Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 4/18/16
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, April 4th
10:59 AM Officers received a call from an area business on Milton Street reporting damage done to their property over the weekend. Several items were tipped over and broken. The estimated value of the broken items was $200. The business would like extra patrols by their property if possible.
3:09 PM Officers responded to a report of an accident in the parking lot of an area business on Superior Street. Minor damage only. A voluntary accident report was completed.
4:13 PM Officers responded to a call from Judge Rhode advising them that a male subject was in court and he had a warrant for failure to pay on a disorderly conduct charge. The judge advised the male that he needed to pay at least $100 or be taken to jail. The male subject stated that he only had $20. Officers escorted the male subject to jail.
8:54 PM Officers responded to a call from a female subject requesting an officer for drug paraphernalia that her child found on some property that the female claimed belonged to another individual. Items included IV needles, rubber bands and metal cooking utensils. Items were placed into evidence and later destroyed. No charges were made at that time.
9:39 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and Willard Avenue. The driver was arrested on a warrant out of Jefferson County for operating after revocation & failure to install an ignition interlock device.
Tuesday, April 5th
8:09 AM Officers responded to two car accident in front of an area business on Neva Road. Minor accident only. A voluntary accident report was completed.
11:32 AM Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of a white car parked in front of an area business on 5th Avenue since 3/31/16. Officers spoke with the vehicle owner and advised her of the complaint. She was warned that her vehicle would receive tickets if she parked there again for more than two hours. The vehicle owner stated that she would park in the back parking lot.
3:21 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at Hwy. 45 & 64. One vehicle pulled over. There was no damage to the vehicle that had pulled over. Officers believe that the other vehicle left the scene.
6:52 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting at while she was at an area business on Neva Road, a male subject in another vehicle cut her off. The female then followed the vehicle to an apartment building on Field Street. The female caller then reported that when she confronted the male subject, he spit in her window. Officers talked with the male subject. He stated that he did go in front of the caller, but he did not feel that he cut her off. The male subject stated that he had his two children with him, when the female caller started screaming at him. The male admitted that he did spit in the vehicle direction, but he did not come anywhere close to hitting it. Officers warned him about the spitting and his driving habits.
Wednesday, April 6th
12:53 PM Officers responded to a complaint about the condition of the yard at a residence on Wausau Road. There was a lot of clutter/junk on the property. Officers were advised by the resident that the yard will be cleaned up when the lawn isn’t so muddy. Officers will monitor the progress.
2:05 PM Officers received a call from a female reporting that her fourteen year old son had just told her that a “creepy” guy had stopped by their home approximately four times in the last week. Her son described the male subject as being older, 50s-60s. One time, the man had a handicapped child with him. The male subject was carrying a clipboard and asked the female’s son if he wanted to buy anything. When the son said no, the male asked if his mom was home. The son said yes, but that she could not come to the door right now. The male subject left, but came back a different day and entered the first door, and tried to get into the second door, but it was locked. A third time, the son saw the male subject parked in front of the house in a brown S12 truck, after circling the block. These visits have occurred around 3:30pm. The son also told his mother that the male subject went to some of their neighbor’s homes too. The female caller instructed her son to call 911 if he saw the man again.
Thursday, April 7th
1:30 AM Officers stopped a vehicle Hwy. 64 and Pioneer Road. Driver was cited for operating without a license.
5:42 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was just rear-ended at Superior Street and Graham Avenue by a newer, small, possible Chevy 4-door vehicle, which then took off northbound one block and turned right. The striking vehicle now has a hole in the front end from where it struck the trailer hitch on the female caller’s vehicle. A voluntary accident report was made.
6:30 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that a female in their store was being verbally abusive and harassing. The female subject had a basket of parts that she expected the business to fix. Talking with the female, officers found out that the subject was having problems, as her identity had been stolen and she was trying to get things sorted out. She eventually calmed down.
6:40 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at 5th Avenue and Superior Street. The driver was issued a citation for operating while suspended.
Friday, April 8th
7:33 AM Officers responded to a report of a three car accident at 10th Avenue and Lincoln Street. Property damage only. An accident report was filed.
5:38 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at S. Superior Street and Forrest Avenue. The driver was cited for non-registration.
8:33 PM Officers responded to a report of a male subject walking northbound down the middle of N. Hogan Street and punching cars. Officers were unable to locate. Officers received more calls about the male subject. He was now on Mendlik Avenue. Another caller reported that the male subject approached his vehicle on Mendlik Avenue, using profanity. Officers eventually found male subject. He said that he was just looking for a ride because he was cold. Officers gave him a stern warning.
