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Waupaca County sheriff’s report April 21

  • April 15 – A Manawa woman on Garrity Road reported a man was harassing her and stalking her at her workplace.
  • April 15 – The Waupaca County Human Society reported a person brought in a bag of abandoned kittens that were found outside of Weyauwega.
  • April 15 – An Iola caller on Bricco Road reported a 56-year old man needed help. The caller suspected alcohol poisoning.
  • April 15 – A Waupaca man on Leroy Butler Drive reported fraudulent charges happening with his financial accounts.
  • April 15 – A Fremont woman on Waupaca Street reported finding a small dirty child outside with no pants on. The caller could not find the parents.
  • April 15 – An Ogdensburg man on County Trunk K reported finding a bullet hole in his trailer.
  • April 15 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile was spitting, throwing things and getting physical with the staff.
  • April 15 – A 911 caller reported an intoxicated person wearing a tie-dye shirt and jeans drove to a store to buy alcohol and was yelling at the clerk.
  • April 16 – A Pleasant Prairie man reported he purchased a trailer that is older than was described on the paperwork and it has a different VIN number.
  • April 16 – A Manawa man on Bridge Street reported his girlfriend was intoxicated and being violent and poked him in the eye.
  • April 16 – A New London woman on Zabel Road reported the death of a 74-year-old man.
  • April 16 – A Tigerton man on Hunting Road reported a suspicious man in a gray Ford that he believed might be wanted for thefts in the Bear Creek area.
  • April 18 – A Clintonville woman on Lakeshore Road reported the death of a person who was suicidal and sent her messages. The person took pills and drank alcohol.
  • April 18 – A Weyauwega woman on Arndt Road reported a neighbor was harassing a real estate agent and cleaning crew for a house she was trying to sell.
  • April 18 – A Scandinavia man on Hoyord Road reported his bank notified him of fraudulent charges on his account valued at $6,000 this week and thousands more in prior weeks.
  • April 19 – The New London Police Department reported they received a report that a person frequently drives drunk with a juvenile in the car.
  • April 19 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home in King reported the theft of $50 from a dementia patient.
  • April 19 – Sanbur Corners in Ogdensburg reported a gas drive-off valued at $48.
  • April 19 – An unknown caller reported a juvenile runaway who had been gone for two hours and might have been heading toward the Iola High School.
  • April 20 – A Weyauwega woman called while arguing with a man and then hung up. A second called revealed she was in a dispute with her brother over legal documents.
  • April 20 – A Shawano man reported a person left tools on his property five years ago and never came back for them after multiple requests to come back and get them. The caller was now trying to sell the tools at an auction and the auctioneer is telling everyone that the tools are stolen goods.
  • April 20 – An Ogdensburg man on Knutson Lake Road reported multiple people were on his property taking down deer stands, trespassing in his field, pounding stakes and cutting down trees.
  • April 20 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile was having suicidal ideations, making comments about wrapping a cord around his neck or stabbing another person in the eye. They also reported a juvenile runaway.
  • April 20 – A 911 caller reported the death of a man in his 60s who suddenly passed out.
  • April 20 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a person assaulted a staff member.
  • April 20 – An Ogdensburg man on Granite Quarry Road reported a woman in the passenger seat of a vehicle was drinking alcohol.
  • April 21 – A Bear Creek man on County Trunk T reported a suspicious woman with a smashed-up car that came to his door looking for Alisha. The caller said there was no Alisha there.
  • There were few deer-auto collisions during this period. Four controlled burns were called in. An Ogdensburg woman reported a buffalo was on the loose. An Iola caller reported two horses running wild north of State Highway 161. A squirrel bit the left index finger of a Clintonville woman.
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