• Dec. 6 – Waupaca Police advised that a resident stole mail out of a mailbox and took money out of an envelope.
• Dec. 6 – A resident of the 300 block of Granite Street in Waupaca reported that a bottle of medication was taken.
• Dec. 3 – A resident of Popke Place, New London reported that a climbing tree stand, valued at $300, was taken off the back side of his garage sometime during the last week.
• Dec. 2 – A man who lives on Ebert Road, New London reported that some speakers and an amplifier were stolen from his son’s car.
• Dec. 1 – Someone went through both of the vehicles parked in the driveway of a Huntley Road, New London residence. The caller stated that both vehicles were unlocked, change was missing, and it smelled as if someone had been smoking in them.
• Dec. 1 – A Buelow Road, Clintonville resident reported that sometime between Nov. 25 and Nov. 30, someone took several road signs.
• Nov. 30 – A man who lives on Woodland Circle, Waupaca reported that his GPS was stolen out of his car overnight.
• Nov. 30 – A Weyauwega woman reported that working boots, valued at $40, were taken out of her locked locker.
• Dec. 6 – A rural Clintonville man reported that his garage was broken into sometime during the last couple weeks. Tools and a camera were taken.
• Dec. 2 – A woman who lives on Cut Off Road, New London, stated that her garage was entered into sometime during the early morning hours of that day. Her son’s vehicle was entered into, and a speaker system was taken.
• Dec. 2 – A man who lives on Tarr Road, Waupaca, reported that he is a caretaker for a neighbor, and upon returning from an appointment with his neighbor, saw that there were marks on a door but no one had gained entry.
• Dec. 1 – An Arndt Road, Weyauwega man reported that someone broke into his locked residence and ransacked it. Items were missing.
• Dec. 4 – A rural Waupaca man reported that he received a call for correction billing services and was told to call a particular phone number to set up an account.
• Dec. 1 – A town of Dayton man reported that someone has been writing checks on his account and stole mail he sent to a business in Oklahoma, making checks out of it and then issuing and signing checks. More than $2,000 was gone to date.
• Nov. 30 – A Weyauwega woman reported that she received a recorded message stating her ATM card was deactivated and what necessary steps she needed to take. She called her bank, which stopped it.