Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 1/1/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, December 18th
1:19 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at Neva Road and Kaplanek Avenue. Vehicle 1 was traveling north on Neva Road in the outside lane. Vehicle 2 was stopped at the stop sign. Vehicle 2 crossed Neva Road to continue going east, but struck Vehicle 1 pushing it into a yard and Vehicle 2 struck a tree.
1:46 PM Officers received a call from a male subject reporting that he received a possible fraudulent email from the IRS. He forwarded the email to dispatch. Officers advised the caller that the email looked like a scam and told him to not answer the email.
3:04 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that someone slashed a tire on her car. She told officers that she had last driven the car on 12/17/17 at approximately 5:30 PM. Then when she went to leave that day at 2:30 PM, she found that the tire had been slashed. The caller gave officers the name of a possible female suspect. Officers were investigating.
Tuesday, December 19th
12:55 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that they were holding a female shoplifter. The female subject had attempted to put a bar code for a $2 bottle of wine over a bottle of whiskey worth $26.00. She was cited for retail theft.
8:16 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a hit and run accident at an address on Deleglise Street. The caller told officers that it occurred sometime after 6:30 PM.
Wednesday, December 20th
8:01 AM Officers responded to a report of an accident in the back parking lot of the Antigo Middle School. Vehicle 1 backed into Vehicle 2 after dropping their child off at school.
8:57 AM Officers cited a male student with disorderly conduct at the Antigo High School.
10:11 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that her vehicle had been taken without her permission by a female and a male subject. The caller told officers that the vehicle was now located on Cherry Street and the two subjects still had the keys. Officers spoke with the female subject who told officers that she would return the vehicle to the female caller that day.
1:52 PM Officers responded to a report that someone was rear-ended in the parking lot by the Aquatic Center. There were no injuries.
2:50 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that a white Toyota Highlander LL continually drives recklessly after school on 7th Avenue. That day the vehicle did a u-turn right in front of the caller and in the past has almost struck several different vehicles. The caller gave officers the license plate number. Officers checked the area, but were unable to locate the vehicle.
5:43 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at Neva Road and Mendlik Avenue. There were no injuries.
6:51 PM Officers responded to a call from a male subject reporting that he struck a parked car on the corner of Deleglise Street and 7th Avenue. One vehicle was towed.
Thursday, December 21st
5:02 AM Officers responded to a call from a male on 6th Avenue reporting that he saw a spotlight or flashlight shining at his house and his vehicles. He thought that someone might be trying to break in to the vehicles. When officers arrived, the caller showed officers some suspicious tracks and officers followed them to the back door. Nothing was damaged or taken. The caller requested an extra patrol.
12:31 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she had just been in an accident on Neva Road. Vehicle 2 was traveling north on Neva Road in the outside lane. Vehicle 1 was stopped and looking to turn left and go south on Neva Road. Vehicle 1 pulled out, not seeing Vehicle 2 and struck Vehicle 2. The female caller told officers that she was pregnant, but was having a family member take her to the doctor to get checked out.
1:22 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on North Avenue reporting criminal damage to his mailbox. The caller stated that sometime after 3:00 PM on 12/20/17, someone threw a glass lemonade bottle at his mailbox, damaging it. There were no suspects.
8:31 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Clermont Street reporting that a white van was parked on the corner of 1st Avenue, facing Clermont Street. The van then left and went down Clermont Street. When the caller came home, about 15 minutes later, the van was on Martin Avenue. The female caller told officers that she believed that there were 2 or 3 people in the van. The van was described as a white cargo van with a rack. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle.
Friday, December 22nd
2:18 AM Officers were out with two male subjects on Sunset Road, south of 5th Avenue. Officers had noticed that there were tracks going up to mailboxes on Mayfair Street. The two subjects admitted to officers that they had been opening mailboxes on Mayfair Street, but they said that they hadn’t taken anything. Both subjects were searched and nothing was found. Officers advised the two subjects to go home.
3:10 PM Officers responded to a report of people arguing and things banging around at an address on 5th Avenue. It was only a verbal argument. A male subject from Tomahawk was arrested on a Department of Corrections warrant. He was transported to Corrections.
10:09 PM Officers responded to a call from a female who said that she witnessed a male subject try to steal a purse from a female in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. The male subject was described as in his early 20’s and was wearing a gray jacket and a black beanie. He left in a 4 door car. The female victim had minor scrapes. Officers were investigating.
11:38 PM Officers stopped a vehicle on S. Superior Street. A male passenger was arrested on a Langlade County Sheriff’s office warrant. The male driver was cited for displaying false registration, having no insurance, and not having passengers properly fastened. He was also given a written warning for an in-operable driver’s side window.
