Waupaca County sheriff’s report Nov. 13
• Nov. 12 – A caller from the E2700 block of Cali Way, Waupaca, reported a severe dog bite that nearly ripped off the victim’s ear.
• Nov. 12 – A caller from the 300 block of Oak Street, Iola, reported someone walked around and pounded on her house. She said there were footprints in the snow.
• Nov. 12 – A caller from the N6400 block of 26th Road, Wild Rose, reported a group of teens in a gold Camry were driving too fast around a parking lot. When an adult tried to talk to them about their driving, “they got lippy.”
• Nov. 12 – A caller from the 1000 block of Mill Pond Circle, Weyauwega, reported the theft of at least $2,000 from his apartment. He thinks someone entered through the sliding glass door.
• Nov. 12 – A caller from the 200 block of Emerald Street, Weyauwega, reported his sister’s ex-boyfriend is there now, refuses to leave and keeps pounding on the door and yelling.
• Nov. 12 – Banjos Bar on West Fulton Street in Waupaca reported a patron who was intoxicated, fell off his bar stool and was unresponsive.
• Nov. 11 – Caller from the 300 block of Main Street, Ogdensburg, reported her grandson was receiving strange text messages. One message said to go to his mailbox, where he found a baby bottle with a threatening message and the foot of a doll.
• Nov. 11 – Caller from the 100 block of West Beacon Avenue, New London, reported her brother came to her apartment, screamed, yelled and said he wanted to kill someone. He then went to the mother’s apartment and tore it up looking for a gun. He grabbed a bow and left.
• Nov. 11 – Caller from the 500 block of North Main Street, Marion, reported a teenage girl threatened to commit suicide and ran off.
• Nov. 11 – A caller from the E100 block of Rollofson Road, Scandinavia, reported that after he could not log on to Google Chrome, a man said he could fix it if he was given access to the computer. He then asked to be paid in $300 of gift cards after accessing the computer.
• Nov. 11 – A caller from the E2900 block of Colrue Road, Ogdensburg, complained that someone shot across his fence with a crossbow.
• Nov. 11 – A caller from the E2500 block of Crystal Road, Waupaca, reported his ex-girlfriend took a jacket and a bottle of cologne that cost about $100 each and would not return them to him. He asked that an officer speak with her.
• Nov. 10 – Caller from the 100 block of West Main Street, Embarrass, reported the license plate was missing from his motorcycle.
• Nov. 10 – The owner of an apartment complex on Wisconsin Street, Waupaca, reported his neighbors tore up the parking lot and lawn.
• Nov. 10 – Caller from the N6800 block of Hoyord Road, Scandinavia, reported their brother-in-law had used their phone number as a contact and now they are receiving calls from collection agencies.
• Nov. 10 – Caller from the N8000 block of Roland Drive, Ogdensburg, reported she was scammed out of money by people who claimed to be with Microsoft. Now something is wrong with her computer.
• Nov. 9 – A New London High School student reported another student had taken a full bottle of Tylenol that morning and the prior night had talked about jumping off a bridge.
• Nov. 9 – A Waupaca High School student reported another student had attempted suicide twice and had contemplated it the previous night.
• Nov. 9 – Caller from the E5000 block of Krueger Road, Manawa, reported a cat had a 2-inch hole in his leg because someone shot him with an arrow.
• Nov. 9 – Caller from the 300 block of East State Street, Iola, reported her daughter escaped from a rehab clinic in Stevens Point. She said she was worried her daughter would break into her home while she was away.
• Nov. 9 – Caller from Waupun reported the check they received from a Waupaca man for a car they delivered had been forged.
• Nov. 9 – Caller from the 1900 block of Pershing Road, New London, reported two people had entered her home and she had locked herself in her bedroom.
• Nov. 8 – Caller from the E5800 block of Missall Lane, Marion, reported her son is being harassed via Facebook.
• Nov. 8 – Caller from the 700 block of Leroy Butler Drive, Waupaca, reported someone was calling her names via text messages.
• Nov. 8 – An anonymous call to Crime Stoppers reported people living in an apartment in Waupaca were buying and using cocaine and heroin while a 6-year-old child was present.
Crash in Royalton
A driver was injured in a one-vehicle crash at 1:20 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, in the town of Royalton.
Alex M. Senn, 24, Waupaca, was northbound on North Military Road when he lose control of his vehicle while negotiating a curve.
His vehicle entered the east ditch, flipped over and landed on its wheels.
Senn was taken by ambulance to ThedaCare-Waupaca for treatment of minor injuries.