? July 2 – A briefcase was reported stolen from the Coppershot Bar in New London.
? July 1 – A resident of the Wisconsin Veterans Home in King reported that over $300 was stolen from his room.
? June 30 – A resident of the 600 block of West Union Street, Waupaca, reported the theft of a ring and prescription drugs.
? June 28 – New London Utilities on East North Water Street, reported a break-in and the theft of copper wire.
? June 28 – Flowers were reported stolen from a yard on the 800 block of South Washington Street, Waupaca.
? June 28 – A break-in and the theft of a dog were reported on the 700 block of Churchill Street, Waupaca.
? June 28 – A caller from the N2700 block of County Road QQ, Waupaca, reported that someone broke into his car and stole several items.
? June 28 – An Xbox 360, three controllers, four games and $40 in cash were reported stolen from an apartment on the 800 block of Main Street, Ogdensburg.
? June 27 – A resident of the 400 block of Forbes Street, Fremont, reported the theft of her Social Security card and other forms of ID.
? June 27 – A resident of the E1100 block of Larson Road, Waupaca, reported that someone stole $100 from his car.
? June 27 – Video games were reported stolen from a resident of the 600 block of Oak Street, Waupaca.
? June 27 – Numerous lawnmower parts and some aluminum were reported stolen from the N9800 block of Lund Road, Iola.
? June 26 – A cash box was reported stolen from Spencer Lake Bible Camp in rural Waupaca.
? June 22 – One person was injured in a crash at 7 p.m. in the town of Dayton.
Sue Swonger, 55, Hancock, was southbound on State Highway 22 when she failed to negotiate a curve, drove onto the shoulder, overcorrected and went into the ditch. She required emergency medical transport for her injuries.
? June 24 – Derek Nett, 50, Weyauwega, was seriously injured in a motorcycle crash shortly after 9 p.m. in the town of St. Lawrence.
Nett was eastbound on County Road B near Silver Lake Road when a deer ran in front of his motorcycle. He struck the deer, causing the motorcycle to slide on its side about 130 feet. Nett required emergency medical transport for incapacitating injuries.