Antigo Police & Langlade County Sheriff Reports for 4/16/18
ANTIGO POLICE REPORTS
Monday, April 2nd
4:47 PAM Officers responded to a report of the smell of marijuana coming from an apartment at an address on Nantasket Street. A male subject was cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
6:04 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she backed into a parked vehicle in the parking lot of an area business on Hwy. 64
Tuesday, April 3rd
9:03 PM Officers were out with a vehicle that appeared to have struck a pole at 4th Avenue and Superior Street. It was determined that the vehicle did not strike the pole. It had just slid into a snowbank. There was no damage. The male driver of the vehicle was cited for operating without a license.
Wednesday, April 4th
7:54 AM Officers responded to a report of a three vehicle accident at 5th Avenue and Deliglise Street. Vehicle 1 was traveling eastbound on 5th Avenue. Vehicle 2 was almost to a stop and Vehicle 3 was stopped for a school crossing guard at 5th Avenue and Deliglise Street. The roads were snow covered and slippery. Vehicle 1 was traveling too fast and when the driver attempted to stop, he slid into Vehicle 2 and caused Vehicle 2 to hit Vehicle 3. Property damage only. The male driver of Vehicle 1 was cited for driving too fast for conditions.
12:20 PM Officers responded to a 911 call from a male reporting that his wife had called him from their son’s home on Clermont Street stating that the accelerator had gotten stuck on her vehicle and it caused her to drive through the garage and she was now stuck in the vehicle, trapped by debris. When officers arrived, they removed the debris and got the female driver out of her vehicle. She was shaken up, but not injured. The garage door and a few items in the garage were damaged, but there was no structural damage. The vehicle only had some small scratches and front bumper damage.
1:23 PM Officers responded to a report of a two vehicle accident at 10th Avenue and Sunset Drive. Vehicle 1 was backing from a driveway on 10th Avenue, westbound. The female driver of Vehicle 1 told officers that she did not see the northbound Vehicle 2 as she was backing. Then she tried to stop, but slid on the slippery road. Vehicle 2 struck Vehicle 1 in the passenger side rear wheel and fender/door area, causing minor damage. Vehicle 2 sustained damage to the front driver’s side bumper, front driver’s side fender and driver’s front door. There were no injuries.
4:44 PM Officers were out at a two vehicle accident at a residence on 5th Avenue. The male driver of one of the vehicles was cited for operating while suspended.
7:02 PM Officers responded to a report of a black duffel bag on 5th Avenue, near the intersection with Deliglise Street. Officers discovered that the bag contained various drug paraphernalia. The items were placed into evidence.
Thursday, April 5th
12:11 PM Officers received a call from West Elementary School reporting that while walking to westbound on 7th Avenue to school that morning, two students were approached by a silver pickup truck with a male driver, approximately 45 years old wearing a red shirt, that asked them if they wanted a ride to school. The caller requested an extra patrol, before and after school.
Friday, April 6th
12:23 PM Officers responded to a call from North Elementary School requesting an officer for an unruly 9 year old male student. Officers were told that the student had been out of control for days. The male student was suspended and sent home with his grandmother.
7:45 PM Officers were involved in a police chase, westbound on Hwy. 64 then southbound on Meadow Road in pursuit of a stolen silver Dodge Ram truck from Kenosha. The chase came to an end when the pickup ended up in the ditch on Meadow Road. One male subject was arrested for fleeing an officer, operating after revocation and an outstanding warrant. A second male subject was arrested for obstructing, drug charges, a probation hold, a Department of Corrections warrant and a Shawano County warrant. Officers contacted the male owner of the truck in Kenosha. They updated him on the situation and let him know that the vehicle was in their possession. The male told officers that he had not given anyone permission to use or take his vehicle.
9:28 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting a strange acting male at an area business on 5th Avenue. The female told officers that the male subject had been talking to himself, looking around suspiciously, had walked around her van and then walked northbound on Edison Street. The male subject was described as wearing blue jeans and a grey hoodie. Three male subjects and one female subject were all taken into custody on drug related charges.
Saturday, April 7th
1:22 AM Officers were out with a female subject at Langlade Hospital. The female was arrested on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant.
11:27 AM Officers responded to a teletype sent from the Department of Corrections requesting officers to pick up a female subject on a Department of Corrections warrant at a residence on S. Virginia Street. The female subject was transported to jail.
8:12 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at Superior Street and 7th Avenue. The female driver was arrested on a Department of Corrections warrant, operating after revocation (operating while intoxicated related), possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and bail jumping. She was also given a written warning for failure to obey a traffic signal. A male passenger was also cited for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
10:34 PM Officers stopped a vehicle at an area business on Hwy. 64. The male driver was cited for a loud exhaust, possession of tobacco, underage possession and consumption of alcohol and violation of absolute sobriety. He was referred for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also verbally warned for violation of a city ordinance for disturbing the peace with a motor vehicle.
