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Waupaca County sheriff’s report Feb. 11

Feb. 5 – An Appleton woman reported a suspicious white semi with no license plates. She said she had training in sex trafficking awareness and this situation met all of the criteria.

Feb. 5 – A Clintonville woman reported he received a text message from her ex-daughter-in-law stating the caller’s son said he took some pills and was going to shoot himself.

Feb. 5 – A 911 caller reported a house fire on Cut Off Road.

Feb. 5 – A Waupaca woman on Waupaca Road reported her mailbox was smashed the night before and a piece of a vehicle’s side mirror was left behind.

Feb. 5 – A Fremont man on Pines Road reported his neighbor’s dogs were on his property again.

Feb. 5 – A Waupaca woman on East Road reported finding underwear, socks and a piece of red clothing in her woods.

Feb. 5 – An Iola woman on Maple Ridge Trail reported hearing machine gun fire to the south of her residence.

Feb. 5 – An anonymous caller provided an address where a man was living in a camper. The caller said the man was drinking heavily, “acting crazy,” had weapons in the camper and was probably violating his bond conditions.

Feb. 6 – ACR Repo reported they were repossessing a 2012 Nissan Rogue.
Feb. 6 – A Clintonville woman on Albert Road reported getting harassing phone calls from her son’s ex-girlfriend.

Feb. 6 – A Scandinavia man on County Trunk B reported hearing his dog barking and a suspicious man was walking outside.

Feb. 6 – A Waupaca man on Schrock Road reported a suspicious white truck pulled off on the Radley Creek access and turned off its lights.

Feb. 6 – An Embarrass woman on Depot Street reported her boyfriend that was staying with her would not leave. She found out he was cheating on her and she wants him gone.
Feb. 7 – A Waupaca man on Ware Street reported a woman stated she was going to take her and her sister’s life. He previolusly attempted suicide by drinking bleach and asphyxiation.

Feb. 7 – A male caller reported trespassers on his land and they were recorded on cameras.

Feb. 7 – Rawhide Youth Services reported $1,200 in damage to some doors.

Feb. 7 – An unknown caller reported someone tried stealing the catalytic converter off his truck and it was damaged.

Feb. 7 – A 911 caller reported a male walking down the road wearing a trench coat and boxer shorts. He was talking to himself and “acting crazy as something is wrong.”

Feb. 7 – A male caller reported a man with his pants down and fondling himself in a brown-colored Ford.

Feb. 7 – A Waupaca woman on Lindee Road reported a 40-year-old woman seemed to be going through withdrawal. She was semi-conscious and the caller did not know if she took any drugs.

Feb. 7 – A caller on Military Road reported a 60-year-old man fell out of his semi and was hanging upside down. The caller helped him get right-side up. The man was “confused and dazed.”

Feb. 7 – The Waupaca Foundry reported a man with a foot injury that was bleeding heavily.

Feb. 8 – A Weyauwega caller on Sunset Court reported her sister-in-law called her and said she was notified by the Neenah Police Department that the caller’s mother-in-law threatened to kill her family.

Feb. 8 – A Manawa woman on Walnut Street reported a suspicious man in his 30s, knocking on doors on Walnut Street.

Feb. 8 – A Waupaca man on County Trunk K reported two suspicious men in their 20s wearing hooded sweatshirts and holding duffel bags walking in circles.

Feb. 8 – Dollar General in Waupaca reported a 54-year-old man accidently discharged a handgun in the parking lot and shot himself in the leg.

Feb. 9 – A Marion woman on Hintz Road reported she was scammed through an email and her computer and online banking services were hacked.

Feb. 9 – An Iola woman on Curtis Lane reported a cognitively impaired man went missing. He was on foot and without a coat.

Feb. 9 – A Clintonville man on Paape Road reported his ex-wife was threatening to withhold his child.

Feb. 9 – An anonymous caller reported a suspicious white van with a broken back window that was not covered.

Feb. 9 – Waupaca High School reported a student wrote a suicide note.

Feb. 9 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a male resident was attaching the staff.

Feb. 9 – Go Riteway Transportation reported a light blue four-door Honda attempted to pass a school bus when it had its flashers on and stop sign extended.

Feb. 9 – A Bear Creek woman on State Highway 45 reported her husband poisoned the family dog and she does not feel safe.

Feb. 9 – A cell phone caller reported receiving a call from a man who said he was in a lot of pain and “did not want to be here anymore.”

Feb. 10 – A New London caller on Bean City Road reported smelling cigarette smoke and though that people were trying to get into her home.

Feb. 10 – A Waupaca caller on Royalton Street reported he wanted to kill himself.

Feb. 10 – An Iola woman on Nelson Road reported a skid steer was stolen from her yard the previoius night.

Feb. 10 – A Waupaca caller on Granite Street reported three men tried breaking down her door.

Feb. 10 – A New London woman on Klatt Road reported two male teenagers were walking up and down Klatt Road with a long, skinny device.

Feb. 10 – A Waupaca woman on Golke Road reported her purse and work bag were stolen out of her car.

Feb. 11 – A male caller reported the theft of two trail cameras.

There were few deer-auto collisions during this period. Eleven controlled burns were called in.

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