? May 13 – A red Chevy pickup truck was reported stolen from the E2200 block of Crystal Lake Road, Waupaca.
? May 12 – A resident of the 100 block of South Division Street, Waupaca, reported the theft of a radar detector and a GPS unit from a parked car.
? May 11 – A monitor from a corn planter, worth an estimated $1,200, was reported stolen from a farm on the N1100 block of County Road X in Weyauwega.
? May 11 – A burglary was reported at a home on the N1000 block of County W in the town of Caledonia.
? May 8 – A resident of the 300 block of East Pine Street, New London, reported that someone had been going through parked cars.
? May 6 – A wallet and checkbook were reported stolen from a vehicle parked at the Wisconsin Veterans Home in King.
? May 5 – A resident of the E6100 block of White Lake Road, Weyauwega, reported the theft of a gold cross necklace, gold earrings and an emerald necklace.
? May 5 – Prescription drugs were reported stolen from a home on the 200 block of South Main Street, Scandinavia.
? May 4 – A 54-year-old New London woman reported that her identity had been stolen and used to obain a loan.
? May 3 – An 80-year-old Manawa man reported that he received a call from Phoenix, Ariz., claiming that he would receive a monthly check for more than $2,000 if he agreed to pay the caller $750 on his credit card, which he did. Later, the man felt he had been scammed, but when he tried to call back the number he had been given there was no answer.
? May 3 – Two kayaks were reported stolen from the E900 block of Whispering Pines Road, Waupaca.
? May 3 – A 75-year-old Ogdensburg woman reported a phone scam. She told police that a foreign-sounding caller told her that she had won a free medical card and asked her to verify her identity information.
? May 3 – A resident of the N11000 block of Palmer Road, Matteson, reported the theft of a turkey blind and two decoys.
? May 2 – A Waupaca woman reported that unauthorized charges had been made on her debit card.
? May 2 – A resident of the N3100 block of Alfred Road, Weyauwega, reported the theft of a GPS unit and other items from his shed.
? May 4 – One man suffered minor injuries in a crash at 10:20 p.m. in the town of Lind.
Austin Glodowski, 18, Waupaca, was southbound on County Road E when he attempted to pass another vehicle. He entered the gravel shoulder of the northbound lane and lost control. Glodowski then slid back across the road into the ditch of the southbound lane, striking a utility pole and some pine trees.
? May 1 – A Weyauwega woman was injured in a crash at 3:30 a.m. in the town of St. Lawrence.
Karen Hohnhorst, 49, was westbound on County Road B when she swerved to miss a deer and slid through the T-intersection of County B and County E and into the ditch.
She required medical transport for treatment of non-incapacitating injuries.