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Waupaca County sheriff’s report March 31

  • March 25 – A New London man on Bear Creek Road reported his neighbor was trespassing on his land. The man said he exhausted all efforts by phone, text messages and face-to face conversations and the neighbor keeps trespassing.
  • March 25 – A female caller requested a welfare check on a man dressed in all black who was staggering and walking sideways in and out of traffic.
    March 25 – A Menasha woman reported the death of a 73-year-old man. He did not answer the door and his vehicle was in the driveway when the caller checked on him.
  • March 25 – An Appleton woman requested a welfare check on a man who was drinking alcohol and feeling suicidal.
  • March 25 – A female caller reported a woman was harassing her over the phone and through text messages.
  • March 25 – A Waupaca woman on Jefferson Street reported her boyfriend was intoxicated and he left after an argument. He came back but was still upset.
  • March 26 – Branch One of the Waupaca Circuit Courts requested an officer go out to the parking lot to be sure a disturbance between two parties in the courtroom did not escalate further after they left the courthouse.
  • March 26 – A Waupaca man on Silver Lake Drive reported a hit-and-run. The call was translated from Spanish to English.
  • March 26 – Thedacare in Waupaca reported a juvenile was accidently shot by another juvenile with a pellet gun. The juvenile on the receiving end had a puncture wound in his left arm.
  • March 26 – A Tigerton woman on Ledge Street reported a residence where nobody lived but now there were two suspicious people at the house.
  • March 26 – A Waupaca woman on William Drive reported hearing someone in the house and she locked herself in the bathroom and called 911.
  • March 26 – A New London woman on County Trunk T reported a suspicious silver Ford F150 parked in front of her residence.
  • March 27 – A New London woman on County Trunk WW reported a woman was screaming at her at Schueller’s bar and grill and then tailgated her to New London while flipping off the caller.
  • March 27 – Haufschildts’s Brew Haus in Weyauwega reported a man was causing a disturbance.
  • March 28 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home in King reported they captured a floating dock and they tied it up to their dock for the owner to retrieve it.
  • March 28 – A Fremont woman on Hidden Pine Road reported the neighbor put up a new shed and many people were coming and going out of it and a strange smell was coming from the shed.
  • March 28 – A Waupaca man on Main Street reported his sister came over while he was moving and she hit his female friend, leaving her with a large lump on her head.
  • March 29 – A Waupaca woman on Parfreyvillle Road reported her father’s firearm was stolen.
  • March 29 – A Waupaca woman on King Road reported her neighbor’s were shooting firearms and she heard the sound of breaking glass.
  • March 29 – A Waupaca man on Sunnyview Lane reported a female was being disorderly on his property and he wanted her removed.
  • March 29 – Sandbur Corners reported a theft valued at &49. The male driver of a gold Ford Ranger took off westbound toward Iola.
  • March 30 – An Ogdensburg woman on Swamp Road reported “female came after male with a hammer after dog peed in the house.”
  • March 30 – A Waupaca woman on Covered Bridge Road requested a welfare check on a person. A package was left outside the door and the deadbolt was missing. There was also a foul odor coming from the apartment.
  • March 30 – A Waupaca woman on County Trunk E reported a male in a silver Buick with South Dakota plates pulled a pistol on her.
  • March 30 – Rawhide Youth Services reported two juvenile runaways.
  • March 31 – An anonymous caller reported an underage drinking party and people were smoking marijuana.
  • March 31 – Chain One Stop reported a suspicious man loitering around outside the store.
  • March 31 – A Weyauwega woman on High Street reported a man was kicked out of a bar three times and then threw a rock through the front window.
  • There was a slight increase in deer-auto collisions during this period. Fifteen controlled burns were called in. ThedaCare reported a Weyauwega woman was bitten by her own barn cat and in another call a woman was bitten by a neighbor’s dog. A Waupaca man requested an officer dispatch a raccoon injured by a vehicle. An anonymous caller reported some skinny horses that were not being fed. ThedaCare in Shawano reported a woman was bitten by her own dog.
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