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Waupaca County sheriff’s report Jan. 28

Jan. 22 – Canadian National Railroad reported a suspicious man walking westbound on the tracks.

Jan. 22 – An anonymous caller reported a juvenile runaway.

Jan. 22 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway and also a suspicious vehicle at the end of Rawhide Road.

Jan. 23 – A New London man on Robe Road reported he was attacked by dogs while walking by a property with logging equipment.

Jan. 23 – Clintonville Police Department reported a man was trespassing by riding a lawnmower on closed snowmobile trails.

Jan. 23 – A Big Falls caller on Main Street reported a suspicious white SUV parked near a house that has been empty for months.

Jan. 23 – Weyauwega-Fremont High School reported an altercation involvling a male student.

Jan. 23 – A Waupaca woman on Whitetail Trail called twice reporting snowmobiles riding on closed trails.

Jan. 23 – A Waupaca caller on Lind Center Road reported a suspicious man ringing her doorbell and peering in the living room window. The man drove a GMC Envoy.

Jan. 24 – A Waupaca caller on 10th Street requested an ambulance for a 41-year-old man with a heart condition who was weak, lethargic and dehydrated.

Jan. 24 – A Waupaca caller on Harrington Road reported a suspicious man at the end of her driveway. She waved at him to move along and he stared at her looking confused. The man ran into an empty farmhouse where nobody lives.

Jan. 24 – Winnebago County Sheriff requested a welfare check on a man who was at the dentist and whose demeanor was off. He made a comment that his mother was locked in the bathroom.

Jan. 24 – A Waupaca caller on County Trunk A reported a vehicle passes by his home every day. It has no muffler and it shakes his house.

Jan. 24 – A Weyauwega woman on Zabel Road reported a white pickup was “tearing up the driveway and the people are digging through the garbage.”

Jan. 24 – A Clintonville man on Robert Street reported coyote hunters were shooting in all directions and almost shot the caller. He confronted them and they flipped him off while still holding their firearms.

Jan. 24 – A Waupaca caller on Union Street reported a man and woman were sending him threatening text messages regarding a van.

Jan. 24 – A Clintonville caller on Buelow Road reported two groups of students have been feuding for the past year and this resulted in a fight around Halloween. One student is the primary aggressor and was messaging the caller.

Jan. 24 – A Waupaca caller on Park View Way reported she was in Florida and a suspicious dark-colored Charger backed up to her shed and garage. She was notified by a neighbor. She requested a deputy look into it.

Jan. 24 – A female caller reported a pile of mulch that was smoldering and might be on fire.

Jan. 24 – A Milwaukee man was retrieving his child per court order. He went to the mother’s house and she tried to run over the caller with her truck. She did hit the caller’s vehicle several times.

Jan. 24 – A Waupaca caller on Demarest Avenue reported a man and woman were walking down Eighth Street and “playing chicken” in the roadway.

Jan. 25 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile caused property damage.

Jan. 25 – A Wausau caller reported her daughter’s boyfriend was calling her and threatening and harassing her.

Jan. 25 – A Scandinavia caller on Nottleson Road reported she was babysitting and the parents were in a domestic dispute that turned physical.

Jan. 25 – A 911 caller reported a fire close to the house that was caused by a deep fryer.

Jan. 25 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a resident with dementia had an injury and could not recall how it occurred.

Jan. 25 – Rustic Woods Campground reported someone broke into their shed.

Jan. 25 – A Waupaca caller on High Street reported banging on her entry door and someone saying, “Help me.” It was an elderly man who fell on the ice.

Jan. 26 – An Iola man on County Trunk J requested a welfare check on his father who sent a message that he was going to shoot himself and to “take care of grandma.”

Jan. 26 – An unknown caller reported he believed his wife overdosed on muscle relaxants.

Jan. 26 – A Weyauwega man on Zabel Road reported evicted renters came in and “took anything of value.”

Jan. 26 – A New London woman on Weiland Road reported a fraud involving electronic checks.

Jan. 26 – A Waupaca woman on Brittany Lane reported a contractor failed to finish a basement remodel.

Jan. 26 – Outagamie County Sheriff Office requested a check on a Waupaca address concerning a male and female involved in a drug case.

Jan. 26 – A New London woman on Bean City Road reported her boyfriend attacked her. She was not injured but a knife was involved.

Jan. 27 – A Waupaca woman on Granite Street reported hearing a gunshot and seeing a muzzle flash.

Jan. 27 – A Waupaca man on Covered Bridge Road reported a suspicious man talking to himself, rummaging through mailboxes and lighting people’s mail on fire.

Jan. 27 – ThedaCare in Appleton requested help contacting a man with “life-threatening lab results.” The man previously mentioned to his sister about “going back to the shed and end it.”

Jan. 27 – A New London man on Jennings Road reported being threatened by a man about a stored vehicle.

Jan. 27 – A Waupaca woman on Butts Drive reported suspicious people wearing all black in her woods and shining flashlights.

Jan. 27 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.

Jan. 27 – Thedacare in Waupaca reported a highly intoxicated and suicidal female was in ER because she swallowed bleach.

Jan. 28 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a student struck another student and the student was cut under the eye. No ambulance needed.

Jan. 28 – Taco Bell in Waupaca reported an intoxicated female was in the restaurant.

There was an increase in deer-auto collisions during this period. Thirty-five controlled burns were called in. An Iola caller reported a sick raccoon in her driveway. A 911 caller reported cattle were walking on the ice on the Little Wolf River and was concerned they would fall through. An anonymous caller reported an injured Irish Setter lying in the roadway. A Manawa caller reported black and brown steers in the roadway.

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