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Waupaca County Sheriff’s report April 4

April 1 – A male caller reported a problem with a neighbor who destroyed a cabinet used for fiber optic cables.

April 1 – ACR Repo reported they would be repossessing a gray 2011 GMC pickup and a black 2015 Nissan.

April 2 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a youth hit a staff member.

April 2 – A Bear Creek man on All Terrain Lane reported the theft of a UTV.

April 2 – A Cambridge caller reported she suspected that someone was living in her cabin. She did not live there full time. She noticed someone slept in the bed and moved some items around.

April 3 – A New London caller on Hansen Road reported smoke in her house. She heard a large bang and she thought the smoke might be coming from the ceiling.

  • April 3 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.

April 4 – A Waupaca caller on Park Lane reported a suspicious man hitchhiking towards Waupaca. The man jumped into traffic in an effort to get vehicles to stop.

April 4 – A Clintonville caller on Elm Tree Road reported a suspicious gray Ford with a male driver in his late 40s parked next to a daycare.

April 4 – A New London caller on Oakwood Lane reported he met a tenant at the Bean City Bar and Grill and they got into a dispute about the sale of a property.

April 4 – Assured Recovery reported they would be repossessing a black 2016 Ford Edge.

There were few deer-auto collisions during this period. There were many calls of disabled vehicles, vehicle crashes and vehicles stuck in the ditch during the April 2 snowfall. The heavy wet snow also caused many trees to go down and block roadways. Also many low-hanging and downed power lines were called in. Five controlled burns were reported. A Waupaca caller reported a loose St. Bernard that was chewing on a deer. The town of Mukwa reported a problem with a loose pit bull that was chasing people.

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