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Waupaca County sheriff’s report

  • Aug. 28 – The New London Police Department requested assistance with a domestic situation.
  • Aug. 28 – A Waupaca woman on Apple Tree Lane requested a welfare check on a New London man who was biking around Stevens Point with no water.
  • Aug. 28 – An unknown caller reported her boyfriend has a history of physical abuse and anger issues. They broke up and now she was told that all of her stuff is outside of the house.
  • Aug. 28 – A Fremont woman on Arrowhead Road reported finding an empty [firearms] shell in the bathroom at the Waupaca County Forest.
  • Aug. 29 – A Fremont man on State Highway 96 reported two tires were slashed on his single-axle trailer.
  • Aug. 29 – A Waupaca woman on Demarest Avenue reported a man was throwing things around.
  • Aug. 29 – Winnebago Sheriff Department reported a man sent a suicidal text message to his probation agent and he was now in the Fremont area.
  • Aug. 29 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a resident “went after” a staff member.
  • Aug. 29 – An Ogdensburg caller reported his neighbor was playing loud music with a heavy bass sound. He has spoken to the neighbor about it for the last two years and the neighbor plays the music louder. The caller said he can hear the music in his own house.
  • Aug. 29 – A Milwaukee man reported a near drowning incident that occurred in 2013. The caller’s uncle tried to drown him in front of his aunt and the rest of the family.
  • Aug. 29 – An anonymous caller reported a suspicious blue Chevy Impala parked in the middle of a field with nobody around.
  • Aug. 29 – A Clintonville woman on 14th Street reported being hit in the face with a can of Twisted Tea.
  • Aug. 29 – A Waupaca caller on West Road reported a man wearing blue shorts and no shirt was talking to himself on the side of the road. He was head northbound to Waupaca.
  • Aug. 29 – A female caller requested a welfare check on her child. Her ex has a history of abuse and was acting aggressive. She was concerned for the child.
  • Aug. 29 – A Marion man on State Highway 110 reported a vehicle crashed into a house and went through the wall. He said he heard a moaning sound.
  • Aug. 29 – An anonymous caller reported a man who “was using again.” He was currently on drugs and was making “weird noises and grunting.”
  • Aug. 30 – An Iola man on Anderson Road reported he was not home but his children notified him that a suspicious white minivan was driving up and down the road multiple times. The vehicle pulled into their driveway and a person said they have a knife. The daughter asked the people to leave and they did.
  • Aug. 30 – A Manawa man reported he was having problems with low water pressure. He went outside and found water pouring from his garden hose. Since the water had not yet run down to the road, he guessed that somebody recently turned it on.
  • Aug. 30 – A New London woman on County Trunk T reported a stalking situation.
  • Aug. 30 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
  • Aug. 30 – A Weyauwega man on Lakeshore Court reported his son was upset and tried to start a fire in the residence.
  • Aug. 30 – A New London woman on Otto Road reported a man was recently fired for not showing up to work. He was currently at her residence and was being aggressive to the caller.
  • There were very few deer-auto collisions during this period. The water patrol stopped two boats and two controlled burns were called in. A horse was reported running loose near Royalton.
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