Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 12/21/20
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Friday, December 11th
Officers responded to call from a female on Langlade Road reporting that on 12/5/20 or 12/6/20 someone had kicked in her locked barn door. The caller also told officers that someone had been knocking on her door at 1:30 AM. She requested an extra patrol in the area.
Officers received a call from a subject on Langlade Road reporting that some of their Christmas decorations had been vandalized within the last couple of days.
Saturday, December 12th
Officers responded to a report of disorderly conduct at an address on 5th Avenue. The parties were separated.
Sunday, December 13th
Officers received a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting a gas drive off in the amount of $52.76 on 12/9/20. The caller gave officers that name of the subject.
Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 64 reporting that they had a shop lifter in custody.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT
Wednesday, December 9th
Officers responded to a call from an area business on Hwy. 45 reporting a gas drive-off in the amount of $30.98. The vehicle was described as a silver Chrysler van. The caller told officers that they had video footage of the incident.
Thursday, December 10th
Officers responded to a call from an area business reporting a shoplifter leaving the parking lot. The vehicle was described as a white, four door car that left going east on Hwy. 64. The caller said the vehicle at 2-3 occupants and one female subject wearing a white jacket. Officers stopped the vehicle at Cty. Rd. S and Marl Road. Officers received consent to search the vehicle and the stolen items were recovered. A subject was taken into custody and a subject was referred for obstructing.
Monday, December 14th
Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at Forrest Road and Parkway Road. There were no injuries. Property damage only.
Tuesday, December 15th
Officers responded to a call from a male on Hwy. 55 reporting that he had been gone from his home for about an hour and the doors had been locked. He told officers that while he was gone the latch and the door had been pried open. He did not think that anything was missing.