Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 3/12/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Tuesday, February 27th
2:41 PM Officers responded to an anonymous call reporting that a female subject with no driver’s license had just left a residence on S. Superior Street going northbound in a silver and black two door vehicle. The caller gave officers the license plate number and told them there were probably drugs in the vehicle. The information was given to all squads.
5:18 PM Officers responded to an anonymous report of a lot of subjects going in and out of an apartment at an address on Lincoln Street. The reporting person believed that drug sales were going on. Officers arrested a female subject on a probation hold. A male subject was referred for felony marijuana possession, felony bail jumping and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wednesday, February 28th
12:55 AM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male reporting that they needed an ambulance at a residence on Lincoln Street for a 25 year old female subject who had overdosed on crystal meth. She was breathing, but “freaking out.” Upon arrival, officers located a used syringe inside a clear bag on the handle of the kitchen closet, in plain view. They also located a large jewel bag next to the syringe. The jewel bag contained a white crystal substance that tested positive for meth. The items were placed into evidence. The female subject was referred for possession of meth.
1:56 AM Officers stopped a vehicle on Fred Street. The female driver had hit a light pole on Clermont Street and the male passenger had struck his head on the windshield. He refused medical treatment. The female subject was arrested for operating while intoxicated. She was also cited for failure to report a crash, hit and run, having no insurance and having an obstructed passenger view. The Street Department was notified to check the power pole.
Thursday, March 1st
1:15 PM Officers referred a male student for disorderly conduct for an incident that occurred on 2/27/18 at Antigo High School.
1:16 PM Officers referred a male student for two counts of criminal damage to property at Antigo High School.
2:23 PM Officers cited a male student for disorderly conduct for an incident at Antigo High School. The male had told a teacher to “f**k off” during class. He had refused to do his work during class and was continually disrupting the rest of the class. At one point, he took off his shirt and lay on the floor. The male subject had been disruptive before and had been warned about his behavior.
2:38 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on 5th Avenue reporting that he had four tires with aluminum rims stacked next to his garage and they were now missing. The caller believed that they were taken within the last week. They were valued at approximately $100.00.
3:58 PM Officers cited a male student for possession of tobacco at Antigo High School.
10:11 PM Officers received a call from an area business on Jerome Street reporting a theft that occurred at approximately 8:00 PM that evening. The caller gave officer’s the license plate number of the vehicle. A camera, tool kit and some tool boxes were stolen. Officers were investigating.
Friday, March 2nd
12:49 AM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male on E. 5th Avenue reporting that he was sick and had been drinking. He was throwing up and having trouble breathing. The male subject was transported to the hospital and then to Corrections on a probation warrant.
2:07 AM Officers responded to a one vehicle accident on Neva Road. The vehicle had been traveling north on Neva Road, it then struck a road sign and was sitting on a concrete island. The female driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense and transported to Corrections. The vehicle was towed. An accident report was completed.
4:29 PM Officers stopped a vehicle on Clermont Street. They then requested an additional squad. The male driver was arrested for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and was cited for operating without a license. Two other male subjects were also arrested for possession of marijuana.
8:12 PM Officers responded to an anonymous call reporting that someone came into an area business on 5th Avenue and appeared to be “tweaking and on meth.” The subject was described as a white adult female with black hair and wearing a black sweatshirt and khaki pants. The caller told officers that the female subject had just walked out the front door and went westbound on 5th Avenue. Officers made contact with the female subject at 5th Avenue and Edison Street. The female subject was arrested and transported to Corrections for felony bail jumping and drug charges.
Saturday, March 3rd
12:00 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. Vehicle 1 and Vehicle 2 were both backing out of parking spots. Vehicle 2 was already backed out and was moving forward. Vehicle 1 then backed into Vehicle 2. The driver of Vehicle 1 said that she hadn’t seen the other vehicle.
