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Waupaca County sheriff’s report July 30

July 24 – Bear Creek Travel Plaza reported a fuel-drive off valued at $61. The vehicle was a black Chevy Traverse.

July 24 – A New London caller on Ferry Street reported her dog ran off a few nights ago, another man has it and won’t give it back.

July 24 – A Waupaca caller on North Washington Street reported a possible burglary.

July 24 – A Weyauwega caller on Desert Road reported a trespassing Jeep station wagon-type vehicle driving on his land.

July 24 – Clintonville Police Department requested a welfare check on a confused woman who showed up at a person’s house. She didn’t know where she was or where she was going.

July 24 – A cellphone caller reported a noise complaint about an air boat that was revving its engine.

July 24 – A 911 caller reported a 39-year-old man who could not breathe and possibly took some drugs.

July 24 – A New London caller on County Trunk T reported a trespassing man who knocked on her door three times during the night while holding what looked like a tennis racket. It has been on ongoing issue with the man.

July 25 – A Scandinavia caller on Mill Street reported a suspicious black Dodge Ram driving slowly by her house. A male driver was videotaping her residence.

July 25 – A 911 caller reported a grass fire near a pond at a campground.

July 25 – A Fremont woman on County Trunk W reported her mother was showing up unannounced. She was not welcome there.

July 25 – the Shawano Department of Human Services requested help making contact with a man living in a horse trailer.

July 25 – A New London caller on Collier Road reported someone opened a credit card account in her name and she received six credit cards.

July 25 – A New London caller on Driftwood Road reported a man was chasing a young woman on foot near Cemetery Road.

July 25 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile was out of control, had flooded a house and was screaming.

July 25 – Sturm Foods in Manawa reported a truck on fire in the parking lot.

July 25 – The Waupaca County Highway Department found a handgun and turned it over to the sheriff’s office.

July 25 – A Waupaca caller on Pryse Road reported two trucks doing burnouts.

July 25 – A 911 caller reported a death. The caller found a person lying on the floor not breathing.

July 26 – An Oshkosh caller reported things flying off the back of a semi while driving down the road. One item hit a vehicle. The caller contacted the trucking company and they said they weren’t going to do anything.

July 26 – A New London woman on Depot Road reported getting threatening messages from some girls in New London. “That is why I’m going to kill you. What is your address?” said one message. The caller didn’t know who the girls were.

July 27 –Schueller’s Great Exspechtations reported a man with dreadlocks offered to sell some crack to an employee.

July 27 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home in King reported a resident has more marijuana.

July 27 – A Waupaca woman on County Trunk QQ reported a man was “going off the walls” and was screaming. The caller was afraid he might hit his girlfriend.

July 27 – An unknown caller reported a youth jumped off a boat dock and broke his leg.

July 27 – Log Cabin Tavern in New London reported a drunken man outside who ripped the mirror off a vehicle.

July 28 – A Weyauwega caller on County Trunk X reported he had some seal coating done but the work was so poor he refused to pay for it. The person who did the work was now calling and threatening him.

July 28 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a resident attacked a staff member.

July 28 – A Waupaca man on Park View Way was hired to clean out a storage unit and reported finding drugs and paraphernalia.

July 28 – A Waupaca man on Ash Road reported a suspicious boat was anchored next to the roped-off swimming area of a youth summer camp.

July 28 – A Waupaca caller on Whispering Pines Road reported intoxicated people were lighting off fireworks and trespassing in his yard.

July 28 – A 911 caller reported a transformer on fire that was surrounded by trees. No buildings were nearby.

July 29 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported finding three joints in a member’s room.

July 29 – A Waupaca woman on Whispering Pines Road reported the smell of marijuana coming from a group of people on two rafts. One of the watercrafts was heading towards the Whispering Pines boat landing.

July 29 – A Waupaca woman on Tall Oak Court reported having an intoxicated man on her property who would not leave.

July 29 – A Weyauwega caller on White Lake Road reported her boyfriend changed the password on her phone and she could not access it. He was sending her threatening messages.

July 30 – The Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office reported a man was driving near Fremont. He was armed with a shotgun and a handgun and was suicidal.

July 30 – A Neenah woman reported her friend made online comments about killing himself. He sent her a photo of him in his vehicle with a gun in the cup holder.

July 30 – An Iola caller on County Trunk G reported problems with his neighbor who gave him the finger while he was mowing the lawn today. He said he was retaliating by “banging on a drum and will do it all night.”

July 30 – Lifeline Medical Alert reported a 65-year-old woman talking about killing herself. She had a lot of pills and her speech was slurred. She said she couldn’t wait until the morning and was going to do it now.

July 30 – A Waupaca caller on Tar Road reported his neighbor came over to his house and asked if he wanted to buy some drugs and rambled on about murder, saying, “It’s the easiest crime to get away with if you do it correctly.”

July 30 – ACR Repo reported they were repossessing a silver 2018 Buick Encore.

The water patrol stopped 16 boats and eight controlled burns were called in. A lost yellow Labrador retriever was found on County Trunk X. A caller reported a dog locked in a car with the windows up. A loose cow was reported in the roadway near Manawa. An Iola man reported seeing loose dogs in the roadway chasing cattle. A Waupaca man was bitten by two Australian shepherds while riding his bike. Numerous people reported trees in the roadway after a recent thunderstorm.

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