Waupaca County sheriff’s report Feb. 19
• Feb. 18 – Caller from the 300 block of West Blaine, Iola, reported an intoxicated man was pounding on his door.
• Feb. 18 – Caller from the N8200 block of County Trunk O, Bear Creek, reported he was punched in the face at a bar. The same Bear Creek man called 2 1/2 hours later to report the man who punched him came to his house, threw a tire at a parked car and broke the antenna.
• Feb. 18 – A Clintonville caller reported a friend had made comments about committing suicide and sent him a text saying he would cut his throat with a saw.
• Feb. 17 – New London caller reported her daughter’s boyfriend is beating her.
• Feb. 17 – Waupaca caller reported a friend sent her a photo of a knife and pills and mentioned she was going to harm herself.
• Feb. 16 – Caller from the 500 block of Douglas Street, New London, reported some people were trying to get into her apartment. She said they had also been there the previous night.
• Feb. 16 – Staff at Comfort Suites in Waupaca reported guests had been smoking pot in a room and left behind what may be marijuana seeds and residue.
• Feb. 16 – Caller from the 100 block of North Grand Avenue, Embarrass, reported omeone broke into his workshop and stole three 12-gauge shotguns.
• Feb., 16 – Caller from the 100 block of Main Street, Embarrass, reported someone broke into his garage and attempted to break into his house. He said he found a hammer on the step and tools were missing from the garage.
• Feb. 16 – A woman called from 800 block of Ware Street, Waupaca, and reported a friend is suicidal and had placed a belt around his neck. Dispatch could hear a man yelling at the woman, while dispatch described her as “rambling on and on.”
• Feb. 15 – Comfort Suites, Waupaca, reported suspicious vehicles in the parking lot. The vehicles had their windows down and other vehicles were pulling up beside them, then leaving.
• Feb. 15 – A young boy called 911, said hi, then hung up. A dispatcher called back the number and the boy told the dispatcher that they do a good job, laughed and hung up again. Dispatch called the boy again, told him not to hang up and said this is not a joke.
• Feb. 15 – Staff at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King reported an 85-year-old resident grabbed the breast of a 95-year-old resident.
Feb. 15 – A man living on the E600 block of Sheridan Drive, Waupaca, reported at 11 p.m. that his ex-girlfriend was supposed to meet him earlier, failed to show up and had been talking about suicide. He called again shortly after 1:30 a.m. and reported he and his ex-girlfriend got into an argument, accused her of hitting him and reportedly said he choked her. At 3 a.m., he was arrested, then released from custody.
• Feb. 14 – Two cellphone callers reported a vehicle was driving eastbound in the westbound lanes of U.S. Highway 10 near Harrington Road, east of Waupaca. One of the callers reported being forced to swerve out of the way to avoid a collision.