10:36 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and Willard Avenue. The male driver was slow to stop, was shaking, arguing and rolled up the window while officers were watching him. One female passenger was clearly impaired and could not sit still. A second female passenger was argumentative. The K9 officer hit on the car, while the three subjects were inside the vehicle. The vehicle was searched and a small amount of marijuana was found in the truck, in a red bucket. The male driver had a large amount of cash in his pocket. He told officers that he was going to the casino. The male driver was given a written warning for speed and was cited for possession of marijuana.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Thursday, March 1st
11:52 AM Officers executed a search warrant at a residence on Anderegg Street in White Lake. Two male subjects and one female subject were charged with maintaining a drug house, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Friday, March 2nd
12:06 PM Officers executed a search warrant at a residence on Bissell Street in White Lake. A male subject was arrested for obstructing/resisting and a Department of Corrections warrant. He was transported to Corrections.
Saturday, March 3rd
11:39 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Bissell Street in White Lake reporting that a female subject had been in the business and was in the bathroom for twenty minutes. The caller then checked the bathroom and found what appeared to be drug paraphernalia in the garbage. The female subject had been there with a male subject. The caller gave officers the license plate number of their vehicle. Officers found three empty jewel bags containing meth residue in the garbage. Employees gave officers a possible name of the female subject. They also told officers that both subjects appeared to be “out of it.” Officers were investigating.
Sunday, March 4th
2:08 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a blue Trailblazer in the ditch on Hwy. 47, facing eastbound on the south side of the road. When officers arrived, no one was around. The vehicle was off of the roadway and had no damage. Officers later talked with the female registered owner. She stated that she had swerved to miss a deer and went into the ditch. She told officers that she would get the vehicle towed.
2:48 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a vehicle rollover on Hwy. 55. When officers arrived, no one was around the vehicle and there were no signs of injury in the vehicle. Officers noticed two sets of tracks leading into the woods near the vehicle. One was a deer trail and the other appeared to be old. The vehicle was towed. It was registered to a female subject from DePere. Later in the day, officers spoke with the female subject. She told officers that she had been driving north on Hwy. 55 with her boyfriend when she fell asleep. They then walked to her parent’s home. The female denied that she had been intoxicated. Officers told her that she would be receiving numerous citations.
Monday, March 5th
12:16 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that his truck was in the water at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd C and he could not get out of it. A female subject from Michigan, driving another vehicle, ran a stop sign at Hwy. C and ran into the male driver, who had been driving northbound on Hwy. 45, forcing him off the road and into the water. The female driver was cited for failing to stop at a stop sign.
12:54 PM Officers received a call from the Clerk of Courts office reporting that a female subject that had been in their office called the reporting person a “f**cking b**ch” several times. The female subject was yelling so loudly that a person that was on the phone with another employee in the office could hear it through the phone. The female also threw a pen in the hallway after she left the Clerk of Courts office. The female subject was cited for disorderly conduct.
2:52 PM A female subject came to the Safety Building to report that someone was stealing her mail and changed the amount on her check. The female told officers that she had written a check on 1/21/18 for $368.00. She then noticed that the check cleared the bank, in the amount of $120.00 on 1/26/18, made out to a business in Tomah, WI. The female told officers that she thinks that someone took her check and created a copy of it. She told officers that she had already contacted her financial institution about the incident.
Tuesday, March 6th
5:00 AM Officers responded to a report of a jeep style vehicle in the ditch on Hwy. 52, north of Kettlebowl Hill. The caller said that lights were on in the vehicle. There was only very minor damage to the front bumper of the vehicle.
8:25 AM Officers responded to a report of a vehicle in the ditch at Cty. Rd. A and Cty. Rd. O. The vehicle was a blue van with an elderly couple in the vehicle.
12:25 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 64 and Elton South Road. A male subject was arrested on a Department of Corrections probation warrant, Marathon County Sheriff’s Office warrant, obstructing and two counts of bail jumping. He was transported to Corrections.
8:16 PM Officers witnessed a vehicle slide into the ditch at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. I. There were no injuries. The vehicle was towed out.
8:27 PM Officers responded to a call from the Shawano County Sheriff’s Officer reporting an armed robbery at an area business in Mattoon and requesting assistance in attempting to locate the suspect and vehicle. The suspect was described as a white male, 6 feet tall, all in camo, wearing a ski mask and having a shotgun. The suspect left in a brown and tan SUV towards Phlox. Officers checked the area around Phlox, but were unable to locate the suspect.
Wednesday, March 7th
11:29 AM Officers responded to a report of a one vehicle rollover accident on Cty. Rd. S, south of Price-Polar Road. The driver of the vehicle was a female subject from Two Rivers. A state report was completed.