Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 8/22/16
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, August 8th
10:27 AM Officers responded to a call reporting that a female subject was standing in front of an area business on Hwy. 64 holding a sign that said “Homeless/Hungry/Need Help to Get Home.” Officers told the female subject to move along.
11:37 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Neva Road reporting that someone dropped a prescription bottle and it appeared to have “weed” and pills in it. Officers identified the male subject that dropped the bottle from video. He was referred for possession of marijuana and bail jumping. The THC and pills were placed into evidence.
12:51 PM Officers responded to a call from a male subject reporting that his bicycle was stolen from an establishment on Clermont Street between 12:30 PM and 12:45 PM. The stolen bicycle was a black Mongoose. Officers viewed video footage from the establishment. A male subject, with a shaved head, goatee, tattoos on both arms, wearing a black tank top with a red backpack took the bike heading southbound towards 5th Avenue. Officers were investigating.
1:50 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident in front of an area business on Superior Street. There were no injuries. A state report was filed.
3:57 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. Officers were unable to determine if vehicle 2 did actually hit vehicle 1. There were no injuries.
4:19 PM Officers received a call from a male subject on Hudson Street reporting that his three foot iguana got out of the house and was loose in town. It was green to tan colored. It does not bite, but may hit with his tail.
4:34 PM Officers received a call from an area business reporting that someone may be “squatting” in a property that they have listed for sale on North Avenue. They asked officers for an extra patrol.
5:52 PM Officers responded to a call from a female subject reporting that her vehicle was backed into in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. Two vehicles backed out of their respective stalls hit each other.
10:24 pm Officers responded to a call from the owner of an area business on Superior Street reporting damage to some of their machines. The owner found a knife that was used to pick at a coin box lock on a machine. The owner of the business was also missing a coin box. Officers took photos. The knife was placed into evidence. The business owner requested an extra patrol.
Tuesday, August 9th
9:04 AM A female subject came to the Safety Building to report possible identity theft. She had received a letter from Navy Federal Credit Union advising her that they had received a payment of $100, but it was returned for insufficient funds. The female told officers that she never had an account there. The female subject contacted the credit union. They advised her to report the incident to police. Officers gave the female an identity theft packet.
11:21 AM Officers responded to a call from a male subject on Clermont Street reporting that someone entered his house over the weekend when he was gone and took some of his property: a couple of games, a car amp, the head unit for a car radio system and a bow. Officers questioned the male subject’s former roommate who denied taking the items.
12:53 PM A female subject came to the Safety Building to report fraud. She had received a call from someone claiming to be from NY State Cybercrimes unit. They told the female that she had two days to pay an amount or be arrested. The caller had the female’s social security number, but she didn’t provide them with any information. Officers told the female subject that this was a scam, and she should watch her credit reports for any accounts opened in her name.
2:05 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting a male shoplifter. The subject was putting items under his sweatshirt. Officers arrested the male subject for retail theft, 2nd offense and bail jumping.
2:12 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 45 reporting for a customer that the female subject’s vehicle was struck by another vehicle in the parking lot. The striking vehicle left the scene.
4:18 PM Officers received a call from a female reporting that a male subject driving a large red truck almost hit her vehicle while she was heading westbound on 5th Avenue and Aurora Street. The male subject had stopped at the stop sign at Aurora Street, but then pulled in front of the female taking a left. The caller told officers where the truck was now parked, and gave them the license plate number of the vehicle. The female wanted officers to talk to the male subject about his driving habits. Officers were advised.
Wednesday, August 10th
12:55 PM Officers responded to a two car accident that occurred at the intersection of 5th Avenue and Superior Street. Vehicle 1 ran into the back of vehicle 2. There were no injuries.
1:49 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident that occurred on 5th Avenue. Vehicle 1 backed into Vehicle 2. Vehicle 1’s rear passenger side hit the driver’s door and front quarter panel of vehicle 2. There were no injuries.
2:00 PM Antigo Public Library requested that a citation be issued to a female patron for the theft of library materials in the amount of $162.94.
3:29 PM Officers responded to a three vehicle accident at Superior Street and 5th Avenue. One vehicle had significant damage.
4:58 PM Officers received a call from a female subject reporting that she bought some items at an area business on Hwy. 64. At around 2:15 PM, the female left her purchased items in a grocery cart while she went into the bathroom. Someone stole her items. She told officers that it was about $43 worth of items. The female subject spoke to employees at the business, who said that they have a picture of a woman putting her items in the caller’s cart and walking out.
7:01 PM Officers received another call from a female subject reporting an attempted break in of her house for sale on 5th Avenue. The caller and her husband were at the house to do some work and could not get the key to work in the door. They took the lock mechanism out and noticed it was damaged. They took the lock to an area business who confirmed that someone had tampered with the lock. Officers were advised.
