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Waupaca County sheriff’s report June 2

  • May 24- An unknown caller reported the theft of a boat trailer.
  • May 24 – A person from St. Paul’s Lutheran Church reported a suspicious older model silver Ford truck in the parking lot.
  • May 24 – La Margarita in Weyauwega reported an incident where some people were kicked out of the bar and a hit-and-run occurred.
  • May 24 – An unknown caller reported a mother kicked out a juvenile and punched her. The daughter started hitting her mother. The mother turned violent and was “ripping her hair.”
  • May 24 – A Big Falls woman on Chester Street reported a child of a neighbor came over and asked to play with her son. She told him to go home. The boy started swearing and threatened to shoot her husband in the head.
  • May 24 – A deputy reported that a woman flagged him down and reported that a Hispanic male tried to lure her child into his black SUV at Hatten Park.
  • May 24 – A Weyauwega man on East Street reported two men were arguing and a woman was trying to break it up.
  • May 25 – A Waupaca woman on County Trunk E reported a suspicious knock on her door at 5 a.m.
  • May 25 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home in King requested a deputy to help with two residents with “bad attitudes” that were in a physical and verbal altercation. Both wear in electric wheelchairs.
  • May 25 – An Appleton man reported he and his girlfriend were on his property riding a four wheeler. The four wheeler broke down and the girlfriend left on foot to go back to the truck. Now he could not find her.
  • May 25 – An anonymous caller reported the “teenage female next door is having a meltdown.”
  • May 25 – An Iola man on Iola Street reported a blue UTV was speeding around town and driving all over the road.
  • May 25 – A caller reported she was in a verbal argument with her husband. He threatened her and left in a white Chevy Silverado.
  • May 25 – A Waupaca woman on Bags Hill Road reported a man and a woman physically fighting. Two men were involved and the woman had bruises.
  • May 25 – A Waupaca woman on Woodland Circle reported her children were playing at the baseball field earlier and there was a man in the dugout that looked like he was staying there. He was hiding something in the rafters. He was wearing something on his ankle.
  • May 26 – A New London woman on Stage Road reported trespassers on her property that were pounding on a wall of her house. There was a bunch of holes on the siding. This has been an ongoing issue for three years.
  • May 26 – Fremont RV Campground requested extra patrol through the campground on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. They were “having issues with guests.”
  • May 26 – The Fremont Fire Department reported a suspicious red truck sitting in their parking lot for the last five days.
  • May 26 – A Manawa woman reported a break in where the doors appeared to be “forced open” and the cash drawers were wide open.
  • May 26 – A caller requested a welfare check on his alcoholic mother that nobody has spoken to in a month. She was living with a new boyfriend that “doesn’t sound like a good person.”
  • May 26 – ThedaCare at Home reported the death of a man who was scheduled for a nurse’s home care visit.
  • May 26 – A caller reported her husband was intoxicated and wants her to leave the house.
  • May 26 –A Hortonville caller reported a person broke into his cabin and stole numerous items, including a four wheeler.
  • May 26 – An anonymous caller requested a welfare check on a juvenile male that sent text messages that he’s “going to be with the Lord,” and other hints that he might harm himself.
  • May 26 – Econolodge in Waupaca reported two women were fighting in a room.
  • May 26 – An anonymous caller reported a large underage drinking party.
  • May 27 – A Clintonville man on Brix Street reported a woman screaming outside.
  • May 27 – A 911 caller reported two people passed out in a KIA with loud music blaring.
  • May 27 – A male caller reported a missing riding lawnmower. It was on the trailer in Waupaca. It wasn’t on the trailer in Fremont.
  • May 27 – An Ogdensburg man reported a gas drive-off at Sandbur Corners valued at $98. It was a black Ford F150 and the caller took photos of the vehicle.
  • May 27 – A Stevens Point man reported he was kicked out of the Indian Crossing Casino and the bartender took away his drink.
  • May 27 – A New London woman on Stage Road reported an unknown number of trespassers were shooting projectiles at her house. It was stinky and her eyes were burning.
  • May 28 – Corner Express in Embarrass reported an elderly driver in a Black SUV drove off without paying for fuel and ice.
  • May 28 – Outagamie County Sheriff Office reported two semis carrying generators took out power lines and caused significant damage in Dale. The truckers stopped in Fremont.
  • May 28 – The Waupaca Thrift Store reported the store was broken into, the safe “looks to be blown up,” money was missing and the back-door locks were broken.
  • May 28 – A Waupaca caller on Cleghorn Road reported her boyfriend beat her up a week and a half ago.
  • May 28 – A Manawa caller on Depot Street reported he was contact through Facebook messenger and later he received a check. He thought it might be a scam.
