Sunday, May 14: Three cattle were on the roadway on Highway 82 in the town of Wheatland. The owner was located, and the cattle were corralled. 

Tuesday, May 16: Two draft horses were out on Highway 27 in the town of Franklin. The owners were notified, and they wrangled the horses.

Thursday, May 18: The sheriff’s office was notified of a burglary in progress at a residence in Coon Valley. Multiple units from the sheriff’s office, as well as the Coon Valley police chief and a trooper with the Wisconsin State Patrol, responded. Upon arrival, it was determined the individuals had permission to be at the residence. 

Thursday, May 18: An elderly female was reported missing after she walked away from a residence in the town of Genoa. Sheriff Roy Torgerson, a deputy, a warden with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, the Genoa Fire Department, and K-9 Wrigley responded to search for the woman. About 30 minutes later, it was learned the female was picked up along Highway 35 and taken to her residence. A deputy made contact with the female and cleared from the residence after making sure she was safe and with family.

Thursday, May 18: The sheriff’s office received a noise complaint in Stoddard. A deputy responded and made contact with the offender, who was asked to turn their music down.

Friday, May 19: The sheriff’s office received a 911 hang-up call. Dispatch called the phone number back multiple times with no answer. A deputy responded to the last known location of the cellphone in Stoddard. The deputy made contact with the caller, who said it was an accidental dial. There was no emergency.

Friday, May 19: A sign was stolen from the West Fork Sportsmen’s Club in the town of Webster.

Saturday, May 20: A red cow was on County Highway K in the town of Genoa. A deputy made contact with the owner, who went to the scene and located the cow.