Jerrold Strege was reported missing by his father on October 11, 2002. When his father went to his apartment to see why he was not answering the telephone, he found Jerrold's apartment unlocked, lights on and the television on. All of Jerrold's belongings were in the apartment including his keys, wallet, cell phone, etc. Both of his vehicles were still in the garage located at his apartment complex. No signs of any type of disturbance could be seen in the apartment.
It was found, through investigation, the last time anyone had seen Strege was on his last day of work at Dodge Correctional Institution on October 2, 2002. He was scheduled to be back to work on October 8, 2002, but never showed up or called. This triggered his employer and father to begin looking for him. Many searches have been conducted by volunteers, search teams, canines and police personnel, but no sign of Strege could be found.
To this date, no one has reported any contact with Jerrold Strege. Strege was an avid, highly skilled amateur golfer and in fact had been planning to compete in a golf tournament on the weekend of October 5 and 6, 2002.
This perplexed many of his golfing friends since he was looking forward to playing in this tournament.
If you have any information about the disappearance of Jerrold Strege, please contact Investigator Brian Odonovan at the Waupun Police Department. 920-324-7911
Waupun City Hall Fire
***REWARD*** $10,000.00 cash reward for any information leading to the arrest of the person(s) responsible for starting the fire at Waupun City Hall in 1999.
During the early morning hours of Sunday, April 18th, 1999 a person(s) set fire to the City Clerk's Office at Waupun City Hall, located at 201 E. Main St., Waupun.
The fire was started in City Clerk Kyle Clark's Office and caused extensive damage to his office and smoke damage throughout the building.
Firefighters discovered a broken window leading into the City Clerk's Office, leading investigators to believe the fire was arson.
Even though this fire occurred in 1999, any information may be important to this investigation. Your information may remain anonymous and you need not testify to qualify for the $10,000.00 reward. Please contact Investigator Brian Odonovan at 920-324-7911 with any information regarding this arson.
Waupun Police Department