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Two New London people charged in connection with two overdose deaths

NEW LONDON - Two New London people were charged in Waupaca County Circuit Court on Thursday in connection to two drug overdose deaths, New London police said. April Hardegan, 30, and Aaron Van Dyke, 31, of New London were taken into custody June 2 after the deaths of a New London woman and a Waupaca County man.
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Man, woman charged with overdose deaths in Waupaca County

NEW LONDON, Wis. (WBAY) - Two people are charged with two overdose deaths in Waupaca County. Aaron Van Dyke, 31, and April Hardegen, 30, were formally charged Thursday. Van Dyke is charged with two counts of being party to the crime of conspiracy to commit first-degree reckless homicide; each charge carries up to 40 years in prison. Hardegen is charged with first-degree recklessly endangering safety and manufacturing or delivering up to 3 grams of heroin, with a maximum of 12 years in prison each.
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Man and woman arrested in drug overdose deaths of two people

(WLUK) -- A man and woman who allegedly brought heroin/fentanyl from Milwaukee to Waupaca County are facing charges after two people died from overdoses. Aaron Van Dyke, 31, of New London faces two counts of first-degree reckless homicide delivery of drugs. He also faces conspiracy to commit and party to a crime.
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Two Charged In Waupaca County Overdose Death

NEW LONDON, WI- The Waupaca County Sheriff’s Department, New London Police Department and the Department of Justice took April Hardegan age 30 of New London and Aaron Van Dyke age 31 of New London into custody for the overdose. deaths of a New London female and a Waupaca County male.
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Barron drug sting nets more than four ounces of meth

A May 26, 2021, drug deal arranged by Barron County Sheriff’s investigators with the help of a confidential police informant has resulted in the seizure of four ounce of methamphetamine with an estimated “wholesale” value of $2,800 and the arrest of a Waupaca County man, according to a complaint filed Friday, May 28, 2021, in Barron County Circuit Court.
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Father charged in skid steer incident that killed 2-year-old son

ST. LAWRENCE, Wis. (WBAY) - A Waupaca County man is criminally charged with second-degree reckless homicide, almost two months after his toddler son died after a skid steer accident on a farm. Caleb Schachtschneider called 911 on the evening of April 5. The responding deputy says Schachtschneider was crying hysterically....
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Father Charged With Son’s Death After Skid Steer Accident

Caleb Schachtschneider of St. Lawerence was charged last week with second-degree reckless homicide after Waupaca County’s district attorney filed a Class D felony charge. The charge comes after Schachtschneider’s two-year-old son was the victim of a fatal skid steer accident on April 5th. He’s expected to make his first court appearance on June 1st.
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Waupaca County Farmer Charged in Toddler’s Skid Steer Death

The father of a two-year-old boy who died in a farming accident last month is facing charges in Waupaca County. Prosecutors say 39-year-old Caleb Schachtschneider of Ogdensburg is charged with second-degree reckless homicide. He initially told police his son was on his lap while he was using a skid steer...
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1 injured in Waupaca County crash

BEAR CREEK TOWNSHIP, Wis. (WBAY) - Authorities say one person was flown to a hospital Monday afternoon after a crash on U.S. Highway 45 in Waupaca County. According to the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office, a report came in at about 5:15 p.m. for a single vehicle crash on the highway near State Highway 76.
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Driver sent to hospital after Waupaca Co. crash

TOWNSHIP OF BEAR CREEK (WLUK) -- One person was taken to the hospital following a crash Monday in Waupaca County. Sheriff's officials say a 911 was received around 5:15 p.m. of a single-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 45 near state Highway 76. An initial investigation found that a pickup truck...
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Motorcycle, semi collide on Waupaca Co. highway

TOWNSHIP OF LIND (WLUK) -- A motorcycle and semi-truck were involved in a crash Wednesday in Waupaca County. The Waupaca County Sheriff's Office received a call just after 1:30 p.m. of a crash on U.S. Highway 10 at the intersection of Vaughn Road. An investigation found that the semi was...
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Beat the crowds and check out these Wisconsin State Natural Areas this summer

As spring temperatures return across the state, so does the demand for outdoor recreation. Wisconsin residents set visitation records last year when they flocked to state parks as COVID-19 restrictions prevented people from gathering indoors. While vaccinations continue, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials anticipate similar visitation numbers at popular state parks.