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Waupaca County sheriff’s report June 13

June 10 – An anonymous caller reported a man driving a red 2014 Chevy pickup while heavily impaired.

June 10 – A male caller reported a boat that “flew through” the no-wake zone at full throttle.

June 10 – A woman approached a deputy’s squad car and reported her neighbor has sons that drive around on dirt bikes with modified exhaust systems that are extremely loud.

June 10 – A female caller reported her father-in-law followed her home from court in Shawano to her home in Marion.
June 10 – Fremont Citgo reported an abandoned silver Chrysler that had been sitting there for the past five days.

June 10 – The Wisconsin Veterans Home reported a resident had a suspicious fracture.

June 10 – A Weyauwega man on County Trunk AA reported he was harassed via Facebook about a vehicle he was working on and the owner refused to pay him.

June 10 – A Waupaca man on Pebble Run Drive reported a man drinking on a bridge and surmised the man might be camping out under the bridge.

June 10 – Outagamie County passed along an automated iPhone crash detection sound clip. A woman was crying in the background and a man in the background said, “You can over the hill too fast.”

June 11 – A Manawa man on Depot Street reported his friend was scammed out of $500. She paid a person in cash to rent a property and received a receipt. The person she paid did not own the property.

June 11 – An Iola woman on County Trunk P reported being a victim of identity theft and a person was trying to open accounts in her name.

June 11 – A Waupaca woman on Shambeau Trace requested an officer to remove a black man from her property. It sounded like her daughter’s boyfriend. The caller said the man was “laying around on the couch and wrecking it.”

June 11 – Waupaca High School reported a student brought a tobacco product to school.

June 11 – A Weyauwega man on Bigalke Road reported a male was run over by a lawnmower and did not get cut but had a lot of leg and shoulder pain.

June 11 – An anonymous caller reported a dark-haired mustached male in his 20s was dancing around wearing nothing but a winter jacket. The man flashed the caller.

June 12 – A Readfield man on Leitzke reported getting a call from a family member that was being threatened.

June 12 – Wisconsin Veterans Home reported finding brass knuckles and a stun gun in a resident’s room.

June 12 – A female caller reported a homeowner that runs an AirBnB was harassing her. In order to get a refund, AirBnB said she needed to file a police report.

June 12 – Rawhide Youth Services reported a student attacked a staff member and the staffer went to the E.R. for a facial injury.

June 12 – A Marion woman on Quarterline Road reported the death of a man that was found lying on the floor.

June 12 – Advanced Collateral Recovery reported they were repossessing a vehicle at a given address.

June 12 – An Iola woman on Carper Road reported hearing a gunshot from outside her window.

June 12 – A Waupaca man on Pine Lane reported the neighbor’s pit bull tried to attack a juvenile and a dog.

June 12 – A female caller reported a white male dressed in all black came up to her door and knocked and left heading towards the Bridge Bar.

June 12 – A Waupaca man on Golke Road reported a 28-year-old female that was extremely intoxication and floating in and out of consciousness.

June 13 – A Weyauwega woman on Haire Road reported her son threatened to harm her because he was caught stealing and was going to court.

June 13 – A Marion woman on State Highway 110 reported she called a wrong number last week. Now people from the number she called were calling her and leaving “not-so-nice messages.”

June 13 – A Clintonville man on Jepson Road reported a suspicious white pickup parked along the road for the past two and half days.

June 13 – A Manawa man on Hanson Road reported a trespasser in a truck “tearing up the field” across the street from his address.

There was a below average amount of deer-auto collisions during this period. Five controlled burns were called in. The water patrol stopped two boats. Two deputies helped two different turtles cross the road. A dog bit an Iola woman biking on Mud Lake Road. A Marion woman on Peterson Road reported finding a lost horse.

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