Sept. 1 – A 911 caller reported a man walked into her house, hugged her, called her his mom and said he saw God. He was now outside sitting on her moped.
Sept. 1 – A Waupaca man on Shadow Road reported there was garbage in the driveway, ditch and roadway.
Sept. 1 – An 911 caller reported $147 was taken from her debit card online.
Sept. 1 – A Clintonville man reported that while driving on Swamp Road, a man passed him and flipped him off. He was told to report these types of encounters because of ongoing issues with the man.
Sept. 1 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported two residents with extreme dementia got into a scuffle with one person getting a bloody nose. Neither of them could explain what happened after the incident.
Sept. 1 – A Marion caller on Main Street reported someone stole his moped.
Sept. 1 – A Waupaca caller on Lind Center Road reported a 42-year-old man possibly overdosed on Nyquil and pills. The caller said she was unable to get him up. He was eating rocks and hallucinating.
Sept. 2 – A Slinger caller reported his adult stepson was out of control and accusing him of attacking his mother.
Sept. 2 – Northport Convenience Store reported a fuel drive-off valued at $104.
Sept. 2 – A Clintonville woman on Waupaca Street reported animal neglect. Two dogs tied up in calf hutches had no access to water and were rarely fed. She said there were sheep in the barn that might also have no water.
Sept. 2 – An Iola caller on Carper Road reported her uncle went to Fleet Farm and never returned.
Sept. 2 – A caller reported two intoxicated adults in an fishing boat. The man was missing his right eye and both front teeth. The woman was wearing a black hat and a white and blue bikini. They were letting a 12-year-old boy drink Twisted Tea.
Sept. 2 – A New London caller on Stage Road reported someone was shooting chemicals through her walls. Her dog and cat were in the house.
Sept. 2 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
Sept. 2 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk E reported some Milwaukee power tools were stolen from the back of his truck.
Sept. 2 – An anonymous caller reported a woman was at an address with a man. According to the district attorney’s office, the woman was not supposed to be in the state or in contact with the man.
Sept. 2 – A caller on State Highway 22 reported people trespassing in her backyard.
Sept. 2 – A Waupaca caller on Kristin Lane reported she was arguing with her mom and did not feel safe. The caller left and was at the neighbor’s house.
Sept. 2 – An anonymous caller reported a man in a white shirt walking along the road. He laid down in the ditch as the vehicle approached as if he was trying to hide.
Sept. 2 – A Bear creek caller on State Highway 45 reported being harassed by her neighbors. Her mail was strewn about and they were threatening to cut off her phone. They shared a cell phone plan.
Sept. 3 – A female caller reported a suspicious man pulling on doors on the backside of a building.
Sept. 3 – A Neenah caller reported a situation where a 55-year-old disabled woman was being belligerent towards her 91-year-old mother.
Sept. 3 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile was being aggressive and punching, choking and kicking staff members.
Sept. 3 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk Q reported a woman was intoxicated and disorderly and refused to leave after being asked multiple times. She was yelling, screaming and knocked over a table.
Sept. 4 – A 911 caller reported a brush fire was ignited from shooting tannerite.
Sept. 4 – A Waupaca caller on Pleasant Park Lane reported two groups were water skiing after hours.
Sept. 4 – An anonymous caller reported a juvenile runaway who was gone Friday and Saturday without permission. He came home stoned and wanted to know about his responsibilities.
Sept. 4 – A Stevens Point caller reported she and her boyfriend were assaulted the night before by an ex-girlfriend. The boyfriend was kicked in the head and the caller was also struck.
Sept. 4 – A New London woman on North Water Street reported her adult son was missing. He was intoxicated and people were looking for him.
Sept. 5 – A Waupaca caller on Hartman Creek Road reported a white horse with an injured eye showed up at her house. It was in the yard eating grass.
Sept. 5 – World Class Manufacturing in Weyauwega reported a suspicious man sleeping in the parking lot in a black Pontiac Grand Am pulling a maroon horse trailer. He told them that he would “see them in a few” and threatened to kill everyone.
Sept. 5 – ThedaCare Waupaca requested a welfare check on a pregnant juvenile that has missed multiple appointments.
Sept. 5 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
Sept. 5 – A Waupaca woman on Olson Road reported an elderly female was at her house. She was lost and trying to get to Beaver Dam.
Sept. 5 – A New London woman on Pearl Street reported hearing a gunshot.
Sept. 5 – Rawhide Youth Services reported two juvenile runaways.
Sept. 6 – A caller reported arriving home to find her garage door smashed in. She also noticed a package had been delivered.
Sept. 6 – A Weyauwega caller on Parker Street reported two youth and a man were banging on his door. When he came to see if they needed help, they threatened him.
Sept. 6 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile resident has a physical altercation with a staff member.
Sept. 6 – A Waupaca caller on Fulton Street reported a woman was attacked and her wrist was cut.
Sept. 6 – An Iola man on Kenwood Drive reported the death of a 72-year-old man.
Sept. 7 – A Florida man reported that at a house where he was staying on Erickson Road, the owner slammed him to the ground. He did not know the name of the man.
Sept. 7 – A caller reported a suspicious drone flying around her property and landing in her yard.
There was a slight increase in deer-auto collisions during this period. The water patrol stopped 27 boats and one controlled burn was called in. ThedaCare Waupaca reported a man was bitten by a dog but refused to name the owner of the dog or where it happened. A New London woman reported a draft horse loose and standing along the road. A small black calf was reported loose and near the road. Three cows were reported loose. A loose horse was reported 1.5 miles south of State Highway 45. ThedaCare New London reported a woman was bitten by her own cat. There were numerous calls about trees down blocking roadways.