Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 4/23/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Tuesday, April 10th
7:51 AM Officers responded to a call from a male on S. Clermont Street reporting that someone stole an orange 2016 Polaris Sportsman ATV from the back of his truck while it was parked in his driveway the night before, between 1:30 AM and 4:00 AM. The caller told officers that the subjects took the ramps and straps too. He also told officers that he thought that the perps backed a truck up to his and pushed the ATV onto their truck. Officers took photos of footprints and tire tracks in the driveway. There were no suspects.
5:17 PM Officers responded to a report of a three vehicle accident at Neva Road and Century Avenue. Property damage only.
6:24 PM Officers responded to a call from an employee of an area business on Superior Street reporting a gas drive off of $28.62. The caller gave officers the license plate number of the vehicle. The vehicle left southbound on Superior Street. Officers made contact with the vehicle owners who told them that they would go back and pay. Officers later confirmed with the business owner that the bill had been paid.
Wednesday, April 11th
8:09 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was just rear-ended at 5th Avenue and Clermont Street. Vehicle 2 was eastbound on 5th Avenue at Clermont Street, attempting a left turn, northbound on Clermont Street. Vehicle 1 was eastbound on 5th Avenue, behind Vehicle 2. The driver of Vehicle 1 stated that she did not see the turn signal on Vehicle 2 and assumed that Vehicle 2 was going straight. Vehicle 1 accelerated and struck Vehicle 2 on the rear bumper/tailgate area causing damage. Vehicle 1 sustained damage to the front bumper/grill area. There were no injuries. The female driver of Vehicle 1 was cited for inattentive driving.
1:03 PM Officers responded to several reports of a pedestrian versus vehicle accident on Neva Road. An elderly female subject was attempting to cross traffic. The driver of the vehicle told officers that they did not see the female until she stepped in front of their moving vehicle. The female pedestrian only had very minor injuries. The vehicle had very minor damage.
4:23 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Clermont Street reporting that someone broke into her garage and took 10 boxes of 30-06 ammo.
4:53 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Weed Street reporting that her 1997 Chevy pickup and a 2002 Saturn Ion were stolen. She told officers that they were taken sometime between 3/23/18 and 4/1/18. A possible male and a possible female suspect were named. Officers attempted to make contact with the two subjects. The vehicles were entered as stolen.
Thursday, April 12th
6:23 PM Officers were at a residence on 1st Avenue to follow up on an earlier complaint. A male subject was arrested for possession of meth, possession of drug paraphernalia and a probation hold.
7:18 PM Officers responded to a call from an employee of an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting a shoplifter in the store. When officers arrived, they talked with the store manager who witnessed a female subject in a wheelchair sitting on a blanket with various items from the store under it. The female subject then went to her vehicle and placed the items on the passenger’s side floor board, covered them with a blanket and returned to the store. Officers made contact with the female subject who agreed to let officers search the vehicle. The female told officers that the items in the vehicle were from a previous shopping trip and she just hadn’t taken them out of the vehicle yet. Officers noted that numerous refrigerated food items were still cold to the touch and the manager identified numerous items from the store. The items were returned to the store. No charges were pressed, but officers warned the female subject about her behavior.
Friday, April 13th
12:29 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was just involved in a two car accident at 7th Avenue and Edison Street. There were no injuries and both vehicles were off of the road. A state report was filed.
9:45 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Prosser Place requesting an officer for a severely intoxicated male subject that was vomiting. The Antigo Fire Department was paged. While being transported to the hospital, the male subject was uncooperative and was spitting on the EMTs. While at Langlade Hospital, the male subject was not cooperative with nurses and staff and officers were called to help deal with the subject. The male was cited for disorderly conduct.
Saturday, April 14th
3:55 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Clermont Street reporting that within the past hour and a half, someone stuck a knife in her inside porch door. The knife was still in the door when officers arrived. Officers attempted to get fingerprints from the knife. The caller told officers that she had been out shoveling around 2:00 PM that afternoon and did not notice a knife then. There were no suspects.
4:47 PM Officers responded to a request for an officer at an area business on 5th Avenue for a female subject that gotten beat up. Officers found out that the female subject and another female subject had started arguing on Snapchat. This led them to meet outside a residence on Lincoln Street and then go to a nearby alley, north of the residence. Punches were thrown by both parties. The two subjects gave conflicting information to officers. Both female subjects were cited for disorderly conduct.
