Waupaca County sheriff’s report Sept. 11
• Sept. 11 – Caller in the N2600 block of Landing Road, Weyauwega, reported his car was broken into the previous night. His wallet and $250 are missing.
• Sept. 10 – Caller in the N2400 block of West Columbia Lake Drive, Waupaca, reported a 21-year-old female who has been drinking is now foaming at the mouth and curled up in a fetal position.
• Sept. 10 – Caller in the 600 block of Riverview Court, Fremont, reported someone hit multiple mailboxes and there are vehicle parts on the ground.
• Sept. 10 – Caller in the N3600 block of Anderson Road, Waupaca, reported someone opened an American Express card in her name. She also had her Sears reward card cashed.
• Sept. 9 – Caller in the N3000 block of Crestwood Drive, Waupaca, reported a pontoon boat cover worth $700 is missing after he rented the house and boat landing last weekend.
• Sept. 9 – Caller in the 300 block of State Street, Waupaca, reported their cousin broke in and stole $100. The back door was damaged.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E1900 block of North Westgate Road, Waupaca, reported his vehicle was broken into the previous night. A billfold, credit, debit and health insurance cards, along with keys, CDs and money on the seat were stolen.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E1800 block of Jess Drive, Waupaca, reported her car windows were broken the previous night. There is damage to the car and bricks are on the driveway.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E2030 block of North Westgate Acres Road, Waupaca, reported her car was gone through the previous night. Nothing was stolen.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the 300 block of East Main Street, Weyauwega, reported a man threatened her. Her threatened to do something to her power steering, and said someone should tie a rope around her and threw her from a bridge. He said if he committed suicide it would be her fault.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the 300 block of South State Street, Waupaca, received a call saying she was due $14,566 as an individual grant.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the N11200 block of County Trunk P, Iola, reported hearing a plane engine sputter then quit. He thinks it may have gone down by State Highway 49 and Mountain Road.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E2300 block of Aasen Road, Iola, reported taking a dog from the road that looks like it was shot with a .22-caliber.
• Sept. 8 – Caller at Rawhide Boys Ranch, in the E7400 block of Rawhide Road, New London, reported a 14-year-old male being unruly. It got physical and he had to be restrained.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E2900 block of Wesley Road, Ogdensburg, reported a 19-year-old male in his driveway. The reporter was upset that the 19 year old messed with his trail cameras. The 19 year old then threatened to kill the caller’s son.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the 600 block of Tower Road, Waupaca, reported his son was riding his bike and thought he heard a BB gun. The son now has a wound in his mouth.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E8700 block of Cut Off Road, New London, reported it sounded like someone was in her horse barn.
• Sept. 8 – Caller in the E800 block of Lauritzen Lane, Waupaca, reported his neighbor is standing on his dock and yelling at nothing. He is not making sense, swearing and talking about killing someone.
• Sept. 7 – Caller in the E2200 block of Glenvale Court, Waupaca, reported his mailbox and others in the neighborhood were damaged the previous night.
• Sept. 7 – Caller at Rich’s Citgo, in the 1000 block of West Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported they believe they have been defrauded by someone turning in old pull tabs.
• Sept. 7 – Caller in the E8500 block of State Highway 54, New London, reported someone pulled into his driveway and dumped about 20 tires.
• Sept. 6 – Caller at Affinity Medical Group, in the 1400 block of Algoma Street, New London, reported the doctor is with a patient and she needs to report a sex offense.
• Sept. 5 – Caller in the N200 block of Mary Jane Circle, Waupaca, reported finding a syringe by a stop sign.
• Sept. 5 – Caller in the N600 block of County Trunk U, Weyauwega, reported his wallet, left in his unlocked car was stolen the previous night.
One hurt in crash
One person was injured in a motorcycle crash on Aug. 31.
At 5:08 p.m., on County Trunk V west of Foley Road, Scandinavia, Matthew Johnsen, 46, Amherst, was driving a 1996 BMW R1100 eastbound on County V.
Johnsen was negotiating a left curve, hit the gravel, lost control and entered the south ditch.
He was transported via ambulance to St. Michael’s Hospital in Stevens Point for serious injuries. Johnsen’s helmet use was unknown.
He was cited for failure to keep a vehicle under control, and operating a motorcycle without a valid license.
Karen Johnsen, 43, Amherst, was a passenger. She was wearing a helmet and was not injured.