Waupaca County sheriff’s report March 30
• March 27 – Trespassing in N2600 block of Harrington Road, Waupaca.
• March 27 – Threats and theft in E7500 block of Greenwing Lane, Fremont.
• March 26 – Theft in 100 block of East Ann Street, Weyauwega.
• March 26 – Burglary in N100 block of Marsh Road, Fremont.
• March 26 – Theft in 1900 block of Southland Lane, New London.
• March 25 – Fraud reported in N5300 block of Spring Creek Road, Manawa.
• March 25 – Trespassing on Spencer Lake Road, Waupaca.
• March 25 – Harassment in 400 block of South Western Avenue, Waupaca.
• March 24 – Fraud reported in N3500 block of Knight Road, New London.
• March 24 – Threat in 800 block of Riverside Drive, Waupaca.
• March 24 – Mailbox damaged in N5300 block of County Trunk B, Manawa.
• March 23 – Theft in 900 block of Evans Street, Waupaca.
• March 23 – Shoplifting in 2000 block of Farm Drive, Waupaca.
• March 22 – Mailbox damaged in E1000 block of Haase Road, Waupaca.
• March 22 – Theft in 100 block of South Main Street, Iola.
• March 22 – Vandalism in E2500 block of Lindee Lane, Waupaca.
• March 22 – Mailbox damaged in E1200 block of Crystal Lake Road, Waupaca.
• March 22 – Mailbox damaged in E1500 block of Dayton Road, Waupaca.
• March 22 – Vandalism in 200 block of Progress Road, Manawa.
• March 21– Theft in E8000 block of Dailey Road, New London.
• March 23 – Four people were injured in a one-vehicle rollover at about 7 p.m. near the intersection with State Highway 49 in town of Fremont.
Dale Pace, 50, of Fond du Lac, was driving eastbound on U.S. Highway 10 when he lost control of his vehicle after crossing a bridge.
The vehicle entered the south ditch, overturned and came to rest on its roof facing westbound.
Also injured in the accident were Maleah Pace, 47, and two teenagers, all from Fond du Lac.
Factors were listed as snow, slush and driving too fast for conditions.
• March 23 – A woman was injured in a one-vehicle accident at about 7 p.m. in the town of Farmington.
Annette Kunst, 50, of Amherst Junction, was westbound on U.S. Highway 10 when she lost control of her vehicle.
The driver overcorrected and the vehicle entered the west shoulder where it flipped onto its passenger side.
Two passengers in the vehicle had no apparent injuries.
The police report noted that the vehicle’s speed was too fast for conditions.