Sunday, April 15th
3:08 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident on 10th Avenue with a van and a Silverado truck.
3:42 PM Officers were out with a male subject on Freiburger Avenue. The male subject was arrested on a Langlade County warrant, a Department of Corrections warrant and possession of drug paraphernalia.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Thursday, April 12th
8:43 PM Officers found a large baggie of individually wrapped jewel bags, of what appeared to be methamphetamine, in the property bag of a male subject during an inventory, prior to his release from jail. The male subject was referred for possession of heroin with intent, possession of meth with intent and possession of a controlled substance in a jail facility.
Friday, April 13th
7:57 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was in the ditch on Hwy. 45, somewhere between Now Road and Huggins Road, in the east ditch. The vehicle was towed out of the ditch. There were no injuries and no damage to the vehicle.
9:20 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting a vehicle in the east ditch at Hwy. 45 and Sunset Road. The caller told officers that the vehicle looked like a Dodge Charger. The female driver slid into the ditch due to road conditions. The vehicle was towed out. There was no damage to the vehicle.
Saturday, April 14th
1:34 AM Officers came upon an unoccupied truck in the ditch at Cty. Rd. F and Meadow Road. The vehicle was towed. Dispatch left a message with the owner of the vehicle.
5:04 AM Officers came upon an unoccupied Dodge Grand Caravan in the ditch at Cty. Rd. C and Fielder Road. Officers noted that the vehicle was the ditch on the south side of the road facing westward, indicating that it crossed the eastbound lane. There was no damage to the vehicle. The vehicle was towed and held.
5:01 PM Officers responded to a report of an accident on Cty. Rd. J. Property damage only. A state report was completed.
6:49 PM Officers responded to a call reporting a car in the ditch on Hwy. 45, just north of Cty. Rd. G on the east side of the road. The male driver was transported to another area and given a sobriety test. He was not intoxicated. Officers gave the male subject a ride home. The vehicle was towed.
7:12 PM While officers were at an accident on Hwy. 45, north of Cty. Rd. G, they witnessed a one vehicle rollover. When they got to the truck, a male subject was already coming out of the front, stating that his girlfriend was still inside. Officers observed the female passenger, upside down in the truck, held by the seatbelt. She was panicking, asking for help and informed officers that she was 20 weeks pregnant. Officers cut the seatbelt and removed her from the vehicle. Both parties refused medical treatment when the Antigo Fire Department arrived. Officers gave the subjects a ride. They told officers that they were probably going to go to the hospital to get the baby checked. A state crash report was completed.
9:38 PM Officers came upon a vehicle in the ditch on Cty. Rd. HH, just north of Cty. Rd. Y. The vehicle was towed out.
11:56 PM Officers responded to a report of a vehicle in the ditch at Hwy. 64 and Meadow Road. The slide in was due to weather conditions. The vehicle was towed out.
Sunday, April 15th
5:54 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he came upon a vehicle rollover on Hwy. 64, east of Meadow Road. The caller told officers that one female was out of the vehicle and she said that she was not injured. The towing company flipped the vehicle over, but left it at the scene until the highway was cleared.
Monday, April 16th
7:22 AM Officers responded to a call from the Highway Department reporting a vehicle in the ditch at Cty. Rd. S and Gruenberg Road. The male driver was cited for operating without a license.
4:54 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was involved in an accident on N. Langlade Road, near Hwy. 64. The female caller told officers that she was stopped at a stop sign on N. Langlade Road and crept forward to see around a snowbank. The male driver of the vehicle behind her took his foot off the brake and started moving forward because he thought that she was proceeding through the intersection. The male driver struck the female’s vehicle causing some scratches and a small blemish on the rear bumper.
10:20 PM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male subject reporting that he went into the ditch on Cty. Rd. I, 1 mile east of Rosedale Road. There were no injuries. The male subject was not intoxicated. The vehicle was drivable.
Tuesday, April 17th
4:09 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that a wood splitter was stolen from her storage unit on Cty. Rd. T. The female told officers that she hadn’t been to the storage unit since last fall. The lock on the door had been cut off. The item was described as a red 22 ton wood splitter, that was several years old. It was valued at $1,000.