Antigo Police and Langlade County Sheriff’s Report for 7/22/19
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Wednesday, July 10th
Officers responded to a report of an accident in the parking lot of an area business on Neva Road. A vehicle struck one of the cart returns in the parking lot.
Officers responded to a report of citizens needing assistance at Castle Park at 5th Avenue and Field Street. Officers helped two juvenile female subjects that were stuck in the kiddy swings.
A male subject came to the Safety Building to report that a red Ford pickup had accelerated, almost rear-ended him, and then passed him in a residential area of the city. He gave officers the license plate number of the vehicle. Officers were unable to make contact with the registered owner of the vehicle.
Thursday, July 11th
Officers responded to a report of a subject needing assistance at Clermont Street and 5th Avenue. A female subject was trying to help an intoxicated male subject walk home and he had passed out in her arms. Officers decided to let the male subject sleep it off on the sidewalk and they would check on him periodically.
Officers responded to a report of criminal damage at an address on Deleglise Street. The caller stated that part of a door was broken. The deadbolt and the handle were not functioning as they should. Officers were able to fix the deadbolt, but not the handle. Officers determined that the deadbolt and handle had been tampered with, but no entry was gained. There were no suspects.
Saturday, July 13th
Officers responded to a call from a female subject reporting that two intoxicated subjects, one male and one female, were inside an area business on Neva Road. The caller told officers that they had almost hit her on their way into the parking lot. She believed that they were either intoxicated or on drugs. Officers conducted a standard field sobriety test. One subject was taken into custody.
Officers arrested a subject on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant at the courthouse.
Officers responded to a report of a vehicle parked near Brian Drive with a female subject stumbling around the vehicle. The female subject was arrested for operating while intoxicated, possession of meth and possession of marijuana. She was taken to the hospital for medical clearance and then to Corrections.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
Wednesday, July 10th
Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. B. Officers received consent to search the vehicle. Two subjects were referred for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and a masking agent.
Thursday, July 11th
Officers responded to a call from an off-duty officer reporting an eastbound vehicle on Hwy. 64 from Roehrig Road that was consistently weaving, riding the yellow line and hitting the gravel shoulder. Officers stopped the vehicle at Hwy. 64 and Saratoga Street. The driver was warned about their driving habits.
Officers received a call from a male stating that he had been in an accident earlier that day, on the road north of Antigo that leads to Crandon. He thought it was Cty. Rd. B. He stated that a vehicle swerved and hit his mirror. He told officers that he was driving a white Chevy Colorado. Officers located what appeared to be parts from two different mirrors on Cty. Rd. A where the accident occurred. Officers also received a call from a female stating that she was following a vehicle for several miles and it was swerving. She then witnessed it hit another vehicle about 2 miles from Neva Corners on Cty. Rd. A. She told officers that the vehicles struck mirrors and both mirrors were busted off. The striking vehicle was described as a grey Chevy Malibu.
Sunday, July 14th
Officers responded to a report of two vehicle accident at Cty. Rd. J and Hwy. 45. No one was hurt. One vehicle was towed.
Officers responded to a call from female on Mark Lane making a harassment complaint. The caller told officers that some subjects had been screaming at her and threatening her for the last few days and now a female subject was sitting in the driveway in a Silver Pontiac Grand Am. She told officers that she wanted the subjects told not to contact her or come to her residence. Officers advised the caller on how to pursue a temporary restraining order. Officers received consent to search the female subject’s vehicle. She was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers transported the female to the county line at Hwy. 52 and Cty. Rd. HH to meet the Marathon County Sheriff’s Office.
Monday, July 15th
Officers stopped a vehicle on Hwy. 64. A standard field sobriety test was conducted. A subject was taken into custody. They were also cited for failure to fasten their seatbelt.
Officers responded to a report of a tree down on Cty. Rd. M, one mile west of Hwy. 55, blocking one lane of traffic. The Highway Department was notified.
Officers responded to a report of a large tree down across both lanes of Pence Lake Road between Cty. Rd. A and Cty. Rd. J. Officers notified the town chairman.
Officers responded to a report of a tree down on Cty. Rd. K, blocking the road. While officers were there, someone from the township arrived to take care of it.
Tuesday, July 16th
Officers responded to a 911 call reporting a one vehicle rollover accident at Forest Road and Bogus Road. When officers arrived the Elcho Fire Department was en route and the towing company was on the scene.
Officers responded to a report of a road blockage on Grudgeville Road, approximately one mile south of Hwy. 64. It was reported that some kind of crystal chemicals were on the road. It was determined that it was fertilizer and it was cleaned up.
Officers responded to a report of a suspicious male subject that was walking west on Cty. Rd. K, just east of Cty. Rd. U with a knife out, trying to scratch vehicles. The male was described as tall, wearing jeans and a dark flannel shirt. Officers transported the male subject to Winnebago County.
Officers responded to a call from a male with the DNR reporting the theft of a power rake for a skid steer from locked and gated land on Hwy. 64, approximately one mile from the Lincoln County line. The theft occurred within the last four weeks. The male told officers that he had also received reports that there had been a new Chevy Impala parked in different areas of the same property with someone sitting in the vehicle. It seemed that they were waiting for someone.
Officers responded to a report from a male subject on Wilson Road that some windows had been broken out of his house.