Oct. 9 – A Manawa man on Union Street reported he was being hit and abused by his ex-girlfriend. They were arguing about him staying at her place overnight and she wants him to leave.
Oct. 9 – An anonymous caller requested a welfare check on a 63-year-old woman with severe health conditions and no medical insurance so she was refusing to visit the doctor. The woman now has weeping sores on her legs.
Oct. 9 – Ma’s Bait & Tackle in Fremont reported getting a bad check for $249.
Oct. 9 – an anonymous caller reported a possible attempted break-in. The door were bent and there was minor damage to the paint and exterior.
Oct. 9 – An unknown caller reported a juvenile was breaking glass, screaming and trying to break through doors.
Oct. 9 – A Waupaca man on Oman Street reported people were trying to steal his car.
Oct. 9 – A Fremont man on Bayou Road reported the lock to his storage unit was cut off.
Oct. 9 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a disorderly incident. No ambulance needed and the parties were separated.
Oct. 9 – A Tigerton woman on County Trunk J reported a man stole her purse.
Oct. 9 – A Weyauwega man on Birdsall Street reported a suspicious silver BMW. Two people ran from the car, one person ducked by the car and one person got into the car, turned off the lights and drove off towards the fairgrounds while running stop signs.
Oct. 9 – A Shiocton man on Ashley Road reported a man keeps calling him and trying to text message him. The caller blocked him and asked him multiple times to stop.
Oct. 9 – A New London woman on McKinley Street reported there were 12-15 juveniles around Alfred Street toilet papering houses and it also sounded like they were breaking things.
Oct. 10 – A Waupaca caller on Oman Street reported a man was hollering at a woman inside the house and wanted her removed or he “would beat her ass.”
Oct. 10 – A Waupaca caller on Fulton Street reported a 24-year-old man shot himself in the thigh. It was an accidental discharge.
Oct. 10 – A cell phone caller reported a 23-year-old man fell and hit his head on concrete. He was breathing but in and out of consciousness.
Oct. 10 – A caller reported “a bunch of kids” were at his house toilet papering and he wanted to press charges.
Oct. 10 – A Weyauwega woman on Slough Road reported that youth were toilet papering the electric fence and they spooked the neighbor’s horse and the horse cut its leg open.
Oct. 11 – The Waupaca Middle School reported a juvenile called the school and said someone was out of control and threatening her.
Oct. 11 – Rawhide Youth Services reported four students kicked in the door to the school and damaged it.
Oct. 11 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a disorderly situation at the Smith House. A resident was resisting and threatening to kill the staff.
Oct. 11 – A Weyauwega caller on Main Street reported a 33-year-old woman may have overdosed.
Oct. 11 – Little Wolf High School reported a juvenile wrote on a desk that he or she wanted to kill another juvenile and others.
Oct. 11 – A female caller reported a male was stuck in a car and cannot get out. It’s been happening for a month. Her father told her to call 911.
Oct. 11 – A Manawa man on Fourth Street reported finding a bottle with two syringes inside. The bottle was located in their shower and he did not know to whom it belonged.
Oct. 11 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a female resident kicked a male resident.
Oct. 11 – A Marion woman on Main Street reported $2,000 worth of delivered packages were stolen.
Oct. 11 – A Weyauwega woman on Parker Street reported the sound of breaking glass and a man yelling.
Oct. 12 – An Ogdensburg caller on County Trunk E reported an 82-year-old man was unconscious and not breathing.
Oct. 12 – A female caller reported neglected horses that had not been fed for three days.
Oct. 12 – A Clintonville caller on Paape Road reported his ex-wife was harassing him nonstop with phone calls and text messages.
Oct. 12 – Thrivent requested a welfare check on an elderly man. During a call about a $4,000 disbursement, they heard a voice in the background of a person being forceful and agitating the man.
Oct. 12 – A Waupaca caller on Ware Street reported he was attempting to borrow money from a friend. Another intoxicated man at the end of the bar threatened to take the caller outside.
Oct. 12 – An Embarrass caller on Grand Avenue reported her ex was at this location dropping things off. She noticed her child was unbuckled in the car. She took the child to go into her house. The ex pushed her down, snatched the child and drove away with the child in his lap.
Oct. 13 – A Waupaca caller on Miracle Mountain Way reported there was someone standing in the road with a mask, a chainsaw and a body bag.
Oct. 13 – A Weyauwega caller on Guth Road reported a power line was on fire and smoke was coming off the top of the pole.
Oct. 13 – The Royalton Station reported a gas drive-off valued at $34. It was a black Hyundai.
Oct. 13 – A New London caller on Stage Road reported she detected carbon monoxide in her basement.
Oct. 14 – A New London caller on Broadway Street reported a woman has two dogs that are brother and sister and the dogs mated. The woman said when the pups are born she intends to “gas them and bury them.”
Oct. 14 – A caller reported the death of a 60-year-old man who was “cold and stiff.”
Oct. 14 – A Manawa caller on High Street reported a strong smell of gas in his residence.
Oct. 15 – An Embarrass caller on Bellvue Street reported three younger males fighting in the street and yelling and screaming.
Oct. 15 – A Clintonville caller on Laude Road reported a man threw bottles in his driveway the prior night.
Oct. 15 – A Fremont caller on Red Banks Road reported a male camper threatened him with a baseball bat.
Oct. 15 – A Manawa caller on Fuhs Road reported the death of her mother-in-law.
Oct. 15 – A New London man on Ebony Rose Lane reported finding a small-caliber pistol in the ditch.
Oct. 15 – A DNR warden spoke to a man about illegal baiting. The man said he was depressed and suicidal.
Oct. 15 – An Iola caller on Willkom Road reported a 32-year-old man was hit in the face with a shovel and has lacerations.
Oct. 15 – Waushara County Sheriff Department requested assistance in pursuit of a 2004 Honda Civic that was stolen at gunpoint from a residence.
Deer-auto collisions increased this week. Seven controlled burns were called in. Three horses were reported loose near Mountain Lake Road. A loose cow was reported near Flater Road. A German Shepherd-husky-malamute mix was reported missing in Fremont. An Iola man reported a loose horse on Stony Ridge Road. A cow was reported loose on Sievers Road. A dog bit a New London man delivering a package. A caller reported a loose horse near State Highway 22-54 and said, “It’s a stallion and naughty.”