ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, April 18th
1:46 AM Officers assisted Shawano County in locating a vehicle and arrested two subjects involved in an incident in Shawano County.
1:12 PM Officers responded to a call from an area business on 5th Avenue reporting a male subject causing a disturbance. Officers told the male subject that if he comes back again and causes problems, or causes problems during a scheduled appointment, he would be arrested.
4:23 PM A male subject stopped at the Safety Building to report that he had two iPhones stolen and he had just found one at an area business on Clermont Street. Officers are investigating.
8:14 PM Officers responded to a burglar alarm at an area business on 6th Avenue. The key holder was contacted. An employee was working late.
10:37 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Field Street and 6th Avenue. The driver was issued a citation for display of power.
Tuesday, April 19th
12:56 AM Officers found an open door on the west side of an establishment on Western Avenue. The security company called in motion alarm after officers were checking the building. The building was secured.
4:10 PM A male subject stopped at the Safety Building to report that he had an item on Craig’s List for sale and he received a fraudulent check for it.
Wednesday, April 20th
2:33 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Superior Street and 3rd Avenue. The driver was arrested for bail jumping, operating after revocation and operating while intoxicated, 2nd offense.
7:45 AM Officers received a report of a syringe found on the north side of a house in the 900 block of Lincoln Street.
1:30 PM Officers responded to a minor accident in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64. The driver struck a yellow sign in the lot. A voluntary accident report was filed.
2:05 PM Officers responded to a report that a female subject left her children in a vehicle in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64, while the female subject ran into the store. The female was gone for eleven minutes. Officers spoke with the female subject. She ran in to get photos, had to wait in line, and it took longer than she thought it would. A copy of the report was sent to the Department of Social Services.
5:20 PM Officers received a report from a female subject who stopped for children in the crosswalk at 7th Avenue and Superior Street and she was almost rear-ended by another vehicle. The lights were flashing in the crosswalk. The caller was concerned that other vehicles were not stopping to let the kids go through. Every Tuesday, children from Antigo Middle School go to All Saints. The female caller felt that there should be someone crossing the kids.
Thursday, April 21st
12:24 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Langlade Road and Elmo Street. Driver was issued a citation for failure to stop at a stop sign.
8:00 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Deleglise Street and 5th Avenue. Driver was issued a citation for violation of child safety seat.
12:19 PM Officers responded to a report of a syringe in the yard of an area business on 6th Avenue. The syringe had fluid in it. It will be tested.
2:02 PM Officers received a report of a late model blue Corvette and a late model white Camaro racing northbound on Wilson Street to Freiburger Avenue. The caller said that it happens all of the time. Officers were advised.
4:31 PM Officers responded to a call from City Hall on Edson Street requesting that an officer come to their office because they found a bag of marijuana in the parking lot. Officers collected the bag.
4:33 PM Officers responded to a call from an area establishment on Clermont Street reporting a possible fight in front of their building. There were a group of teenage subjects in front and in back of the building. No weapons were reported. Officers warned the juveniles and advised them to leave the area.
5:58 PM Officers received a call from a female subject reporting that she hit a pole in the parking lot of an establishment on 10th Avenue. A state report was filed.
6:48 PM Officers responded to a phone call from a male reporting that a man stole a battery charger from his garage some time that day. He had it on video. The video footage was viewed and the male subject was identified. Officers tracked down the male subject. He admitted to taking the charger. Officers retrieved the charger. The owner did not want the male subject charged.
Friday, April 22nd
8:11 AM Officers stopped a vehicle on Superior Street and 10th Avenue. The driver was warned for speed and issued a citation for operating while suspended.
3:15 PM Officers received a call from a female reporting that almost every day at 3:00 PM, a newer purplish colored Chevy speeds from 10th Avenue to the stop sign at 8th Avenue. The caller’s granddaughter crosses Clermont Street and she was worried that the granddaughter could be struck. Officers were informed.
5:36 PM Officers received a call from an establishment on Clermont Street reporting teens smoking out front. Officers cited two teens for loitering. One teen was cited for possession of tobacco and another teen was warned about loitering.
7:49 PM Officers received a complaint from a male subject at the Safety Building that his truck was egged while parked on the street at 7th Avenue and Elm Street. Officers are investigating.
