Antigo Police Department & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 7/23/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, July 9th
12:19 PM A male subject came to the Safety Building to report that about $2,000 worth of stolen brick was in his yard on Dorr Street. Statements were taken from the male subject and an Antigo area business. All of the bricks were removed. A female subject was referred for theft and five counts of bail jumping.
Tuesday, July 10th
2:31 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that another vehicle backed into her vehicle at Little League Park on Dorr Street. Vehicle 2 was legally parked in the grass area facing eastbound. Vehicle 1 attempted to back and park next to Vehicle 2. The driver of Vehicle 1 stated that she was trying to miss a tree and backed into the passenger side front bumper of Vehicle 2 causing minor damage to the front bumper and headlight. There was very minor damage to the rear bumper of Vehicle 1. There were no injuries.
4:45 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on Arctic Street reporting that his wife’s bike was stolen from their yard. The suspect left their bike behind. The bike taken was a blue Schwinn. The subject left behind a Huffy. The bike was taken to impound.
9:23 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Edison Street requesting that an officer come to her residence. She stated to officers that she and her roommate had shut the garage door and when they returned, the garage was open and items from the garage were in the back yard. It also appeared that someone had rummaged through the garage. The female told officers that she had left at 2:30 PM and returned home at 6:30 PM. She was then approached by neighbors who told her that a female subject had been there. She had come out of the garage and placed a black duffel bag and two children’s pedal cars in the yard and then went back into the garage. The reporting female gave officers the name of a male subject that may have had something to do with the incident, as he knew the code for the garage door. There was nothing missing. Officers advised the female to change the locks on the house and garage and change the security code.
9:49 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting an accident on 4th Avenue. The caller told officers that a male subject hit her vehicle while she was not moving. Vehicle 2 was parked in the driveway facing north. Vehicle 1 was also parked in the driveway facing north. The driver of Vehicle 1 attempted to back up, but struck the driver’s side of Vehicle 2 with the passenger side of Vehicle 1.
Wednesday, July 11th
10:30 AM Officers responded to a call from an employee of an area business on S. Superior Street reporting a gas drive-off at 9:45 AM that morning for $50. The caller told officers that they had the vehicle on video. The caller gave officers the license plate number of the vehicle and told officers that they felt that the subject had done it intentionally. The video footage showed a male subject driving up to the pump and then sitting there for several minutes before pumping gas. The subject washed every window of the vehicle and talked with other customers. He then entered the car and lit a cigarette. The male subject was parked at the pumps for about 20 minutes and never entered the store to attempt to pay. Officers contacted the registered owner of the vehicle who was related to the driver. She was very upset that the male subject had not paid. The male subject was cited for theft.
Thursday, July 12th
3:30 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Superior Street report a gas drive off that just occurred. The caller gave officers the license plate number. The vehicle was described as a bluish gray vehicle that left going southbound on Superior Street. Officers stopped the vehicle at 9th Avenue and Superior Street. The two male subjects in the vehicle were going to go back and pay for the $2.35 worth of gas.
6:20 PM Officers responded to an anonymous complaint of a possible intoxicated driver heading north on Hwy. 45. The reporting person told officers that the driver was repeatedly increasing and decreasing speeds and had been going over the center line since Birnamwood. Officers stopped the vehicle and the male subject was escorted to an area motel for the evening.
9:39 PM Officers responded to a call from a female at a residence on Morse Street reporting that a male subject had tried to break into her home a little while ago. He was unsuccessful and ran off. The male subject was described as wearing a dark hoodie and blue jeans. The female told officers that she had been watching television and heard the door handle being jingled around. It then sounded like the subject was trying to push on the door. She told officers that she looked out the window and saw the male subject. As she went to the door, the subject took off eastbound. Officers looked around the neighborhood, but were unable to locate the subject.
9:39 PM Officers were at a residence on Arctic Street on a warrant attempt. A female subject was arrested on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant for disorderly conduct.
