Oct. 2 – A Manawa man on Spring Creek Road reported his Dodge Ram was stuck in a fence and his dogs were with him. The man sounded intoxicated.
Oct. 2 – A Marion woman on Missal Lane reported a missing man wearing a gray shirt, black shorts and steel-toe shoes.
Oct. 2 – A Manawa woman on Water Drive reported she was punched by another woman who accused her of selling something to a minor. The woman called her names and drove off in a dark four-door sedan.
Oct. 2 – An unknown caller reported a juvenile was out the night before toilet papering houses with other youth. A homeowner tackled a juvenile and would not let the juvenile leave.
Oct. 2 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
Oct. 2 – An Ogdensburg man on Spring Street reported four suspicious people running down the street.
Oct. 3 – A Waupaca man on Cobbtown Road reported a girl on a bike on South State Street asking for money. He said she did not look good and was wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a ball cap.
Oct. 3 – A cell phone caller reported her daughter was receiving messages from a man charged with a sexual-related offense. She found the man’s name in her daughter’s diary.
Oct. 3 – A Waupaca woman on Pryse Road reported a female juvenile was walking towards the high school with a “bunch of pills.”
Oct. 3 – An Iola caller on Sleepy Hollow Road reported possible drug activity. He had Blink camera footage of vehicles there.
Oct. 3 – A Waupaca caller on Golke Road reported the lock on her door was damaged. It appeared someone was trying to break into her house. The person did not get inside.
Oct. 3 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
Oct. 3 – A female caller reported she was out $545 from someone attempting to buy things with her account information.
Oct. 3 – Team Health Access reported a man that was cussing, in pain and upset about his situation. Their impression was that he wanted to kill himself.
Oct. 3 – A Weyauwega caller on County Trunk AA reported the sound of gun fire. He was concerned because it was too early for duck hunting. It was 5:15 a.m. Waterfowl shooting hours started at 6:21 a.m.
Oct. 4 – An unknown caller requested extra patrol for a situation where drivers were not stopping for school buses when the stop sign was extended. It happened regularly and it was during morning and afternoon stops.
Oct. 4 – The Pines Post-Acute and Memory Care in Embarrass reported a patient testing positive for THC.
Oct. 4 – A Waupaca caller on Meadowlark Lane reported that a man hit a woman in the face. The caller said methamphetamine was involved.
Oct. 4 – A 911 caller reported hearing someone in the house and he was home alone.
Oct. 4 – A Weyauwega caller on Old Highway 49 requested extra patrol for people running the stops signs in the area.
Oct. 4 – A 911 caller requested an ambulance for an 80-year-old woman who was unresponsive, snoring, breathing and had vomited.
Oct. 4 – A Waupaca caller on Waupaca Street reported a suspicious man stopped at her house and said he was trying to serve papers to somebody.
Oct. 4 – A Waupaca caller on Shadow Road reported that someone might be squatting in his hunting shack, possibly multiple people, including children. His neighbor informed him of this and said they might be living there.
Oct. 5 – A caller reported the theft of a crossbow and bolts from his unlocked garage.
Oct. 5 – A New London caller on Broadway Street reported her daughter’s ex-boyfriend came to their house the night before, was yelling outside and tried to get into the house.
Oct 5 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a theft of $15. The victim has dementia and remembered it was $39.
Oct. 5 – A cell caller reported an elderly man was drinking alcohol while on medication that should not be mixed with alcohol.
Oct. 5 – A truck driver reported a vehicle pulled over along the road and a man was rolling around on the ground.
Oct. 6 – A Waupaca man on Covered Bridge Road reported his ex was throwing things at him.
Oct. 6 – An Iola man on River Hill Road reported dogs were chasing people down the roadway.
Oct. 6 – A New London woman on County Trunk B reported her daughter was receiving threatening text messages.
Oct. 6 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a scuffle between two dementia patients.
Oct. 6 – A male caller reported an SUV went down an embankment, struck a tree and landed on its side. The driver got out and was heading northbound through a swamp.
Oct. 6 – A 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 72-year-old man that was breathing but unresponsive.
Oct. 6 – Iola Living Oaks reported a panel fire and smoke in the hallway.
Oct. 6 – A Fremont caller on State Highway 96 reported his business checking account was hacked and fraudulent checks were written for more than $15,000.
Oct. 7 – A Scandinavia woman on Pleasant Street reported a woman keeps harassing her and its an ongoing problem.
Oct. 7 – A Bear Creek caller on Center Road reported her neighbors put a tree through her fence.
Oct. 7 – A 911 caller requested an ambulance for a 52-year-old man who fell and was bleeding form his head.
Oct. 7 – A Waupaca man on Shadow Road reported his neighbor’s dog keeps coming into his yard to “do his business.”
Oct. 8 – A 911 caller reported parents were fighting. No injuries but “dad has a knife.”
Oct. 8 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk E reported fraudulent charges to her account.
Whitetail deer are moving more and there was a noticeable jump this week in deer-auto collisions. Seven controlled burns were called in. A New London man called for help with a dog stuck under the back deck. A Weyauwega woman reported loose horses trampling a bean field. A sheriff deputy reported hitting a raccoon with a squad car. A Fremont woman was attacked by a dog and had multiple wounds. Manawa woman reported a cat stuck under the hood of a PT Cruiser. A Marion caller reported two horses running loose. A New London man reported a donkey and an alpaca were running loose and damaging crops.