Saturday, December 23rd
5:06 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on 5th Avenue requesting an officer for a 13 year old that was throwing things and threatening people. A female and a male subject were having an argument. The female had taken the male subject’s cigarettes, and then he grabbed her around the neck with his arm. There was an argument and both of them threw soda at each other. She also threw toothpicks all over the business. The female subject then locked herself in the bathroom and the door had to be busted open to get her out. The male and the female subject were cited for disorderly conduct.
9:28 PM Officers received a call from a male on 1st Avenue reporting that he had responded to a pop up on his computer from Microsoft. He had talked to an individual on the phone and it sounded like they did gain access to his computer. The caller agreed to send them money, but did not. Officers asked the male if he had given them any personal information such as a social security number or banking information, which he said that he did not. Officers told the male that he should call them back if he noticed any problems.
Sunday, December 24th
12:28 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. G. The driver was arrested on a Shawano County Sheriff’s office warrant and was cited for operating without a license.
2:49 PM Officers assisted the County in arresting a male subject with an outstanding warrant on Lincoln Street. The male subject was also charged with criminal trespass and criminal damage because he entered an apartment on Lincoln Street without the renter’s permission and wrecked a window screen while attempting to open the window and crawl out.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, December 20th
1:33 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he found a cabin on Cty. Rd. B with a door that was broken and the inside was disheveled. The caller had already contacted the owner in Milwaukee. A Glenfield Model 20 .22 caliber bolt action rifle was stolen. Fingerprints were taken and logged into evidence.
3:26 PM Officers stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 55. The male driver was cited for operating after revocation, operating while intoxicated related. A male passenger was arrested on a Menominee County Sheriff’s office juvenile warrant and for failure to pay a fine for criminal damage. The male subject was turned over to the Menominee County Sheriff’s office at the county line.
Thursday, December 21st
8:19 PM Officers were out with a car in the ditch on Hwy. 55, south of Cty. Rd. DD. The vehicle appeared to be undamaged. The male driver was cited for a permittee driving with another person.
Friday, December 22nd
7:43 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that his brother’s cabin on Cty. Rd. B appeared to have been broken into. The garage door was also broken and the caller told officers that it appeared that the neighbor’s cabin was also burglarized. The male told officers that he had already contacted his brother. Officers spoke with the owner and obtained a verbal statement of non-consent. At that point, the only known missing items were a television and a chainsaw. The owner would let officers know if anything else was missing. The owner called officers back and told them that the items missing included: a flat screen television ($300), a Stihl 026 chainsaw ($250) and a Cyclops camera ($400).
7:50 AM Officers responded to a report of a vehicle in the ditch on the curves west of Hwy. 47 and Trout Road. When officers arrived on the scene, they could see where the driver had been picked up after the accident.
8:17 AM Officers investigated an earlier call from a male reporting a cabin on Cty. Rd. B that had possibly been burglarized. Officers observed that several doors had been kicked in to the house, garage and also a detached garage. Officers spoke with the male owner on the phone and obtained a verbal statement of non-consent. It appeared that only a television was missing. The owner was going to drive there and do a complete inventory. Fingerprints were taken at the scene.
Saturday, December 23rd
1:07 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that an orange passenger car was half in the ditch and half on the road on the west side of Hwy. 45. The caller told officers that there were people out near the vehicle. Officers advised the female driver of the vehicle that she needed to allow her windshield to fully clear before driving as well as to monitor the tread depth of her tires and to drive for winter weather conditions. There was no visible damage to the vehicle.
1:04 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a break in at his cabin on Cty. Rd. J. He told officers that he could see that the back door was busted in. The cabin had been broken into sometime during the last week, before the last snowfall. Nothing had been taken that the caller knew of.
Sunday, December 24th
2:10 PM County units were sitting on 3rd Avenue, west of Dorr Street. Officers had attempted a traffic stop and the subject had fled east on 1st Avenue and then went north to an address on Lincoln Street. Officers located the male subject in an apartment. He was arrested on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant and a Department of Corrections full extradition warrant. He was transported to Corrections.
Monday, December 25th
9:19 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a vehicle in the ditch on the north side of Hwy. 64, about one mile west of Ackley Road. The vehicle was described as a small, two door passenger car. There was no damage to the vehicle and the driver was not injured. Officers spoke with the male driver who told them that he had swerved to miss a deer and then lost control of the vehicle. The male subject was cited for failure to maintain control.
Tuesday, December 26th
9:03 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she put her car in the ditch on the sharp curve on Rocky Glen Road, south of Cty. Rd. T. She told officers that she was not injured, but she took out a road sign. The vehicle was towed. A state crash report was completed.