Sept. 18 – A Waupaca woman on Emmons Creek Road requested extra patrol because she was seeing random bright lights outside of her house. They appeared at 11:30 p.m. the previous night.
Sept. 18 – An unknown caller reported a chemical leak that was now smoking.
Sept. 18 – DaVita Dialysis requested a welfare check on a patient who did not come in for an appointment. They called him and he said he would come in but he sounded groggy and he lives alone.
Sept. 18 – A Clintonville man on Kratzke Road reported a person trespassing on his property. He caught an image of the subject on his security camera.
Sept. 18 – Rawhide Youth Services reported on juvenile struck another juvenile resident and medical attention was needed.
Sept. 18 – A Weyauwega man on Bartel Road reported people outside shooting for the past hour.
Sept. 18 – A Waupaca woman on Durrant Road reported a garage door was suspiciously left open.
Sept. 18 – Statewide Recovery Specialists reported they would be repossessing a 2003 black Jeep Liberty.
Sept. 19 – A Marion man on Qauterline Road reported a missing juvenile that he believed to be headed to Iowa. Someone picked up the juvenile on Sunday night in a small white car.
Sept. 19 – A Clintonville man on Stoney Hill Road reported the theft of some Milwaukee-brand power tools.
Sept. 19 – A female caller reported her vehicle was vandalized.
Sept. 19 – A male caller reported he believed his uncle stole a deed to some hunting land he owned along with come college degree paperwork.
Sept. 19 – An Iola man on Lake Shore Drive reported a black bear was under his treestand and would not leave.
Sept. 20 – A Tigerton woman reported she was going through a separation with a man. He offered to pay his part of the car payment and do custody exchanges properly in exchange for sexual favors from the caller.
Sept. 20 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a male resident punched a female resident.
Sept. 20 – Pine Manor Heath Care in Embarrass reported a 57-year-old man was threatening to hurt other people.
Sept. 20 – A Fremont woman on County Trunk H called in screaming on the line that her husband was hurting her.
Sept. 20 – An Ogdensburg woman on Campbell Lake Road reported hearing someone in her backyard talking. It sounded like a man with slurred speech. She could not see anyone because it was wooded. She said she had problems with poachers in the past.
Sept. 21 – A Shiocton man reported he was struggling with alcoholism and wanted to be taken to Willow Creek Behavioral Health. He had no one to give him a ride.
Sept. 21 – A Waupaca man on West Road wished to speak with a deputy about his adult children. Things were missing, vehicles were left on his property, he believes they are doing drugs and they have been threatening.
Sept. 21 – Riteway Bus Service reported a 200-pound man with a goatee and brown hair wearing blue jeans and an orange shirt was jumping in front of cars and flipping them off while walking in traffic.
Sept. 21 – A Waupaca woman on Silver Lake Drive reported Amazon delivery drivers were using her private property lane to get back to the highway. She put up signs but it still keeps happening.
Sept. 21 – A New London man on County Trunk X reported underage youth riding around on ATVs with no helmets and driving too fast.
Sept. 21 – A Weyauwega woman on Clarks Mill Road reported that a juvenile has friends on the way to her address to “shoot up” the house.
Sept. 22 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported an altercation with two male residents who have dementia.
Sept. 22 – An Iola woman on Main Street reported her husband was coming to the address and he felt threatened.
Sept. 22 – An anonymous letter was turned in stating there was going to be an underage drinking party and it included the name of the party’s host.
Sept. 22 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway that expressed suicidal ideations.
Sept. 22 – Readfield Elementary School reported they had two children who had not been picked up by their parents. The parents were staying at a hotel in Appleton.
Sept. 22 – An Iola woman on King Olav Lane reported her boyfriend would not leave. He lives there and keeps telling the caller that he is going to hurt her.
Sept. 22 – A Manawa man on State Highway 110 reported duck hunters trespassing on his property.
Sept. 22 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a resident grabbed a banana from another resident who resisted. The banana-snatching resident took a swing at the other resident and knocked his glasses off.
Sept. 23 – A Bear Creek woman on Fountain Road reported he son saw a reflection outside. The son investigated and identified a man couching in the ditch. The man ran off. The caller noticed the man in the area in the past.
Sept. 23 – A Clintonville man on State Highway 156 reported his ex-grandson was at his house a few days ago and believes he might have taken some weapons from the house.
Sept. 23 – A Tigerton man on Mud Lake Road reported a man shoved him at the Lakeview Tavern.
Sept. 23 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
Sept. 23 – A Bear Creek man on County Road D reported a man that might be involved in drug trafficking. He thought the man was not making enough money that was “sustainable” to raise five children.
Sept. 23 – Dollar General in Fremont found a bag of marijuana and wanted to turn it in.
Sept. 23 – Kwik Trip on Fulton Street in Waupaca reported a very intoxicated male in a black Chevy.
Sept. 24 – An Iola man on Water Street reported his neighbor was screaming again. He said she was a drunk and wanted her charged with disorderly conduct.
Sept. 24 – A Waupaca man on Country Lane reported his cell phone number and debit card info was stolen resulting in $500 of fraudulent charges.
Sept. 24 – A New London woman on Madden Road reported her daughter was receiving threatening messages. Her ex-boyfriend was in the Fond du Lac county jail and his number as blocked so now he had others texting her daughter for him.
Sept. 24 – A Tigerton man on County Trunk C reported two duck hunters in a john boat with a Go Devil motor. When the hunter in the rear swung on a duck, the shotgun was pointing at the caller from 50 yards away and birdshot struck his house.
There was a slight increase in deer-auto collisions during this period. Four controlled burns were called in. A Scandinavia woman reported being bitten by a German shepherd. An unknown caller reported a case of neglected cats. A Waupaca caller reported a palomino horse that was extremely thin and possibly neglected. A Waupaca man on Deerview Court reported fighting off an aggressive German shepherd with an umbrella. ThedaCare Waupaca reported a woman was bitten by her own dog. A Waupaca man reported dogs running loose in the woods and they growled at him.