Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 2/18/19
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Tuesday, February 5th
10:10 AM Officers responded to a call from an area business on S. Superior Street reporting a shoplifting incident. Around 4:00 PM on 2/4/19, a male party came into the business and took several items and put a few in his pants pocket. He then continued through the business and checked out. It appeared that at least 2 items were stolen, a bottle of cough syrup and a bottle of Anbesol. The male party then left in an older red Chevy Cavalier. Officers watched the surveillance video got a partial license plate number. Officers were able to identify the male subject. He was cited for retail theft.
5:39 PM Officers were at a residence on 1st Avenue. A female subject was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Wednesday, February 6th
7:23 AM Officers responded to a call from a 63 year old male reporting that he just struck another vehicle at 5th Avenue and Hudson Street as he was out plowing. The 17 year old female driver of the other vehicle had not cleaned off her windows and then pulled out onto Hudson Street right into the path of the male subject’s vehicle. The female subject received several citations including one for having no insurance.
9:50 AM Officers responded to a call from Antigo High School reporting that some drugs had been found. Officers transported a 16 year old female student to the Safety Building to speak to officers. She was referred for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. She was also cited for possession of tobacco products.
Thursday, February 7th
2:27 PM Officers responded to a call from the City of Antigo Street Department reporting that a red vehicle lost control on the corner of Neva Road and Kaplanek Street and was stuck in a snowbank. The caller told officers that one male subject took off running from the vehicle. The vehicle was towed. Dispatch later received a call from a 28 year old male stating that he had let a 38 year old male use his car and that male subject had called him stating that he had an accident and left the vehicle. The 38 year old male subject was arrested on a probation hold at a residence on Clermont Street.
3:35 PM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male reporting a fire at a residence on Field Street. The caller was told that there was a couch on fire downstairs and there possibly may be a fire upstairs as well.
Friday, February 8th
7:36 AM Officers responded to a call from a 17 year old female reporting a two vehicle accident at Antigo High School. The caller told officers that she had a scratch on the right front of her vehicle, near the headlight.
10:51 AM Officers responded to a call from a 60 year old female reporting that her parked, silver Dodge Caravan had just rolled out of her driveway and across the street, striking a building.
Sunday, February 10th
11:41 AM Officers responded to a call from a 50 year old female reporting a two vehicle accident in the parking lot of an area establishment on Neva Road.
1:22 PM Officers responded to a call from a 52 year old female reporting a two vehicle accident on Neva Road. Property damage only.
Monday, February 11th
12:24 AM Officers executed a warrant attempt at an apartment building on Clermont Street. A 24 year old male subject answered the door with an attitude and lied repeatedly to officers about a female subject’s whereabouts. The male subject was taken into custody after a brief struggle. He was arrested on a Forest County Sheriff’s Office warrant. The 29 year old female subject was located in a bed with covers over her head. She was arrested on a Racine County Sheriff’s Office warrant.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Friday, February 8th
4:01 PM Officers responded to a call reporting a two vehicle accident at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. C. A witness stated to officers that he was following a Chevy Tahoe when he noticed a vehicle approaching the stop sign at a high rate of speed. The witness stated that the vehicle did not appear to attempt to stop. The driver of the other vehicle, a Subaru Outback, stated to officers that he attempted to stop, but was aware that he was going to hit the Tahoe so he attempted to go for the snowbank, but was unsuccessful and hit the Tahoe anyway. Officers notified the Highway Department about a piece of missing guard rail. Both vehicles were towed.
Saturday, February 9th
12:52 PM An officer on duty reported that he was just involved in a two vehicle accident at Neva Road and Ackley Street. The officer was stopped at the intersection behind a vehicle operated by a 72 year old male subject. There was a large snowbank obstructing the male’s view of Neva Road and he began backing up towards the squad car. The officer sounded his horn twice, but the male subject continued to back up and struck the squad car in the driver’s door, leaving a dent. There was no visible damage to the male subject’s vehicle.
Sunday, February 10th
12:13 PM Officers responded to a call from a 24 year old female reporting that she was just involved in a two car accident at Hwy 45 and Birch Road. There were no injuries and both vehicles were on the side of the road. The 71 year old male driver of the other vehicle was given a 7 day correction notice for having no proof of insurance.
7:12 PM Officers responded to a call from a 59 year old male reporting that that he was involved in a two vehicle accident at Hwy. 45 and Forrest Road. He told officers that his vehicle was no longer drivable and the trailer that he was towing was also damaged. The 63 year old male driver of the other vehicle was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 3rd offense. He was transported to Corrections. Both vehicles were towed.
9:42 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that a SUV pulled out of an area business on Hwy. 45 and went right into the ditch. When officers arrived they found the vehicle running in the parking lot with the driver’s window open and the hazard lights on. The female driver was found sitting at the bar inside the business drinking water. The female admitted to officers that she drove the vehicle into the ditch and that she had been drinking. Officers transported the female subject to a secure area where they performed a standardized field sobriety test. During the test, the female attempted to walk and turn, but fell backwards. She was arrested for intoxicated driving.
Monday, February 11th
7:37 AM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that two pickup trucks collided on Cty. Rd. S, north of Hwy. 64. There were no injuries. Due to the ice and snow conditions, the male driver of one of the vehicles was unable to stop in his driveway as he approached Cty. Rd. S and collided with the other pickup. Both vehicles were towed.