Waupaca County sheriff’s report Jan. 22
• Jan. 21 – Caller from the N1600 block of County Trunk K, Waupaca, reported her son had been stalking his ex-girlfriend and she was worried about her safety. She called again and asked that an officer check her house and make sure he is not hiding in the basement.
• Jan. 21 – Caller from the E1500 block of Dayton Road, Waupaca, reported someone had unscrewed a motion detector bulb and a light bulb on the garage.
• Jan. 21 – Caller from the N900 block of County Trunk W, Fremont, reported someone drove over his well and damaged it.
• Jan. 21 – Caller from the N2500 block of County Trunk QQ, Waupaca, reported a vehicle hit her trash containers and damaged them.
• Jan. 20 – Police were called to a domestic disturbance on the N2500 block of Cambria Lane, Waupaca.
• Jan. 20 – Caller from the 400 block of Division Street, Iola, reported she has an injunction against her ex-husband, but she just received a text from a neighbor that he was inside her home. She was not at the residence at the time she called.
• Jan. 20 – ThedaCare in New London reported a 29-year-old man in the emergency room for an overdose involving bromazepam and Adderal.
• Jan. 20 – Caller from the 100 block of East High Street, Weyauwega, reported seeing two men who appeared intoxicated in the ditch, arguing. One of the men seemed to be on his knees, crying.
• Jan. 20 – Caller from the 300 block of Walnut Street, Manawa, reported her 15-year-old son was receiving messages threatening to shoot him and hide the body.
• Jan. 20 – Caller from the N4700 block of County Trunk B, New London, reported hearing a gunshot, then seeing two men run through his yard, chasing a dog.
• Jan. 19 – Marly’s Restaurant, South Pearl Street, New London, reported finding a trail of blood leading from the back door and around the corner.
• Jan. 19 – Resident of the N9400 block of County Trunk G, Iola, reported finding stolen identity cards in his wife’s bag in her car.
• Jan. 19 – K&D IGA, Anne Street, Weyauwega, reported catching a man shoplifting.
• Jan. 19 – Kwik Trip, West Fulton Street, Waupaca, reported someone stole candy and the store had video footage of a vehicle with the suspect in the passenger seat.
• Jan. 19 – Kwik Trip, West Fulton Street, Wapaca, reported a man in his late 30s took two cheddar dogs in his coat pocket and left without paying for them.
• Jan. 19 – Caller reported he was jumped by 12-14 guys near downtown Waupaca.
• Jan. 19 – Staff at Bethany Pines, Shadow Woods Lane, Waupaca, requested an office to help with an elderly resident who had locked himself in his room. An aide was able to enter the room and speak with the resident. The man had guns, but no ammo.
• Jan. 18 – Weyauwega-Fremont High School staff reported a boy and a girl were not in school, and the girl had expressed suicidal thoughts.
• Jan. 18 – A caller from the N2900 block of Hartman Creek Road, Waupaca, reported the front grill, Chevy emblem and two lights were taken off her vehicle.
• Jan. 18 – A resident of the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King reported he was missing $123.
• Jan. 17 – Resident on Depot Street, Manawa, reported someone called him while he was on his computer and claimed to have obtained access to his computer and threatened to clear his bank account.
• Jan. 16 – Caller from the N1700 block of Patrick Lane, Waupaca, reported someone used his credit card to steal $1,200.
One person was injured in a crash around 6 a.m. Jan. 15 in rural Weyauwega.
Heather N. Smith, 24, Oshkosh, was on the exit ramp from westbound U.S. Highway 10 onto County Trunk X when she slid into the ditch due to snow on the road.
She was transported by ambulance to ThedaCare in Waupaca.