ANTIGO Police Experiences

Tuesday, June 15th

Officers responded to a report of disorderly perform at an address on Clermont Street. The caller instructed officers that they could hear various persons yelling and they had heard somebody threaten to kill somebody.  The caller told officers that there had been no weapons and no ambulance was essential. A subject sobriety examination was conducted. A male matter was arrested for operating when intoxicated and was transported to Langlade Clinic. The healthcare facility was notified of the uncooperative affected person. Their automobile was towed to the impound.

Wednesday, June 16th

Officers been given a phone from a woman on Fulton Street reporting legal hurt to their home. The caller advised officers that someday the night ahead of, a gentle on a light-weight article was taken and a different light-weight was ruined by the porch in entrance of their dwelling.

Officers responded to a phone from an spot company on Neva Highway reporting a gasoline drive off in the amount of money of $51.62. The vehicle was described as staying silver in color and leaving likely south on Hwy. 45. Officers were unable to locate the motor vehicle. The business enterprise was receiving the camera footage for officers.

Officers were being at the Probation office to execute a warrant try. The matter took off and a foot pursuit ensued. A taser was deployed and the subject was taken into custody.

Thursday, June 17th

A issue arrived to the Security Developing to report that some subjects ended up thieving light in the neighborhood on 9th Avenue. The issue explained to officers that when they experimented with to capture them, they sped off at an excessive pace. The car was explained as a 2 doorway sedan, maybe a Chevy with 4 youths within.

Officers responded to a report of disorderly conduct at an tackle on 1st Avenue. A matter was arrested for possession of methamphetamine and a concealed weapon.

Officers acquired a call from a female on Hudson Street reporting that her 3 foot lighthouse experienced been stolen from her porch. It was blue and white in color.

Officers obtained a simply call from an place company on S. Superior Street advising officers that an unknown woman shoplifter, from an previously online video, was now in the keep. The woman was described as getting blonde hair and putting on a gown. The caller was suggested to get her vehicle information and facts and way of vacation if she really should leave. The feminine matter was cited for retail theft.

Officers responded to a report of an accident at an deal with on Clermont Avenue.

Officers responded to a report of a theft at an deal with on Charlotte Avenue.

Officers been given a call from a male on Hudson Street reporting that the evening before, an individual took a hanging basket, lamp and 5 solar lights from his entrance lawn. He instructed officers that he experienced equipment in the front garden also, but these ended up not touched.

Friday, June 18th

Officers responded to a report of a two car or truck incident on 5th Avenue.

Officers responded to a report of a theft at an space business on Hwy. 64.

Saturday, June 19th

Officers stopped a auto on S. Remarkable Avenue. A discipline sobriety check was conducted. The driver was not intoxicated. They were cited for pace and open intoxicants.

Monday, June 21st

Officers responded to a call from a issue on S. Exceptional Avenue reporting on a male topic that he thought was superior on something. The caller advised officers that the male was hunting for the keys to his truck that he thought the “little people” stole. The male issue was described as sporting a black shirt and blue denims. Officers performed a industry sobriety test. The male subject matter was taken into custody on a Section of Corrections warrant.

Officers responded to a report of disorderly conduct at an address on Memory Lane for a male issue that was yelling in the lobby. The caller assumed he was intoxicated. Officers transported the male subject matter to Langlade Medical center to be medically cleared. They then dropped him off at his residence.

 

 

LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF Division

Wednesday, June 16th

Officers responded to a report of an accident at Hwy. 45 and Cty. Rd. T.

Officers responded to a connect with from a male at an tackle on Mueller Lake Road reporting that about 1 hour prior to his simply call, his and an additional trailer ended up struck by two distinct cars. The trailer experienced insignificant injury.

Thursday, June 17th

Officers responded to a report of a theft at an deal with on Cty. Rd. HH.

Friday, June 18th

Officers responded to a report of an incident at Cty. Rd. T and Area Highway. The feminine driver explained to officers that she went into the ditch although she was trying to achieve in the glove box. The motor vehicle appeared close to tipping above. There were no injuries.

Officers obtained a simply call from a female on Faculty Street reporting that about a thirty day period in the past, 3 lug nuts experienced been taken out from her car and a few other people ended up loose. She instructed officers that she was calling now because her neighbor just explained to her that it occurred to her car or truck as well.

Officers responded to a fire phone at an tackle on Turtle Lake Highway for a motor home on hearth. The caller experienced noticed flames inside and tried out to extinguish it with a fireplace extinguisher, but was unsuccessful.

Saturday, June 19th

Officers responded to a report of an incident on Moccasin Lake Highway. The caller instructed officers that the vehicle was off the roadway and took out about 10 trees. The auto was explained as a Pontiac G6. The driver was offered several citations and felony prices were being filed.

Officers responded to a report of an accident on Park Road. A wheel had come reduce and the vehicle went in the ditch.

Sunday, June 20th

Officers responded to a simply call from a female reporting a theft from her father’s household on Company Lake Highway. She told officers that 3 to 5 guns have been missing. She said that stuff had been knocked over to get to the gun cupboard. She was doubtful if the cupboard had been locked. She told officers that she had talked to her brother who had been at the residence earlier in the day, but he reported that he experienced not entered the household.

Monday, June 21st

Officers responded to a 911 get in touch with at an address on Cty. Rd. T. A matter was taken into custody for 3 exceptional warrants in Marathon County.

Officers responded to a report of a theft at an region company on Cty. Rd. B. A boat trailer experienced been taken from the parking ton, sometime between Friday and Saturday. Officers obtained a description of the trailer and the proprietor experienced a image of it.

Officers responded to a report of a a person motor vehicle rollover accident at Cty. Rd. X and Western Avenue. The feminine driver was in a position to climb out of the motor vehicle on her possess. She was complaining of neck discomfort. The westbound lane of Cty. Rd. X was closed for a although. EMS was on the scene. The auto was towed.

Tuesday, June 22nd

Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person at an address on Hwy. 55. The caller told officers that there was a male subject matter there that appeared to be below the impact. He was slurring his speech and men and women ended up unable to recognize what he was saying. The male was explained as about 5 ft 9 inches tall, medium develop, with brown hair, donning white pants, white footwear and a red pullover. Officers gave the male subject matter an escort to his residence.

Officers obtained a call from a female on Hayes Street reporting that there had been a bear at her residence for the past 6 days and it experienced been ruining goods and perhaps ate some chickens. She instructed officers that she had been sleeping in the rooster coop and was a little afraid. She asked for that the bear be trapped. Officers ended up suggested by the Division of Organic Sources that the USDA can entice nuisance bears. Officers gave the facts to the feminine caller.