Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 8/29/17
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, August 14th
12:10 AM Officers responded to a call from a female on Charlotte Street reporting that a male subject, wearing no shirt or shorts was hiding behind a tree in her backyard. He then took off southbound toward the fairgrounds. Officers checked the area extensively, but were unable to locate the subject.
6:38PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that 7-8 girls were at 10th Avenue and Clermont Street and it looked like they were going to start a fight. Officers received a second call from a female reporting that her daughter had gotten punched in the face. She refused medical treatment. Officers arrested a 17 year old female subject for disorderly conduct and obstructing. Officers arrested an 18 year old female subject for obstructing. Officers arrested another 18 year old female subject for disorderly conduct and obstructing.
Tuesday, August 15th
4:52 PM Officers responded to a call from an employee of an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that a 40-50 year old male subject fled the business after stealing a bow sight and mounting bracket. The male subject was described as white, 6 feet tall, average build, wearing khaki shorts, a tan shirt with palm trees, baggy socks, black shoes and wearing sunglasses. The caller told officers that the male subject ran across the parking lot to another area business on Hwy. 64. Officers cited the male subject for retail theft.
10:37 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. X. The male driver was arrested on a probation hold and was cited for unauthorized registration. A male passenger was arrested for possession of marijuana and two counts of felony bail jumping. He was also cited for juvenile alcohol.
Thursday, August 17th
2:13 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at 2nd Avenue and Fulton Street. The male driver was arrested for operating after revocation and felony bail jumping.
11:55 AM Officers responded to a call from an elderly female on 5th Avenue reporting that there was a “battle” going on at the house to the east of her residence. She told officers that she witnessed people forcibly taking a female subject into the house. Officers found out that the female subject had been dropped off at the residence by a male subject. The female was very high and the other subjects were trying to get her off of the ground and into the house. An ambulance was called and the female subject was transported.
Sunday, August 20th
1:53 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Edison Street and 4th Avenue. The male driver was arrested for operating without a license.
4:48 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 45 and Nickle Road. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated and was cited for unsafe lane deviation.
6:00 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at an area business on Superior Street. The male driver was arrested on a Langlade County Sheriff’s office warrant, a Shawano County Sheriff’s office warrant, a Department of Corrections warrant, possession of a controlled substance and possession of an illegally obtained prescription.
Monday, August 21st
12:59 AM Officers were at a traffic stop with two vehicles at North Avenue and Neva Road. Officers found out that the two vehicles were traveling together. Officers stopped the first vehicle with a male driver. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 2nd offense. He was also given a written warning for a defective headlamp and tail lights. The second vehicle, with a female driver, decided to stop 100 yards in front of him and she started acting out. Officers then observed that she was intoxicated. The female driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, August 16th
11:46 PM Officers were out with two vehicles at the Gartzke Flowage at 5th Avenue Road and Pavek Road. Officers arrested one male driver for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense, operating with a restricted controlled substance and felony bail jumping. Officers arrested the second male driver for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense, operating with a restricted controlled substance, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor bail jumping. A third male subject was arrested for possession of marijuana.
Friday, August 18th
2:31 PM Officers responded a call from a male on Cty. Rd. J reporting the theft of a gas can and siphoned gas out of some equipment at his cabin. The caller told officers that he was last at the location on 8/12/17. The male subject was not happy that he had gas stolen and he told officers that that was the third time since 2009 that he had been broken into. 5 to 10 gallons of gas was missing. There was no evidence found. There were no suspects.
Saturday, August 19th
2:30 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at 1st Avenue and Clermont Street. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 4th offense and he was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign. A probation hold was also authorized by the Department of Corrections.
5:13 AM Officers responded to call from a male at a residence on Star-Neva Road reporting that he believed that at least two people were whispering behind his garage by the pine trees. He told officers that about 20 minutes earlier, a car drove by slowly and when he looked out, it drove away. Officers found that the garage door was kicked in and there were footprints. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate anyone.
1:46 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident in front of an area business on Hwy. 64 in Polar. One vehicle was towed. The female driver of one of the vehicles was cited.
11:43 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on Sandy Road reporting that a vehicle drove into his yard and the driver and passenger were slumped over, but breathing. Once officers arrived, they realized that there was only one subject in the vehicle. The female driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense, possession of meth, possession of a Schedule II narcotic, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance and she was placed on a hold by the Department of Corrections. She was transported to Corrections. The vehicle was towed.
Sunday, August 20th
12:34 AM Officers responded to a 911 call reporting that a vehicle struck a power pole on Pratt Road. The caller did not know if there were any injuries. They told officers that they heard a loud explosion before the power went out. The driver fled on foot prior to the officer’s arrival. Officers discovered that the vehicle struck an electrical pole and snapped it off at the base. WPS was notified and the vehicle was towed and impounded. Officers were unable to locate the driver. Witnesses described the driver as male, possibly in his 50’s. One witness told officers that the driver appeared highly intoxicated. They gave officers the name of the possible driver. Officers spoke with that male subject, but he did not fit the witness description. Officers were unable to make contact with the registered owner of the vehicle. A state crash report was completed. The male driver was cited for expired registration, no insurance, failure to maintain control, owner liability and failure to report an accident.
8:46 AM Officers responded to a call from a female at a residence on Bissell Street in White Lake reporting that someone attempted to enter her front door about ten minutes earlier. The female told officers that she was in another room of the home and her four year old daughter had been in the living room. She heard the door rattle and thought her daughter was doing it so she went into the living room. Her daughter told her that someone had been at the door, but then ran away. The caller told officers that the home was secluded and she would like an officer stop by and check the area. Officers were unable to locate anyone.
Monday, August 21st
1:02 PM Officers came upon a semi-truck & trailer at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. X that was halfway in the ditch with its hazards on. The driver stated that he had cut the corner too sharp. An area business was able to remove the truck from the ditch. The truck was drivable and had little to no damage.
5:22 PM Officers received a call from an area business on Hwy. 45 in Elcho reporting a gas drive off that had occurred about 15 minutes earlier for $28.14. The vehicle left on Cty. Rd. K. Officers received a description of the vehicle. The caller told officers that there was a female passenger in the vehicle also. Officers were going to view the business security video.
11:15 PM Officers responded to a call reporting that some sort of an alarm was going off in an apartment on Cole Street in Elcho. Officers received a second call from a male neighbor reporting that the person in the apartment had fallen, either the night before or early that morning and hit his head. Elcho EMS was paged. The neighbor and officers were unable to make contact with the male subject in the apartment. No key holder was found. Elcho EMS cut the exterior screen. The window was unlocked and officers entered the apartment. The kitchen area was full of smoke. EMS personnel were able to revive the male subject on the couch. He then told officers that he was recently given medication from doctors that caused him to pass out. The smoke was coming from the male subject’s dinner that was left on the stove. There was no fire. The male subject refused medical transport.
Tuesday, August 22nd
7:34 AM Officers responded to a call from a male subject reporting a two vehicle accident on Hwy. 45. A state report was completed. The female driver of one of the vehicles was cited for following too closely.
11:47 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that a van was on fire at Cty. Rd. B and Cty. Rd. C. She told officers that the occupants of the van were out and safe. The vehicle was not involved in an accident. It just made a loud noise and started on fire. The van was a total loss. The vehicle was towed.
2:03 PM Officers responded to a call from an employee of an area business on Hwy. 45 reporting that a red F150 pickup left southbound on Hwy. 45 without paying for $47.60 worth of gas. The caller gave officers the license plate number. Officers spoke with the male owner of the vehicle. He told officers that he had been inside the business talking with someone and left without paying by accident. He told officers that he would take care of the payment.