• Feb. 9 – Harassing text message received in N2300 block of Old Highway 22, Waupaca.
• Feb. 8 – Credit card fraud in 300 block of Second Avenue, Weyauwega.
• Feb. 8 – Prescription medication stolen in N2600 block of county Road E, Waupaca.
• Feb. 8 – Bank account fraud in 300 block of Spring Street, Ogdensburg.
• Feb. 7 – Harassment in N5000 block of County Road Q, Scandinavia.
• Feb. 7 – Harassment in 300 block of Oshkosh Street, New London.
• Feb. 7 – Bank account fraud in 300 block of Spring Street, Ogdensburg.
• Feb. 7 – Threat in N6500 block of Buelow Road, New London.
• Feb. 6 – Theft in 800 block of Eighth Street, Waupaca.
• Feb. 6 – Threat received in 100 block of E. Main Street, Weyauwega.
• Feb. 5 – Vandalism in E2200 block of Conifer Drive, Waupaca.
• Feb. 5 – Ice auger stolen in N10000 block of County Road P, Iola.
• Feb. 5 – Credit card fraud in N2600 block of County Road QQ, Waupaca.
• Feb. 5 – Television stolen in 300 block of Avon Street, New London.
• Feb. 4 – Shoplifter in 1200 block of W. Fulton Street, Waupaca.
• Feb. 4 – Theft in N2600 block of County Road QQ, Waupaca.
• Feb. 4 – Jewelry stolen in E7800 block of State Highway 54, New London.
• Feb. 2 – A woman was injured in a two-vehicle accident at about 8:30 a.m. in the city of Waupaca.
Prior to the incident, both vehicles had been stopped at a stop sign of the off-ramp of U.S. Highway 10 waiting to turn right onto W. Fulton Street/State Highway 49. The car driven by Daniel Fehring, 41of Waupaca, started into the intersection, but stopped for oncoming traffic. A car driven by Jennifer Floistad, 28, of Wautoma, also began to enter the intersection at the same time, but was unable to stop and hit the Fehring vehicle.
A passenger in the Fehring vehicle, Carrie Fehring, 39, of Waupaca, was injured.
• Jan. 30 – A man was injured in a two-vehicle accident at about 7 a.m. in the town of Caledonia.
Richard Schoen, 44, of Milwaukee, had stopped his vehicle at the stop sign at the intersection of County Road W and State Highway 96 before pulling into the path of a vehicle driven by Dustin Koga, 26, of Dale.
The Schoen vehicle came to rest on its wheels on the roadway of Highway 96. After the collision, the Koga vehicle struck a County W sign and came to rest in the south ditch on its wheels.
Koga suffered injuries in the incident.
• Jan. 27 – Both drivers and one passenger were injured in a two-vehicle accident at about 6 p.m. in the town of Lebanon.
A car driven by Cameron Taylor, 25, of Marion, was traveling northbound on State Highway 45 when the driver lost control. The vehicle came to a stop facing east in the southbound lane of traffic.
A vehicle driven by Kayla Murray, 18, of Bear Creek, was traveling southbound and struck the driver’s side of the first vehicle.
The Taylor vehicle came to rest facing south in the southbound lane of traffic over the fog line. The Murray vehicle came to rest in the west ditch facing northeast.
The roadway appeared to be in good winter driving condition, according to the police report. The report indicated there were extreme wind gusts and steady west-to-east wind, causing moderate blowing of snow across the highway.
Steven Hidde, 23, of Clintonville, a passenger in the Taylor car, reportedly told police that their vehicle was ‘brake checked’ by another northbound vehicle, causing the driver to lose control and spin.
Murray reportedly told police that she did not observe any southbound traffic in front of her and she did not recall any northbound traffic.
• Jan. 25 – A car seat containing a child was ejected from a car in a four-vehicle incident at about 9 a.m. in the town of Farmington.
A car driven by Emmanuel Castillo, 27, of Stevens Point, was westbound on U.S. Highway 10 when the driver lost control of the vehicle. The police report stated that damage to the vehicle indicated the car had partially rolled on its side.
An infant inside of its child seat was ejected, coming to rest in the traveled portion of the roadway.
A second vehicle, driven by Tory Jones, 38, of Waupaca, took evasive action to avoid the first vehicle and its occupants. Her vehicle was then rear-ended by a third vehicle, driven by Jessey Kraemer, 22, of Wausau. Kraemer and a passenger were not injured, but Jones was transported to the hospital.
The operator of a fourth vehicle, Marissa Jahnke, 21, of Marinette, Wis., was avoiding the occupants of the first vehicle (who were running in the roadway) and struck the rear of the Castillo vehicle.
According to the police report, all of the three occupants of the first vehicle fled the scene prior to the officer’s arrival. The report stated that the child in Castillo vehicle that was ejected “was inside of a child seat, but the child seat was not secured inside of the vehicle.”
The 11-month old child, Erick Castillo, of Stevens Point, was listed as having possible injuries, but was not transported. A 3-year old child was also in the vehicle.