Saturday, April 23rd
2:12 AM Officers received a call from a female reporting that two men, dressed in black with black masks were acting weird in a neighbor’s yard. They had flashlights. Officers received another call from a female on 8th Avenue. She was told by a neighbor that she had called the police department to report suspicious subjects in the neighborhood. This second caller then noticed damage to her metal fence, two posts were knocked over, and there was damage to her neighbor’s fence to the east.
2:39 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at Superior Street and 1st Avenue. The driver was issued a citation for speed.
5:52 AM Officers found an open door at an area business on Neva Road. The exterior door on the south side was open, the interior door was secure.
9:43 AM Representatives from an area church came to the Safety Building to report fraudulent transactions from their bank account.
12:22 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Forrest Avenue and Mary Street. The driver was issued a citation for speed.
2:47 PM A female subject came to the Safety Building to report that her vehicle was rear-ended by another vehicle while in the parking lot of an area business on Neva Road. She and the other driver exchanged information and when she contacted her insurance company, they informed her that she would need an accident report. A voluntary report was filed.
10:59 PM Officers were checking out Antigo High School, shortly thereafter they called in shots fired and subject was detained. Ambulance needed. Male shooter was transported and pronounced dead at hospital. Male shooting victim was transported by ambulance to hospital with a gunshot wound in the lower leg. Female shooting victim was transported by ambulance to hospital with a gunshot wound to the upper thigh. She was treated and released.
Sunday, April 24th
3:57 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she just got home and found the window of her front door was broken and the door was open. It was unknown if anything was missing. Officers searched the home. All was clear.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, April 20th
5:48 PM Officers responded to a call from a female on Church Road reporting that a female walked in to the church, sat down in a pew and was talking to herself. The caller and another female asked the lady if she needed anything. The female subject said that she was originally from Philidelphia, but was staying at a homeless shelter in Green Bay. She said that the people there didn’t help her get a job, so she moved on. The subject then left the church, walking in an unknown direction. The subject was described as middle-aged, with light brown hair, wearing a big coat. Officers took the female subject to Aspirus Langlade hospital. She was later put on a 72 hour hold and transferred to Wausau.
Thursday, April 21st
10:47 AM Officers responded to a call from a male subject who owns property on Hillview Road. The male subject’s brother-in-law has been taking care of the property. In the beginning of March, the male’s brother-in-law had been talking to a logger about possibly cutting some trees on the property. The brother-in-law was to contact him with specifics. The owner recently received some photos from a neighbor showing that trees had been cut on his property. The owner never gave permission for the cutting. Officers stopped at the residence. The house had interior doors open and there was a Toyota Prius in the driveway. When the brother-in-law stopped at the property later, the vehicle was gone.
8:55 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that a kayaker went out fishing on Sawyer Lake at 4:00 PM and had not returned after the storm. His vehicle was still at the boat landing. Officers then received a call from another female reporting that her husband went fishing and had not returned. He had a hand held radio. She tried to contact him from the boat landing, but he did not respond. She was concerned. Officers paged out Wolf River for a watercraft out on the lake. The subject was located on an island on Sawyer Lake. The male subject had been in the water for a short period of time. He was very cold and sore when located. He was transported by ambulance to Langlade Hospital.
Friday, April 22nd
9:58 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at State Rd. 55 and Chip N Dale Drive. The female driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 8th offense, operating while suspended, 1st offense, possession of marijuana and a probation hold.
Saturday, April 23rd
2:40 AM Officers stopped a vehicle at State Rd. 55 and County Road V. The female driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 2nd offense.
4:24 PM Officers responded to a call from a male subject reporting a hit and run near an area business on State Road 45. A female driver crossed the centerline and hit his vehicle. The vehicle had damage on the driver’s side. Officers were given a description of the female driver who was driving a red F250 super duty truck with a lot of chrome. Officers sent a teletype to the Shawano Sheriff’s department about the female driver.
Tuesday, April 26th
3:09 PM Officers responded to a call from a female subject reporting a scam phone call from Pennsylvania. They stated that she had written a bad check years ago and she owed money. If she didn’t pay local authorities, they would pick her up on a warrant. The female figured out that it was a scam, but she became upset when the caller read the last four digits of her social security number. The female subject talked with the District Attorney and he told her to file a report. Officers tried the phone number. It had been disconnected and no longer in service.