Waupaca County Sheriff’s report Oct. 23
• Oct. 23 – A $40 gas drive-off was reported at the truck stop in Waupaca.
• Oct. 23 – A caller from the 300 block of Oak Street, Waupaca, reported two men he did not know jumped him and hit him in the face.
• Oct. 22 – A fight was reported outside Here N There bar on County Trunk HH in Fremont.
• Oct. 22 – A fight was reported outside the Bridge Bar on Main Street in Fremont.
• Oct. 22 – A caller reported smelling the strong odor of marijuana at a residence on the N2800 block of Otter Drive in Waupaca.
• Oct. 22 – A caller from the E8900 block of Cut Off Road, New London, reported a bearded man threw a beer bottle through his window.
• Oct. 21 – A caller on the 100 block of East Main Street, Weyauwega, reported people were inside the residence of someone who is currently in jail.
• Oct. 21 – A caller from the BP station on Wood Duck Drive in Fremont reported a man went into the restroom and did not come out. Although employees banged on the door, there was no response.
• Oct. 21 – A caller from the 300 block of North Washington Street reported her ex-mother-in-law was harassing her.
• Oct. 21 – A caller who lives on County Trunk E in Waupaca reported her estranged husband threatened her and her friends and said if she crossed him, he would leave her bloody and send her broken to the hospital.
• Oct. 20 – A caller from the N8200 block of West River Road, Manawa, reported a woman signed two checks that were not in her name.
• Oct. 20 – An 80-year-old man on the 600 block of Oak Street, Waupaca, reported someone was pounding at his back door at 3 a.m. and he did not want to look outside.
• Oct. 20 – A 73-year-old woman, living on Sunny View Road, Waupaca, reported being scammed out of nearly $3,500.
• Oct. 20 – A Clintonville teacher reported a possible case of child abuse.
• Oct. 20 – A caller reported a black diesel Dodge truck driving erratically on State Highway 54 going west out of New London at 9 p.m.
• Oct. 20 – A caller reported a diesel truck doing burnouts on Bridge Street in Manawa at 9:20 p.m.
• Oct. 20 – A white 4-wheeler was reported stolen from the N6000 block of Rich Lake Road, Ogdensburg.
• Oct. 20 – The Goodwill store on West Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported finding two wallets that had been left behind.
• Oct. 19 – A caller reported her wallet was stolen from a shopping cart while she was trying on clothes at the Goodwill store in Waupaca.
• Oct. 19 – Weyauwega-Fremont High School requested an officer for a student who seemed suicidal.
• Oct. 19 – Waupaca County Charter School requested an officer for two students who were being disorderly.
• Oct. 19 – Caller said she was visiting her friend’s house on the E900 block of Rural Road, Waupaca, and the little boy who lives upstairs said he was home alone and hungry.
• Oct. 19 – Caller from the 100 block of South Liberty Street, Weyauwega, reported the theft of jewelry.
• Oct. 19 – Caller from the Taco Bell on West Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported a white Chevrolet truck with a water tank sped through the parking lot, hit a parked car, then left.
• Oct. 19 – Man from Clintonville called 911 and said he did not hit her. Communications officer could hear a woman in the background crying and saying he did hit her.
• Oct. 19 – A 63-year-old Weyauwega woman went to Waupaca’s hospital and reported her son kicked her and beat her up.
• Oct. 18 – A woman on the 300 block of Waupaca Street, Waupaca, reported that her 9-year-old daughter was out of control and refusing to go to school.
• Oct. 18 – Caller from the 700 block of Leighton Road, Waupaca, reported a 14-year-old girl was out of control and hitting her mother.
• Oct. 18 – Caller from the E1300 block of Nottleson Road, Scandinavia, reported a green Jeep hit his vehicle and took off.
• Oct. 18 – A St. Lawrence town official reported somebody was illegally dumping garbage in the town park. Documents with names were found in the trash.
• Oct. 18 – Caller reported someone broke into the office of Woodland Apartments, 500 block of High Street, Waupaca, and stole the master key box.
• Oct. 17 – Caller from the 700 block of Ware Street, Waupaca, reported the theft of a 9mm Diamondback handgun.
• Oct. 17 – The Kwik Trip on the 200 block of West Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported a man passed out in the bathroom, possibly due to a drug overdose.
Woman cited in crash
A woman who left the scene of an accident also left behind a bumper with her license plate on it.
At 4:25 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 18, Sean Adams, 45, Scandinavia, was stopped in the southbound lane of State Highway 49, just south of Shady Drive in rural Scandinavia. He was waiting for traffic to pass so he could make a left turn.
Toni Rae Wanty, 28, Iola, was also southbound on State 49.
According to the deputy’s incident report, Wanty was talking on her cellphone when she rear-ended Adams’ car.
Wanty then drove off, leaving behind her front bumper. Officers met with her the following day.
Wanty was cited for placing an injurious substance on the highway, failure to notify police of an accident, operating while suspended, inattentive driving and following too closely.
Driver extricated from car
One person received suspected minor injuries in a one-vehicle crash at 5:52 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 19.
Stacey L. Sowka, 30, Wild Roase was negotiating a curve on Rural Road in Dayton when she swerved to avoid hitting a deer in the road.
According to the incident report, Sowka lost control and her vehicle began to spin, entered a north ditch and overturned.