  • May 28 – An unknown caller reported two juvenile runaways departed from Rawhide.
  • May 28 – A caller representing Marathon County reported a person called them and said their mother was at the Econolodge in Waupaca and had been drugged.
  • May 29 – A Clintonville man on Kratzke Road reported a tree fell down and the neighbor threw the branches in his field.
  • May 29 – A Waupaca caller on Marion Lane reported a suspicious man in his 40s on her property.
  • May 29 – A Waupaca caller on Fifth Street reported her neighbor has been drinking and was yelling and screaming in his driveway. He also suspected the neighbor was smoking pot as well.
  • May 29 – Northport Convenience Store reported a man was sleeping behind the building. He said he was going to Stevens Point for school and asked if he could charge his phone.
  • May 29 – An Ogdensburg woman reported load music and a noisy generator coming from a nearby address.
  • May 29 – The Filling Station in Waupaca reported having a man on camera stealing a bunch of lottery tickets. He keeps coming back to the premise and goes across the street to Econolodge.
  • May 30 – A Waupaca man on Pryse Drive reported a suspicious man trespassing on a neighbor’s property wearing black pants and a black jacket. He had blue hair and a mustache.
  • May 30 – Fremont RV Campground requested help removing a man who was living there.
  • May 30 – A Waupaca caller on Ashley Court reported someone opened a utility account in her name.
  • May 30 – Little Wolf High School reported a student left in a “loud, jacked-up truck” after admitting stealing a teacher’s credit card.
  • May 30 – Statewide Recovery Specialists reported they were repossessing a 2010 black Chevy Traverse and a 2016 Chrysler.
  • May 30 – A Waupaca woman on Western Avenue reported a man was yelling loud obscenities.
  • May 30 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported an out-of-control resident in the dementia ward.
  • May 31 – A Weyauwega man on Timber Lane reported a suspicious blue cooler with a white lid in the ditch. It was taped shut and smelled like something dead was inside.
  • May 31 – A Waupaca woman on Lindee Lane reported a black, beat-up Toyota Camry pulled into her driveway. A male with scraggly facial hair and a backpack got out. When the caller asked if she could help him, he ran back to his car.
  • May 31 – A Manawa caller on River Road reported her boyfriend’s mother was threatening to kill her. This has been going on for months.
  • May 31 – A local bartender reported a highly intoxicated woman was at the entrance of the bar and would not leave.
  • May 31 – A Waupaca caller on Amy Lane reported his wife took 20 sleeping pills.
  • May 31 – A New London caller on Pine Street reported her neighbor’s pit bull came into her yard and attacked her dog.
  • May 31 – An Iola caller on County Trunk P reported a white truck took out her and her neighbor’s mailboxes and kept on driving.
  • May 31 – A New London woman on Meartz Road reported suspicious people loading things into a truck at a place where no one was supposed to be.
  • May 31 – A Clintonville man on Beaver Creek Road reported a suspicious Dodge with a loud muffler circling around the block at slow speeds.
  • June 1 – A Marion caller on Meyer Street reported his roommate told him his “goal was to drink himself to death.”
  • June 1 – An Ogdensburg woman on Black lake Road reported a suspicious vehicle with a load muffler driving up and down the road.
  • June 2 – ThedaCare reported an intoxicated man sitting in a red truck in visitor parking.
  • June 2- A Waupaca caller on Larsen Road reported finding some abandoned property on her land and noticed the door of her house was propped open.
  • June 2 – A female caller reported two men fighting and one of them was swinging an anchor.
  • June 2 – A Weyauwega man on Evanswood Road reported a man threatened him and his wife.
  • June 2 – A Waupaca caller on Cleghorn Road reported her ex-boyfriend came to her house while she was sleeping, put his hands around her neck and threatened to choke her.
  • There was an above average amount of deer-auto collisions during this period. Fourteen controlled burns were called in. The water patrol stopped 26 boats. A Waupaca woman on Augusta Lane was bitten by a dog. A Marion man reported a loose Rottweiler and a German shepherd. A caller reported an “excessive amount of horse manure” on the road after a trail-riding event. A Clintonville man on Swamp Road reported a horse running loose. A caller reported a mini pony escaped. A caller reported an injured Sandhill crane in the roadway. ThedaCare in New London reported a woman was bitten by her dog. The Waupaca County Highway Department reported cattle in the roadway. An Iola woman hit a turkey and it smashed the windshield of her Nissan. An injured eagle was reported in the roadway. A deputy assisted a DNR warden in removing a road-killed bobcat. A Rosholt man reported an injured bald eagle in the road. There were three reports of dogs locked in vehicles with the windows rolled up.
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