – A Clintonville caller on County Trunk Y reported his house was burglarized. The patio and front door were open and the downstairs window was broken. Two TVs and guns were missing.

June 29 – A New London caller on Oakwood Lane reported he and a woman were at a house and man punched him. The woman he was with left with the man that threw the punch.

June 29 – Keglers Bowling Center in Manawa reported a highly intoxicated man outside the establishment.

June 29 – A Waupaca woman on State Street reported a loud banging sound in the area, as if someone was banging on a house and might need help.

The water patrol stopped two boats and four controlled burns were called in. A Waupaca woman was bitten by her cat. A man driving a Suburban hit a horse south of County Trunk N and the horse ran off.

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