Police Activity from Monday, August 8
Clintonville Police Department (14 total incidents logged)
There were two gas drive-offs reported on W. Madison St.
A K9 was deployed for a vehicle sniff after a traffic stop on S. Main St.
A K9 was deployed for an open door on Hughes St.
There was a 911 call regarding disorderly individuals reported on Olen Park Rd.
The department received a 911 call regarding harassment and threats reported on E. 14th St.
Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office (74 total incidents logged)
Deputies were called for a domestic disturbance in Fremont. The caller states that she was exchanging her child with an ex. She states she was kicked in the leg.
Trespassing was reported in Waupaca.
There was an animal bite reported in New London on Menasha St. ThedaCara reported a subject in the ER with a cat bite that was a stray.
There was a suspicious person reported on Zabel Rd. in Weyauwega. The caller was worried about a bag that someone appeared to have left on purpose by their mailbox.
Disorderly conduct was reported in Weyauwega. The caller was being harassed by an ex-significant other.
An alcohol offense was reported in Waupaca. A 19-year-old was reportedly in a bar drinking.
Shawano County Sheriff’s Office (36 total incidents logged)
There was a theft attempt reported on Red Oak Ln. The caller’s car was rummaged through the night prior.
A stray dog was reported on Highway 29 and Highway MM.
Property damage was reported on Cedar St. at the Bamboo Bar.
A suspicious vehicle was reported on Orchard Rd. in Pulaski. A vehicle was driving slowly past the caller’s house multiple times and drove away quickly.
Shawano Police Department (20 total incidents logged)
There were two reports of a car driving on the football field at Shawano High School.
Vandalism was reported on N. Airport Dr. Someone hit the complainant’s mailbox.
There was a scam reported on Willow Wood St. The caller received a call from someone claiming they could rewrite their student loans.
A suspicious person was reported on Madison Way. A suspect dropped a safe off in the garage.
Two units were called to N. Main St. for a disturbance.
Two units responded to a noise complaint on S. Sawyer St. The report stated that neighbors across the street constantly were yelling, screaming and throwing.
There was a burglary attempt reported on W. Division St. The caller stated that a suspect tried getting into a parked truck and set off its alarm.
Four units assisted another agency on Schabow St. in Gresham.