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Waupaca County sheriff’s report Jan. 21

Jan. 15 – The Red Mill Gift Shop reported the building was hit by paintballs between 3 p.m. the day before and 7 a.m. the next morning.

Jan. 15 – A Waupaca caller on Pryse Drive reported a Fed Ex truck with its brakes on fire was westbound on State Highway 10.

Jan. 15 – A Waupaca caller on Setter Lane reported a four wheeler was on fire in an attached garage.

Jan. 15 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home in King reported a person was missing $1,500 in cash.

Jan. 16 – A Waupaca caller on Whitetail Trail reported seeing snowmobiles in a farm field and off the designated trail and wasn’t sure if they had permission to drive out there.

Jan. 17 – A 911 caller requested extra patrols for his father-in-law’s house since he is the hospital. They found suspicious tracks in the snow and nobody is supposed to be there.

Jan. 17 – An Ogdensburg caller on Main Street reported her doorknob wasn’t working. She requested an officer to check her home. She wasn’t sure if the doorknob was stuck because of the cold or if someone was inside her house.

Jan. 17 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.

Jan. 17 – An Ogdensburg caller on Swamp Road reported a suspicious dark sedan with a caved-in window and a man sitting inside.

Jan. 17 – A New London caller on Cut Off Road reported someone broke into his father’s shop and it looked like a party was held there. A lantern was missing.

Jan. 17 – A Waupaca caller on Ware Street reported a man was walking up and down the street while yelling and swearing.

Jan. 18 – A Waupaca caller on Mary Street reported he got home and it appeared someone was trying to steal his trailer.

Jan. 18 – A Manawa man on Cemetery Road reported their car was parked the driveway and they found a cigarette butt jammed in the door crack. They were concerned someone was trespassing on their property.

Jan. 18 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile got into a physical altercation with the staff.

Jan. 18 – Kwik Trip on Fulton Street reported a male had an argument with someone in the lot and was now yelling in the store.

Jan 18 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk K reported she got a call from a juvenile female who said she was letting the cats in and heard a cough by the back door. The caller asked for officers to check the backyard.

Jan. 19 – A Waupaca caller on Sunnyview Road reported he recently purchased a 2014 Ford Fusion and believes the previous owner falsified and lied about the title of the vehicle.

Jan. 19 – A male caller reported a fire near Town Hall Road and East Circle J Road in the town of Dupont.

Jan. 19 – A Clintonville caller on Nature Road reported a auspicious white Jeep sitting at the end of her driveway. The vehicle drove by very slowly before stopping and also has been observed sitting down the road.

Jan 19 – A Waupaca caller on Pine Court reported fraudulent charges in excess of $6,000 on their credit card.

Jan. 19 – Dollar General in Marion reported a male customer stole a case of Twisted Tea.

Jan. 19 – A Scandinavia caller on Smokey Valley Road reported a suspicious red Jeep was sitting at the end of her driveway for 30 minutes.

Jan. 19 – A New London man on Collier Road reported a suspicious white van backed up to his fence line.

Jan. 20 – Chain One Stop in Waupaca reported an elderly black man was in the store and being disorderly. Employees asked him to leave and he refused. The man threw money on the counter, grabbed some stuff and ran out. He took off in a tan Buick.

Jan. 21 – A Clintonville caller on Hudson Road reported a suspicious male in his early 20s went into his house. The man said his name was T.J. and wasn’t going to leave. The man was now in the backyard.

Jan. 21 – A Marion caller on Ramsdell Street reported her half-brother took her Ford Escape without her permission.

Jan. 21 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile tore a microwave off the wall and threw it on the ground.

There was an above average number of vehicle crashes during this period. There were fewer than normal deer-auto collisions. Nineteen controlled burns were called in. Sheriff deputies made 14 snowmobiles stops. A called reported a loose horse on Magolski Road and possibly a dead horse on a nearby property. A caller reported two foxes were acting “distressed.” January and early February is fox mating season.

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