Saturday, April 9th
2:31 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Badger Avenue and Clermont Street. The driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated.
11:20 AM Officers responded to a call from a female subject reporting that she ran into a guard rail on Gown Road, between Forrest and 10th Avenue. A state accident report was made and the driver was issued a citation for inattentive driving.
11:56 AM Officers responded to a call from an area resident reporting an attempted burglary within the last couple of days. There was damage to the door of the residence. No entry was gained.
2:04 PM A female brought two stray cats to the Safety Building that she found in the 1500 block of 5th Avenue. Mostly white with brownish/grayish coloring. The cats were brought to the Humane Society.
5:40 PM Officers responded to a complaint of an older model red car and a silver Ford truck driving fast, going northbound, on Superior Street. At the intersection of 5th Avenue and Superior Street, the vehicles split up. The car went east and the truck kept going north. Officers then received another call regarding the silver truck then driving southbound on Superior Street. Officers were unable to locate.
11:52 PM Officers responded to a report of loud music at a residence on 10th Avenue. Records indicated three prior noise complaints at that address. Officers spoke with the resident. They were told that they would be receiving a citation for the noise violation as the department had received many prior complaints.
Sunday, April 10th
2:28 PM Officers received a report of syringes lying on the sidewalk on Superior Street. Officers destroyed the syringes.
3:55 PM Officers responded to call from a citizen reporting syringes lying in a lot on Lincoln Street. Two syringes were collected and disposed of.
5:41 PM Officers received a call from a male subject reporting that he just realized that his truck had been keyed on the driver’s side, passenger side and the hood. He was not sure when it happened. Photos were taken.
9:07 PM Officers stopped a vehicle on Superior Street. The driver was cited for operating while suspended.
9:28 PM Officers stopped a vehicle on 5th Avenue and Division Street. The driver was arrested for operating after revocation.
10:21 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Superior Street and 1st Avenue. The driver was issued a citation for operating without a license and was given a warning for registration.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Thursday, April 7th
8:24 AM Officers received a call from a male on Buettner Road reporting that a black horse was in the roadway at Hwy. 64 and Buettner Road. The caller believed that he possibly knew who the horse’s owner was. Officers contacted the gentleman. He did own a black horse. He said that he would round it up, and call them back. At 9:00 AM a female called back and said that the horse was back in. She said that something must have spooked it and they fixed the fence where it got out.
4:20 PM Officers received a call from a male in central Ohio reporting check fraud. The male subject mailed a check on 1/16/16, in the amount of $71.09 to the Town of Wolf River, for land taxes. The male subject has now noticed that four different checks have been drawn from his bank. The checks appear to have been copied and the check number altered. One check for $475, cleared his bank on 4/5/16. Officers are investigating.
Friday, April 8th
4:45 PM Officers received a call from an area business reporting that a semi-tractor trailer unit fully loaded with potatoes went off the road and was on its side on County Highway O and Hill Road. The owner notified someone for a tow. A state accident report was filed.
Sunday, April 10th
6:06 PM Officers received a call from a female reporting that a turkey struck her vehicle on Hwy. S and Hwy. 64. There was damage to her driver’s side door & mirror. The female said that she would stop by the Safety Building and pick up a voluntary report.
Monday, April 11th
2:59 PM Officers received a 911 call from a young male, with possibly a Hispanic accent. He was driving on Hwy. S from Mattoon, just about to turn northbound on Hwy. S from Hwy. 47. He was having severe chest pain. Dispatch asked the male subject to pull over. The male said, “I’m not getting on no G** D*** stretcher.” Dispatch advised the male to pull over, if he had a heart attack he could kill someone else. The male hung up. Officers were advised. 3:24 PM The male subject did arrive at the ER.
3:48 PM Officers responded a call from a male reporting that a dark blue Chevy SUV traveling from Elton on Hwy. 64, and just where there is a curve or hill and you can’t see, the SUV was completely in the wrong lane of Hwy. 64. Officers talked with the male driver of the SUV. He denied ever crossing the centerline.
Tuesday, April 12th
7:22 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that a female subject was curled up in the brush on Muraski Road, approximately 300 yards south of State Road 64. Earlier the male caller’s wife found the female subject curled up in the middle of the road. The female told the caller that she was looking for her dog, but she is obviously “on something.” Officers arrived and turned female subject over to a male on Harmon Road.