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Waupaca County sheriff’s report May 20-23

  • May 20 – An unknown male caller was reported to be very upset with the county clerk’s office. He yelled and commented about issues with his ex-wife. He said, “I got you good. You’re dead now.”
  • May 20 – A Clintonville man on Swamp Road reported the theft of a skid loader and had a video of a person taking it.
  • May 20 – A Waupaca woman on West Gates Acres Road reported a suspicious male teenager sitting in the neighbor’s ditch and wearing no shoes, only pants and headphones.
  • May 20 – A Weyauwega man on maple Grove Road reported three suspicious vehicles sitting at a location for 30 minutes.
  • May 21 – A New London caller on Weiland Road reported a bag of money was taken from her car.
  • May 21 – A Waupaca caller on Oakland Drive reported his house was broken into from the front window and he saw someone running away with a bag.
  • May 21 – An Ogdensburg man on County Trunk EE reported a noise complaint and had a recording of the loud music.
  • May 21 – A 911 caller reported she received a text message from a man that said he “was done” and “thanks for everything.” He also mentioned he was drinking. When the caller asked if he had a plan or any weapons he did not reply.
  • May 21 – A 911 caller reported a tree hit a power line and started a fire but the rainfall extinguished the flames. The lines were down in the roadway. This call was followed by numerous calls from all over the county about downed utility lines and fallen trees in the road.
  • May 22 – A Waupaca man on School Street reported a woman will not get out of his car. He was going to give her a ride to Milwaukee, however; she will not cough up some gas money so the caller wants her out of his car.
  • May 22 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a juvenile runaway.
  • May 22 – An Iola woman on King Olavs Lane reported a man who was with her was getting physical and she had been drinking.
  • May 22- A Clintonville caller on McKinley Avenue reported a man was walking down Cedarhurst Drive while talking to himself and saying, “I’m going to find someone and club them in the head. I just want my PCP.”
  • May 22 – An Eau Claire man walked into the sheriff’s office and claimed he must have en electronic chip embedded in him because his feet were getting shocked.
  • May 23 – A Weyauwega caller on State Highway 10 reported her boyfriend that was out on probation was drinking.
  • May 23 – A Waupaca woman on Ware Road reported she received a call about her son. The caller had a lot of information about her family and believed the call had a threatening nature.
  • May 23 – The Citgo in Bear Creek reported an intoxicated man was passed out, woke up and was now walking around.
  • May 23 – A Waupaca woman on Rural Road reported the theft of a snowmobile trailer.
  • May 23- A Clintonville woman on Morning Glory Drive reported her ex-sister-in-law and husband and were outside screaming at their children.
  • There was an average number of deer-auto collisions during this period. Three controlled burns were called in. The water patrol stopped two boats. An Iola man on County Trunk GG reported a cow in the roadway. A caller reported a brown cow along the shoulder of State Highway 10.
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