Waupaca County sheriff’s report Oct. 26
• Oct. 23 – Burglary in E6200 block of White Lake Road, Weyauwega.
• Oct. 23 – Property damage in E8600 block of County Trunk X, New London.
• Oct. 23 – Burglary in E1500 block of Dayton Road, Waupaca.
• Oct. 22 – Theft in 200 block of East Parker Street, Weyauwega.
• Oct. 22 – Facebook harassment in E9100 block of Danke Drive, Readfield.
• Oct. 22 – Property damage in N3100 block of Paap Road, Weyauwega.
• Oct. 22 – Theft in N4700 block of Gorges Road, New London.
• Oct. 22 – Harassing text messages received in 800 block of Smith Street, Waupaca.
• Oct. 22 – Facebook harassment in 700 block of Ware Street, Waupaca.
• Oct. 21 – Shoplifting in 2000 block of Farm Drive, Waupaca.
• Oct. 20 – Bike stolen in 200 block of East Ann Street, Weyauwega.
• Oct. 20 – Burglary in N1100 block of Chalet Drive, Waupaca.
• Oct. 20 – Burglary in E1100 block of Haase Road, Waupaca.
• Oct. 20 – Harassing text messages received in 700 block of Leroy Butler Drive, Waupaca.
• Oct. 19 – Theft in E2000 block of Waletta Drive, Waupaca.
• Oct. 19 – Burglary in 2100 block of South Apple Tree Lane, Waupaca.
• Oct. 19 – Harassment in 400 block of North Street, Waupaca.
• Oct. 19 – Shoplifting in 2000 block of Farm Drive, Waupaca.
• Oct. 19 – Threat in N8100 block of Bell Corners Road, Bear Creek.
• Oct. 18 – Mailbox damaged in N9000 block of County Trunk J, Iola.
• Oct. 18 – Theft in N2200 block of Birchwood Drive, Waupaca.
• Oct. 18 – Theft in 100 block of West Harrison Street, Big Falls.
• Oct. 18 – Theft in E5000 block of State Highway 54, Weyauwega.
• Oct. 18 – Theft in E9600 block of Manske Road, New London.
• Oct. 18 – Window smashed in 1600 block of South Pearl Street, New London.
• Oct. 18 – Theft in E7800 block of Neitzke Road, Clintonville.
• Oct. 17 – BMX bike stolen in N9600 block of State Highway 49, Iola.
• Oct. 17 – Theft in 200 block of Woodlane Drive, New London.
• Oct. 21 – A pedestrian was struck by a car at about 7 a.m. in the town of Farmington.
Samuel Mihna, 26, of Waupaca, was driving northbound on Pryse Drive just north of King Road when he saw pedestrians walking southbound on the east shoulder of the roadway.
Mihna swerved left to avoid the pedestrians, but the vehicle’s passenger side mirror struck Wyatte Feher, 15, of Waupaca, who was walking about one foot in the lane of traffic.
Feher was transported to the hospital with non-incapacitating injuries.
Oct. 18 – Three teenagers were injured in a one-vehicle accident at about 4 p.m. in the town of Iola.
According to the police report, Nathaniell Johnson, 16, of Waupaca, was traveling too fast for conditions as he drove eastbound on Erickson Road.
The vehicle negotiated the first turn, but crossed the center of the road as it entered the second turn. The vehicle slid on the loose gravel on the northbound lane, swerved and entered the northbound ditch while sliding sideways.
The vehicle came to rest facing northwest after striking brush and two trees in the northbound ditch.
Suffering non-incapacitating injuries in the incident were Johnson and his two passengers, Justin Merryfield, 16, of Iola, and Matthew Lehman, 15, of Iola.
• Oct. 18 – A teenage girl was injured when her car struck a parked vehicle at about 11 p.m. in the village of Ogdensburg.
McKena Schultz, 17, of Waupaca, was driving eastbound on Main Street in Ogdensburg near Shaunie B’s when she dropped some paperwork.
As she reached down to pick up the papers, the car swerved and struck the rear bumper of a parked vehicle. The impact caused the front passenger tire of the struck car to go up and over the curve.
Schultz said her head struck the steering wheel and asked for medical attention. She was transported to the hospital for possible injuries.
• Oct. 14 – A teenager was injured in a two-vehicle accident at about 8 a.m. in the town of Dayton.
Micah Meza, 17, of Waupaca, was stopped at the stop sign of Parfreyville Road and attempted to make a left turn onto County Trunk K. He pulled out into the path of an oncoming vehicle driven by Jerry Stewart, 57, of Waupaca.
The Meza vehicle struck the right front area of the southbound Stewart vehicle. The Meza vehicle also struck and damaged the stop sign post at the intersection.
Meza told police his windows were frosted over so he could not see out.
According to the police report, Meza was cited for inattentive driving. He was transported to the hospital with possible injuries.
• Oct. 10 – A woman was injured in a one-vehicle rollover at about 7 a.m. in the town of Harrison.
Joan Orvedahl, 85, of Iola, was driving northbound on Fisher Road when she tried to turn left onto Johnson Road. She told police she was unable to see well because her windshield was fogged over.
The Orvedahl vehicle entered the north ditch at the intersection and because of the steepness of the ditch the vehicle rolled over. The vehicle came to rest on its roof on Johnson Road.
Orvedahl was transported to the hospital with possible injuries.