Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 10/8/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, September 24th
10:11 PM Officers responded to a call from Langlade Hospital reporting that they had a male subject in the emergency room that was being verbal with staff and was threatening to become physical. The male subject was sent on his way.
Tuesday, September 25th
7:25 AM Officers responded to a call from Antigo High School reporting a fight. A student was referred for disorderly conduct.
8:23 AM Officers responded to a report of a fight in progress at Antigo High School. Two male students were fighting. A teacher stepped in to stop the fight. One male student was cited for disorderly conduct.
3:02 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Neva Road reporting that a male subject with outstanding warrants just left in a vehicle. She gave officers the license plate number. Officers stopped the vehicle. The male subject was arrested on two Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrants, possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana with intent, and possession of drug paraphernalia. A female subject was referred for obstructing an officer. A second male subject was arrested for possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, obstructing an officer and a probation hold. A third male subject was arrested for possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana and a probation hold.
6:42 PM Officers were out at an apartment on Lincoln Street. A male subject was arrested on a Department of Corrections warrant and transported to Corrections. He was found hiding in a bathroom closet.
Wednesday, September 26th
3:00 PM Officers responded to a report from a crossing guard at 7th Avenue and Superior Street that 2 or 3 year old female child had come up to them unattended. It appeared that the child had gotten out of her crib and left the house. The male subject that was in the home was sleeping at the time and didn’t realize that she was gone. The child’s mother had been gone at the time.
Thursday, September 27th
12:42 PM Officers were notified by Antigo High School that two male subjects had just entered the high school, went to the office and asked, where those little “b**ches” are. They were recording on their phone at the time. The subjects were escorted out and left going southbound on Western Avenue and in little blue car, possibly a Toyota with no hubcap on the back, left tire. The information was given to all squads.
2:26 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at an area business on Morse Street. A delivery driver had backed into a trailer.
3:15 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident on Superior Street by Graham Avenue. The female driver of one of the vehicles was cited for inattentive driving.
11:21 PM Officers were doing a walk through at an area business on Edison Street. A male subject was arrested on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant.
Friday, September 28th
7:32 AM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at 7th Avenue and Superior Street.
11:09 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Neva Road reporting that three younger male subjects took a pellet pistol and left in a gray Nissan. They told officers that the theft had happened at 10:27 AM. They gave officers the license plate number of the vehicle. Officers sent a teletype with the information to the Shawano County Sheriff’s office and the Marathon County Sheriff’s office. One male subject was later taken into custody for shoplifting.
2:59 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at 7th Avenue and Superior Street. One vehicle was towed.
4:55 PM Officers responded to a report of a hit and run accident on the corner of 5th Avenue and Dorr Street. A black Silverado truck struck a VW bug vehicle and left going westbound on 5th Avenue. Officers were given a license plate number. A male subject was arrested for hit and run of an occupied vehicle.
11:38 PM Officers assisted with a vehicle on fire between two area businesses on Neva Road. The male driver told officers that he was driving north on Neva Road when the truck shut off. He coasted into the driveway between the two businesses, opened the hood and noticed flames. Everyone got out of the vehicle and he called 911.
Saturday, September 29th
4:34 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at 5th Avenue and Aurora Street. There were no injuries. One vehicle was towed. The driver of one of the vehicles was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 1st offense.
Sunday, September 30th
1:49 AM Officers stopped a vehicle on Neva Road. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated and operating after suspension. He was transported to Corrections.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, September 26th
7:44 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting possible deer poaching on his land on Cty. Rd. W, near Trout Road. He stated that he had given a male subject permission to hunt there. That day, the male was hunting up in a tree stand, when an unknown person on a four wheeler came onto the property. That person did not know that the male subject was there. The unknown person then shot a deer with a gun, with a possible silencer. The male subject felt he was in danger because the person had shot towards him. (He was in between the deer and the shooter.) It was dark when the subject shot the gun. The gun was described as either a 22 caliber or a 17 caliber and it did not have a loud bang. It was believed that the four wheeler left going westbound on Cty. Rd. W. The caller told officers that this person did not have permission to be on his land. The next day, officers went out to the property and saw a heavily traveled four wheeler trail on the west edge of a soybean field leading to a residence. The land owner told officers that he had given the male subject at that residence permission to hunt. Officers then went to the area where gun was fired and found a tree stand and a bait pile approximately 10-15 yards away. A male subject from the nearby residence then approached on a four wheeler. He admitted to officers that it was his tree stand, but denied hunting there the night before. Officers sent the information to the DNR warden. The DNR warden later spoke to the male subject who had the tree stand and he admitted that he had been in the tree stand that night and fired a .45 black powder at a coyote. The DNR was going to handle the illegal baiting issue.
Sunday, September 30th
12:42 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and Century Avenue. The male driver was cited for speed, having no insurance and a defective speedometer. Officers had stopped the vehicle for speed, but they then detected the odor of marijuana. Officers received consent to search. A baggie of marijuana was located in the male subject’s backpack. He was then arrested for possession of marijuana and two counts of bail jumping. The marijuana was later weighed in at 4 grams.
Monday, October 1st
12:20 PM Officers received information from the White Lake School that a male student was swearing and calling a girl a “b**ch” and he stated that he continue to call anyone a “b**ch” that made him made. He was referred for disorderly conduct.