Friday, July 13th
12:56 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. Vehicle 1 was northbound in the lot, attempting to exit. Vehicle 1 had stopped for the pedestrian cross walk, then proceeded north and struck Vehicle 2 which was westbound, but hadn’t stopped for a stop sign. Vehicle 2, after being struck in the side, spun around and ended up in some bushes facing southbound. The driver of Vehicle 2 told officers that she didn’t see the stop sign. She admitted to officers that the accident was her fault.
9:26 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on 6th Avenue reporting that he could see a male subject in the backyard at a residence on Milton Street, smoking marijuana out of a bong with two other male subjects. The male subject was arrested for felony marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. A probation hold was also placed on the male subject.
Sunday, July 15th
10:32 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that his vehicle was rear-ended at the Hwy. 64 and Hwy. 45 intersection while he was stopped to make a turn. There were no injuries.
8:51 PM Officers responded to an anonymous call reporting that a male subject had come to an apartment building on 6th Avenue and was looking to drop a “kid” and during the process he broke a window, got blood all over and then left in a gray and black Buick Rendezvous, heading toward Clermont and Superior Streets, five minutes prior to the call to officers. Officers attempted to contact the male suspect. Officers left him a message to call them back.
Monday, July 16th
9:21 AM Officers responded to a call from an employee of an area business on Neva Road requesting an officer for an out of control male subject in the business. The male subject was arrested on Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrants. He was transported to Corrections.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Thursday, July 12th
11:44 PM Officers responded to a call from a male on Cty. Rd. D, reporting that a tree had come down across the road, landing on a power line, and now the house was filling up with smoke. The caller told officers that he could not see any flames and they did not have any power. He also said that the road was fully blocked by the power line under the tree. Officers advised the caller to get everyone out of the house and wait across the road. The house was evacuated upon the officer’s arrival. Officers were there for traffic control until they were relieved by Rural Fire Control.
Friday, July 13th
3:41 PM Officers responded to an anonymous caller reporting that a light blue vehicle, that was traveling south on Hwy. 45 towards Antigo, was crossing the fog line and was reducing and accelerating speed. Officers stopped the vehicle. The male driver was cited for operating without a license.
Saturday, July 14th
12:19 PM Officers responded to a two vehicle accident in front of a residence on Hwy. 45. Both vehicles were towed. There was also damage to a mailbox.
7:19 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting a reckless driver that was heading south on Hwy. 45, near Cty. Rd. A. The caller told officers that he lost sight of the vehicle at an area business on Memory Lane in Antigo. The vehicle was described as a green Jeep Wrangler, with the top off, covered in mud. Officers found the male driver at the business on Memory Lane. He was arrested for operating while intoxicating.
Sunday, July 15th
7:35 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. T. The male driver was cited for operating left of center, passing into oncoming traffic, failure to wear a seat belt, no proof of insurance and unnecessary acceleration. He was also given a written warning for a cracked windshield.
Monday, July 16th
5:41 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting a car in the ditch at the intersection of Mytas Road and Cty. Rd. P. The vehicle was described as a white Chevy Impala. It was towed and held. 7:30 AM Officers received a call from a female wanting to find out where the vehicle had been towed to. She told officers that her son had been driving the vehicle at the time of the accident. Officers talked with the male driver. He admitted to “rolling” through the stop sign. He was cited for failure to stop at a stop sign and failure to notify law enforcement of an accident.
9:23 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he rear-ended a combine on Hwy. 45 by Cty. Rd. V. The male driver of the farm equipment was cited for failure to have proper lighting on a non-motor vehicle/equipment.
9:59 PM While on the scene of another accident, an area towing company reported to officers that they received a call for another vehicle that lost its wheel on Cty. Rd. A, south of Cty. Rd. S. Officers responded.
Wednesday, July 18th
10:43 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she hit a bear cub on Hwy. 45 near Forman Road. She told officers that her vehicle had damage to the inside wheel well. She also said that the bear cub was lying on the side of the road, but was breathing.