Waupaca County sheriff’s report Feb. 4
Jan. 29 – An unknown caller in Manawa reported a juvenile was refusing to go to school. There was screaming in the background.
Jan. 29 – Victory Church in Waupaca reported a catalytic converter was stolen off their bus.
Jan. 29 – A Waupaca man on Larsen Road reported a trespassing dirt bike rider who was travelling on a snowmobile trail that passed through his property.
Jan. 29 – A female caller reported she was scammed through Facebook and PayPal.
Jan. 29 – ACR Repo reported they would be repossessing a 2019 Chrysler Pacifica.
Jan. 30 – Royalton Station in New London reported a gas drive-off valued at $21. The person was driving a white car.
Jan. 30 – A Waupaca Woman on Round Lake Road reported a fraud where $1,060 was taken from her BMO account.
Jan. 30 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a runaway, a bullying incident and two youth throwing ice chunks at the staff.
Jan. 30 – A Waupaca woman on Washington Street reported she was upset because she learned that a sex offender was living next door to her and she was never notified.
Jan. 31 – A Tigerton man reported someone tried to open three accounts in his name.
Jan. 31 – A 911 caller reported an unresponsive 80-year-old man with a pulse but not breathing. He was cold to the touch.
Jan. 31 – An unknown caller reported a friend called her and said, “I need help.” The line disconnected. The caller tried calling the friend back and the call went to voicemail. A month ago the friend mentioned suicide.
Jan. 31 – A Weyauwega man on Evanswood Road reported that someone broke into two vehicles in his driveway in the night. Money and other items were missing.
Feb. 1 – The New London bus garage reported a black Ford F150 drove past a school bus with the stop sign arm extended and red lights flashing.
Feb. 1 – A Scandinavia caller on Weimann Road reported a man was threatening him. The man said he was coming over to get some property and said he was going to turn in the caller for drinking and driving on his four wheeler.
Feb. 1 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile hit a staff member.
Feb. 1 – A Waupaca woman on County Trunk E reported a suspicious white truck along the ditch and an older man in the truck was watching the caller’s granddaughter as she fed the horses.
Feb. 1 – A Weyauwega woman on Hillside Drive reported a suspicious SUV driving up and down the road.
Feb. 1 – A male caller reported suspicious vehicles driving up and down the road.
Feb. 2 – A Weyauwega caller on Wisconsin Street reported he was with a man who claimed he was assaulted.
Feb. 2 – An Ogdensburg man on Granite Quarry Road reported his X-Box was stolen.
Feb. 2 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile hit the staff multiple times.
Feb. 2 – A Waupaca woman on Raymond Drive reported she was scammed out of $120 in a rental property fraud.
Feb. 3 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
Feb. 4 – An Iola woman on Wolf River Road reported her neighbors were lighting fireworks to purposefully startle her horses.
Feb. 4 – A Little Chute woman reported the death of a man who was 70 or 71 years old.
Feb. 4 – A male caller reported finding a bag of garbage containing vials, syringes and Gatorade bottles.
There was an average number of deer-auto collisions during this period. Thirty-seven controlled burns were called in. Shawano ER reported a dog bit its owner. ThedaCare New London reported a dog bite. An Iola man reported his dog bit a woman in the thigh. An unknown caller reported a stray Corgi mix that was almost hit in the road. It had a collar but would not let the caller get close. A Waupaca woman reported a mangy mastiff dog in the middle of the road that would not stop scratching itself.