9:22 PM Officers stopped three vehicles near an area business on Hwy. 64. Dispatch had taken a traffic complaint about vehicles in this area that were racing. Officers were not sure if these were the vehicles. Citations were pending.
Thursday, August 11th
9:44 AM Officers received a call from a male subject on Arctic Street reporting that a tree fell and landed on his neighbor’s car. The caller was uncertain if power lines were affected. Officers advised the caller to contact WPS.
12:32 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at Neva Road and Prosser Place. Property damage only. A voluntary report was filed.
8:34 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and Willard Avenue. The driver was issued a citation for no insurance.
Friday, August 12th
12:26 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on 4th Avenue reporting they had some trouble with a male patron last evening and now they discovered some damage to a gaming machine. The business had it on video. Officers talked with the male subject, who denied damaging the machine.
2:41 PM Officers responded to reports of problems with a male subject on 6th Avenue who was driving a motorcycle recklessly. The motorcycle could be heard from blocks away as he sped around the area at approximately 70mph. He comes and goes during the night as well and has woken people up. Neighbors were upset and concerned that someone could be hurt because of his dangerous driving habits. Officers spoke with a relative of the male subject who passed the information on to the male subject.
3:01 PM Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of a male subject passed out inside a black Chevy pickup truck that was parked in the lot off of Sunset Drive, south of 10th Avenue. The male subject admitted to officers that he had been driving. He was referred for operating after revocation, operating while intoxicated related.
Saturday, August 13th
1:59 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at S. Superior Street and Cherry Street. The female driver was given a 10 day written warning for expired registration.
3:44 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and Mendlik Street. The driver was issued a citation for speed.
5:41 PM Officers responded to a call from a female subject on Washington Avenue reporting that she came home and the front door was open and all her electronics were gone, jewelry, cell phones, a television, PS3 and some medication. There were possible suspects. Officers questioned a female suspect who denied having anything to do with it.
5:51 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Superior Street and Badger Avenue. The driver was issued a citation for speed.
6:26 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and Willard Avenue. The driver was issued a citation for speed.
8:56 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that they had a suspicious person who the suspected of shoplifting previously. Officers found items in the female subject’s purse and vehicle. The female was cited for retail theft.
11:02 PM Officers responded to an accident at 10th Avenue and Superior Street. A state report was filed.
Sunday, August 14, 2016
4:41 AM Officers responded to a report that a house for sale on Milton Street had a vehicle there and people were walking around with flashlights. Officers located two female subjects. They were sent on their way.
7:21 AM A male subject came to the Safety Building to report that a female subject was passed out in a vehicle behind a business on Superior Street. Officers arrested the female subject for operating without a license, 2nd offense.
6:04 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at 5th Avenue and Watson Street. The driver was issued a citation for speed.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Friday, August 12th
12:03 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Antigo Street in Elcho reporting a suspicious person walking in town. The male subject came to the door of the business and knocked like the door was locked, but it wasn’t. When they went to the door, he did not come in. The male subject was last seen walking down Cty. Hwy. K. He was described as a black male, carrying a bottle of liquor in one hand and a Coke in the other hand. Officers arrested the male subject from Crandon for bail jumping and drug related charges.
2:17 PM Officers responded to a 911 call about a two car accident at Cty Rd. A and Cty Rd. R with road blockage. Officers received a second 911 call. One female was complaining of back and neck pain. Property damage only. The vehicles were towed.
Saturday, August 13th
10:09 AM A couple reported at the Safety Building that someone took money from their banking account to pay a credit card. The credit card was in the husband’s name, but they did not have the card. Officers were investigating.
4:46 PM Officers responded to several calls reporting an accident on Hwy. 64 east of Polar. It was reported that it was a two vehicle accident, with one person injured in each vehicle, both were conscious. The male driver of one vehicle was arrested for reckless driving & causing bodily harm. He did not have a valid driver’s license. The male subject in the other vehicle was transported by ambulance. A telephone junction box was also struck. Frontier was notified.
Monday, August 15th
6:13 PM Officers received a call from a male subject on Angle Road reporting that he received a call from a male saying that he was calling on behalf of Dish Network, stating that they were changing satellite locations and he needed to purchase a new receiver for $150 or they were shutting off his television. They gave the male subject a call back number. The male subject did give the caller his card number before realizing it may be a scam. The male subject then called Dish Network, who stated they would never make that call. The male subject was calling his bank in the morning. Officers tried to call the number the male subject gave them, but when they asked for the office location, they were hung up on.
Tuesday, August 16th
3:53 PM Officers responded to an anonymous call that a female pedestrian had been run over at the intersection of Antigo Street and Dorr Street in Elcho. She had been moved off of the road. She was transported to Langlade Hospital by Elcho Rescue.