Waupaca County sheriff’s report Aug. 7
• Aug. 7 – Caller in the 900 block of Evans Street, Waupaca, reported people doing cocaine.
• Aug. 6 – Caller in the 700 block of Washington Street, Fremont, reported her red Jeep Patriot was stolen.
• Aug. 6 – Caller in the 2400 block of County Trunk DD, New London, reported he is trying to sell his 31-foot camper and it has been vandalized. Someone changed the sticker price and ripped the awning.
• Aug. 6 – Caller left his 2013 Hyundai Sonata at Silver Lake Lanes, in the N6300 block of State Highway 49, Scandinavia, and it looks like it was struck.
• Aug. 6 – Caller reported 10 to 12 juveniles in the upper shelter of South Park, Waupaca, swearing, smoking and pulling out flowers.
• Aug. 5 – Caller in the 300 block of Lake Street, Scandinavia, reported his girlfriend was beaten up by three males.
• Aug. 5 – Caller in the E8000 block of Stage Road, New London, reported a Remington 870 20-gauge pump shotgun and case were stolen last week.
• Aug. 5 – Caller at ThedaCare Medical Center–Waupaca, in the 800 block of Riverside Drive, requested an officer for a female who came in the previous day for an overdose. Caller stated if they release the female she will just do it again. She is also six months pregnant.
• Aug. 5 – Caller at Z’Wolf Eatery, in the 100 block of West Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported an intoxicated, crying male who refuses to leave.
• Aug. 5 – Caller in the 800 block of School Street, Waupaca, reported his vehicle was parked on the side of the street and was hit.
• Aug. 5 – Caller in the 300 block of Pleasant Street, Scandinavia, requested an ambulance as someone blew their hand off with a firework.
• Aug. 5 – Caller reported two people having intercourse in a parked white car behind the Waupaca Area Public Library, in the 100 block of South Main Street, Waupaca.
• Aug. 5 – Caller at Kwik Trip, in the 900 block of North Shawano Street, New London, reported a gas drive off of $22 by an old red Honda Civic.
• Aug. 4 – Caller in the N5400 block of Jensen Road, Scandinavia, reported her purse was taken from her vehicle the previous night.
• Aug. 4 – Caller at the Lucky Tree in the 100 block of North Main Street, Waupaca, requested an officer due to someone who recently shoplifted.
• Aug. 4 – Caller in the 200 block of West Sumner Street, Weyauwega, reported a female hitting a male.
• Aug. 4 – Caller in the 300 block of South Western Avenue, Waupaca, reported the upstairs neighbor overdosed on heroin.
• Aug. 4 – Caller in the N1300 block of Holmnlane Road, Dayton, reported a light green Chevy truck with loud exhaust. Caller has seen this vehicle multiple times, sometimes with no lights on. Would like it checked due to recent thefts in the area.
• Aug. 4 – Caller at the East Side Mobil Express, in the E3300 block of Royalton Street, Waupaca, reported a female left a red SUV and the caller believes the female may be intoxicated or on drugs. The female asked her for a Xanax or any other drugs.
• Aug. 4 – Caller in the 1400 block of Wyman Street, New London, reported her house was egged sometime the previous night.
• Aug. 3 – Caller at the U.S. Postal Service reported a marijuana package intercept.
• Aug. 3 – Caller in the 400 block of North Washington Street, Waupaca, reported a car he believes may be dealing drugs.
• Aug. 2 – Caller in the 700 block of Demarest Avenue, Waupaca, reported she believes someone tried to enter her house sometime early this morning.
• Aug. 2 – Caller at Community First Credit Union, in the 1000 block of Royalton Street, Waupaca, reported having a fake $100 bill.
• Aug. 2 – Caller in the N11300 Old CC, Clintonville, reported his neighbor’s dog was shot by his neighbor yesterday.
• Aug. 2 – Caller in the 100 block of South Lincoln Street, Weyauwega, reported the sign by U.S. Highway 10 was vandalized.
• Aug. 2 – Caller in the E2300 block of Julie lane, Waupaca, reported teenagers messing around his trailer the previous night. He also found a mailbox in his yard that was not his.
• Aug. 2- Caller in the N4700 block of River Street, New London, reported a construction truck rolled into the river.
Motorcycle driver unhurt after chase
A 20-year-old man was unhurt after a chase that reached up to 80 mph.
At 11:22 p.m., on July 29, Bryce Sprang, 20, Valders, was observed by a reserve deputy doing a burnout on a 1989 Yamaha motorcycle at the intersection of Flease Road and County Trunk X in the town Mukwa.
The deputy attempted to make a traffic stop, activated the siren and lights when Sprang fled.
Sprang was chased down County X at speeds up to 80 mph before he turned onto Larsen Road and onto Nelson Lane, before crashing in the yard of N3655 Nelson Lane.
Sprang was not hurt. But he was charged with underage drinking, operating while under the influence, fleeing an officer and refusal to take test for intoxication after arrest.
One hurt after motorcycle crash
A man was airlifted after a motorcycle crash on July 22.
At 8:12 a.m., on Veysey Lake Road, near Casey Road in the town of Waupaca, William Denton, 24, Ogdensburg, was driving a 1999 Honda motorcycle, southbound on Veysey Lake Road.
Denton was going around a right hand corner, when he lost control of the motorcycle, it overturned and he was thrown from the bike.
He was cited for operating a motorcycle without a valid license.
Denton was airlifted for serious injuries.
One injured in crash
One person was injured after a July 30 crash.
At 6:51 a.m., on State Highway 49, just north of Larsen Road, in the town of Waupaca, Diana Kuntz, 62, was driving a 2004, Chevrolet Silverado southbound on State 49.
Kuntz crossed the centerline, crossed the northbound lane, entered the ditch and came to rest in a field roughly 250 feet off the roadway.
She was transported by ambulance for possible injury.
Kuntz was cited for failure to wear a seatbelt and failure to keep a vehicle under control.