Sunday, April 8th
11:06 AM A female came to the Safety Building to report that some items were stolen from her apartment on 5th Avenue after she had been arrested on 3/9/18. She told officers that the lock to her apartment had been damaged and she could no longer lock her apartment. The female made a list of the missing items. Some of the items included a 56” Samsung tv, a 19” tv, Xbox 360, some Jansport backpacks, some contacts, clothes and various other items. The female also told officers that whoever broke in, went through everything and trashed her apartment. The female subject did not know who had done it, but gave officers the names of some individuals who may have some information. Officers were investigating.
8:17 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting a male drunk driver that left an area business on Prosser Place with a young child in the back seat. The male driver was arrested for operating while intoxicated, 3rd offense.
10:27 PM Officers were out with a vehicle on 6th Avenue. One male subject was arrested for obstructing after giving officers a false name, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was also cited for operating without a license and making an improper right turn. Two other male subjects were cited for open intoxicants.
Monday, April 9th
1:32 PM Officers responded to a call from the principal of North Elementary School reporting that a staff member had been bitten by a male student and was currently at the emergency room being treated. The male student was referred for disorderly conduct.
LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF REPORTS
Wednesday, April 4th
6:33 PM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that a male subject was out walking on Hwy. 45, trying to get to a bar for more alcohol. She told officers that she had just picked him up from the hospital. The male was described as wearing a black leather jacket and blue jeans and had gray hair. Officers arrested the male subject for bail jumping. He admitted to officers that he had been consuming alcohol.
Friday, April 6th
7:20 AM Officers responded to a call from a female reporting that she went into the ditch at Hwy. 47 and Pond Road. She had minor damage to the bumper of her vehicle. The vehicle was towed out of the ditch. A state report was completed.
11:23 AM Officers responded to a call from the Forest County Sheriff’s Office reporting that they had a male subject in custody in Laona that was on a nationwide warrant for failure to appear for possession of methamphetamine and a statewide warrant for failure to appear for possession of drug paraphernalia. Officers met Forest County officers, at Hwy. 55 and Cty. DD, to transfer the male subject. He was transported to Corrections.
12:05 PM Officers responded to a call from a male reporting that he was involved in a two car accident at Cty. Rd. A and Cty. Rd. V. There were no injuries and no wrecker was needed.
3:55 PM Officers arrested a male subject at a residence on Smokey Road on a Langlade County Sheriff’s Office warrant for failure to pay a fine for resisting/obstructing an officer. The male subject was transported to Corrections.
Saturday, April 7th
12:16 AM Officers responded to a 911 call from a female reporting a one vehicle accident at Cty. A and Cty. Rd. O. The vehicle had left the roadway and there was a tree on the vehicle. Rural Fire Control was paged, but the male driver denied needing emergency medical service, so Fire Control was told to disregard. Photos were taken. The vehicle was towed. A state report was completed.
7:11 AM Officers responded to a call from a male party yelling to get the cops to an area business on Hwy. 45 because they had a shoplifter. The caller told officers that they had the male subject held in the parking lot and had his keys. When advised by officers that they could not force the subject to stay, the caller hung up. The male subject was arrested for retail theft.
9:12 PM Officers responded to a 911 call from a female reporting that she was searching for her children who had called her saying that they had crashed and were injured. The female told officers that she thought that they were on or near Rollwood Road. Officers then received a second call reporting that a vehicle was rolled over and a bicycle was in the road on Mapleview Road, near Hillside Road. The Antigo Fire Department was paged. The male driver was cited for operating without a license and was referred for causing great bodily harm.
Sunday, April 8th
6:06 AM Officers responded to a call from a female, on Cty. Rd. W, reporting a vehicle in the ditch across from her residence. The caller told officers that when her husband went to check on the driver’s welfare, he would not roll down the window or talk to him. When officers arrived, they noticed a billy club in the vehicle and it was taken into evidence on a carrying a concealed weapon charge. The male subject was arrested on a felony Department of Corrections warrant, operating after revocation (operating while intoxicated related), carrying a concealed weapon and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was transported to Corrections. While getting dressed in jail clothing, a meth pipe fell out of the male subject’s underwear. It was logged into evidence.
Tuesday, April 10th
1:39 PM A male subject from White Lake came to the Safety Building to report that his bank account was hacked and he was out $600. Officers found out that the male had fallen victim to a scam. He had purchased $600 worth of Google gift cards and gave the numbers to a “rep” from a “software company.” The male had purchased software from a company that didn’t exist, which compromised his computer. Officers advised the male subject to also check the status of his credit cards. He told officers that he was going to take his computer in to get repaired.
5:09 PM Officers received a call from a male reporting that he had just purchased a house on Lake Street in White Lake and while he was cleaning it, he found a whole bunch of syringes and needles. He told officers that he would drop off the items at the Safety Building for disposal.