Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 4-27-20
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Wednesday, April 15th
Officers stopped a vehicle at Superior Street and 1st Avenue. They received consent to search the vehicle. The driver was cited for underage alcohol, and was referred for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Thursday, April 16th
Officers stopped a vehicle at Neva Road and North Avenue. They received consent to search the vehicle. The driver was referred for possession of methamphetamine.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
Thursday, April 16th
Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at Cty. Rd. T and Hwy. 55. Property damage only. One driver was given a 5 day correction notice for no proof of insurance.
Officers received a call from a male on Hwy. 64 reporting possible fraud or identity theft. The caller told officers that a female subject had convinced him into letting her deposit money into his checking account. He told officers the bank was now telling him that he is not authorized to make transfers.
A male subject came to the Safety Building to report a gun that had been missing from his residence on Hwy. 55 for about 3 weeks. The last time it was seen, it was on the top of the refrigerator. He gave officers the name of a subject who may have possibly taken it.
Officers responded to a call from a female on Christie Road reporting a prowler. The caller told officers that a subject had banged on her daughter’s window. The caller’s husband then saw tracks leading from the house towards Hwy. 47. When officers arrived, they could see where one subject went up to the window and ran across the yard. Officers remained in the area for a while.
Friday, April 17th
Officers received a call from a female with the Hyland Lakes Club reporting damage at the park on the corner of Cty. Rd. C and Hwy. 45. The caller told officers that the door frame had been ripped off of the bathroom. She said that the door had been barricaded and they believed that someone had damaged it trying to get into the bathroom.
Officers received a call from a male on Hillview Road reporting that the night before, around 11:00 PM, his daughter had woken him up after hearing loud noises. The next day he noticed that his house had been egged and they had heard that a house on Hwy. 47 had been sprayed painted with red paint. The caller requested an extra patrol.
Saturday, April 18th
Officers responded to a call from a male reporting finding drug paraphernalia at Pioneer Road and Hwy. 64. Officers picked up the needle and disposed of it.
Officers responded to a call from an area towing company reporting that they had received a call from a female saying that she had crashed on Cty. Rd. H by Five Cent Road and she was pretty far off of the roadway. Officers talked to the female driver who said that she had swerved to miss a deer. She declined EMS assistance.
Sunday, April 19th
Officers responded to a call from a female on Berg Road reporting that she was missing items from her storage shed. The missing items included two ATV trailers, a two person metal bench and some smaller items. She told officers that the last time she had seen the items was about a month ago.
Tuesday, April 21st
Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Hwy. 55 and Cty. Rd. A. A 55 year old male subject from Outagamie County was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the second vehicle was airlifted by helicopter to a hospital in Wausau. Neither vehicle had any passengers.
Officers responded to a 911 call from a male on S. Hudson Street reporting that his vehicle, a 2011 Dodge Caliber, had been stolen sometime after 4:00 PM that day. The vehicle had been parked close to his garage, unlocked, with the keys in it. The male told officers that he was driving a 2016 Jeep Cherokee in pursuit of the stolen vehicle. The caller then told officers that the subjects driving the stolen vehicle stopped in the road, at Hill Road and Cty. Rd. S, and put the vehicle in reverse, striking the Jeep Cherokee. The subjects then took off on foot wearing black masks. Officers looked for subjects on foot. One vehicle was towed.