Waupaca County sheriff’s report June 11
• June 11 – Caller from the E1700 block of Wolf River Road, Iola, reported his wife tried to run him over with his truck, took his cellphone and is now walking down Wolf River Road. No weapons, no alcohol and no injuries were reported.
• June 10 – Caller from the 400 block of Center Street, Waupaca, reported a woman she knows stole money from her wallet and threatened to harm her if she reported it to the police.
•June 10 – Menasha police asked the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office to contact the parents of two juvenile girls who needed a ride home.
• June 10 – Caller from the E2600 block of Marion Lane, Waupaca, reported an uncooperative 10-year-old child.
• June 10 – Neenah caller reported she was eastbound on U.S. Highway 10 one mile west of Vaughan Road, Waupaca, when her bike rack and all four of her bikes fell off. She placed the bikes in a ditch. When she returned about two hours later, all the bikes were gone. One was a 24-speed woman’s bike worth about $500.
• June 10 – Caller from the 300 block of South Main, Waupaca, reported a dark gray Schwinn XL bicycle was taken from the patio.
• June 10 – Caller from the 600 block of Oak Street, Waupaca, reported her child’s orange and black BMX bike was stolen out of the driveway.
• June 10 – Waupaca caller reported her ex-boyfriend was harassing her via text messages. she said when she tried to block his number, he got a new one. She has blocked 46 different numbers.
• June 9– Walmart in New London reported a man stole some condoms.
• June 9 – Caller reported finding a bag of drugs in the parking lot outside O’Reilly’s Auto Parts, Shawano Street, New London. He picked it up and brought the bag into the store.
• June 9 – Caller from th N2500 block of Woodland Circle, Waupaca, reported a man pulled into her driveway and threw her daughter’s shoes through the porch door.
• June 9 – A 70-year-old Iola caller reported his son-in-law was mistreating him, and he wants to get out of the house.
• June 9 – Caller from the 200 block of West High Street, Weyauwega, reported the neighbor’s dog had been howling for nearly four hours.
• June 9 – Waupaca caller reported a woman was walking down the middle of the Royalton Street traffic lane shortly before 11 p.m.
• June 8 – An officer reported a chase in progress shortly before 9 p.m. A black Silverado blew a stop sign on Knitt Road near Clintonville, then turned onto Yeager Road, then Steenbock Road.
• June 8 – Caller from the 300 block of West Birdsall Street, Weyauwega, reported a girl who appeared to be 5 years old was walking around the street by herself at 9:49 p.m.
• June 8 – Caller from the 200 block of North Main Street, Waupaca, reported her ex-husband broke through a window into her apartment, punched her in the face and broke her nose.
• June 8 – Caller from the 500 block of River Street, Waupaca, reported catching two cats in a trap.
• June 7 – Caller from the 500 block of River street, Waupaca, reported a cat had kittens under his porch.
• June 7 – Caller from the N3900 block of Nichols Creek Road, Waupaca, reported his neighbor keeps coming onto his property and cutting his trees. He has talked with the neighbor, but he will not stop.
• June 7 – Driver with R&R Transport in Waupaca reported she was called to a bar to take a man home. Shortly after she picked him up, he said he would jump out of the car if she did not return him to the bar. He then drove away in a gold pickup truck and seemed intoxicated.
• June 7 – Caller from the 400 block of South Western Avenue, Waupaca, reported her neighbor upstairs was banging on the floor loudly enough to cause some lamps to fall and break.
• June 7 – Caller from the 800 block of Royalton Street, Waupaca, reported her brother took her mother’s car without her permission.
• June 7 – Caller from the 200 block of Doty Street, Fremont, called 911 at 9:16 p.m. to complain the band was still playing at the bar and it was after the village’s 9 p.m. noise ban.
• June 6 – Spirit Metal Fab, Godfrey Drive, Waupaca, reported that after sending an employee home for the day, he spit on and shoved a supervisor. He was fired.
• June 6 – Caller from Indian Crossing Casino reported a man in his 30s was threatening the bartender.
• June 5 – Caller reported a man parked his truck at the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King, walked up to the sidewalk and started dancing. He then drove away. Caller suspected the man was unbalanced.
• June 5 – Iola caller reported losing his wallet at a Waupaca golf course. When he returned to the course, he found his wallet in the garbage and $200 missing.
Three people were injured in a two-vehicle crash at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 2, in the town of Bear Creek.
James Rohan, 57, Bear Creek, was stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of Blueberry Road and U.S. Highway 45.
Rohan then pulled out onto U.S. 45 into the path of a southbound vehicle driven by Darwin Handschke, 63, New London.
Both drivers were transported by ambulance to a hospital in New London.
Judy Handschke, 63, New London, was a passenger in the Handschke vehicle and required air transport to ThedaCare Regional Medical Center in Neenah.