Waupaca County sheriff’s report July 23
July 17 – A Clintonville caller on Quarterline Road reported a suspicious man who was once a former employee and had “been in and out of jail.” The man wanted water and to borrow money. He took off on a bike heading north.
July 17 – A caller reported a fraud involving a Verizon notification about a suspicious transaction. Someone ordered a phone and it was being shipped to her house. She did not order a new phone.
July 17 – An Iola man on State Road reported a death. A person was having a stroke.
July 17 – A Waupaca caller on Pineview Lane reported a roofing company “messed up his roof,” did not finish the job and damaged his house.
July 17 – A Waupaca caller on Butts Drive reported her ex-boyfriend was harassing her.
July 17 – A male caller reported he was being blackmailed through TikTok. A person was threatening to distribute photos of him.
July 18 – A 911 caller reported the death of a 56-year-old man who fell and hit his head.
July 18 – A Waupaca caller on King Road reported an extremely intoxicated man putting two children in a vehicle and trying to drive away.
July 18 – A Clintonville caller on Forest View Lane reported a child was sitting on the deck of a zero-turn lawn mower while an adult was driving it.
July 18 – Star Dairy in Weyauwega reported a car striking one of their semis on U.S. Highway 41.
July 19 – A Weyauwega caller on Bear Lake Road reported a 3-4 year-old child in the middle of the road at 5:30 a.m. The caller removed the child from the road.
July 19 – Sanbur Corners reported a fuel drive-off valued at $22. The vehicle was a small blue Ford.
July 19 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile “pantsed” [yank down another’s pants as a prank] another resident and exposed him.
July 19 – A Manawa caller on Cemetery Road reported the death of a 76-year-old man who was gagging and unconscious.
July 20 – A Weyauwega caller on County Trunk X reported a suspicious person exited their blue SUV with a shovel, went into her swamp and dug a hole.
July 20 – An Iola woman on Johnson Road reported her neighbor was putting things in her ear and under her bed.
July 20 – A cell phone caller reported a boat with no one in it. Rain water was in the boat and the trolling motor was down.
July 20 – A 911 caller reported a grass fire near County Trunk E.
July 20 – A Waupaca caller on Royalton Street reported his daughter was punched and choked.
July 20 – A Clintonville caller on Lakeshore Road reported a suspicious man in a white GMC SUV pulled into her driveway and “looked whacked out.”
July 20 – A Waupaca caller on State Highway 22 reported a suspicious white car that kept driving by her house and doing U-turns. It happened the Friday before.
July 20 – An unknown female caller reported she was arguing with her boyfriend and he became physical. She locked herself in her car.
July 21 – A New London caller on State Highway 54 reported his catalytic converter was stolen.
July 21 – A 911 caller reported an older man in black SUV snatched her dog from her yard.
July 21 – Outagamie Probation and Parole requested a welfare check on a woman who was strung out on meth and not taking care of her children.
July 21 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a youth assaulted a staff member.
July 21 – A Weyauwega caller on County Trunk K reported he was bitten by his pit bull. He stated, “It’s not the first time it’s bitten anyone.”
July 21 – An Ogdensburg caller on County Trunk E reported his wife was breaking her bond conditions by drinking all day.
July 21 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk K reported people screaming for help.
July 21 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a resident swallowed toilet bowl cleaner or shampoo and they were on the phone with the Poison Control Center.
July 21 – A Manawa caller on Depot Street reported a group of three teenagers passed his house and stole a bag of marshmallows from his children.
July 22 – An unknown caller reported an outlaw biker gang was beating up a man in a white T-shirt.
July 22 – A Clintonville caller on County Trunk Y reported her daughter was home alone and she could hear someone trying to open the doors. The dogs were barking and growling.
July 22 – An Ogdensburg caller on Cut Off Road reported illegal dumping of multiple tires.
July 22 – A Clintonville caller on Laude Road reported his neighbor threw glass bottles on his driveway.
July 22 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a runway who had been gone for an hour and went off in an unknown direction.
July 22 – An Ogdensburg caller on County Trunk E reported her husband punched and choked her and was now yelling at her.
July 22 – A 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 51-year-old man with shoulder pain. He said, “This time I’m not coming home.” The caller reported the man “has had a couple cocktails.”
July 22 – A Waupaca caller on Crystal Road reported a grown man was messaging his underage daughter by impersonating a 15-year-old. The caller messaged back with a photo of a gun and stated: “Do you want to come see it?”
July 22 – An unknown caller requested an ambulance for a 23-year-old woman that was in and out of consciousness. She had been drinking.
July 22 – A Green Bay caller reported his father mentioned he had a gun in his lap while on a phone call. He was going through a divorce and was thinking about killing himself.
July 22 – An unknown caller reported an intoxicated man was floating down the river. He continued to float down the river after his group got out of the river. The group has his belongings.
July 22 – A New London caller on Depot Road reported said she has a razor blade and was going to kill herself.
July 22 – An anonymous caller reported a suspected underage drinking party. There were many cars in the driveway and people running around with beer cans.
July 23 – A Waupaca caller on Pryse Road reported her mailbox was destroyed “for the eighth time.”
July 23 – A Manawa caller on White Clover Road reported a man in a vehicle watching his property. The vehicle took off at excessive speed. His wife also reported seeing the vehicle drive by.
July 23 – A caller reported the death of a woman in her 70s.
July 23 – A New London caller reported a Ford pick-up pulling a trailer and pulling a car behind the trailer. A chain being used was sending sparks everywhere and the caller said there were “car parts all over the road all the way to New London.”
July 23 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk E was drinking and caught her significant other cheating. They got into an argument
The water patrol stopped eight boats and nine controlled burns were reported. A Scandinavia caller reported finding a dozen dead birds in the roadway. There were numerous calls about fallen trees blocking the roadways.