Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 6/5/17
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, May 22nd
7:28 AM Officers responded to call a multiple vehicle accident in front of the Antigo High School. Vehicles 4, 3 and 2 were stopped in traffic, waiting to turn into the high school. Vehicle 1 didn’t see the stopped vehicles and hit Vehicle 2, which pushed into Vehicle 3, which pushed into Vehicle 4. There was property damage only. One driver left the scene and was later spoken to. One male driver was cited for inattentive driving. A state report was filed.
7:52 AM Officers responded to a call reporting a two vehicle accident at N. Superior Street and Willard Avenue. A second caller reported that a female subject had a seizure and a young female passenger was injured. Officers found out that the female driver had a seizure and drove straight into a pole. She had severe facial injuries. A nine year old female subject in the back had not been wearing a seatbelt and had minor injuries. The vehicle was towed. Charter was notified about the downed pole.
8:47 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a two vehicle accident at Mendlik Avenue and Edison Street. Vehicle 1 was making a left turn after stopping at the stop sign. Vehicle 2 was going southbound on the street. Vehicle 1 pulled out and hit Vehicle 2. Vehicle 2 had the right of way. Both vehicles were towed. A state report was completed.
Wednesday, May 24th
2:42 PM A female reported at the Safety Building that a vehicle tried to hit her car at 5th Avenue and Edison Street. She described the other vehicle as an older, black car, possibly a Malibu. She gave officers the license plate number. Officers checked numerous locations, but were unable to locate the vehicle. They were following up.
5:41 PM Officers referred two male students for theft at Antigo Middle School. Another male student was given a warning.
5:42 PM Officers cited a male student for disorderly conduct at Antigo Middle School for slapping one male student and pushing another male student. The other two males were given a warning.
Thursday, May 25th
12:38 PM Officers responded to a request for an officer at All Saints School on 6th Avenue for a disorderly male student. The male student was removed from school and was taken to his grandmother’s house on 1st Avenue. He was talked to by officers about his attitude and his behavior.
12:58 PM Officers received a call from a male at an apartment building on Edison Street reporting that someone stole a package that was delivered. The package had been delivered on 5/21/17. The male told officers that he thought he knew who took the package. Officers were investigating.
2:08 PM Officers referred one student for possession of stolen property and cited another female student for theft from Antigo Middle School.
2:19 PM Officers cited a male student for disorderly conduct at Antigo Middle School.
3:45 PM Officers were out on a warrant attempt on S. Hudson Street. A male subject was arrested on a Langlade County warrant for failure to pay a fine for operating while suspended, failure to pay a fine for non-registration and failure to pay a fine for speeding. There were also outstanding warrants from the Department of Corrections, Kewaunee County and Manitowoc County.
Friday, May 26th
10:53 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Superior Street reporting that they had a small female subject on camera stealing some food on May 23rd. Officers looked the video footage and thought they may know the identity of the female. Officers were planning on talking to the female subject and her mother.
11:22 AM A female subject came to the Safety Building to report that her bank account had been compromised. Her debit card had been used in Antigo at different ATMs. There were no suspects. Officers and the bank were investigating.
3:38 PM Officers cited two male students for disorderly conduct for a fight that occurred at Lake Park during a school outing.
4:16 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. Property damage only.
10:20 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that a vehicle was driving all over the place while going southbound on Clermont Street near 2nd Avenue. The vehicle then turned left onto Badger Avenue and then turned right on Superior Street, traveling southbound. The caller gave officers the license plate number. Officers stopped the vehicle. The female subject told officers that she was lost and had been using the navigation on her phone. She was not intoxicated. The female driver was cited for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and a minor transporting alcohol. She was cited and released.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, May 24th
9:55 AM Officers received a call from a male reporting possible fraud. The male subject had received a call from “totes to go,” stating that they were selling advertisements that would go on hand bag totes. These totes would then be available at the Antigo Public library. The caller’s wife worked at the library and no one at the library knew anything about it. The tote business was based out of Arlington, Texas. Officers found other scams with this same business online as well. The male subject never sent the business any money or gave them any credit card information.
10:38 AM Officer cited a male student for disorderly conduct at White Lake school.
3:12 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident on Hwy. 64. A male driver was eastbound on Hwy. 64, failed to yield the right of way and attempted to turn into a business on Hwy. 64. The other female driver was westbound on Hwy. 64 and struck the male subject’s vehicle. One male and one female subject were transported to Langlade hospital. A state report was filed.
Thursday, May 25th
2:24 PM Officers received a call from a male subject reporting that his 1993 Aztec flat bed, red curtain side trailer, that was parked at a residence on Old 26 Road for approximately one month, was missing. He told officers that he noticed it wasn’t there on 4/27/17, but didn’t report it until now because he thought that someone he knew was using it.
9:44 PM Officers were out with a vehicle in the ditch on 5th Avenue east of the bypass. Officers cited the male driver for failure to maintain control and he was warned for unreasonable and imprudent speed. The vehicle was towed.
Friday, May 26th
5:48 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that his cabin and a shed on Mayking Road were broken into. The cabin was entered sometime between 5-7-17 and 5-26-17. Officers observed that the main door had been pried open. They did not see any footprints or other marks. Among the items missing included two bows, a rifle, a heater, a flat screen television, 20-30 movies and some money. The value of the items totaled over $1,000.
Saturday, May 27th
5:41 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that a vehicle was submerged in White Lake by the boat dock. She did not believe anyone was in the vehicle. Officers then received another call from a towing company that was contacted by the vehicle owner to pull the vehicle out of the lake. The male vehicle owner was issued a six day correction notice to provide proof of insurance. A state report was filed.
1:14 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that another vehicle just struck the boat he was hauling and knocked him into the ditch. No one was injured.
Sunday, May 28th
8:24 AM Officers responded to a call from a male subject reporting that he was just in an accident at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. B. Officers then received another call from another male subject reporting that he was in the accident. A sign was knocked down at the southeast corner of the intersection. The highway department was notified.
8:35 PM Officers responded to multiple 911 calls reporting a two vehicle accident in the northbound lane on Hwy. 45 by Knight Road. It appeared that one vehicle was rear-ended by the other. A male driver of one of the vehicles was cited for inattentive driving.
Tuesday, May 30th
10:37 AM Officers received a call from a male subject reporting that his company credit card had been hacked. He told officers that his wife had reported it to their bank and they requested that the caller make a report with the sheriff’s office.
1:06 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that an area business on Cty. Rd. M had been broken into the night before. She told officers that gaming machines had been entered and money had been taken. Officers observed that entry had been gained by the main front door. The door jam and lock mechanism had been severely damaged. Five gaming machines were broken into by smashing the locks. The subjects had also tried to gain entry to a dart machine, but were unsuccessful. The break in occurred after 2:00 PM on 5/29/17.