Oct. 16 – The town chair of Caledonia reported taking a dozen complaints of multiple children at an address that were taunting passing vehicles.
Oct. 16 – A Waupaca caller on Anderson Lane reported his stepson stole his black Ford F150 truck.
Oct. 16 – A Waupaca woman on Country Trunk A reported trespassing and agricultural damage.
Oct. 16 – A male caller reported littering on his hunting property.
Oct. 16 – A Manawa caller on Drath Lane reported her identity was stolen. She received notification of a hotel stay in Manchester, Tennessee. She did not stay there and it was paid for with a Discover card she does not own.
Oct. 16 – An unknown caller requested a welfare check on a man who lives with his mother. He sounded suicidal and homicidal.
Oct. 16 – A New London man on Dawn Drive reported a missing .38-caliber revolver.
Oct. 16 – A Waupaca woman on High Street reported a white car, possibly a BMW, following her. When she turned into Dollar General, a passenger in the car waved a handgun at her.
Oct. 16 – Marin Police Department reported shots fired in the city.
Oct. 17 – A Fremont woman on County Trunk H reported she has a standing agreement that her neighbor can use her lawn mower. Now the mower is missing.
Oct. 17 – A Weyauwega man reported a TV was missing from his mother’s room.
Oct. 17 – An Embarrass man on High Street reported a mother was driving with children in her lap.
Oct. 17 – A Waupaca man on Setter Lane reported speaking with a juvenile who was with his ex-wife. The child told him that other children were doing dangerous things with gasoline and motorbikes.
Oct. 18 – Cobblestone Inn and Suites in Fremont reported a man came back to his room at 2 a.m. and was been pacing up and down the hall with his pants half down.
Oct. 18 – A juvenile caller reported his friend’s phone was hacked and the perpetrators were holding some pictures hostage after taking over an account.
Oct. 18 – A New London man on Beacon Avenue reported a Chevy Suburban on fire.
Oct. 18 – A Clintonville woman on Sunset Road reported seeing some thin horses that looked unfed and neglected.
Oct. 18 – An unknown caller reported a delusional woman wearing a tan jacket was by a railroad crossing.
Oct. 18 – Rawhide Youth Services reported two juvenile runaways.
Oct. 18 – An Iola woman on Mill Street reported a domestic situation that involved alcohol and was starting to get physical.
Oct. 18 – A Waupaca woman on Melody Lane reported something hit her house or climbed on top of her house. She was too afraid to look outside.
Oct. 18 – A Waupaca man on School Street reported his buddy chased him with a golf club and threatened to kill him.
Oct. 18 – A Marion woman on Main Street reported a male roommate was drinking and being loud and belligerent.
Oct. 18 – A Waupaca woman on Bartlett Street reported hearing pounding and someone screaming, “I will cut your tongue off,” and “Get back over here you [expletive].”
Oct. 18 – A Waupaca caller on Lambs Quarter Lane requested a welfare check of an employee of the Wisconsin Veterans Home. She was supposed to return home from work last night. She called the vet home and they stated she was no longer at work.
Oct. 19 – An Embarrass woman on Grand Avenue reported her ex was blackmailing her.
Oct. 19 – Seguin Accelerated reported a dog bit one of their delivery drivers and the bite broke the skin.
Oct. 19 – A Manawa caller on Nicolai Road reported a juvenile yelled at her and threw her into a refrigerator. The next day he came after her with a knife. Today the juvenile is agitated.
Oct. 19 – An anonymous caller reported a residence where there was a couch-surfing mother with a baby. The caller was concerned because the mother’s boyfriend fired a gun near the baby and shot himself in the leg.
Oct. 19 – A New London caller on Cedarhurst Drive reported a stolen stop sign.
Oct. 20 – The New London School District reported a red SUV possibly driven by a female did not stop for the school bus when the stop sign arm was extended and lights were flashing. They also reported similar situation with a white Jeep.
Oct. 20 – A Waupaca caller on Churchill Street reported she drove an intoxicated man home and he yelled at her for driving too slow and not picking him up fast enough. He then slammed her head into the driver’s door window.
Oct. 20 – A Manawa woman on County Trunk O reported a gold Chevrolet Cobalt was speeding in the left lane and the passengers were smoking something and “it is not a cigarette.”
Oct. 20 – Canadian National Railroad reported a train struck two dogs. One died and the other was badly injured. They also reported a trespassing female walking around on the tracks with an infant.
Oct. 20 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile attacked the staff.
Oct. 20 – Eastside Mobil Express in Waupaca reported a man screaming about weapons.
Oct. 21 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk K reported he and his wife were being harassed by a man on Facebook.
Oct. 21 – A Waupaca caller on Pine Lane reported there were five people at his neighbor’s house firing pistols in the direction of his house.
Oct. 21 – A Waupaca caller on Crystal Lake Road reported a schizophrenic woman was trying to leave the house.
Oct. 21 – An anonymous caller reported she was on a Chain O’ Lakes-related board. She believes she is being harassed by boaters because of what was said at a recent meeting.
Oct. 21 – A New London caller on County Trunk W reported he was kicked in the back while at a bar. He stated he was driving home because he was kicked out of the bar.
Oct. 21 – A 911 caller reported the death of a 50-year-old woman. She was unresponsive, had no pulse and was not breathing.
Oct. 22 – A Weyauwega woman on Behnke Road reported the death of 70-year-old woman who was found cold to the touch.
Oct. 22 – A New London caller on Oshkosh Street reported a man’s death.
Oct. 22 – A Clintonville caller on Lakeshore Drive reported two duck hunters in kayaks were shooting towards her house.
Oct. 22 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile broke some furniture, threatened to harm another person and was now on the roof.
Deer-auto collisions increased this week. Two controlled burns were called in. Three dogs were reported running loose in the road. An Iola woman on Carper Road reported four horses in her yard. A dog bit a Scandinavia woman on the arm while she was walking near Elm Valley Road.