Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 1/28/19
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Tuesday, January 15th
12:39 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on Neva Road reporting that a semi-truck driver came in to the business and when asked if he got any fuel, he said, “No, just give me my scale.” When he left, they discovered that he had actually pumped $94.44 in fuel. The semi left southbound on Neva Road. The truck was described as a blue International with the word Bentley on it. It had large rocks on the trailer and a rock picker. Officers stopped the semi on Hwy. 45. The male driver told officers that he would go back to the business. 1:10 PM the business called back saying that the driver came in and paid for the fuel.
3:57 PM Officers responded to a call from a female at an area business on 6th Avenue reporting that they had a counterfeit bill. The bill was identified as a motion picture bill. It was discovered in the deposit from another area business.
Wednesday, January 16th
11:58 AM Officers responded to a 911 call from a female reporting a two vehicle accident on Neva Road. Property damage only. The 66 year old female driver of one of the vehicles was cited for failure to yield the right of way.
1:31 PM Officers responded to a call from West Elementary School requesting an officer for a 9 year old male student who was threatening others with a ruler and destroying the school.
3:20 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that a gray Ford pickup had backed into his vehicle while it was parked in the hospital parking lot on 5th Avenue. The caller reported that there was damage to his vehicle. The caller also told officers that his wife had been in the vehicle when the pickup struck them. He gave officers the license plate number of the striking vehicle.
6:32 PM Officers were at an area business on Hwy. 64 on a warrant attempt. A 21 year old female was arrested on three Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrants.
Thursday, January 17th
7:31 PM Officers responded to a call from a female calling from a relative’s house on 8th Avenue reporting that it looked like someone had broken into the house. The caller said that there was a door open and some garbage was knocked over. The caller was not sure if anyone may still be there. While searching the area, officers located a receipt from an area business on the back porch. It appeared that the suspect had only gotten into the garage. It was unknown if anything was missing. The suspect(s) did attempt to gain entry into the house through the back porch. At the business that the receipt came from, officers reviewed video and identified a suspect. Officers were investigating.
Friday, January 18th
4:16 PM Officers were out with a stolen vehicle at an area establishment on Clermont Street. The vehicle was parked in the back. Per the Shawano County Sheriff’s Office, a male subject and a female subject took the vehicle without permission from a residence where they had been staying. Officers arrested the male subject on felony stolen vehicle charges for the Shawano County Sheriff’s Office. He was also charged with possession of meth, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and several illegal prescription charges.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, January 16th
2:12 PM Officers arrested a 35 year old male subject at his place of employment on Forrest Avenue on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant. He was transported to Corrections.
3:20 PM Officers responded to a call from an area bus company reporting a vehicle crash on Hwy. 47 involving a red, early 2000’s Chevrolet pickup truck that went in the ditch and ‘took out’ an electric fence. The truck had been observed drifting towards the left side of the roadway before entering the ditch. The vehicle then got out and took off going southbound on Sugarbush Rd. A student on the bus identified the driver. Officers made contact with the male driver at an area business on Cty. Rd. D in Shawano County. He claimed to officers that he had not been drinking before the crash and a “yellow two ton truck” had tried to run him off the road, so he reacted by going into the ditch on the wrong side, and because he was so “shook up” he did not contact law enforcement about the accident. The 64 year old male subject was cited for hit and run of property adjacent to the highway, failure to notify law enforcement of an accident and operating left of center.
Thursday, January 17th
4:41 PM Officers were out with a vehicle in the ditch at Cty. Rd. M and N. White Lake Drive. There was no damage.
Friday, January 18th
4:17 PM Officers responded to a call for a 17 year old male who was involved in an accident at Hwy. 52 and Sylvan Acres East. His vehicle was in the ditch. The vehicle was driven out of the ditch.
Saturday, January 19th
2:20 AM Officers stopped a vehicle on Neva Rd. Officers noticed a strong odor of intoxicants. The 19 year old male driver admitted to consuming alcohol. Officers administered a standard field sobriety test. His PBT was .055. Officers did not observe enough signs of impairment to warrant an operating while intoxicated arrest. The male subject was cited for violating an order of absolute sobriety, operating without a valid driver’s license, operating a vehicle without insurance and underage drinking.
6:21 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that someone broke into his cabin on Pickerel Creek Road. He was unsure of the exact day or time of the break in. He reported to officers that two Musky mounts that had been on the wall were gone, a 40 inch television, a PlayStation 2, as well as two stereo systems and speakers. There was no sign of forced entry. The key that had been under the door mat was gone. The caller told officers that the last time anyone had been there was approximately December 19th or 20th.
10:53 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Cty. Rd. B in Summit Lake reporting that someone had driven by their house and threw an egg that hit their door. The caller told officers that the vehicle was a small, quiet car that was heading towards Elcho. They had no idea who it was, but this was the second time that it had happened.
Sunday, January 20th
8:00 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 45 and Knight Road. The 17 year old male driver was given a written warning for speed for going 90 MPH in a 55 MPH zone. The 19 year old male passenger told officers that he had been in a snowmobile accident. He was complaining of a leg injury, abdominal pain, back pain and trouble walking. Officers transported the male subject to Langlade Hospital.
Monday, January 21st
12:59 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Cty. Rd. B reporting that someone had thrown eggs at her house either last night or that morning and they had broken a window. Some shoe prints were found in the snow. Photos were taken. There were no suspects at that time.
10:53 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at W. Hollister Road and Hwy. 55. The 36 year old female driver was taken into custody on a Shawano County Sheriff’s Office warrant. Drug paraphernalia was also confiscated. She was transported to Corrections and the drug paraphernalia was destroyed
Tuesday, January 22nd
12:00 PM Officers responded to a report of a one vehicle rollover accident on Hwy. 64. The female driver was out of the vehicle and not injured. Hwy. 64 was ice and snow covered and very slippery. The female driver told officers that she was eastbound on Hwy. 64, east of Ackley Road and a vehicle in front of her braked. When she braked, the vehicle began sliding and slid into the north ditch, rolling over a culvert. The vehicle was severally damaged and towed.
9:24 PM Officers responded to a 911 call reporting a vehicle in the ditch on Cty. Rd. F ½ mile west of Meadow Road. The driver was still in the vehicle. No injuries were observed. The vehicle was towed out. It had no damage.