Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 9/9/19
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Tuesday, August 27th
Officers responded to a report of an accident at 3rd Avenue and Lincoln Street. The caller told officers that a vehicle ran the stop light at 3rd Avenue and Lincoln Street and struck his vehicle.
Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that they caught someone shoplifting. Officers cited the subject for retail theft.
Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she was in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64 and a male subject in a vehicle two spaces away from her was lying on his back in his seat with his penis exposed. The male’s vehicle was described as small and black in color. When officers arrived, the caller told officers that the male subject had driven away, going west on Hwy. 64 just before their arrival. She was unable to get a complete license plate number.
Wednesday, August 28th
Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 regarding a theft from a vehicle in the parking lot.
Friday, August 30th
Officers received a call from a female on Deleglise Street reporting that her vehicle was stolen.
Officers responded to a call from the Probation & Parole office requesting an officer to pick up a male subject at their office and arrest him on a probation hold. The subject was arrested and transported to Corrections.
Officers responded to a report of a needle on Freiburger Avenue, just south of Wilson Street, on the south side of the road in the tall grass. Officers were unable to locate the object.
Saturday, August 31st
Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that someone crawled through his window on 6th Avenue and attacked him. He stated that there was a group of five people, male & female subjects, by the back door that did it.
Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she found a needle in front of some apartments on Clermont Street. Officers picked up the used needle and syringe and disposed of it in a Sharps container.
Officers responded to a call from a subject on Weed Street reporting a theft. The back door frame had been taken out and a window broken. A lawnmower and 20 bundles of shingles had been taken.
Sunday, September 1st
Officers stopped a UTV on Elm Street. The driver was cited for operating a UTV on city streets.
Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that they were holding a female subject for shoplifting. The female subject was cited for retail theft.
A male subject came to the Safety Building to turn himself in. The subject was taken into custody on 3 Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrants.
Officers executed a warrant attempt at a residence on Superior Street.
Monday, September 2nd
Officers stopped a vehicle at Dorr Street and 7th Avenue. Officers conducted a field sobriety test. The driver was taken into custody for driving while intoxicated. They were also cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Officers responded to a report of road blockage on Century Avenue. There was pea gravel in the eastbound lane.
Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and North Avenue. Officers found out that the male subject’s driver’s license had been revoked and he was driving outside of occupational license times. A Department of Corrections hold was placed on the driver and he was taken into custody.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
Tuesday, August 27th
Officers were on the scene of a power line down and on fire at Cty. Rd. D and Hwy. 45. The Fire Department was paged and WPS was notified.
Officers received a call from a male subject reporting that his property on Mary Lane was damaged as a logging trail, approximately 20 feet across, had been cut through the back of his property. He told officers that he had not given anyone permission to cut trees or put a logging road through his property and the logs that had been cut were taken. Officers advised the male that a deputy would follow up in the daylight when they could see the damage more clearly. Officers also advised him to send an email to the conservation warden regarding possible timber theft.
Wednesday, August 28th
Officers stopped a vehicle at Cty. Rd. T and Hwy. 55. A search of the vehicle and driver was conducted. The subject was taken into custody and taken to Langlade Hospital for a blood draw. The vehicle was towed.
Thursday, August 29th
Officers assisted with a fire call at a residence on Van Alstine Road. Upon arrival the house was filled with smoke, coming from the stove. The stove was turned off. The Wolf River Fire Department took over. There was no apparent damage.
Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that someone had burglarized his house on Hwy. 55. He told officers that it must have happened recently, but he was not sure when. Officers advised the caller to avoid touching as much as possible until law enforcement arrived. Entry had been gained by breaking the patio door. The male subject was missing a .22 firearm and a television.
Sunday, September 1st
Officer received a report of a possible intoxicated driver in the vicinity of Hwy. 47 and Maplegrove Road in a Chevy S10 pickup pulling a boat. All squads were out of position. A teletype was sent to both Menominee County and the Shawano County Sheriff’s Office with the information.
Monday, September 2nd
Officers received an anonymous report of a black 1999 Chevy Malibu that just left Crandon about 15 minutes earlier, headed back to Edgar with four subjects smoking marijuana in it. The caller believed that they would be traveling on Hwy. 45. All squads were advised and a teletype was sent to Marathon County Sheriff’s Office with the information.
Officers responded to a request from the Marathon County Sheriff’s Office for assistance with a fight in progress at an event at Schwede Lane. Six people were originally involved in the fight. A female subject had hit the reporting person with chairs and a speaker. The reporting person then hit the female in her face to make her stop and leave. When some of the subjects left, they threatened that they would be back with more people. It was believed that alcohol was involved. While en route, officers were told to disregard as Marathon County was able to send more officers to the scene.
Officers received a call from the Town of Evergreen supervisor reporting that someone took down a stop sign at Elton South Road and Harmon Road and stole it. They also spray painted blue on several road signs and the black top on Elton South Road and Harmon Road, all the way to Cty. Rd. P.
Officers responded to an anonymous tip that a male subject with outstanding warrants was at a residence on Cty. Rd. AA. Officers were also told that the male subject drove a silver Monte Carlo. The male subject was arrested on a Dodge County Sherriff’s Office warrant and a Taylor County Sherriff’s Office warrant. He was also charged for a possession of a firearm, which he was not allowed to have.
A male subject came to the Safety Building to report the theft of his mail. He told officers that he had observed some children at an address on Cty. Rd. I playing with the mailbox.
Officers responded to a call from a female on Hwy. 45 in Elcho reporting that a UTV drove by her house and deliberately threw up gravel, hitting her in the face, because she was telling them to slow down. The caller told officers that UTVs were flying up and down Dorr Street and this area was posted at 15 MPH. She also told officers that she thought that a passenger in one of the UTVs was consuming an alcoholic beverage. Officers spoke with a male subject who stated that they had a gathering at his residence earlier that day and several ATVs/UTVs had stopped by. Officers spoke to the subject at length about recent ATV crashes, and the dangers of drinking and driving. Officers wanted to speak with all those involved in person, but the male subject would not share their names. He told officers that he would advise them of the complaint.
Tuesday, September 3rd
Officers stopped a vehicle at Hwy. 55 and Cty. Rd. T. A search was conducted. Officers discovered a concealed knife under the male driver’s seat. The Department of Corrections was contacted and hold was authorized for the male subject. The male subject was then arrested on the Department of Corrections warrant.
A female came to the Safety Building to report that some subjects had been trespassing on her land on Rosedale Road. Drug paraphernalia had been found in a hunting stand. She also told officers that a game camera had now been placed in the area.
Officers responded to a report of a tree across a roadway at Stoney Road and Cty. Rd. F.