Waupaca County sheriff’s report Jan. 8
• Jan. 7 – The Outagamie County Crisis Center contacted New London police to report a 26-year-old woman called and said she was feeling suicidal. She hung up the phone several times, and Crisis staff believed someone else at the residence did not want her to talk to anyone.
• Jan. 7 – Caller from Fairway Drive, Iola, reported a neighbor has two large dogs that are not leashed or chained. He said they come onto his property and have chased his children.
• Jan. 7 – Caller from the 400 block of Wisconsin Street, Waupaca, reported seeing a black GMC Canyon chasing deer behind his home toward the river. The truck returned with a deer in it.
• Jan. 6 – The Waupaca County Department of Health and Human Services reported a 16-year-old was admitted to the hospital in Waupaca after a drug overdose.
• Jan. 6 – Caller on the 700 block of Shearer Street, Waupaca, reported a man busted through the front door of their home. Police arrested him.
• Jan. 6 – A 26-year-old Appleton man reported he had given his 9 mm handgun to his Waupaca County mother while he was dealing with depression. He is now on medication, but his mother will not return his gun, so he wants to report it as stolen.
• Jan. 6 – Caller reported a man was walking southbound from Clintonville to Waupaca, trying to get to the warming shelter.
• Jan. 5 – The Waupaca Curling Club requested an ambulance after a man slipped on the ice and hit his head.
• Jan. 5 – Caller from the E5400 block of Bear Lake Road, Weyauwega, reported fraudulent charges on his debit card.
• Jan. 5 – Caller from New London reported a 15-year-old male was having visual and auditory hallucinations and seemed suicidal.
• Jan. 5 – Caller reported a young man wearing a blue jacket took the door off the bandstand in downtown Waupaca.
• Jan. 5 – Waupaca police were asked to do a welfare check on a family living in a home with no running water for the past week due to burst pipes. The house was described as dirty and having feces on the porch and inside the house.
• Jan. 5 – The Wisconsin Probation and Parole Office on Churchill Street in Waupaca reported a possible violation and requested deputies.
• Jan. 5 – A caller from the E6400 block of Symco Road, Manawa, reported a 40-year-old man who had been drinking, threatened her and would not leave her home. She left the house after he fell asleep and wanted law enforcement to remove him.
• Jan. 5 – Caller from the N9800 block of State Highway 49, Iola, reported someone smashed the window of his parked Ford F150 and stole a briefcase that contained cash and prescription drugs.
• Jan. 4 – East Side Mobil Express, Royalton Street Waupaca, reported a possible drug deal in the gaming room.
• Jan. 4 – Caller from 400 block of Franklin Street, Waupaca, reported she is receiving inappropriate photos on her cellphone.