Sept. 25 – A Waupaca man on Meadow Lane reported his wife was feeling suicidal because they were going through a divorce.
Sept. 25 – Oakwood Estates in New London reported they have several residents who were smoking marijuana.
Sept. 25 – A Clintonville caller on Kratzke Road reported there were people inside her vehicle who were trying to steal it. The caller’s mother got on the phone and said there was no problem and the caller was hallucinating.
Sept. 25 – An Iola Man on Flaata Road reported he ordered a $1,200 phone online and when it arrived, there was nothing inside the box.
Sept. 25 – Plover Police Department requested a welfare check on a newborn child at an Iola residence. They received information that there were methamphetamine users at the address.
Sept. 25 – A Waupaca woman on Grandview Road reported a sister’s ex-boyfriend was outside of their residence and there was no reason for him to be there.
Sept. 26 – A Fremont man on Bellin Road reported he was reprimanding his dog. Another man was in the room and was drinking. The man told the caller to “quit bitching.” The two exchanged more words and the man grabbed the caller.
Sept. 26 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a student broke a window at the school.
Sept. 26 – A Fremont caller on Wolf River Drive requested an ambulance for a man who hurt his daughter. There was a lot of screaming and the caller was not cooperative.
Sept. 26 – JR’s Sportman’s Bar in Waupaca reported a man and woman were outside fighting.
Sept. 27 – A Waupaca caller on Old Highway 22 reported a juvenile runaway who sent a text message saying she was not coming home.
Sept. 27 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk E reported his mailbox and post were taken out and there were tire tracks nearby.
Sept. 27 – ACR Repo reported they would be repossessing a 2022 white Chevy Silverado.
Sept. 28 – A Manawa caller on County Trunk BB reported a man hacked her father’s Facebook account, changed the passwords and then sent her threatening messages via Facebook Messenger.
Sept. 28 – A 911 caller reported a small child wearing diapers was in the roadway on Country Trunk QQ. No adults were around.
Sept. 28 – A Crivitz man reported a driver in a blue Subaru Outback struck a dog and kept on going near the Northport gas station.
Sept. 28 – A 911 caller reported a 40-year-old man having a possible heart attack.
Sept. 28 – A New London man on Weyauwega Road reported he was hit and tackled by his father because he hit his father in the back of the head. The caller stated he wants his father dead and that he used to live in a group home.
Sept. 28 – A Waupaca caller on Park View Way reported a man came into her bar and threatened her and her daughter.
Sept. 28 – A Weyauwega caller on Butternut Ridge Lane reported her boyfriend was extremely angry and smashed the coffee pot.
Sept. 29 – A Fremont man requested an ambulance for a man that sliced the inside of his thigh with an axe or saw while cutting trees.
Sept. 29 – A female caller reported a man with a black pickup was hunting on her property without permission.
Sept. 29 – A Weyauwega man on Haire Road reported a red Jeep drove through his garage. He didn’t believe the driver was trapped inside.
Sept. 29 – a male caller reported that a juvenile female said via text message that she was going to slit her wrists.
Sept. 29 – A Waupaca woman on King Road reported her door shaking and thought someone was was trying to break into her home.
Sept. 29 – A Waupaca caller on Fifth street reported a suspicious black Chevy Traverse pulled into the end his driveway and turned off all the lights.
Sept. 29 – A Manawa woman on Depot Street reported a man was hanging on a telephone pole and arguing with another man.
Sept. 29 – A New London caller on County Trunk W reported a man hit her and threatened to kill her. Both were drinking.
Sept. 29 – A New London caller on State Highway 45 reported a man was drinking and trying to kick her out of the residence.
Sept. 30 – An unknown caller reported having furniture for sale on Facebook marketplace and was involved in a scam.
Sept. 30 – A Bear Creek mcaller an on Ash Road reported his wife was missing. She walked away three hours ago making suicidal remarks.
Sept. 30 – A Waupaca caller on Raymond Drive reported he was arguing with his wife and she stated, “I am going to killing myself.” She attempted overdosing in the past and previously slit her wrists.
Sept. 30 – A Fremont man on Apache Avenue reported there was shotgun shooting on the property north of Angler’s Bar and Grill during the lawnmower races and their “rig” was shot. No one was injured.
Sept. 30 – A Waupaca caller on King Road reported juveniles trespassing on her property behind her house.
Sept. 30 – A Waupaca man on Alm Lane reported his wife broke his nose and hung up.
Oct. 1 – A Waupaca woman on Covered Bridge Road reported a man told the caller’s friend that he was feeling suicidal and sent messages saying that he was going to hurt himself.
Oct. 1 – a Waupaca woman on State Highway 54 reported a restraining order violation by a man that was at her residence the night before. She had footage on a Blink camera.
Oct. 1 – A Manawa woman reported a plane crash at the Waupaca airport with two people seriously injured.
Oct. 1 – A Marion man on County Trunk G reported the old owner of a house he recently purchased was going through his mail.
Oct. 1 – A New London man on Kimble Court reported his mailbox was vandalized and his house was toilet papered.
Oct. 1 – A Weyauwega woman on Galilee Road reported a suspicious vehicle going in and out of driveways.
Oct. 1 – A Waupaca caller on Shambeau Trace reported his neighbor is using his leaf blower at night.
There was a slight increase in deer-auto collisions during this period. Five controlled burns were called in. A caller reported seven horses and three goats running loose in a field. Multiple fallen trees blocking roadways were reported. A Weyauwega woman reported having a stray injured cat. Ascension Urgent Care in Appleton reported a delivery driver was bitten by a dog. A red horse was reported running along the shoulder of the road. A large friendly white horse was reported wandering down Country Trunk P. Theda Care Waupaca reported a woman was bitten by her own cat. A tree was reported making contact with energized electrical lines and was throwing sparks. A 911 caller reported pigs running loose along the road. There were two reports of goats and a dog roaming around together.